In 1994, Kevin Smith debuted his low-budget filmClerks at the Sundance Film Festival. It became an instant cult classic and made Smith the top dog of the indie film world. Next he was an executive producer of the smash hit Good Will Hunting and quickly earned the title 'King of Gen X Cinema' from Time magazine. He appeared on Charlie Rose, Politically Incorrect, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and currently holds a regular spot on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno hosting a segment entitled 'Roadside Attractions.' Fans of his films will instantly recognize Smith as Silent Bob-the character with no lines. And last year Smith began writing a hilarious monthly column covering popular culture for Arena magazine. In this side-splitting rant-fest, Kevin Smith waxes rhapsodic and obnoxious on everything from his platonic infatuation with Ben Affleck to his bloodcurdling hatred of Britney Spears, from his shocking diagnosis with morbid obesity to the fatal flaws of SpiderMan-all done in his inimitable, raunchy style.