I’d like to thank Mr. Walt Disney for introducing me to my life-long dual obsessions, in the forms of Miss Hayley Mills (Sharon) and her identical twin sister Miss Hayley Mills (Susan) from The Parent Trap, (who, strangely, each had British accents although one was raised in Boston and the other in Monterey), neither of whom I have yet to meet, and to that guy in Grease II who, by the way, is aging very badly, but married Miss Hayley’s sister, Miss Juliet Mills of Nanny & The Professor fame for allowing me to meet his spouse and my obsession’s sibling at a gathering I and Miss Stephanie Glenn refer to as the “celebrity zoo”.
Speaking of animals, did you know that if you die in your house, your cats will eat you, but your dogs won’t? Take that, you pathetic feline fanatics!
And while on the subject of death, my sincere gratitude to Mr. Robin Williams for creating some amazing characters such as Mrs. Doubtfire and for that doctor he played who had the hots for Rhoda Morgenstern’s fat sister Brenda in that DeNiro “no I’m a Gomer – no I’m awake – no I’m a Gomer again” film, and also for Dead Poet’s Society (that’s what I was referring to when I said “speaking of death” – dead poets), a film I don’t really think was a showcase for Robin cuz the film really belonged more to Robert Sean Leonard (who ironically killed himself with the gun borrowed from the old dude who played the dad on That ‘70‘s Show and who was married to the wife of Phoebe’s brother on Friends (Phoebe was carrying her brother’s triplets) and whose long dead son coincidentally just came back to life on the ABC show Resurrection), and that other guy with the bad teeth from Gattica who kept getting desk organizers from his thoughtless parents for his birthdays and preferred not to speak at the gatherings in the old Indian cave.
And finally, for those of you still reading, well slap my ass and call me Judy! I leave you with this thought: it’s the early bird that gets the worm, but it’s the second mouse who gets the cheese. God Bless you one and all.