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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 2 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 3 00:00:43,826 --> 00:00:46,394 [dog barking] 4 00:00:46,394 --> 00:00:48,178 [sniffling] 5 00:00:51,964 --> 00:00:53,966 - Come on, sweetie... 6 00:00:56,317 --> 00:00:59,189 - Can't believe this bullshit! - Diane, please. 7 00:00:59,189 --> 00:01:01,191 - All he ever did was yell at you. 8 00:01:01,191 --> 00:01:03,933 You're not fast enough, you're too afraid to get into the corners. 9 00:01:03,933 --> 00:01:06,501 You're a wimp! That's all he ever said. - Diane! 10 00:01:06,501 --> 00:01:07,806 That's enough! 11 00:01:14,161 --> 00:01:15,597 - Wake up, stupid! 12 00:01:15,597 --> 00:01:17,251 Right now, he's drunk in some bar 13 00:01:17,251 --> 00:01:19,470 a thousand miles away, and he's not coming back! 14 00:01:19,470 --> 00:01:21,472 - Diane! I said enough! 15 00:01:22,865 --> 00:01:24,171 - I miss him. 16 00:01:29,915 --> 00:01:32,092 - I wish you would stop being so tough on her. 17 00:01:32,092 --> 00:01:34,355 - Gimme a break, Mom. She's 18, okay? 18 00:01:34,355 --> 00:01:36,357 She's got no dad, I'vegot no dad, 19 00:01:36,357 --> 00:01:39,099 and you've got no husband. So what else is new? 20 00:01:48,369 --> 00:01:52,068 [horn blaring] - Come on, guys! Let's do it! All right! 21 00:01:53,069 --> 00:01:54,853 - Go guys! Whooo! 22 00:02:01,033 --> 00:02:04,820 [excerpt from Verdi's La Traviata] 23 00:02:21,489 --> 00:02:23,752 - Hey! Say cheese! 24 00:02:59,918 --> 00:03:01,311 [whistling blowing] 25 00:03:10,320 --> 00:03:13,018 - My guests today are Bernie Placek 26 00:03:13,018 --> 00:03:15,499 and Stan Vronik of the Lion's Club. 27 00:03:15,499 --> 00:03:17,936 So, you guys gave away 28 00:03:17,936 --> 00:03:21,549 your annual athletic achievement award last week. 29 00:03:21,549 --> 00:03:23,246 - Uh-huh. - Yes. 30 00:03:23,246 --> 00:03:24,508 - And... 31 00:03:24,508 --> 00:03:26,118 this year's recipient was... 32 00:03:26,815 --> 00:03:28,991 Cornwall collegiate vocational's 33 00:03:28,991 --> 00:03:31,254 big number 17... 34 00:03:31,254 --> 00:03:33,604 left-winger Tina Menzhal? 35 00:03:33,604 --> 00:03:35,215 [clearing throat] - Yes. 36 00:03:36,564 --> 00:03:39,784 - And she's the daughter of Merak Menzhal, 37 00:03:39,784 --> 00:03:43,266 who used to be with the Aces, right? 38 00:03:43,266 --> 00:03:45,355 And you guys brought some videotape of the event, 39 00:03:45,355 --> 00:03:47,357 so why don't we look at it now? 40 00:03:47,357 --> 00:03:51,535 Here we see Tina coming out of the school. 41 00:03:51,535 --> 00:03:53,842 Unfortunately there's no sound. 42 00:03:53,842 --> 00:03:55,757 Right guys? - No. 43 00:03:55,757 --> 00:03:57,454 - You didn't switch on the mike? 44 00:03:58,368 --> 00:03:59,717 - No... - No. 45 00:04:01,589 --> 00:04:03,678 - Here she is coming home. 46 00:04:05,419 --> 00:04:09,814 She's obviously very happy. She's very happy. 47 00:04:11,163 --> 00:04:13,557 As she should be, very happy. 48 00:04:13,557 --> 00:04:15,820 And there's her mother, very proud! 49 00:04:15,820 --> 00:04:17,387 - Oh yeah! - Yes. 50 00:04:17,953 --> 00:04:19,868 - And her sister. 51 00:04:19,868 --> 00:04:21,609 Somebody told me she wants to be 52 00:04:21,609 --> 00:04:24,133 some kind of a scientist? - Yeah. 53 00:04:24,133 --> 00:04:26,091 She's the one with the brains. 54 00:04:26,831 --> 00:04:30,487 [pop music] 55 00:04:32,097 --> 00:04:34,186 - Oh yeah! Oh yeah! That was Too Many Cooks! 56 00:04:34,186 --> 00:04:37,929 That was their latest! Follow me! Is this band hot? I think so! 57 00:04:37,929 --> 00:04:40,367 Now talking to Michelle Walker from the Icon modeling agency. 58 00:04:40,367 --> 00:04:42,630 Who's brought us some pictures of new hot things! 59 00:04:42,630 --> 00:04:44,545 Who's this face, Michelle? How's it going? What's up? 60 00:04:44,545 --> 00:04:47,156 Come on! Tell us about this! This is the new hot thing? 