If you insist on knowing the complicated interpersonal dynamics that resulted in the answering machine death threat left by amusingly uncensored rageoholic Stephen Dorff, here they are: He is quite cross that Steve-O, a person who obtained his fame through a cable television program, stole his model girlfriend, an utterly unacceptable, caste-defying affront to the manhood of a self-professed movie star. (The offense is surely compounded by the fact that the woman chose a performer from the crude, genital-bludgeoning arts over someone who practices his craft at its most rarefied levels.) It's not hard to imagine that Dorff brings the same kind of passion to his professional endeavors, clogging his agent's voicemail box with nearly identical death threats following disappointing lunch meetings with producers obviously not interested in employing him.