no longer writes for Glenn Beck’s magazine. Eric prefers to be the engineer on his OWN crazy train, thank you.
Archive for April 28th, 2009
My plan to kill the Golden Girls is coming to fruition. Is he serious? You betty is, White! And you’ll rue the day, McClanahan!
Solved the Internet situation at the hotel. By which I mean I gave up and have moved into Starbucks. Checkout’s at noon!
While walking through Union Square in New York on Saturday, I passed a man handing out fliers for a preview screening of the upcoming Sandra Bullock/Ryan Reynolds romantic comedy “The Proposal.” Here is what the flier says, with italics, bold, and underlining reproduced accordingly.
SPECIAL ADVANCE SCREENING
THE PROPOSAL is an all-new fun-filled comedy starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.
Margaret, a powerful female executive (played by Bullock), oversees a glamorous New York City publishing firm — while Andrew, her under-appreciated, stressed-out male assistant (played by Reynolds) dreams of getting promoted. But the tables get quickly turned when Margaret stunningly learns that she faces deportation back to her native Canada. Faced with no other way to stay in the country, Margaret is forced to marry her assistant Andrew! Now with the upper-hand, Andrew goes along with the sham marriage and takes Margaret to rugged Alaska to meet his quirky family. But as the mismatched couple bicker up North — they just might be able to find love where they least expected it.
Featuring hilarious comedy and charming romance, THE PROPOSAL also stars Craig T. Nelson, Mary Steenburgen, Malin Akerman, Betty White, and is from Anne Fletcher, the director of 27 Dresses and Step Up.
This invitation will admit you and one guest.
Both you and your guest must be ages 16 to 54. There will be no admission charge.
DATE: Monday, April 27, 2009
TIME: 12:00 PM noon Start Time. Please arrive early as seating is available on a “first come, first served” basis and no one will be admitted once the movie begins.
PLACE: Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 Theatres
247 West 42nd Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues)
New York, NY 10036
Has Sandra Bullock ever appeared in a film in which no one spills coffee on themselves?