Just in case you didn't catch it, Drew Barrymore was one of David Letterman's guests Friday night on The Late Show. Dave asked her about what she and her musician boyfriend do for fun, since they don't see a lot of each other while he is touring with his band.
So Drew said that they just went to an amusement park together, to ride a new roller coaster. (No mention of the park or the coaster). "But," she continued, "it didn't pack the punch I was hoping for. And since I love roller coasters, we jumped in the car and drove to Magic Mountain and rode the craziest, gnarliest roller coasters all day long."
I wonder what that "new" coaster was that didn't pack the punch for her.
LOL Tina, David Arquette was the "lead David" in the battle against Goliath when SFMM opened the new coaster (which I guess is one of those that I *get* that most "enthusiasts" don't)...I'd give anything to ride that sucker without the brakes grabbing SO darn hard.
Of course, I could just go to SFoT for Titan and get the extra helix...:)
jp, apparently the differences between the two versions of RotM play fairly heavily in favor of USF's ride. ;)
I thought Drew Barrymore was single again? I could go for some ERT with her...;) Hoping Jill doesn't read this thread, hehe...as if she didn't KNOW already...smart chicks RULE! *** Edited 9/11/2004 6:21:46 PM UTC by rollergator***
The Wedding Singer is one of Sandler's better movies along with Happy Gilmore. Sure, the plot was rather weak... but how many comedies have a real good plot?
The movie brings attention to every 80's fad and icon but that's what it's supposed to do... hence the reason it was set IN THE 80's! Just like That 70's Show falls back on just about every single thing that people relate to that era- drugs, bell-bottoms, fondue...
That 80's Show lasted what... 3 weeks? I never saw it but I heard it was pretty dreadful. That 70's Show, on the other hand, is pretty good. Not the best sitcom ever but far from the worst. Red is one of the most hilarious characters on TV today.