Yes and he was one thrilled man!! So fun to watch the two/three of them.
I did see when Emily met Ricki in the park before Brad came she was so happy to see her little girl but she did not get all musy out of control in front of the cameras ( true we don't know if she had already seen her)?
Se was very sincere but more reserved and I think that is the way she is. I have not doubt that these two r in love!!!
This is freaking CRAzy ~ I'm 0 for 20!
That was a great message! And I've had a terrible day, so thank you.I love random acts of kindness.Really, realy appreciated.Scott- RIP SDL<3
It's one thing to know (logically) that he's dating other women. It's totally different when your heart is now fully engaged and to actually see it. That would be difficult for anyone I would think. I stated somewhere else that many actors/actresses say their husbands/wives have a difficult time watching them in romantic scenes.
"It's just a show" - let's try not to trash people - tptb do that very well all on their own they don't need our help!
To just logic and tbamom --> I don't disagree. But she knew he was dating, and even had to see the girls' reactions when they would arrive home from a date, etc. Don't get me wrong, it would be harder to SEE it (on Monday nights) -- but do you really think it is *that much harder* where she does a complete 180? Sorry, I have a hard time swallowing that.
The thing is, I would be terrible in her shoes every Monday night, so I completely get that -- however, imo, there is no doubt that Emily "on-screen" is 80% phony. Her off-screen actions scream REAL to me, her on-screen actions seem very false, and quite often.
Big: You know, Manhattan has a lot of beautiful women.
Carrie: What an amazing observation!
Big: But the thing is, after awhile, you just wanna be with the one who makes you laugh.
~ Sex and the City
Even just the little things (single moms almost never have gorgeous nails, we're too busy playing/working with our kids!). Don't get me wrong, it is not about the nails... it is about the overall presentation of her, her story, and the overplayed pity card.