Well, Neely, when you have been boozing and downing the red ones like M&M's, you tend to perspire, and, well, so do fat people and you are kind of fat, honey, when you're 4'10" you cannot be downing pints of bourbon each day, whether you eat or not!
You were such a nice kid, until someone put your name in lights and turned you into a lush.
The only X-rated movie Neely could do would be for chubby-chasers. Neely is chunky. I know she takes the red ones to supress her appetite and all, but she takes so much booze with them, that she still gains weight.
Neely has not learned to roooooolllllll with the punches, which she should, because in this business, they come left, right, and below the belt!
Hel I had to keep my weight down or they would've canned the picture!
Look at this Hel. They mistook you for another old hag. Ha!
Date: 16 September 2002
Summary: A Film that Exposes the Underbelly...
of the entertainment industry. Its struggles, triumphs, and pitfalls. I like Helen Hayes number "I'll Plant My Own Tree." It has what, two three verses at the most telling one of the joys of tree planting. Her outfit does not match the set design and the set design has nothing to do with the theme. That musical number represents how oftentimes show business it is not about meaning, just eye candy, a catchy tune and sensationalism.
Obviously Helen Hayes was ripping me off in her own production. After all, my old saying is "The only hit that comes out of a Helen Lawson show is Helen Lawson, and that's me, baby, remember?" NOT "The only hit that comes out of a Helen Lawson show is Helen Hayes."