Ok, so how far do you think Webster is gonna make it?
Would you actually walk up to him on the street and call him "Webster"?Originally Posted by biggbaddgirl;2199369;
"You don't rehearse Mr. T, you just turn him loose."
-----Sylvester Stallone, on Mr. T-----
Probably so if I wasn't thinking straight.Originally Posted by Krom;2199617;
I would... I mean, what else has he done?Originally Posted by Krom;2199617;
I like "Manny". I wonder if he gained weight over the years to keep people from picking him up.
I loved how Verne said that he came on the show because he admired Manny and wanted the chance to get to know him better. That was cool.
I so enjoyed watching Manny on the last show. He has such a genuine heart and is so gentle and loving. He just makes me feel good. I liked how he reached out to Verne, who really has a lot of issues.
For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.
- Virginia Woolf
I think Manny is the most "normal" person on the show. And to think that he was the child star of the bunch. I hope he wins, despite getting relegated to the B-list.
"normal"? I don't think so. This is a grown man still trying to be the star he was when he was pre-teen. Dude, it's time to let it go and try something else. That's so sad that he is stuck trying to regain the stardom he had in childhood. And, the worst part about it is that he can't do that anymore. It's really discusting that a man in his mid-thirties wants to play the child again. We have actual children to play these roles. And, he can't do leading man roles because that would be discusting. Maybe he can talk to Peter Brady about getting a life outside of the fantasy world of hollywood.Originally Posted by LG.;2217287;
Oh I wish I were an Os-car Mayer Wie - ner
That is what I'd tru-ly like to be
'cause if I were an Os-car May-er Wie - ner
Ev-ery one would be in love with me.
c. Oscar Mayer, 1965.