Grease is a happy, feel-good movie, but one fan’s theory will change the way you look at the classic musical. Atomicbolt believes that the car Sandy and Danny drove, literally, into the sunset, was actually taking her to heaven because she drowned in the beginning of the movie. They say since her brain was oxygen deprived, she imagined the whole rest of the movie as Danny tried to save her unsuccessfully. In short, they theorized it as a “drowning woman’s coma fantasy.”
And now I have tears on my pillow because I feel like I have been struck by Greased Lightnin.
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Back when Danny Bonaduce was a kid on The Partridge Family, he had bright red hair. As he got older the ginger added some salt into the mix, and his wife wanted to see him recapture his youthful color. Therefore, she told him to try some Henna and this is the result.
He says, “Holy hell, I look like Carrot Top.” I personally think he looks like a pissed off Ronald McDonald. Who do you think the Radio DJ looks like with bright red locks?
What is scary, I think it is pretty close to Danny Partridge’s hair color. Don’t you agress?
Even though it has been over 35 years since Good Times has produced an original episode, it is still as current and fresh now as it was then. In fact, it is airing in syndication on several different networks because it is still just as popular.
Having said all of that, it makes sense that the original cast wants to do a reunion movie and their asking their fans to help make it happen with a Kickstarter campaign.
If you want to see The Evans Family, James (John Amos), JJ (Jimmie Walker), Thelma (Bern Nadette Stanis), Michael (Ralph Carter), their next door neighbor Willona (Ja’net Dubois) and their annoying handy Bookman (Johnny Brown) together again, then you have just a few days left to donate to their campaign. The more you give, the more you get. But we would all get a huge prize in the end and that would be seeing them all together again, reprising their most iconic beloved roles.
No word if they asked Penny to join them. Whether Janet Jackson can do it or not, she should give them the rest of them money to make our and their dream a reality. It is just pennies for Penny, right?
If you want this to happen as much as I do, then donate to their Kickstarter campaign ASAP.
Burt Reynolds has an autobiography out called But Enough About Me and in it he details some of the infamous roles he turned down. Can you imagine ’70s biggest sex symbol as Bond, James Bond? Actually, I could, but he couldn’t and he told Good Morning America’s Lara Spencer why he turned it down. He said, “I said, ‘An American can’t play James Bond. It has to be an Englishman. Bond, James Bond. You know, I can’t do it.’” Other roles he said he couldn’t do are Star Wars’ Han Solo and Terms of Endearment’s Garrett Breedlove which eventually went to Jack Nicholson.
Not only did he turn down movies, he also turned down his one true love, Sally Field. When Spencer asked him if he thinks maybe they could get together now, he said “No. No. She’s too smart for that.” She is single, so maybe he can woe her during a moment of weakness. And maybe we can get one more Smokey and the Bandit movie out of it? It’s a win/win!
Steve Harvey asked Kevin on Family Feud, “Tell me the last thing you stuck your finger in?” With very little hesitation, he said, “My wife!” His wife, looked in complete shock after he said it, but yet she gave him a double high five to let him know it was a good answer…during the show. Then when she got him home, I am sure she stuck her finger in a lot of places we can’t talk about.
Back to Harvey, he too was in shock when he heard the answer. So much so, he had to sit down. Once he absorbed what Kevin just said, the host told the contestant that is “favorite answer of all time!” And ours too.
Now that we know the answer was somehow not on the board, it was time for Harvey to ask Ryan that question? Before he let her answer he looked at her husband, who declared, “No sir!”
There is so much awesomeness to that answer, but my favorite part is when you hear Kevin’s mom say, “That’s my boy, Steve!” I don’t know if I would be proud of my son if he said that on national television.