October 24, 2006
SHARON: You know something, Dennis?
DEMI: It's not Dennis, it's...
SHARON: MIMI. Right, that's what I said. You know what, Mimi? Working with you and Ernesto was just such a REAL experience...
DEMI: It's not Mimi, and it's not Ernesto, it's...
SHARON: EMILY. I knew it. So, Mimi, this guy, Emily, the one right here... THIS is the guy, you know?
EMILIO: Give it up, Demi. She smells like a frat party. I think she was wearing that tie on her head not too long ago.
DEMI: I just wish she'd brushed her hair. And her teeth.
SHARON: I just couldn't be more proud to be in Bruno, you know? It's about time somebody understood him -- such a wonderful actor, such a tragic early death. People with whatever he had? They are the true heroes.
EMILIO: The movie's called Bobby.
SHARON: That's what I said! Bobby! So tragic, the way he died, and then poof, he was in the shower because it was all a dream that Pam had! Society needs this movie right now. We need to understand so that we can heal.
DEMI: That was a TV show... Were you even invited here?
SHARON: I think that Linus Lohan boy was so good in the part, too. He is dreamy, and I think he has a line on some Percocet. I'm single now -- what do you think? Wouldn't we be just deliciously randy together?
EMILIO: Linus wasn't... I mean, Lindsay... I mean, it's not Dallas. I think you did too many kegstands.
SHARON: That should be your next movie, Emily. Miller. The story of a man who created something legendary, who dared to dream of fermented hops and barley. Something we all just want to dive into and stay there, bathing and swimming in a wet coccoon of wheat, you know? It's important. I'll play the keg. You could put Mimi and her son in it. What's his name? Ashton?
DEMI: Well, yes, actually, but he's not my ... you know what? Forget it. That's close enough. Now I need a beer.