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He just wants to be loved, is that so wrong?

Sheldon‘s very depressed about having only nine Twitter followers. The best of what you’ve missed:

  • Is Kristy McNichol the Greta Garbo of tomboy child actresses?
  • For years I thought Elton John and Olivia Newton-John were married, but of course that’s impossible since he’s British and she’s Australian.
  • Whenever I get steamed, I talk like Fred Schneider and suddenly I’m not so mad anymore.
  • Newsweek says gay actors aren’t convincing in straight roles. Apparently they never saw Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur.
  • Just finished Paul Reiser’s “Couplehood” — it was every bit as delightful the fourth time. Next up: “The Bridges of Madison County”
  • How come Angela Lansbury never had sex on ‘Murder She Wrote?’ She was rich, attractive and always seemed to be going up in a hot air balloon
  • Bring back “Becker” — stat!
  • Frances McDormand was so miscast in “Fargo.” I would’ve loved to see Jamie Gertz sink her teeth into that role.
  • Just wondering: So many people seem to use Netflix, but I never see any Netflix deliverymen.
  • I’ll be hosting a retrospective of Dixie Carter’s film career tonight at my West Hollywood apartment.
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3 Comments on He just wants to be loved, is that so wrong?

  1. sheldon // May 27, 2010 at pm //

    Hey, Shel, from the “Other Shel!!!:)” I’m so sorry you’re feeling a little blue. Turn that frown upside down. I love the Dixie Carter party. If I lived in Tinseltown — I wish:)) — I sould so be there. If you invited me, of course! Cheer up, Shelly. We Shels have to stick together!!!!

  2. norma // May 27, 2010 at pm //

    I read Sheldon every day! But I just can’t bring myself to make a Twitter account. Please let that dear man know that this unofficial follower is his #1 fan (and not in that “Misery” sort of way!)!

  3. Some Other Mike // May 29, 2010 at pm //

    I see the problem — Sheldon needs to follow people, particularly those in the scene.

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