"Do not make permanent decisions on the basis of temporary emotions."
I also have to say that I love the song at the end of this episode. "Where Do the Children Play?" by Cat Stevens. It's the first cut on Tea for Tillerman. I picked this album up about 6 months ago. It's great. And this particular song, which is not represented on the Cat's greatest hits album, has become my favorite.
And you know what?First of all, it DOES still count. The use of Repetition at the end of the clip emphasizes this important point. Second, Dodgeball IS layered and it WAS made like that. Finally, a question. Harrogate off the top of his head cannot remember in what movie Stiller kissed Drew Berrymore. Anyone?
Click here for answer to question #3.
Thanks, Oxy. This is a movie Harrogate needs to see.
Oxy, thanks for using my newly minted tag line!
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