Some would argue that celebrities are people. I say, if corporations can be people, why not the Hollywood elite.
It’s just that sometimes, when they are themselves, their real selves aren’t all that alluring…
Sometimes, their down right creepy. Take a gander and tell me what you think?
There’s some movement in the Detroit area called 2WordStory. Here’s the homepage from their website:
Basically, it’s a church thing. The one-word question is before you find The Big Guy or Gal
or Aliens Upstairs, and the second word is the answer after you find Him or Her or Them.
I’d prefer to use it in other ways, such as in, oh let’s just say, blog commentary:
Let’s get right into business, since this is
- Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer’s Shared History
Two and a Half Men wasn’t Sheen and Cryer’s first shindig together. That would have been 1991’s Hot Shots!
Everyone's thinking - "You were in that movie?"
- Charlie Sheen and Angus T. Jones’ Shared History
Sheen and young co-star Jones each appeared in two different movies with the same title. Can you guess? No peeking below–too late.
The answer is... "The Rookie"
- Charlie Sheen and Michael J. Fox’s Shared History
Everybody already knows that Sheen replaced Fox on ABC’s Spin City. But did you know that Fox had it in his contract that should he leave the show, he’d still get paid? And did you know that Sheen had this same “Michael J. Fox Clause” in his own contract? You did? Okay. Then did you realize that Sheen’s character in the Wall Street films was named Bud Fox? Is that enough of a Coinkydink or Coinkydonk for ya?
He should have said he has "fox blood" instead...
Everybody imagines at one time or another about how life would be like if they were famous. Some people fantasize about the money and recognition. I, on the other hand, wonder which celebrities might be real. And by real, I mean accessible, or down to Earth.
We were discussing a few names, and these were the guys rated seemingly friendliest:
Bill Murray - Jimmy Fallon - Justin Timberlake - George Clooney - David Arquette
Other names mentioned: Ashton Kutcher and David Spade. But would you want to be around them? David Arquette is barely making the list. In fact, I’m second-guessing editing him into that picture.
But after all this, you might be wondering:
Why aren’t there any female celebrities?
I guess my answer is… are there any?
Oh, and in closing, the celebrity that seems most down to Earth is this guy:
Jesus also associated with women of ill repute.
I was catching up on the new episode of Archer on FX when a preview for this show appeared:
Is is going to be great? Who cares! It’s different at the very least (albeit a remake of an Australian show).
And as for that rediscovery – remember the old Cybill Shepherd show, Cybill? Probably not because I barely did. Alicia Witt played Zoe on that show, and I forgot about her until she played Miss Pasternak on Two and a Half Men.
Alicia Witt... how could I ever forget you...
Sure, she’s been in plenty of things I haven’t seen since then (including the Two and a Half Men rerun from two and a half years ago), but I did find out that producer Chuck Lorre created both shows, so it’s nice that he’s still looking out for her.
- Alicia Witt on Two and a Half Men