I’m not one of those people who falls in love with celebrities I don’t have a hope of meeting. And I can’t ever remember developing a crush on a movie star or a sports star or . . . writer/director.
BUT, the more I watch and read the works of Chuck Lorre, the more I think he and I could have some very interesting conversations. We are cut from similar cloth, mentally speaking. And he’s kinda handsome . . .
I recently discovered that Chuck has been writing “vanity cards,” which are, in fact, commentaries he has been including in the closing credits of his TV programs, like Two and a Half Men. I had never noticed them as they rolled by on the screen. I mean, who reads the closing credits, anyway?
Chuck has been offering his thoughts on all manner of things — I wonder why he doesn’t start blog writing . . .
Anyway, I did find myself fantasizing about going to dinner with him the other day, and talking about the meaning of life and such. Of course, we were going dutch . . .
They are only there for a second and you have to pause to read them. In the trade they are called a signature where the producer usually puts their logo. We only watch one Chuck Lorre show – “The Big Bang Theory” mostly because we see ourselves at that age. Come to think of it, that’s the only sitcom we watch.