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Thursday · April 14 2005

Stace and I saw Fever Pitch last night. The Farrelly brothers comedy is the story of a boy, his unhealthy obsessions and the girl who loves him anyway/because of it. Sound familiar? Throw in Boston, baseball, and a Nick Hornby inspired script and we have our favorite movie in months. I'll own this the first day it comes out on DVD — repeat watch.

On the ride home, we were behind a car with a sole bumpersticker: A great ass is meant to be seen…and not heard. When you're peeling the backing off that sticker, what are you thinking about? Did you buy it? Gift from a friend? Why don't you have any other stickers on the back of your car? Just starting the collection?

Archived: Watch » April 2005
What you had to say:
April 14 2005

I refuse to see Fever Pitch because:

a) the whole "running onto the field after the world series" issue

b) it was already made into a pretty decent movie with Colin Firth that obviously resembled the book a bit more. "It's not the smoking

c) I've had enough Red Sox Nation mythology for one lifetime, thank you.

April 14 2005

I refuse to see Fever Pitch because:

a) the whole "running onto the field after the world series" issue

b) it was already made into a pretty decent movie with Colin Firth that obviously resembled the book a bit more. "It's not the smoking Steve, it's the crapness."

c) I've had enough Red Sox Nation mythology for one lifetime, thank you.

© 2005 Jason Keglovitz