I just wanted you to know that I think you are handsome and sexy and funny and quirky and I have the HUGEST crush on you. I think about you all the time. I'm just too shy to tell you. Have a great day.
Is this Emma Thompson? It is, isn’t it? It’s ok - I know you’re super-famous and can’t reveal yourself. So I’m just gonna print this and cross out “Anonymous” and write “Emma Thompson” and hang it on my fridge.
I don’t know why more of my nerd peeps aren’t talking about Dirk Gently, but I think it’s a fucking delightful programme.
[ That being said, I think you have to approach it as “inspired by” the original Adams books, rather than looking for a true adaptation. Also, I had always wished to write and direct a feature film of The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul with Nick Frost in the lead, but I guess that’s not gonna happen now. ]
HANCOCK: Great document here, Tom. But I’d really like to see something about a social safety net and universal healthcare for all colonials.
JEFFERSON: Um, yeah. Well, um, me and the guys were talking about that, but then Ben asked how we’d pay for it, and I suggested a Powdered Wig Tax, but they all laughed at me and said it was unfair to the wealthy landowners. So we decided to just punt it down the road for a couple hundred years.
HANCOCK: Fine, then. Let’s move on to the slavery issue.