Tony was nice enough to come by, and I was so excited to see him, I ran over to him and gave him a hug, which was shocking to you. I think the moment that brought us all together was when the check came, and our boss, Rob, paid and I think it just bonded us all together. Jerry: You know, Chris has helped me on a flight with my daughters. These aren't sexual innuendos, but you're all looking at me like it could be. One of my daughters has only worn pants and only wants to dress like a cowboy, but this morning she asked to wear a dress to school. We were also in acting school, and she's a terrific actor, and I was attracted to that.
Chris: We had a read through and then we went out to dinner. Sometimes they give me a little attitude or don't laugh hard enough at something funny or don't take an acting note that I give them, so I'm tempted to just leave my three Emmys in their trailers the next morning, and they'll just see it... Jerry: Joking aside, I would trust any of these guys with my children. I would be honored if he would impart some wisdom on my girls. I got more out of my wife than my wife got out of me. I was attracted to her at first; she's beautiful.
Rebecca: I knew he was into me because he would follow me around.
We were friends first, and then we were rehearsing a scene one day and started kissing and there was no kissing in the blocking of the scene.
The tapes that Princess Caroline of Kennedy released to the public (against her mother’s wishes) feature Jackie at one pointing talking about hating Marilyn and complaining about her calling all the time and taunting her — which is something I have no trouble picturing Marilyn doing (like how Kathleen Turner in would prank call her neighbors and use vile language to raise their blood pressure).
Some day, twenty years or so form now, you’re going to just accept as similar fact that actor Kal Penn and President Obama had a romantic relationship that began on the 2008 campaign trail and continued when Obama asked Penn to move to Washington so they could be close to one another and the two could have sex more frequently.
started to be more of a tabloid show after Mary Hart and John Tesh were no longer the main hosts; all of these shows back then titillated their audiences with stories at least once a month about the sexual affair “rumored” to have been conducted between President Kennedy and actress Marilyn Monroe.
I recall seeing a book called “Candle in the Wind” in a Waldenbooks in the mall when I was in 7th or 8th grade that was an alternate history novel where Marilyn survived the Kennedy Family’s attempt on her life and went on to expose JFK, his father and his brother and all the rest, for the thugs they were.
usually when i go watch asian american stuff (i am asian american), i cringe at the following: preachiness, bad acting, east meets west simplified, the eternal culture struggle played out in a cheeseball way, overbearing asian parents and their kids who want to be poor artists, and references to food.
yes, and this film had tiny pinches of all of these, but didn't leave me upset or cringing.
See full summary » Taj Mahal Badalandabad leaves Coolidge College behind for the halls of Camford University in England, where he looks to continue his education, and teach an uptight student how to make the most out of her academic career. Rick can't deal with lesbians and wonders why he can't be an English major. And Tonisha wonders why she is fighting her life to stay in school in the first place.