Quick Hit Early Christmas Friday . . .

Posted by 2 Dollar Productions Thursday, December 24, 2009

"Why don't you wish in one hand, and shit in the other. See which one fills up first.” – Billy Bob Thorton, ‘Bad Santa’

That's not exactly the Christmas spirit, so here's hoping everyone's wishes are granted today & tommorow . . . why not? It's just good karma, I suppose, and since I'm a sucker for this time of year anyway, I hope everyone has just as good a time as I do.

This QHF will be short, however, because this week I've been hungover from 3 days straight of late nights with my Irish friend, been subjected to a 3.5 hour job interview by a large corporation that everyone has heard of, traveled many miles in the car, worked on my grandparent's farm to get them firewood and haul away their burn barrel trash, and somewhere in between, wrapped presents and tried to relax.

So, I have been mostly out of the loop on Hollywood shenanigans as well as the world in general, but we'll take a look at the hard stories of the week anyway:

Carrie Underwood got engaged to Ottawa Senators hockey player Mike Fisher, her publicist said Monday.

"The couple couldn't be happier," said publicist Jessie Schmidt. No wedding date has been set for the couple, who have been dating for about a year.

Underwood made the decision to marry this particular hockey player because he was the only one who still boasted an entire set of his natural teeth.

Reports made the rounds this week that Catherine Zeta-Jones slightly flashed her nipples during a recent performance of her Broadway hit “A Little Night Music.”

Multiple tabloid report claimed that Zeta-Jones accidentally flashed a nipple during her performance at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York. The rumored wardrobe malfunction occurred in a scene where Zeta-Jones reunites with a long-lost lover and then peels open her kimono to “show him what he’s been missing,” according to The New York Post report.

A shocked fan on the left side of the orchestra stated that they indeed did see Zeta-Jones’ boobs: “I couldn’t believe it. No wonder Michael Douglas looks so happy. The couple sitting next to me also saw it and poked each other.”

A spokesman for Zeta-Jones insisted that the reports are false, and that Zeta-Jones is never actually naked and wears a body stocking throughout the whole play.

Regardless, ticket sales are sold out for the show for the next several months with tickets on the left-side being sold at a premium on Ebay and Craig's List.

Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have broken up after more than two decades together, PEOPLE reported this week.

"Actress Susan Sarandon and her partner of 23 years, actor Tim Robbins have announced that they separated over the summer," her rep Teal Cannaday tells PEOPLE in a statement. "No further comments will be made."

Rumors about the break-up are circulating that the tension was due to Sarandon's wanting to donate money to ACORN while Robbins felt the ACLU was more deserving, and apparently, no compromise could be reached.

Steven Tyler has entered a rehabilitation facility to treat an addiction to painkillers the Aerosmith frontman has taken to cope with 10 years of performance injuries.

Tyler said he's eager to return to work with his band mates.

"I love Aerosmith; I love performing as the lead singer in Aerosmith. I am grateful for all of the support and love I am receiving and am committed to getting things taken care of," the 61-year-old rocker said in a statement released Tuesday.

To treat the pain, doctors recommend that Tyler stop listening to Aerosmith records immediately.

As always, let's end with a gold image or three:

I figure a little snow and a lot of nudity is always good for the holiday season. So, enjoy any flakes that fall to the ground, crank up the heat and shed some clothing and . . . Happy Early Christmas Friday!


{Editor's Note: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Everyone.}

{Editor's Note: RIP Brittany Murphy}


  1. Boxer Says:
  2. BAD SANTA and the PeeWee Christmas special are my two favorite things to watch.

    The news about Susan Sarandon made me sad.

    Thanks for getting in QHF, what a nice present.

    Merry Christmas to you and Ms.2$!

  3. JLee Says:
  4. I LOVE Bad Santa! I may have to watch that. Wait, there are kids and old people present. Never mind.
    Very sad news about Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins. Also very sad about Murphy and Tyler, but not surprising about Tyler. ha
    But get happy and have yourself a Merry Christmas and relax for crying out loud!

  5. I loved Bad Santa. I had no idea Susan Sarandon had such a nice rack on her! And that 2nd golden image girl is smokin.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family, BDS. Stay safe in your travles, and I hope you weren't a victim of those closed highways in and out of OK/TX. Ada's a nice small town. I've been there a time or two.

    I had my own Christmas Eve adventure trying to get home from work, and the story is up at my place.

  6. I was hoping for something like that last picture to be sitting under the tree this morning, but alas, Santa didn't bring her to me. I must've been bad this year.

    My friend's dad always used to say that quote from Bad Santa. I love it. I may have to watch that movie today too. Good stuff.

    And now off to google the Catherine Zeta Jones nipple slip ;-)

    Merry Christmas!

