Suicide Is Painless
It's the Christmas season and the time of wishes for peace on Earth
and goodwill towards men. We here at RTC collectively share the
feeling that it would be so much easier if there were a lot less
men to wish goodwill towards. Thus, we present our most hearth-
warming suicide notices of the month.
Jay Moloney - 1 Less Superagent
Anybody who didn't see the hanging of this ex-Scorsese/Spielberg
agent coming is either blind or didn't read the mid '90's issue
of PREMIERE detailing his Dennis Hopper-like drug appetite. Our
favorite actual quote from his obituary comes from a "freind"-"He
seemed fine, but.....who really knows?"
We'll see how bullet-proof Herr Arnold's career is when he stars
in Andrew (The Fugitive) Davis' anti-terrorist bombast, Collateral
Damage. Our question: Why is he still Andrew (The Fugitive)
Davis and not Andrew (Steal Big, Steal Little) Davis or Andrew
(Chain Reaction) Davis?
Although the French got to see it at Cannes, we'll have to wait
until April to see The Virgin Suicides, Sofia Coppola's debut
BEHIND the camera. We can only wait for her inevitable follow-up,
Cheesy Poofs To Be Served At Funeral
The actress who provided voices for most of South Park's
female characters has committed suicide at her home in Los Angeles.
Australian site Undercover reports that Mary Kay Bergman, 38, who
sometimes used the pseudonym Shannen Cassidy for her work, was found
dead last Thursday (November 11).
Bergman is known to thousands as the voice of Mrs. Cartman, Kenny
and Stan's moms Wendy Testaburger, Mayor Mc Daniels, Nurse Golem
to name just a few, and her voice also featured in The Phantom
Menace, Deep Blue Sea and Black Beauty. Before
her death Bergman enthused about South Park creators Trey
Parker and Matt Stone, saying, "They're amazing! I feel lucky to
be working with them."*
*Report "borrowed" from some British
website. Screw 'em!