Tuesday, September 25, 2007

They found the body by the BLANK


Brett Somers passed recently, it seems as if we were just mourning Charles Nelson Reilly.

Someone check on Marcia Wallace and make sure she's OK.


By the way, YES, the rumors are true.

I'm finally having sex in Hudson.....

And then last weekend, they found his body by the gym.

Well, if you say you're going to call, then call.....and then I'll let you live.

Plus, he was a Linda Mussman supporter....one less vote. I do what I can.


We're not going to STOP having sex just because he's dead....a dead body is actually better than most of what you'll find in Hudson.

At least he doesn't talk too much.



Is everyone going to Artswalk this weekend?

You must attend the Pocketbook Factory event on Saturday. It is THE event in town.

The Artists’ Reception. An opening day celebration. Meet the artists from the shows and enjoy refreshments from 5:30pm to 8:00pm at the Pocketbook Factory, Washington & Prospect Streets at 6th Street. Free admission.

And there's an Eat for Art event on Friday night.

Which costs $125/person. It's in the Cannonball Factory.

It's really the most expensive meal you're going to have in Hudson, North of Warren Street.....and outside of Mexican Radio.

In memorandum of Ms. Somers, let's watch the following clip.



18 comments:

Agnes said...

Actually Trixie they try to hit you up for a $10 donation at the Pocketbook Factory party. It's worth it!

But sneaking in without paying is totally doable. You didn't hear it from me though...

Anonymous said...

Take the tip from Agnes and just walk on in, bypassing the donation table. Last year there was hundreds of people there - with NO restroom facility ! What was up with that ?

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Hudson had a Cannonball Factory. Is it still in use?

I knew all about the Thumbscrew Plant, and the Iodine Brewery, and the Nuclear Holocaust Laboratory... is there some sort of Hudson thread going on here?

Anonymous said...

"The Artists’ Reception. An opening day celebration. Meet the artists from the shows and enjoy refreshments..."

Let's rephrase. How about, "Have a few drinks, and cruise the hotties."

Agnes said...

Oh no!

I just heard about Alice Ghostley, "Aunt Esmerelda"!

sniff sniff sniff

Anonymous said...

Um...

They found the body by the ABSENTEE BALLOT TALLY!

Anonymous said...

Born as Audrey Johnston in New Brunswick, Canada, she grew up near Portland, Maine. She ran away from home at age 17 and moved to New York City to pursue a career in acting. There she settled in the infamous Greenwich Village! She changed her first name to "Brett" after the lead female character in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises, and the surname "Somers" was her mother's maiden name.

Anonymous said...

Trixie, is Marcia Wallace OK? Call Richard Dawson next to see if he feels fine...

Anonymous said...

The black and white photo with the axe... that's one of the waitresses at the Red Dot, right?

Anonymous said...

The "Artists Reception" -- why did they hold it at the rental furniture warehouse again?

Anonymous said...

They held it at the Pocketbook Factory because the Popsicle Factory was booked already.

Anonymous said...

Marcia Wallace is best known for her roles as Carol Kester Bondurant, the receptionist for Bob Newhart (and dentist Jerry) on the television series The Bob Newhart Show, and as the voice of Edna Krabappel on the animated series The Simpsons, for which she won an Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 1992. She was an occasional celebrity panelist on Match Game and played "Mrs. Carruthers" in a few episodes of the ABC sitcom Full House. She also played the maid on the short-lived TV series That's My Bush!, and appeared in episode #227 of Bewitched ("Laugh, Clown, Laugh"), as Darrin's secretary, in 1971. She is a Delta Zeta alumna, Delta Nu chapter.

She is alive.

Anonymous said...

Is it my imagination, or was someone at the end of the bar at Stray wearing Brett Sommers' glasses this past Saturday night?

Anonymous said...

It just hit me that "Artswalk" sounds a lot like "AIDSWalk"... a completely different agenda...

Too many overlapping events, and perhaps not enough good art. I think a lot of the whole shebang could be reconsidered.

Like, why not have the $50 postcard event as a seperate function? It's a great idea, but it got lost last weekend.

But props to everyone involved, it must be a huge amount of work for everyone to carry off. Many thanks.

North Fifth Street said...

"Brett Somers was best known as the caustic, irreverent center panelist on the hit 70's game show Match Game, where she appeared along with stars like Charles Nelson Reilly, Gene Rayburn, Betty White and best friend Marcia Wallace."

Oh no! Someone check on BETTY WHITE!

Anonymous said...

Accorcing to deadoraliveinfo.com, both Sue Ann Niven and Rose Nylund are ALIVE.

Thank god! Now we just have to cast her...

Anonymous said...

OK, Betty White can be the head of the League of Women Voters... the nice lady that keeps yelling "Shut up!" at Mussmann when the candidates run over their time allotment during the debates...

Plus, Betty White likes cats, and Tippy says we need more a lot more cats in Hudson, and on this blog especially.

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