The whole way home my wife hit me with fact after celebrity fact in a rapid fire manner. She knows her stuff. If entertainment and celebrity news were a science my wife would be Albert Einstein. I tried to convince her the show went great but she was frustrated.
I wasn’t lying, I really thought she did great. She is a natural in front of a camera. She looked and acted like she was meant to be up there. But really… she did kinda choke.I wouldn’t normally write that she choked but she told the whole world that I wrecked the car. Which of course I did. But then again her choking goes to show how much this woman belongs on a television screen.You see, the Missus did not choke because she loves the movie Clueless (which she does) and Donald Faison (who is in that movie) was on the set. She did not choke because everyone else on that stage, or on that couch, were the sorts of people who get followed by photographers and written about in magazines, magazines that she herself reads -Nope- she chocked because she wants to fix that car. Cameras, producers, and celebrities did not phase her but a relatively marginal amount of money did.
Imagine how cool she would be if the money was already in the bag! Lets say she was on a contract, perhaps a flat fee, maybe an hourly rate, anything. She could hang with Chris Colfert, shoot the breeze with Penny Marshal, and not be nerdy with Kaley Cuoco -easy.
Seriously. Anyone who will jump off the armrest of a couch, on national TV, in a dress, is not afraid of a camera. And after watching the episode on air, I’m sure everyone will agree that the camera is definitely not afraid of her either.