- Name: Rikki
- Location: Pert, The Ole West, Australia
Rikki makes annoying ads and likes hilarious things.
She hates people who believe in star signs because a
tarot card reader once told her she was pregnant.
Monday, November 28, 2005
Well we're off! This is my last day at work and therefore the last day i'll be utilising the fast internet. Oh fast internet, how I miss you. SO: don't forget to send us comments and read our blog and miss us immensely. I'll be back on 14th Jan, and Multiple France will be back on I don't know when cause she's kickin' on to Tassie for a coupla weeks after that. Ummm, my phone isn't going to work but we should both be getting an international card over there so we'll let you know numbers etcetera. Can't think of any more last minute info!! Have a great trip us!
Monday, November 21, 2005
Separated at birth?
A preeminent but retired rocket scientist?
You can’t judge a book by it’s cover - especially when it’s only covered by a miniskirt and a baby-tee. This new workplace ensemble comedy revolves around beautiful Skyler Dayton (PAMELA ANDERSON, “Baywatch”, “VIP”) who is tired of her non-stop partying lifestyle and bad choices in boyfriends. Wanting a major life change, she wanders into “The Stacks,” a small family-run bookstore owned by Gavin Dewitt (ELON GOLD) and his brother, Stuart (BRIAN SCOLARO). Divorced and unlucky in love himself, Gavin’s inclined to regard Skyler as an embodiment of the vacuous, image-obsessed culture he has come to abhor. Stuart, however, is dazzled by Skyler’s beauty and, much to Gavin’s horror, offers her a job at their store, which she happily accepts as the first step in her quest for a steadier lifestyle. Unhappy that she’s going to be minding the till next to such an intimidating bombshell is the store’s sole other employee, Katrina (MARISSA JARET WINOKUR) who doles out doses of realism and cynicism. Rounding out the characters is the store’s one steady customer, Harold March (CHRISTOPHER LLOYD), a preeminent but retired rocket scientist.
Wow, they make it sound so... something, how could we not go?
I wonder if Pammy understands all those big words.