This is actually too good of a story that I've been meaning to post for quite sometime, and I actually had a very disturbing picture of Andy Dick (who I'll admit, I often find funny) to put up along with this, but I went the classy route and put one up as Phil Hartman (who, ironically enough, I loved for his Troy McClure and other other Simpsons voices but didn't find to be ALL that funny on SNL). In fact, I'm more impressed the man did the album cover for Steely Dan's "Aja" album.
But here's the whole story behind the whole Jon Lovitz beating up Andy Dick incident. And it's a doozy, from Andy coming up to Lovitz and saying, “I put the Phil Hartman hex on you. You’re the next to die.” But evidently it ran deeper than that. The falling out between the two former friends allegedly took place because Lovitz accused none other than Andy Dick himself of being the person who convinced Phil Hartman’s wife to jump off the wagon and return to the wonderful, wacky world of psychotic behavior helped along by illegal substance abuse.
Frankly, I'm surprised that Jon Lovitz and Andy Dick aren't in a lot more fights. But Lovitz thought he was doing society a favor by going postal on Andy.