This may fall into the category of doing anything for attention. And former Governor Rod Blagojevich does it well.
Unsatisfied with the portrayal of his hair brush in the Second City show "Rod Blagojevich Superstar," Blago reportedly sent his own version to the comedy theater last week.
Along with the brush, a handwritten note.
"This is the right size. Big not small. Good luck with the show, as fictional as it is," Blago wrote.
Last month, the man charged with selling President Barack Obama's senate seat to the highest bidder actually dropped in on the satirical show based on his recent political life.
"I thought it was all bull----," he told the crowd after seeing the show.
Perhaps the brush is part of Blago's effort to try to rectify that.