Late Night: Dennis Hopper, Sitcoms

I was going to write about the crazy cat lady situation I had over weekend, but this 1964 episode of  Petticoat Junction “Bobbi Jo and the Beatnik” (and how creepy is it that their uncle was named Joe and all the girls had the feminine of his name as their suffix, Bobbie Jo, Betty Jo and Billie Jo…anyway) was just too good pass up. Petticoat Junction of course was a spin off of The Beverly Hillbillies; the Clampetts were from near the trio of towns Hooterville, Pixley and Bugtussle–and there were character and location crossover to Green Acres as well, as all three series were created by Paul Henning.

We’re used to seeing actors like Telly Savalas, or Robert Redford on Twilight Zone as part of their early career trajectory. By the time this was shot, along with his episodes of Twilight Zone, The Big ValleyBonanza and other earlier classics, Hopper had already filmed Rebel Without a Cause, Giant and several other films.  He also had left Hollywood for a stint with Lee Strasberg. In 1994, he told Charlie Rose that because of his bad attitude he couldn’t get work in films for several years until John Wayne, a friend of his mother-in-law, cast him in The Sons of Katie Elder.  He continued to work in television and made several films, including Cool Hand Luke, until striking gold with Easy Rider.

This role as the beatnik poet plays on Hopper’s reputation as an outsider. It is also interesting to note that his “beatnik” is very clean cut and average looking, especially when compared to the bongo playing slacker Maynard Krebs played by  Bob Denver (later Gilligan on Gilligan’s Island) on The Life and Loves of Dobie Gillis, which featured young Tuesday Weld and Warren Beatty.

142 Responses to "Late Night: Dennis Hopper, Sitcoms"
Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:02 pm 1

Okay, about the cat lady incident:

In a nutshell, Mr Bruce vaporized so we put up Lost Cat signs. Bruce was aslep under a bush in the fornt yard because he’s um, special and furry.

But this woman called sobbing and begged us to take her cat because couldnt keep it since her relationship ended. I said sure and she showed up with photos of the cat within ten mins and begged us again to take the cat.

Sure. And we said she could visit the cat occasionally. She brought over the cat Thursday. VELVET, she insisted must stay locked in my room for ten days.. Well um, the fist night velvet who was alleged to be the nicest sweetest kindest most SPECIAL CAT IN THE WORLD hissed and growled all night and shat on my bedspread.
And vomited.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:02 pm 2

Good Evening Lisa!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:03 pm 3

But hey, she was upset to be moved form Torrance where she had been in a foster home to here…so I understood. bruce wasn;t super sweet the first couple of days either..

Saturday mornign I woke up…no velvet…BUT the screen was knocke dout the window (which was open about 3″ for air since th cat smell was a bit much). and velvet was gone. OOOOOOPS


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:04 pm 4
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 1

That cat certainly sounds real special!!!


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:04 pm 5
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 3

Did you go look for that cat?


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:05 pm 6
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 3

Hi Matt. So i called the woman Lili and told her…She was over here i seonds and cryig and sobbng an playing harmonica in fornt yard and accusing me of of being awful. and telling me I should have called her the secodn Velvet shat on my bed and then said “I wanted to be your best friend.”

Oooookayyyyy…


newtonusr | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:07 pm 7

“Where’s my bourbon?!?”

This is so sad.
Thanks, Lisa.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:08 pm 8
In response to AZ Matt @ 5

Oh we looked and caled and put up signs. After two hours of lili beig here I finally said “Um, you need to leave now, please, I have to shower and stuff, I’ll call you if I see her.”

An hour later SHE WALKED INTO MY HOUSE WITHOUT KNOCKING OR CALLING ( the front door was unlocked because the house keeper was going back and forth and I have agat for gods sakes).

“I just wanted tape to put up signs”

I suggested she call next time…. She said “Maybe you have the cat in the house are are keping her form me so I wont come back..”

(yeah LIKE THAT worked out as good idea..wtf?)


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:11 pm 9
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 6

I think in the future you might want to have more resistance to folks asking you to take care of their critters. Then you won’t have those same folks telling you that you are awful. Just sayin’.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:12 pm 10

So I go to the Hammer Museum witha friend, and on the way their my neighbors call me to say “That weird woman is poking around outside your gate and sobbing and looking in everyone’s yard through the fences.’Then they apologize and say,

She is psychotic. is not a good example of Armenians. Don;t think we are all that way.

And I was like

No I don’t think it’s an Armenian thing. Because maybe I am not getting across to her that I dont have the cat!


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:13 pm 11
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 8

Does this person have a life?


