Sunday, November 2, 2008

Television Debut

No Hollywood screen test for me, but the dogs looked great. In fact, when they heard themselves on TV, they all had to voice their opinions. Plus, the cool action shots reminded me of better days.

xoxoxoxoxo

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Only a true friend would get up @6:30 on a Sun. to watch---but it was well worth it. You looked beautiful and the doggies were beyond adorable!! I don't think your Dr. is as handsome as you have described him but I'm glad to hear he is taking such good care of you and is so prominent in his field.
Will see you soon.
Roberto
XXXOOO

Lenore and Scott said...

Thanks to Lucas we are up at 6am every day, so we were able to watch. You looked great and of course the doglets were adorable. Even saw John in there. I hope each day is bringing you closer to 'normal,' which like everything seems to have varying degrees. Can we have your autograph?

Betsy said...

I think your am film debut was fab. We may watch it over again with popcorn! Lindsay was so impressed with the doc's info, he wants to partcipate in the St. Joseph run next week, so we will see you there.

Steve Beagle said...

Wow - Ali & John, time to give up your day jobs and hit primetime. I will put into a call to my friend Lorne Michaels and see who he can connect me with.. I am thinking a pilot based on the wild times of split personality dachsunds as influenced by some really cool progressive thinking bohemian, intelligent humans spearheaded by Elyse, John and Brent. You looked great Elyse and all part of your journey to accept, understand and pay it forward. Keep up the awesome work.. LH&P Steve and Family

Bridgette said...

I couldn't see it--being from Utah and all. Is their a web link on the internet that I can go too? I feel like I totally missed out. B

Chris Cleary said...

I'm sorry I've been pronouncing your name incorrectly all these years.

Forrest said...

Thanks to my DVR I saw your TV debut. You did a good job and looked well.

Steve Beagle said...

Some leftovers from Halloween to make you smile ... LH&P Ali -- The Beagles

Tonight’s the night kids go through the neighborhood asking for handouts — the same thing Wall Street did a few months ago.

I saw the scariest costume — one kid was dressed as a 401(k).

Two kids came together to my house. One was dressed as Mickey Mouse, while the other was dressed as an ACORN volunteer trying to register him to vote.

Barack Obama took his kids out for Halloween . . . but he only let them take candy from households making over $250,000 a year.

Set your clocks back an hour this weekend. I’m thinking, great idea — if there’s one thing we need it’s an extra hour of 2008.

President Bush has already set the clocks back — to 1929, thank you.

Everyone’s getting into the Halloween spirit. The Democratic candidate changed his name to “Barack o’ Lantern.”

I like bobbing for apples on Halloween. Or as Dick Cheney calls it, “apple-boarding.”

Barack Obama made a special stop in Chicago today so he could see his daughters in their Halloween costumes. Apparently Obama’s daughters wanted to be a princess and a fairy — but he made them dress up as “hope” and “change.”

Today on “The View,” all the hosts came dressed as U.S. presidents. The last time the ladies of “The View” did this, Star Jones dressed up as a joint session of Congress.

It was reported today that 33 million people saw Barack Obama’s infomercial. As a result, John McCain is thinking of making one too, but his is for Craftmatic Adjustable Beds.

Oprah Winfrey says she plans to attend Barack Obama’s election night rally in Chicago. So win or lose, Obama is going home with a new car.

John McCain is having trouble getting crowds at his speeches. He bused in 400 school kids to fill the stands recently. It backfired though — the kids wanted to know why Santa was so angry.

Don’t forget to turn your clocks back. It’s the end of Daylight Savings. That’s too bad — that’s all the saving most Americans have now.

Last year for Halloween I was a banana. I actually got a job offer from Fruit of the Loom.

It’s Halloween. There’s a tradition that newscasters dress up for Halloween. I think it started in the ‘60s with Walter Cronkite — he dressed up in a sexy nurse costume.

The top political costume this year is Sarah Palin. Palin’s campaign had to put out a special warning — they told the traveling press corps, “Don’t dress up as an animal. She might shoot you.”

Sarah Palin found the cutest Little Mermaid costume at Bergdorf’s for only $8,500. It’s made out of real dolphin.

John McCain says that Joe the plumber is his role model. He wants to take him with him if he gets into the White House. That’s not a bad idea — they’ll need someone to install safety rails on the White House toilets.

Rachel said...

Is it posted on you tube ? :-)
xxoo
p.s. Go Obama!!

Anonymous said...

Elyse,
I hope you are feeling better today and that your fever is gone. I did not know that you were going to be on tv. Hopefully Liz and Neil have a copy we can watch. We love the little dog you left for us. I have it on my desk and it always makes me smile. We are up to 3 weiner dogs now and if poop/wee and household destruction were not an issue, we'd have more. Among my many faults is poor communication, but I want you to know that we think of you and your family often and get updates through the family. You have an inner strength and spunky attitude that inspires us all. Love, Catherine and Randy

Lenore and Scott said...

do you think the new "first dog" will be a Dachshund?