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No offense, men of Eastern North Carolina, but dating is scary enough “I definitely assume everyone is a Republican,” Becky, a year-old You will inevitably run into an ex, or many, at one of the town's three main bars. There was the young Marine who did an exaggerated double take before telling. You don't trust your old man? You ungrateful milkshake. Why don't we double- date? Then the restaurant will have to give us that booth. Wow. "The Old Man and the Key" is the thirteenth episode of season But Marge dreams up the idea of a double-date at the drive-in movie theater. As the date.
Stone gave him several plane tickets, a list of contacts and told him to do his own research. A commercially successful film adaptation of Bram Stoker 's novel it was a box office success worldwide. He was considered for two roles in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fictionbut neither were realised.
Jackson while TriStar executives recommended him for drug dealer Lance portrayed by Eric Stoltz. The Professionalhe played corrupt DEA officer Norman Stansfieldwhich has since been named by multiple publications as one of the best villains in cinema.
He portrayed another historical figure, Pontius Pilatein Jesus Oldman was considered for the role of Morpheus in The Matrix. Oldman received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for his performance, although some claimed he was dissatisfied with DreamWorks ' supposed editing of the film to reflect pro- Democratic leanings.
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These reports were declared "sloppy sensationalism " by his manager, Douglas Urbanskiwho said that Oldman was "the least political person I know". He stressed that neither he nor Oldman had made the statements attributed to them, that they had "produced this film, every last cut and frame", and that DreamWorks "did not influence the final cut or have anything to do with it.
He reportedly spent six hours per day in the make-up room to achieve the character's hideously disfigured appearance. Oldman is uncredited in the film, reportedly over a dispute regarding top billing, which was going to co-stars Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore.
Even though Vitti received sole credit for writing the song, parts of the lyrics were written by Simpsons writer Carolyn Ominewhich were then revised by fellow writer Matt Selman. T ; he stated that whenever he feels down, he thinks of that rhyme and that it "boosts [him] up inside.
American comedian Bill Saluga also makes an appearance, as his television character Ray J.
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The owner of the minivan is portrayed by series regular Hank Azariawho imitated the voice of Clark Gable for the character. At the beginning of the episode, Homer is excited about the start of the XFL season, unaware that the "X" didn't stand for anything and that the league itself had folded.
A scene in the episode shows Grandpa wearing a zoot suita suit popular in the s. When Grandpa and Zelda take off on one of their dates, three old men with long beards imitate ZZ Top as a short part of " Sharp Dressed Man " is played.
Grandpa's interaction with the "Souvenir Jackitos" in Apu's store mirrors a scene in the musical film West Side Storywith Grandpa and his friends taking the role of the Jets in the film, the "Souvenir Jackitos" as the Sharks, and Apu as Doc. The "Death race" on the other hand, is a reference to the drama film Rebel Without a Cause.Dating Outside Your Age Bracket - I Married an Older Man - AmandaMuse
The abandoned aqueductin which the death race takes place, is based on the Los Angeles River. It was another resident by the name of Stimson who actually passed on.
A short time later, a beautiful new resident, Zelda, moves in. Grampa is instantly smitten, but it soon becomes apparent that Zelda is more interested in Zack, an elderly man with a minivan.
At first, Homer is against the idea as it being too dangerous, but he eventually gives in and Grampa gets his license. When Grampa asks Homer if he can borrow the car for a hot date, Homer refuses, but Marge dreams up the idea of a double-date at a drive-in movie theater.
As the date gets underway, Grampa and Zelda make out in the back of the car.
Later, at the Kwik-E-Mart, Grampa and his elderly friends are confronted by a group of elderly Hispanic gentlemen, who challenged them to a death race. Furious by his betrayal, Homer forbids his own father to drive ever again.