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:17 pm 12
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 10

Within minutes of my getting home, she turns up with a local cat rescue lady and I allow them to set a trap but I said I would only deal with Rescue Lady.

Sunday, Lili shows up wth a friend and again accuses me of hiding the cat. So I ordered her off my property and said not to call me or come by again.

Yesterday my guy roommate saw her outside the gate lurking, so he told her to get LOST or he’d call the cops, she relpied that stealing a cat was acrime…


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:19 pm 13

Lisa!

There really is a Bugtussle (actually several of them). The one in Oklahoma (where the folks are a lot like the Beverly Hillbillies) was home to Carl Albert, Speaker of the House from 1971-1977.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:20 pm 14
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 12

she relpied that stealing a cat was acrime…

Jealous of ill-gotten pussy and all that I suppose… :)


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:22 pm 15
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 12

“she relpied that stealing a cat was acrime…”

Is she calling you a pussy snatcher?!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:23 pm 16

Today I took a friend to the doctors and market because she ‘d sprained her ankle.

My girl housemate called and said two LAPD officers came over to look for our

torture chambers where we were hiding Velvet

Note the use of plural–we allegedly have multiple torture chambers.

As soon as Mr Bruce heard “torture chamber” he rubbed against the policeman’s legs and purred.

Oh a rainbow kitty, he likes men


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:23 pm 17
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 12

Damn that logic is even more twisted than a Republican’s. I kind of feel sorry for her, but even more so for you. crazy people are really hard to deal with (or get rid of).


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:24 pm 18

Hey, Ted Haggard thinks we really need to hear from again. Has a presser tomorrow, some big announcement. Maybe he found the cat!


Adam503 | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:24 pm 19

My all-time weird breakthrough moment is in the movie Testament, a movie about after a nuclear attack. Jane Alexander was great in the movie, but this one scene stops it cold now. You go through half the movie with William Devane as the only recognizable face, and then Kevin Costner and Rebecca DeMornay do a one scene walk-through as a couple.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:26 pm 20
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 16

Any black helicopters flying overhead yet?


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:27 pm 21
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 14

ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:28 pm 22
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 16

I’m so sorry. Something about no good deed going unpunished.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:28 pm 23
In response to AZ Matt @ 18

Maybe he’s going to come back out of his closet and announce his support for same sex marriage because he and George Rekers really want to start a family. Nah…


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:29 pm 24
In response to ratfood @ 21

Heh!


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:30 pm 25
In response to AZ Matt @ 18

It’s folks like Ted that give meth and hookers a bad name.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:30 pm 26
In response to Margaret @ 23

These guys are whacky so who knows! Maybe they are hiking buddies.


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:30 pm 27

holy moly lisa… crazy cat lady indeed!


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:31 pm 28

Dang Lisa, I gotta say, you ran into the Cat Lady from Hell!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:32 pm 29
In response to ratfood @ 22

we are laughing, but yeah.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:32 pm 30

I would say this is appropriate to a “Adios Dennis” thread…


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:32 pm 31
In response to ratfood @ 25

True. They used to be such wholesome family values kinds of activities. I mean, half of the Republican Party can’t be wrong about that, can they?


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:32 pm 32
In response to Suzanne @ 27

Clearly the woman is more in need of (professional) help than Velvet but what can you do?


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:34 pm 33
In response to ratfood @ 32

make sure your doors and windows are locked and be proactive about personal security


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:34 pm 34
In response to ratfood @ 32

Well, not a lot. The police said she might end up taking us to small claims court–I say bring it on, PEOPLE COURT! JUDGE JUDY!


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:34 pm 35
In response to DrDick @ 31

After being with a Republican or an evangelist, how does a prostitute live with the shame?


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:35 pm 36
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 34

Please let me know when that one airs, I will be certain to tune in!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:35 pm 37
In response to Suzanne @ 33

yeah, that too. The police are aware as are our neighbors.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:36 pm 38

Armenian eh? What is it about eastern Europeans and property? That really seems common among that culture. I once spotted a co-worker taking tools out of my box and walking off with them and when I confronted him about it, he simply said “I need tools” and walked off with me trotting after him and trying to point out that I needed them as well and that I had paid for those. That guy was a Bosnian. I don’t want to get into stereotypes here but it seems to be a cultural thing because there are many similar incidents.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:37 pm 39
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 30

What kind of beer do you like, neighbor?


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:38 pm 40
In response to AZ Matt @ 26

Maybe they are hiking buddies.

Appalachian Trail, here they come!


