Actually, Lindsay was so upset at Michael that she tried meditating to calm herself but ended up taking a two-hour angry nap.
I just did this. Minus the meditating and the angry. And everything besides “taking a two hour nap.”
OMG, I could give you the biggest hug right now. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the awesome links!
1. Nicole Kidman
2. Reba McEntire
3. Kristin Chenoweth
4. Judy Garland
5. Julianne Moore
6. Sandra Bullock
7. Portia de Rossi
I spent way more time figuring out the placement than I care to admit. But ok, I’ll admit: I finally settled with Portia and Nicole on either side of me because we’re the quieter, more introverted ones of the bunch. We could relax and let the others entertain us. I’d be sitting across from Judy Garland and Kristin Chenoweth, which… my God, can you imagine? They’d ham it up, of course, so it would be like my own little show across the table. I’m sure there would be singing involved. I put Sandra next to Portia because Sandy’s a sweetheart, and I feel Portia should only come into contact with the nicest of people. Julianne’s beside Sandy because they are two of the funniest women on the planet, and I bet they would be a damn riot together. And Reebs, well, I almost put her in Nicole’s place, but I figured she’d enjoy being next to a fellow Okie (Kristin)…
Clearly, I am insane.
And it gets to a climactic scene where Portia is being chased by several wily, disgruntled octogenarians. Understandably perturbed that Portia will not allow them to suck the youth from her perky twenty-something bod, the elderly HBIC announces maybe the greatest line I have ever heard uttered on screen:
“You can forget about gettin’ out of this building, missy. It’s sealed up as tight as your young little butt.”
Seriously. I laughed for about a year. That being said, I enjoyed the movie in all its cheesy glory. It was like a low budget version of The Skeleton Key, which is one of my favorite horror films. It was fun seeing Portia in a lead role, too. She needs more of those.