Jack Goes Confidential: DATE NIGHT dishes up sparks for dessert!

What would happen if two of today’s hottest TV actors–Steve Carell and Tina Fey—were to step back in time and do a Steve Martin/Goldie Hawn tribute movie?

Or dare I suggest,

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7 Responses to Jack Goes Confidential: DATE NIGHT dishes up sparks for dessert!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Jack…I really like the cast. How is K.Wiig? She could be the funniest lady of all time.
    Would you of ever bet Carell would of gone from Anchorman to $20 million man.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like a fun movie. We’re going to see it Saturday night.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The STAR’s review was very negative on this movie. But USA TODAY loved it. You seemed to think it was above average for its type.
    I’ve always respected your opinions above those of the KC STAR so I’ll let you know if your streak continues after we see it this weekend.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Almost forgot to ask what is Lenexa Beige?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Tracy in Shawnee
    Lenexa Beige is the color of virtually home in Johnson County. It means boring/safe/afraid to deviate from the norm. It’s the choice of Stepford Wives and every homes association out here.

    Then often the Lenexa Beige housewife puts a concrete duck at the front of the house. If you don’t believe me, drive by Annabeth Surbaugh’s house in OP. She’s chairman– and lame duck–(quack quack) of the Board of County Commissioners, soon to be defeated by the wooden Indian, Ed Eilert. And natch, Annabeth lives the JoCo life to the max: in a house painted Lenexa Beige, with a duck at the front stoop, and some lame and boring Hobby Lobby wreath on the door.

  6. Anonymous says:

    That’s funny, Tracy. You shoul’ve written the screenplay for this movie.

  7. Anonymous says:

    You win again. We went to see it last night and agree with your review. So thanks Jack.

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