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:38 pm 41
In response to ratfood @ 35

Yeah. It is a burden and a shame they will carry for the rest of their lives.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:38 pm 42
In response to ratfood @ 39

Eh, whatever ya got. Not picky – at least about beer!


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:39 pm 43
In response to Suzanne @ 33

Have the local paper put out a warning to her that Lisa can shoot her to defend her house and property. It works for Sarah Palin in Wasilla!


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:41 pm 44
In response to DrDick @ 41

I felt bad for the professional dancer who got partnered with Tom DeLay on Dancing With The Stars.

Perhaps there is a 12-step program to assist with their recovery.


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:42 pm 45
In response to AZ Matt @ 43

Not sure that works in LA. They are a bit less comfortable with vigilante justice there than in the wilds of Alaska.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:42 pm 46
In response to DrDick @ 41

You could make them wear a Scarlet R or E.


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:42 pm 47
In response to AZ Matt @ 43

when i heard about that i got cold shivers running up and down my spine… never a good sign

geez how in hell can they get away with saying something like that?


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:42 pm 48
In response to ratfood @ 44

You never know. She might have been as batsh*t crazy as he is.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:43 pm 49
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 42

Shucky-dern!

You’re supposed to reply “Heineken,” to which I respond, “Heineken? Fuck that shit! Pabst Blue Ribbon!”

I also loved Hopper’s performance as a one-legged biker in The River’s Edge.


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:43 pm 50
In response to ratfood @ 44

Well, I certainly hope that the show is paying for therapy. That is clearly a work related trauma.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:43 pm 51
In response to ratfood @ 44

If nothing else, a long hot shower with very strong soap.


PJEvans | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:43 pm 52
In response to Margaret @ 38

Armenians aren’t from Europe, though. (I work with Armenians.)


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:43 pm 53
In response to AZ Matt @ 43

I dont have a gun in the house, but I am a good shot. I have dog, curtains. And two roommates


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:44 pm 54

Okay. Movie psychos: Bruce Dern or Dennis Hopper?


puppethead | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:44 pm 56

Petticoat Junction was a favorite of mine when I was a kid (because of the trains, I swear). I don’t remember seeing the beatnik episode. But I was listening to Dennis Hopper interviews on Fresh Air tonight, and it turns out he was in the pilot of The Rifleman, another favorite of mine. The cool part is Dennis Hopper said Sam Peckinpah directed the pilot for that show.


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:45 pm 57
In response to PJEvans @ 52

From the Caucasus, actually.


PJEvans | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:45 pm 58
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 34

It will be interesting to see what kind of case she puts together. And how much she thinks a cat is worth. (And then to hear what the judge says after you give your side of the story.)


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:45 pm 59
In response to PJEvans @ 52

Okay, yeah I know, they’re technically from Asia. I was referring to culture more than geography though.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:46 pm 60
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 53

If she keeps this up then get a restraining order.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:47 pm 61
In response to Margaret @ 54

Tough call, I like them both. At the top of his game I’d probably vote for Dennis. I also liked Dern in the rare non villain role such as Silent Running.


AZ Matt | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:47 pm 62
In response to puppethead @ 56

I liked the show too and the train! It still operates at Jamestown, CA.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:48 pm 63

Tell her the cat died so you buried her and she’s now part of the Velvet Underground.


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:48 pm 64
In response to Margaret @ 54

jack nicholson (i know i misspelled his name)


PJEvans | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:50 pm 65
In response to DrDick @ 57

I know – there are two Armenians in my work group. And another on the other side of the floor.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:50 pm 66
In response to ratfood @ 61

I actually found that movie on DVD recently. It;s still as moving as I remember but the special effects are really pretty lame. State of the art for the time doesn’t mean it’s very good now unfortunately.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:50 pm 67
In response to puppethead @ 56

I turned on the TV last week and did a double take when I saw Jack Nicholson in an episode of The Andy Griffith Show. Looked it up and he starred in an episode in ’66 and ’67. Amazing, at the same time he was working on the screenplay for The Trip (which starred Hopper and Peter Fonda) he’s doing a guest spot in Mayberry.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:50 pm 68
In response to Suzanne @ 64

Ooh, he’s a good one too!


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:53 pm 69
In response to ratfood @ 67

I get a kick out of watching those old shows and seeing the up and coming young actors and actresses doing appearances. Ironically I recently saw an episode of MASH that had a young Patrick Swaze playing a patient with terminal cancer.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:54 pm 70
In response to Margaret @ 66

Douglas Trumbull on special effects. He also did 2001 and The Andromeda Strain. They did a pretty good job without the benefit of cgi. Only so much you can accomplish with miniatures and painted backdrops, though.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:55 pm 71

Japan’s Prime Minister resigns for failing to keep campaign promises. Too bad we don;t have that system here!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:57 pm 72
In response to Margaret @ 69

Wow that is foreshadowing….


