Hello. I'm better than ever. I've been doing all sorts of things.
In addition to doing things, I also haven't been doing things. Under the haven't been doing things heading should fall TV watching. But I partly have been TV watching out of research, so I guess that would fall under doing things. ANYWAYZ.
A little while ago a plumber or someone came to work on junk in my house so I had to stay locked in a separate room with the dog to avoid destruction and mayhem and/or a light dog-biting.
So I'm trapped in a room with nothing to do but watch TV, so I'm watching a rerun of Sex and the City. I'm minding my own business when BLAMMO! Elizabeth Banks is there. She's a little chubbier around the face than she is now, but BLAMMO!
She's a good example to look to of how to be wonderful. She went from like 2 lines on Sex and the City to many lines dressed as a fancy clown in the Hunger Games.
Other great guest stars who went on to be big fat star stars? George Clooney. He played a plumber and a detective on The Facts of Life and The Golden Girls, respectively.
I've never gotten the big whoop about George, but I'm pretty jealous he got his start on 2 of the best shows ever to grace television.
Then there's the old Hamm Sandwich - Jon Hamm. I've noticed it before but here I notice it again: he pooped up on Gilmore Girls.
Lorelai found him boring and undatable because he was too rich and wanted to take her to see David Bowie. Lorelai is such a raging B. Whatevs. Her loss. He went on to be the crazy king of Madison Avenue, so whatevs, indeed.
Then there's Ben from Parks and Recreation. In Boy Meets World - BLAMMO! He got to go through two different hair styles!
I mean, I can't say going on to do Parks and Rec is a huge improvement since Boy Meets World was amazing and Parks and Rec is amazing. It was basically a lateral move.
Anyways. It's nice to know you can start as a guest star and graduate to star STAR. You should always be the star of your own life. And, preferably, the star of a television show.