61 00:04:47,156 --> 00:04:50,246 - Well, this picture was sent to us, believe it or not, 62 00:04:50,246 --> 00:04:53,336 by a sports photographer from Cornwall. 63 00:04:53,336 --> 00:04:55,251 - You're kidding me? - No, I'm not. 64 00:04:55,251 --> 00:04:58,733 - And, like, you pay finder's fee for a girl like this! 65 00:04:58,733 --> 00:05:01,126 - Yeah, we do. Mm-hmm. Of course. 66 00:05:02,693 --> 00:05:05,479 - Well, they began by offering me 250 bucks. 67 00:05:05,479 --> 00:05:08,046 Which was... disappointing. 68 00:05:08,046 --> 00:05:10,222 - Well, what were you hoping for? 69 00:05:10,222 --> 00:05:13,356 - I told them I heard stories about how some guys were getting, 70 00:05:13,356 --> 00:05:15,271 like, three percent of all the girls' earnings 71 00:05:15,271 --> 00:05:17,317 for five years; something like that. 72 00:05:17,317 --> 00:05:19,406 - And what was their reaction? 73 00:05:20,363 --> 00:05:21,930 - They laughed. 74 00:05:21,930 --> 00:05:24,106 - Okay, all right. So this girl comes to town 75 00:05:24,106 --> 00:05:25,499 and we wanna cover this story! 76 00:05:25,499 --> 00:05:26,935 Now would somebody please explain to me 77 00:05:26,935 --> 00:05:28,980 why every cameraman in this joint 78 00:05:28,980 --> 00:05:31,287 is ready to kill his own mother to get that assignment? 79 00:05:31,287 --> 00:05:33,811 What's your problem? Okay, so she's gonna become a model! 80 00:05:33,811 --> 00:05:37,119 Big deal! What's your problem, boys? Grow up! I'm not pretty enough for you? 81 00:05:37,119 --> 00:05:39,817 Anyways, Benoit won the dogfight and here's what he brought back. 82 00:05:39,817 --> 00:05:41,253 Have a look! 83 00:05:41,819 --> 00:05:44,387 ♪ Come on and follow me to the other side ♪ 84 00:05:44,387 --> 00:05:47,390 ♪ Come on and follow me to the other side ♪ 85 00:05:47,390 --> 00:05:50,219 ♪ Come on and follow me to the other side ♪ 86 00:05:50,219 --> 00:05:53,309 ♪ Come on and follow me to the other side ♪ 87 00:05:53,309 --> 00:05:55,311 ♪ Yeah 88 00:05:58,575 --> 00:06:01,143 - Yes, Philippe, I know you don't detest, Philippe. 89 00:06:01,143 --> 00:06:03,885 I know this! Listen, Michelle thinks we have something here. 90 00:06:03,885 --> 00:06:07,236 I think we have something here. Do you understand what I'm saying? 91 00:06:07,236 --> 00:06:09,717 You don't want me to send this girl to somebody else... 92 00:06:09,717 --> 00:06:12,372 You gotta trust me on this one, Philippe. Am I getting through, here? 93 00:06:12,372 --> 00:06:14,417 You want to test this girl... 94 00:06:14,417 --> 00:06:15,810 Tina. 95 00:06:16,767 --> 00:06:18,769 - What are you going to do to her? 96 00:06:18,769 --> 00:06:20,684 - You got to wash and polish her. 97 00:06:20,684 --> 00:06:23,687 Make her... Make her shine. 98 00:06:24,688 --> 00:06:26,473 It's a sizeable investment. 99 00:06:27,561 --> 00:06:29,650 - You think she's worth it? - Oh yeah... 100 00:06:30,172 --> 00:06:32,435 The world always needs another blonde. 101 00:06:32,435 --> 00:06:34,045 - She's not blonde. 102 00:06:34,524 --> 00:06:36,352 - On the outside. 103 00:06:37,092 --> 00:06:39,921 [techno music] 104 00:06:44,752 --> 00:06:46,623 - I have a tattoo. 105 00:06:46,623 --> 00:06:50,061 - Let me see. 106 00:06:50,061 --> 00:06:51,541 Anything else I should know about? 107 00:06:51,541 --> 00:06:53,064 - No. 108 00:06:53,064 --> 00:06:54,892 - Take off your bra, please. 109 00:07:01,899 --> 00:07:03,423 Is this God's work? 110 00:07:04,467 --> 00:07:05,642 - Mm-hmm. 111 00:07:06,556 --> 00:07:08,558 - I hate God. 112 00:07:12,606 --> 00:07:16,305 - Marek was 18 when he escaped from the Iron Curtain. 113 00:07:16,305 --> 00:07:18,263 He was a very good hockey player 114 00:07:18,263 --> 00:07:21,005 but, for some reason, he wasn't able to make it to the show. 115 00:07:21,005 --> 00:07:22,442 We went everywhere... 116 00:07:22,442 --> 00:07:25,401 Halifax, Indianapolis, 117 00:07:26,054 --> 00:07:27,838 Tulsa, Charlotte... 