Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Day 323 - Random Actor Tuesday: Curly Redhead Dinner Guest

Day 323.

Curly Redhead Dinner Guest, Today's Random Actor Tuesday, doesn't really have much to do in her Julie & Julia scene. In fact, she only has one line--"Really?" which is in response to Julie's line about how Julia was a virgin when she met Paul.


Anywho, that isn't all that interesting. What IS interesting, however, is whether or not this Curly Redhead Dinner Guest is making eyes at our boy/Julie's husband Not Mark Ruffalo. The evidence is undeniable!


Getting a little cozy there, aren'tcha, Curly Redhead Dinner Guest? And though Julie doesn't appear to have picked up on this incredible sexual tension between the two, I sure have. Either that, or I'm just making up these intricate romantic subplots between insignificant characters (NMR included) in order to deal with my immense boredom. Either way, this devious redhead is a major homewrecking slut.


Or maybe I totally misread the signals... maybe she was just making those eyes at NMR to make Eric Sheffer Stevens over here jealous. And the plot thickens! Actually, it doesn't look like it worked.

NO ONE WILL EVER LOVE YOU, CURLY REDHEAD DINNER GUEST.
MOSTLY BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO SOUL.

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Julie & Julia
Quote of the Day: "Let's give this a shot here."

4 comments:

  1. woops, better comment here so that you don't think we all hate your RATs

    hey, i like what you did today, larry. you should do more posts about "hidden plotlines" and shit

    you should do more posts about shit

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  2. Can't wait for Wednesday!

    http://vimeo.com/30750949

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  3. I meant to suggest you write about Kacie Sheik (aka curly redheaded dinner guest) as she is one of my favourite performers! She, for the past several years, has taken on (and completely embodied) the role of Jeanie in the 2009 tony award winning revival production of Hair. She stuck with the role through the concert in 2007, the summer production at the Delacorte Theatre in 2008, the Broadway revival, the show's stint in London's West End, and through the first year of the national tour and its return to broadway this summer. I've met her several times at stage door and she is one of the most lovely, talented and personable individuals I've ever had the pleasure to meet. I encourage you to check out and perhaps share some of the videos below which showcase her wonderful and unique talents:

    covering adele's "Daydreamer": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1SFWs92Wac

    one of her original songs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEcGJcQs5VE&feature=related

    Kacie with Hair tribe mates Allison and Katie covering Somewhere Over the Rainbow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuRySC4tCPs&feature=related

    And the "so-sexy-it-should-be-banned-and-i-am-as-straight-as-the-day-is-long-so-that's-saying-something" duet with Caissie Levy, Feelin' Love: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxq31SySCko

    Anyway, know that Kacie is loved by the broadway community, and loves so much and so well. And not to mention she's probably the most talented person in the Julie and Julia cast next to Meryl Streep, of course.

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  4. hey lawrence,

    have you realized that not only have you changed as a person in these past 323 days, you have also changed the fonts that you use in your blog. i just realized this when i went to look at that old post on that guy eric sheffer stevens. weird right. well congrats and keep up the good work!

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