Because the best examples to live by are those set by Mike Tyson, Mel Gibson will attempt to re-ingratiate himself with the American public post-being insane by appearing in The Hangover 2. Page Six claims the actor, who apparently made a recovery after nearly drowning in pure rage, has signed to film a cameo playing a Bangkok tattoo artist in the Todd Phillips-directed sequel, so that when we see him giving Ed Helms a ridiculous tattoo, we'll think, "Hey, it turns out Mel Gibson is still capable of being funny and charismatic despite all the evidence pointing towards him being a terrible, hateful, racist human! All that stuff about blowjobs and arson and ethnic slurs is forgotten!" And then Tom Cruise will show up in a bald cap and fat suit and the world will erupt in applause, and a judge will tear up the warrant for Roman Polanski's arrest and toss the pieces in the air, and as they rain down over our smiling faces, he'll decree, "Let us never hold a celebrity accountable for their despicable actions ever again!" Or at least they'll put the Gibson bit in the trailer.