  7. Gypsy Says:
  8. Some people get pretty excited over not very much don't they? So CZJ flashed a nipple....they should visit this here blog and see what's on offer. Speaking of which, I'm wondering what the line is from the last girls navel to her va-jay-jay. What's going on there do you think? Well I have to pick on something when they are so beautiful, it's the rules.

    I was really sad to hear that about Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins. I always thought they had that rare kind of relationship in know the kind that outlasts the publicity surrounding their union.

    You have been a busy boy B. I had to go and have a lie down just reading about it. I hope you recovered in time to have a fantastic Christmas and stay safe on those roads.

  9. Miss Ash Says:
  10. Yet again I think I'm the only person who has not seen Bad Santa. I should resolve to watch more movies this year!

    A 3.5 hour interview......are you applying to be a part of the Secret Service or something, jeez that's long!

  11. BostonPobble Says:
  12. 1. Glad you had a good time with your best friend. Still selfishly waiting for the resulting Drunken Viking post.

    2. Interview...? Are congratulations in order? Because you know, if they are, you got 'em from me.

    3. It's nice to hear about someone still helping out on their grandparents' farm. You're a very cool man, $$.

    4. "Night Music" is one of my favorite musicals. Zeta-Jones is probably wonderful in it. Shame it took a possible flash of nipple for it to get noticed. *sigh*

    5. The news of Sarandon and Robbins made me sadder than most celebrity break-ups. There are just some people you pull for, you know?

    6. While I ache for Murphy's friends and family, I can't quite say the world has lost any great talent.

  13. JLee Says:
  14. "Bad Santa" was on Spike last night and we watched it, although it was so edited for language, you couldn't understand what they were saying half the time. lol

  15. TROLL Y2K Says:
  16. Wondering if Robbins and Sarandon will be more or less annoying as separate entities.

    If that last model is REALLY posing outside, I admire her professionalism and dedication.

    Take the Troll Poll!

  17. nobich Says:
  18. I know I'm soooo late Merry Christmas & Happy Weekend etc. Have fun everyone!!!

  19. Boxer - I need to watch Pee Wee again as it has been a long, long time. I agree about Sarandon as I liked them as a couple and figured they were pretty much set. Merry Christmas Boxer - hope you had a great one.

    Jlee - Me too. But if there are kids around, I think you should probably wait to view it. :) Agree about Sarandon/Robbins, and yeah, the Tyler news doesn't suprsise me in the least. I didn't do too much relaxing, but it was a good Xmas nonetheless. Hope yours was really excellent . . .

    Kymical Reactions - It's a dirty classic of a holiday movie. But how could you not know that about Sarandon - it's been that way for years. Ha. As for Ada, it's a small town, but my favorite part is Folgers because they serve the best hamburgers I've ever eaten. Seriously. Hope you had a great Xmas up your way.

    Native Minnow - I first heard htat quote for 'Santa' from my grandmother way before the movie came out. Seriously. I still love it. And sorry you didn't receive that image under the tree . . . maybe next year, eh? Let's hope. Ha. Hope your Xmas went well anyway.

    Gypsy - I know what you mean. I was thinking the same thing. A quick nipple flash - big deal. Ha. Oh well . . . slow news week I suppose. I agree 100% about Sarandon and Robbins, and hope you had a great Xmas Gypsy. I am finally resting now that I'm back in Austin. :)

    Miss Ash - You must rent 'Santa' this year - it's a moral imperative. Ha. And that 3.5 hour interview was AFTER 2 phone screens and a 30 minute phone interview . . . and I've got another phone interview this week because they liked me during the 3.5 interview. Crazy, eh? Hope you had a great holiday up north.

    BostonPobble -

    1) The Viking is almost done, but he was without Internet for large parts of last week, and craves an audience who isn't traveling around to fully grasp his wisdom. :)

    2) It's a company that always gets voted one of the best to work for (nationally), so I figured I had to talk to them if they would talk to me. Strangely enough, they still care about your college GPA (seriously) and I passed my 3.5 hour interview and have a phone interview this week.

    3) It felt good to move around after eating all that food . . . :) but yeah, there are just always things that need to be done and they are getting older.

    4) I think the show was doing pretty well before this nipple slip. Think.

    5) I know what you mean, and I pulled for them too.

    6) You're right about Murphy, sadly.

    Hope your holidays have been great Pobble.

    Jlee - That is not even worth it. Ha. Seriously, I wondered why they even bothered because 'Santa' should never be shown on TV - it loses too much of its content.

    Troll Y2K - I've had that image for about 6 months, and was just waiting for the weather to turn cold down here to use it. I admire her dedication to the craft myself. Curious what you make of 'ol flip-flopper Urban Meyer. I'll be over to see what's going on soon . . . hope you had a good Xmas.

    Nobich - Late is OK around here. It's a busy time of year. Ha. Hope you had a great Xmas.


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