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:57 pm 73

Calling it a night. Thanks Lisa. Splendid evening to all.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:58 pm 74
In response to ratfood @ 70

Only so much you can accomplish with miniatures and painted backdrops, though.

I’m hip. The Andromeda Strain was the very first movie adaptation that I saw after having read the book. I read the book in the fourth grade and saw the movie when I was in the sixth.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:58 pm 75
In response to ratfood @ 70

Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:58 pm 76

Nite ratfood! Don’t feed the rats.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:59 pm 77

night ratfood


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 08:59 pm 78
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 72

It was, yep. The character had leukemia as opposed to metastatic pancreatic cancer. Still eerie.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:00 pm 79
In response to Margaret @ 74

Didn’t help that the Desilu/Paramount folks had set the realism bar so high with Star Trek. :)


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:00 pm 80

Night, rf!


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:01 pm 81
In response to ratfood @ 73

g’nite rat


Petrocelli | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:03 pm 82
In response to Margaret @ 71

In America, Politicians resign when they keep campaign promises, except for Clinton.

*oh pleeze, let ratfood be around for this punchline*


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:04 pm 83
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 75

Dood! Nice job!


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:06 pm 84
In response to ratfood @ 79

I think the nominations for one of the first awards, (I have no idea if it was a Hugo or what), for set building in the SciFi genre was for the sets on 2001, Star Trek and Silent Running respectively. I read that in a fan magazine years ago but too much time has passed for me to remember the specifics.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:06 pm 85
In response to Petrocelli @ 82

Whoosh! Over my head, I fear.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:07 pm 86

I’m going to bed myself. Good night everyone. :-)


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:07 pm 87
In response to Margaret @ 84

Poor Ed Wood, always a bridesmaid…


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:07 pm 88

I saw a GREAT play the other night–USS Pinafore–Star Trek meets Gilbert and Sullivan


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:08 pm 89
In response to Margaret @ 86

g’nite margaret


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:08 pm 90
In response to Margaret @ 86

Niters Margaret.

Leaving for real now, myself. :)


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:08 pm 91
In response to Margaret @ 86

Night, Margaret!


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:09 pm 92
In response to ratfood @ 83

Ya gotta love the “rat-frere”. That’s my flat!


Petrocelli | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:09 pm 93
In response to ratfood @ 85

You were s’posed to ask … “What about Clinton ?”

Clinton got impeached for breaking his promise … not to screw the Jews*g*


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:10 pm 94
In response to ratfood @ 87

Well it’s appropos since he tended to dress like one. ;-)


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:11 pm 95
In response to Margaret @ 92

Kelly for president!


DrDick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:11 pm 96

Think I will toddle off as well. Take care all.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:11 pm 97
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 88

Nofuckingway – 3 little Romulans are we Buttercup Kirk??


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:12 pm 98
In response to Petrocelli @ 93

Oy! Now it’s your turn… “g”


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:13 pm 99
In response to Margaret @ 94

Tell me, Bela, what do you think of Boris Karloff?


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:13 pm 100
In response to DrDick @ 96

Sweet dreams, DrDick.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:13 pm 101
In response to ratfood @ 95

Hah! Your meds aren’t kicking in hunny…Run for the hills if’n I’m Emperor!


Petrocelli | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:13 pm 102
In response to ratfood @ 98

Thanks ! I shoulda prolly inserted Peg’s disclaimer … *g*

G’nite all !

{{{ Lisa }}}


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:14 pm 103

Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:15 pm 104

Night Dr Dick, Petro!


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:15 pm 105
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 101

Can’t be Emperor unless you’ve been vetted.

You’ll feel better after a soothing flea dip…


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:16 pm 106
In response to ratfood @ 99

Funny story about those two: When Bela Lugosi died, he put in his will that he wanted to be buried in full vampire drag and when Karloff saw him, he said “oh come now Bela…” to which Peter Lory replied, “Maybe we should put a stake through his heart”. Dunno if it’s true but it should be!


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:17 pm 107

Now I’m really out too. Goodnight to all and to all a good night.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:17 pm 108
In response to ratfood @ 105

You’ll feel better after a soothing flea dip…

So true! What would I ever do without yer wisdom?

