Annie: Mrs. Burbridge, would you come over here for a moment? Has it *escaped your attention* that these children have head to toe poison oak?
Adele Burbridge: Well no, I… well yes, but…
Annie: But WHAT? My children are in need of medical assistance! And you can sit here and smugly lecture me on the importance of tests? Tests which exist to pigeonhole childrens potential, a thing which cannot possibly be measured, least of all by anal compulsive HUNS! And my husband may be a “large child,” but that’s none of your business! And my children may be rotten, but they’re MINE. And I think that they’re bright, and sensitive, so I have no doubts whatsoever about their intelligence. I do however have serious doubts about YOURS.
Happy 74th birthday to Goldie Hawn!!!
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Well, this week has been going by fast! We have arrived to the final blog-a-thon day. You can go back and check out the posts from DAY 1 and DAY 2.
I would like to thank everybody who participated. This was my first time hosting a blog-a-thon, so I appreciate everybody who took time to take part in this awesome event.
And I would like to send a special Thank You to my co-host, the lovely Realweegiemidget Reviews!!!
If anybody would still like to submit an article or podcast about Kurt Russell, I will add it to the end of today’s list, so it is still not too late.
Now, let’s move on to today’s posts.
First up, is another review of The Mean Season by No Nonsense with Nuwan Sen. This one is better and more insightful than mine!
Next up is The UN-Titled Blog with his awesome tribute to Kurt Russell, as the International Treasure that he is in a number of his movies
Next up Shameless Pile of Stuff tells us of Kurt Russell’s romantic comedy Overboard (1987), the only movie version that Return to the 80s recognizes.
My friend Vinnie h tells us his take on Escape from New York (1981)
And Movie Rob shares his final post on Stargate (1994)
Taking Up Room joins us with her views on Soldier (1998)
Thoughts All Sorts tells us her thoughts on Kurt Russell in Tombstone (1993) – one of my favorite Kurt Russell movies
Le from Critica Retro goes way back with Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
I’ll be adding posts as I get them so keep tuning in Kurt Russell lovers….
Annie: I don’t belong here, I feel it, don’t you think I feel it. I can’t do any of these vile things and I wouldn’t WANT to. Oh, my life is like death. My children are the spawn of hell, and you’re the devil. Oh God.
Dean Proffitt: But baby, we LIKE you.
Dean Proffitt: You know what your problem is? You are so goddamn bored, you have to invent things to bitch about! You don’t have a single thing to do on this earth except for your hair! The closet was fine, you just needed something to fill up your useless, nail-polishing, toe-polishing, rich bitch, sun-tanning days!
Annie: Tell me something about my life, Dean, something not horrible.
Dean Proffitt: Well uh… yeah, there was that time you were working at Burger Boy, and this kid started choking on a French fry, and everybody in the place panicked, including me, except you, you knew exactly what to do. You ran over to the kid and you gave him that Heimlech, you know,
Dean Proffitt: and puh! The kid puked up the fry and they named you Burger Boy employee of the month. They put your picture above the cash register and everything.
Question: In the movie Overboard, how does Dean (Kurt Russell) prove that he can identify Joanna (Goldie Hawn)?
Last Question: Which singer performed the vocals for ‘The Love Boat’ from 1977 to 1985?
A. Jack Jones
B. Robert Goulet
C. Tom Jones
D. Wayne Newton
Answer: Jack Jones
Jack Jones was a popular singer in the ’60s. In a time when Rock and Roll was taking the world by storm, Jones performed with the Big Band/Vocalist sound – and was successful. He would go on to change his appearance from the smooth club entertainer of the 1960s Las Vegas scene to the long-haired singer of the early seventies. He performed “The Love Boat” theme, and then recorded a disco version of the song for his 1979 album Nobody Does it Better. Since 1980, Jones has recorded only a handful of albums.
Here is the opening theme of The Love Boat: