October 21, 2008

The Amazing Adventures of Mary Kate and Ashley.

Having grown out of my idolizing-a-child-star phase, my excitement about the Olsen twins and their projects has been dwindling.  I'm sorry, but after Two of A Kind, and that movie where they tried to find their dad a date by posting his personal ad on a billboard, I sort of didn't care about a clothing line.
It was nice.  But it was no madcap adventure.

But this could be:

KL: Maybe you'll stay inside with a baby. Do you want to get married? Children? Two perfect mums, yes?
[Mary-Kate and Ashley look at each other]
KL: Ah! Don't worry, you have time. You're young. Don't you want to get married?
MKO: I don't feel the need to get married. But Ashley wants children. I'll be a great aunt or godmother.
AO: To my child.
KL: [To Ashley] Are you planning?
AO: No. I don't even have a boyfriend. You have to plan that first, right? Figure that out first?
KL: If you get a boyfriend it doesn't mean that! Today you can have a baby first. If you want. I never liked the idea of a family at all. If it's a woman — it's more fun for a woman.

MKO: It can be dangerous when you're driving [in L.A.] particularly, because they follow you in cars and scooters. That's bad. That's not easy.
KL: I had two accidents where I fell asleep — after that I thought it was better that I don't drive. I'll get a driver. I'm a bad driver because I want to look there, there, and up there. I get bored easily — so twice I fall asleep and twice the car is destroyed … I had nothing [wrong] with me — but both cars were destroyed.

after that last bit, I'd say driving with Karl is a madcap adventure worthy of two people who saw a crime and therefore had to be relocated in the witness protection program, but because they kept blowing their cover they had to do it so many times that they ended up in Australia.