Smooches upon you, you nut!


fatster | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:17 pm 109

Ever seen the movie “Johnny Guitar”? Dennis played a character named Turkey. “Johnny Guitar” was kind of a cult classic for some time. Interesting movie.


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:19 pm 110

g’nite dr dick


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:20 pm 111
In response to Margaret @ 106

That’s the story but according to findadeath.com, Karloff was in England at the time.

Supposedly Frank Sinatra picked up the tab for Bela’s funeral.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:23 pm 112
In response to ratfood @ 111

Findadeath quotes Vincent Price’s autobiography, which states that Lorre made the reply to Price.


Margaret | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:23 pm 113
In response to ratfood @ 111

Karloff was in England at the time

maybe Karloff’s Mummy was standing in for him….


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:24 pm 114
In response to ratfood @ 111

Hey, since you’re still up for a moment, the charming little bird catcher song from magic flute always makes me think of you.

But in my cruising the operas this evening, here’s a guy who actually whistles the bird call part usually played in the orchestra by a piccolo player!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:25 pm 115
In response to fatster @ 109

Hopper claims he wasn’t in Hollywood then…IMBD says another actor played Turkey, so it may be a) Hopper under an alias for some reason; b) not Hopper


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:25 pm 116
In response to Margaret @ 113

ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:29 pm 117
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 114

The good news is it’s making Bob dance up a storm. Bad news is he thinks it’s Conway Twitty.

I won’t tell him if you don’t! :)


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:29 pm 118
In response to ratfood @ 117

Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:30 pm 119
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 118

Whoops! That should be “Speak No Evil” with HTML tags…


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:33 pm 120
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 119

was wondering if the cat got your tongue dood


Margot | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:33 pm 121

Lisa, you sure can tell a story. I can picture the lady vividly.


ratfood | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:33 pm 122
In response to Kelly Canfield @ 119

ratfood: “Conway Twitty?”

Bob: “Hellooo, Darlin’”

Okay, my dishes await. Smooches to you and Belch.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:34 pm 123
In response to Suzanne @ 120

*grin*

I’m sure many wish I were as eloquent by silence in my #118 in all my comments.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:38 pm 124

It’s ice cream time!


ChristineEdmonson | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:39 pm 125
In response to Suzanne @ 120

Hey Suzanne!
Just finished Toby’s “foot” post — I loved it. Your description of your spa pedi is spot on! I’ve never had a spa one, but MsCE gave me a proper one on Sunday and my feet feel Fabulous!


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:39 pm 126
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 124

what flavor?


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:40 pm 127
In response to ChristineEdmonson @ 125

twas one of the best mother’s day evah.. my feet were like butter when i got outta there


ChristineEdmonson | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:40 pm 128
In response to Suzanne @ 127

I feel like a queen!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:41 pm 129

organic vanilla with hershey’s syrup…


ChristineEdmonson | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:43 pm 130

My co-worker says Trader Joe’s vanilla (don’t know). My favorite is still butter pecan, Cleveland’s East Coast Custard.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:46 pm 131

I like when vanilla has the seeds from the bean–tasty fiber!


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:49 pm 132

hard to find a bad flavor of ice cream


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:53 pm 133

I like avocado gelato!


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:54 pm 134
In response to Suzanne @ 120

Kelly’s tongue is in one of my torture chambers with VELVET!


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:55 pm 135
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 133

garlic *homer simpson drooling noise*


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:55 pm 136
In response to Suzanne @ 135

excellent with roast beef!


Suzanne | Tuesday June 1, 2010 09:58 pm 137

lisa, your tuesday nite posts are always such fun… from crazy cat lady to ice cream.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday June 1, 2010 10:01 pm 138

It’s sooo much fun to chat away with everyone…you all make it awesome.


Kelly Canfield | Tuesday June 1, 2010 10:03 pm 139
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 134

Too late, Ethel!

The iSvengaliApp says “One Sorta Good…One Pure Evil”


fatster | Tuesday June 1, 2010 10:56 pm 140
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 115

I’ll be darned. Seems it was an actor named Ben Cooper. Thnx!


dosido | Wednesday June 2, 2010 09:36 am 141

LOL, Dennis Hopper as beatnik in a polo shirt!! I’d love to ask him about the conversation in the wardrobe department…great scene. thanks for sharing it.

As for Cat Lady, I guess I’ll quote DH’s buddy, Jack Nicholson “sell crazy someplace else, we’re all stocked up here”.


fatster | Wednesday June 2, 2010 11:02 pm 142
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 115

Hopper did a wonderful film about Robert Rauschenberg. You might want to check it out. LINK.


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