Posted by Mary on May 01, 1998 at 10:07:42:
In Reply to: Re: ...And The Horse He Rode In On posted by Marcia on May 01, 1998 at 09:21:44:
: Mary wrote:
: : Thanks for the "Seinfeld" info, Ms. Marcia. A couple of years
: : ago "Mad About You" did a segment in which the husband,
: : pretending he had to describe himself to a blind date, told
: : her he looked "like Daniel Day-Lewis in Last of the Mohicans."
: : Ha! As if!
: I saw this one, too! It was a great moment. Especially the look on Helen Hunt's face, when she leans out around the phone booth & informs him that she (as the "blind date") will be SEEING him shortly! I love Paul Reiser, but Daniel Day-Lewis he ain't! hehe
: Mary also wrote:
: : As far as the horsie goes, Jo, I regret to inform you that I'm
: : convinced it was served up at the Cameron's breakfast
: : banquet the next morning in the form of croquettes a cheval
: : avec grits. I must confess I'm usually too busy freeze framing
: : various parts of the lacrosse game to worry about it, but if
: : you look closely I think you'll catch Uncle Wiscone taking
: : at least two helpings.
: Uncle Wiscone has it right...anything served up with grits is DELICIOUS and worth second helpings! As a natural born Southern gal, I know this to be true, in spite of what my Yankee husband says!
: As for freeze framing the lacrosse game, shame, shame, shame!
: ...Don't you know it's even more fun just to SLO-O-O-O-W it way down? It's just as...ummm...er...*revealing*...but everyone still looks ALIVE! Great recreational fantasy therapy for us GGGG's at the Home, ya know. And we need all the help we can get!
Yes, but freeze framing has the virtue of lending itself to that
real up close and personal gluteal examination. I can't go
on. Thinking about grits drenched in red-eye gravy and
Mr. Day-Lewis' butt has made me feel quite faint.
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