This joke is going to get old very fast, but kudos to the adult film studio Pink Visual for being among the first to think of it.

Pink Visual is offering a $10 credit to several of its adult sites for Tucson area customers who had their porn movie interrupted by the Super Bowl.

"Having seen the clip which interrupted the Superbowl uncensored and uncut, I can imagine that many fans were left wanting to see a lot more of Evan Stone," said Kim Kysar, brand and product manager for Pink Visual. "Perhaps they even wished they had access to a private, mobile adult site where they could get a bit of 'alone time' to get fired up after the game, and to release the frustration they felt after watching Arizona lose in the game's final seconds."

Meanwhile, Comcast is still on the hunt for the real hackers, who the cable company says are almost certainly responsible for interrupting the Super Bowl with a short porn clip. Kelle Maslyn, Comcast's corporate affairs manager in Tucson, called the incident an "isolated malicious act" and said leads will be pursued "until we come to a resolution."

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What lucky Comcast employees were assigned to this case? I can guess the identity of at least one.

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UPDATE: We've heard from the female star of our Super Bowl porn flick, and now here's what the guy, Evan Stone, has to say about the whole thing. (Link from Fleshbot, NSFW).

Evan Stone was on an episode of South Park? Ha. (NSFW).

Comcast Still Doesn't Know Who Put Porn In Super Bowl [Tucson Citizen]
Pink Visual Offers Compensation For 'Super Bowl Porn Mishap' [MSNBC]