um, two hours ago. Oops. So much for advance warning.
I've also been sighted recently on The Fine Living channel on the show "The Great Adventure", where a crew follows me and another woman around the jungles, valleys and mountains of Peru. There's a nice shot of me attempting a graceful backward's dive off a rope swing into piranha-infested water. When I first watched the show, I realized I didn't look that graceful. Also, I entered the water at a weird angle and nearly snapped by back in half. It was a little painful.
Next week keep your eyes peeled for a commercial I'm in. It's supposed to start airing soon. I want them to air it so much people get sick of me.
Quick thought about Wendy's. The commercial I'm in is for a new salad at Wendy's (or maybe it's not new--dunno). After I shot it, the news about a finger in a bowl of chile came out. I got a little scared. If that fingertip ruined any chance at getting residuals, I was gonna...well, probably go broke. But here's the thing about food scares at major eateries.
When you learn that a body part has been found in a restaurant's menu item, the smart thing to do is not AVOID said restaurant for fear of body parts popping up in your food, but to FREQUENT said restaurant and order the particular menu item yourself. You can be certain that management is going to check, doublecheck and triplecheck their chile. They might run it through a sieve before any order is served. In short, they will be hypervigilant in the face of a public relations disastor.
Meanwhile, other restaurants will have grown complacement. It's more likely a finger will turn up at another restaurant, one at which the staff isn't actively looking for body parts in the food. And if you're not actively looking for body parts in food, guess what might end up in the food? That's right. Body parts.
When the scandal hit, I immediately ran to the nearest Wendy's (La Brea and Sunset) and ordered two bowls of chile. They were good. I found one hair, but I guess that's normal. I certainly couldn't sue over it. Could I? Shoot. I hope I didn't miss an opportunity to sue. Oh well.
I have to go to bed now.