About time Hollywood addressed Quaker discrimination
Mike and Chris are talking movies, specifically Best Picture winners.
Mike just said he thought "Gentleman's Agreement" was about Quakers.
I have no idea where that came from, but I found it very amusing.
And Chris just called Emile Zola "Emily" Zola.
I love this job.
Did I mention I've seen all 80 Best Picture winners?
I am going to go back to my boring newspaper column now.
(UPDATE: I think they just mixed up "Three Faces of Eve" and "All About Eve" and a movie that doesn't exist called "Five Faces of Eve" but I just don't know anymore. It's all a blur now. I have to stop.)
(ANOTHER UPDATE: Chris called "Patton" a George C. Scott "farce" and "Gone With the Wind" a Vivien Leigh "farce." Did he mean "tour de force?" I don't know.)