But his red herring plan backfires when Martha gets down
on one knee and proposes to him instead.
I've done the fighting with these type of weapons before, but he really gets down
to the nitty-gritty, the fundamental of the thing, so I can really excel at it,'' said Chang, who will wield both the rapier and dagger in the play.
I could give you a scene-by-scene analysis of The Monkey's Mask script, extol the virtues of Porter as the lesbian detective lead, or even tell you how the production design relies primarily on black, white, red, and orange hues, but I know that none of that will really matter once you react the following sentence: Kelly McGillis, a lesbian icon since gossip of a possible relationship between her and Jodie Foster off the set of the 1988 film The Accused, is finally starring in a lesbian-themed film and repeatedly gets down
, dirty, and naked with another woman on-screen.
Thus Ken Siman, author of the novel Pizza Face, gets down
and dirty, braving painful high-school trauma material and fresh embarrassment to embark upon the cleverly entitled The Beauty Trip, in which he asks an admirably wide and elegant range of professional beauties and beauty hadlers, just what is the deal.
What it gets down
to, he says, is that someone is going to make the rules.
EASTENDERS' Alfie Moon fancies double trouble and strife - as he gets down
on bended knee to ask wife Kat to renew their vows.
It's sad that it gets down
to a controversy between faiths,'' he said.
At first I thought, OK, I feel like I can do this," he recalls, "but when she gets down
on the ice and bumps it with her pelvis, throwing her head back to the beat--it was a little raw for them
A review of his friend Jane Freilicher, for example, never really gets down
to the business of criticism, instead praising the artist's "deep affection for all bumbling things.
At the click of a mouse, dancing Drew gets down
to the latest hip-hop moves while donning the hottest reggae gear.
Every local campaign gets down
to one issue and that's public safety,'' said council candidate Steve Knight, a Los Angeles police officer and son of the late state Sen.