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The reciprocal makes more sense.
If her acting was as good on stage as it was upon hearing she won, she certainly deserved the Tony.As to seeing how slowly her movie star huband moved to stand-up, I'm thinking she means sleep in the literal sense.
Bravo! Bravo! Wales performers are naturally talented, it seems.
I think that's kind of cute. Marriages would be better off if more women were being so crass about their affections for their husbands. (Mine's not a movie star, but I'm still thrilled to death to get to sleep w/ him every night!)- Lyssa
She obviously did not have a speech prepared. And it make it better.
Much better than Sandra Bullock talking about kissing Meryl Streep.
Shows she aint nuttin' but a rich 'ho.A person with even a low IQ wouldnt say something as crass
She probably gets to see him nod off during the day, too, but it's not a shared pleasure.
She's beautiful and can do no wrong in my eyes. My brother-in-law is working on the audio production with her and says she's great.
I think my head would be spinning if I won a Tony Award, and that would make it hard to monitor what came out of my mouth.
What is it about Michael Douglas that makes my skin crawl? I used to love him when he was in Streets of San Francisco. But now? Maybe his screen characters stick too much too him--Wall Street, Fatal Attraction...I'm glad to hear (through Roux's very long grapevine) that Zeta-Jones is a nice person.
That line is an old one. The folks who I watched this with were disappointed she won. They had seen a few of the shows and thought there were far more talented performers than Zeta Jones.
i remember someone once asked Douglas about criticism about him having a younger wife. he got a gleem in his eye and said, something like, "they just say that because I have her and they don't."Its wrong on many levels, but it still makes me laugh.
I don't think that what she said was so bad.WV: reationa - someone who makes a big fuss about something someone says that wasn't so bad.
Oh, man, she was totally channeling an honorary (i.e. not actually blood related, but rather someone close to the family) auntie of mine with her mannerisms on stage. That had me literally chuckling in my chair just now.As an aside: Does Bebe Neuwirth not age or what?? She still looks the same as when she was on Cheers.
We've all said things as dumb, if not dumber; nice to see she has sense enough to know it.I was totally smitten with her when she did 'Zorro'. Mike, OTOH, is really starting to look like Dad.And, yes, Bebe Neuwirth does look great.lyssalovelyredhead said... I think that's kind of cute. Marriages would be better off if more women were being so crass about their affections for their husbands. (Mine's not a movie star, but I'm still thrilled to death to get to sleep w/ him every night!)You're a good woman.prairie wind said... What is it about Michael Douglas that makes my skin crawl? I used to love him when he was in Streets of San Francisco. But now? Maybe his screen characters stick too much too him--Wall Street, Fatal Attraction...Maybe the idea that he turned out to be just another Hollyweird roue and probably ought to be with someone a little closer to his own age.WV "haircum" (I wouldn't dare...)
Catherine, You can do better than an old fart like him. Raise the bar and call me.
I don't find that to be crass. But boy has she gotten chunky.
It's sweet and cute. Good for her.
Chunky?I would not mind a chunk of that.Beautiful and normal--a fetching combination.
Speaking of Sandra Bullock; count down to Michael Douglas mistress(es) revelation in 3...2...1...
She's talking about her husband. No big deal. Remember the fun libs poked at Bush for the video of him patting Laura's ass? At least we had a President patting his own wife's ass. They're married.Hearing Zeta-Jones talking about sleeping with her husband is better than watching all those actors crawl into bed with Castro.
And all you have is Meade, Professor.(I'll bet you think you have the better of the deal, and could be you're right.)
Chunky? That dress makes her look as big as a whale. Of course, as traditionalguy said, whale performers are naturally talented.
Didn't Althouse once say that Michael Douglas' face reminded her of a scrotum? That seems a bit crass, compared to Zeta-Jones' comment.
I feel pretty...ohhhh so pretty.
To paraphrase Twain, "Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a beauty than to open it and remove all doubt".
I didn't find that particularly crass. I thought it was a funny, endearing and somewhat self-deprecating way of recognizing her husband in what would otherwise be a boring and repetitive list of names.
I don't think Cathy Jones has chunked-up, it is the screen aspect. One way I can tell is that the CBS "eye" should be round, not oval.
Gosh, this was sweet!Younger women with talent who actually, honestly like Old, established b@stard-types aren't always into their partners just for the career. Sometimes they fall in love with a soul-second. (This couple has had some problems, too, if I remember correctly.)
Ah! What I heard was the pillow talk over the last few weeks, months, whatever. He is worried his career is waning; she needs to buff up his ego.
Why would anybody even watch this crap, let alone reprise it on the Internet?
It was sweet?"Chunky" looks pretty good on her, if you call that "chunky". Her face is a bit too plastic-surgeried though.
Crass? Please. That's well within the bounds of what's acceptable, and I think it's delightful. My wife says things like that about me from time to time, though I am no movie star. If I were Douglas I'd be tickled as hell.
I would rather have seen Barbara Cook win.I never tire of hearing her sing Ice Cream. It's a Dairy State thing.
So he's a movie star, so what? Does the fact that that wrinkly, saggy old man is a movie star make him sexually desirable?Hey, I had a little fling with Kathy Bates and you don't see me bragging about it everywhere I go.
Ah--she's from Wales. That explains everything. Her quip is truly from her heart--Mum, Dad, and Hubby (who's a movie star ...). It's pretty straight from the heart. Thanks.
I'd guess that a little fling with Kathy Bates would be way more fun than a little fling with, oh, say, Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Anniston.
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