September 04, 2007
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Being a first-time author and going on Oprah but being told you can't mention your book is pretty much akin to having Charlize Theron walk up real close to you, take off all her clothes, look you in the eye -- lean so close you can feel her warm breath -- and whisper in your ear: You may not touch me.
September 4, 2007 | Permalink
Actually, that doesn't sound too bad.
Posted by: Garuda | Sep 4, 2007 4:23:39 PM
If he's smart, and he's on Oprah, he will make sure people will easily google his name and his book. In other words, mentioning his book would be best, but being on Oprah is more like saying that he will have to take one extra step to make it with Theron rather than merely be tempted by her.
Posted by: akaison | Sep 4, 2007 4:47:43 PM
when will somebody go on oprah and tell her she's full of shit for fobbing dr. phil and "the secret" on american fools? just wonderin'...
Posted by: christian | Sep 4, 2007 5:28:20 PM
soon as they are ready to commit career suicide.
Posted by: akaison | Sep 4, 2007 6:11:27 PM
Knock on wood, but I'm really glad that anon isn't commenting on this one.
Posted by: Neil the Ethical Werewolf | Sep 4, 2007 6:50:08 PM
Or Jonathan Franzen. Or did he finally make nice with her?
Posted by: litbrit | Sep 4, 2007 7:13:12 PM
I would substitute Giselle Bundchen for Theron, but otherwise that's pretty good.
Posted by: Rich | Sep 4, 2007 7:59:09 PM
Damnit, now I have an image stuck in my head of Dr. Phil walking up real close, taking off all his clothes and looking me in the eye . . .
Posted by: Dan S. | Sep 4, 2007 11:25:17 PM
Yeah - but what has Charlize got but being a great actress with a perfect butt?
Oh - I get it.
Posted by: Richard | Sep 5, 2007 1:53:13 AM
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