118 00:07:28,535 --> 00:07:30,450 And then here. 119 00:07:30,450 --> 00:07:32,887 - Sounds like a tough life. 120 00:07:32,887 --> 00:07:34,410 - Yeah. 121 00:07:35,672 --> 00:07:37,587 And when they finally traded him to Cape Breton, 122 00:07:37,587 --> 00:07:39,197 he just cracked. 123 00:07:39,197 --> 00:07:41,504 - You haven't heard from him since then? 124 00:07:41,504 --> 00:07:42,984 - No. 125 00:07:42,984 --> 00:07:45,856 The girls, they were devastated, especially Tina. 126 00:07:48,293 --> 00:07:50,382 She still wears his old team jacket. 127 00:07:50,382 --> 00:07:52,472 - How did you manage? 128 00:07:52,472 --> 00:07:54,561 - Well, you know, it was very hard at first, but... 129 00:07:54,561 --> 00:07:56,563 Now Diane has a scholarship 130 00:07:56,563 --> 00:07:58,608 and Tina was offered a job in Montreal. 131 00:07:59,348 --> 00:08:01,959 First, she didn't want to go, you know, but I made her realize 132 00:08:01,959 --> 00:08:04,353 that I wasn't gonna be able to support her indefinitely. 133 00:08:08,444 --> 00:08:11,316 We miss each other a lot, though. 134 00:08:11,316 --> 00:08:12,535 - Well, Anne... 135 00:08:12,535 --> 00:08:15,277 That was absolutely wonderful! 136 00:08:15,277 --> 00:08:16,974 Don't go away! 137 00:08:16,974 --> 00:08:19,890 We'll be back in a moment with doctor Evelyn Liu 138 00:08:19,890 --> 00:08:24,286 author of Frigidity: Curse or Blessing? 139 00:08:28,116 --> 00:08:29,639 [mooing] 140 00:08:29,639 --> 00:08:31,989 - This country is drowning in milk. 141 00:08:31,989 --> 00:08:34,035 Whole milk. HDT milk. 142 00:08:34,035 --> 00:08:35,776 Powdered milk. 143 00:08:35,776 --> 00:08:37,734 The surpluses are staggering. 144 00:08:37,734 --> 00:08:39,823 Analysts calculate 145 00:08:39,823 --> 00:08:42,434 that if the per capita consumption of ice cream were to be increased 146 00:08:42,434 --> 00:08:44,567 by only one cone/person per week, 147 00:08:44,567 --> 00:08:47,135 the milk surplus could be reduced by 21% 148 00:08:47,135 --> 00:08:49,137 in the first year alone. 149 00:08:49,877 --> 00:08:53,010 So how do you get people to eat more ice cream? 150 00:08:53,402 --> 00:08:54,751 You advertise. 151 00:08:54,751 --> 00:08:56,884 - You gotta grab their attention. 152 00:08:56,884 --> 00:08:59,713 Address the hidden desires. 153 00:08:59,713 --> 00:09:01,584 Like Haäagen-Dasz did in England. 154 00:09:01,584 --> 00:09:03,891 Sex and ice cream. Ice cream and sex. 155 00:09:03,891 --> 00:09:06,197 - But we're not doing sex, here. 156 00:09:06,197 --> 00:09:09,505 Our Canadian women's focus group didn't appreciate the sex thing. 157 00:09:11,028 --> 00:09:13,944 - So, I mean, it's more: fun and ice cream. 158 00:09:13,944 --> 00:09:15,990 Ice cream and fun. 159 00:09:16,643 --> 00:09:19,254 - Philippe Gascon is the award-winning photographer 160 00:09:19,254 --> 00:09:22,431 who was picked to turn the ideas of the creative team 161 00:09:22,431 --> 00:09:24,781 into eye-catching advertising. 162 00:09:25,216 --> 00:09:28,219 Every detail is thoroughly discussed and studied. 163 00:09:28,219 --> 00:09:30,091 When you're working at this level, 164 00:09:30,091 --> 00:09:31,745 nothing is left to chance. 165 00:09:34,574 --> 00:09:36,880 - It's zero hour! 166 00:09:36,880 --> 00:09:38,578 And right here, right now, 167 00:09:38,578 --> 00:09:40,797 this is the moment and the place to be! 168 00:09:40,797 --> 00:09:43,017 Barry Levine's new happening: Italasia! 169 00:09:43,017 --> 00:09:47,587 Whoo-hoo-hoo! Here's red hot fashion photographer Philippe Gascon! 170 00:09:48,544 --> 00:09:50,459 And guess what? 171 00:09:50,459 --> 00:09:53,723 As usual, he's with another pretty girl I'm ready to hate! 172 00:09:53,723 --> 00:09:55,725 - Hi, Michelle, this is Tina! 173 00:09:55,725 --> 00:09:58,772 - Whoo-hoo, she's gorgeous! Where do you find these creatures? 174 00:09:58,772 --> 00:10:00,730 - Well, she came knocking on my door! 175 00:10:00,730 --> 00:10:03,428 - No, no, no! Tell me, it's not that simple! 176 00:10:03,428 --> 00:10:06,170 - Well, actually... - Okay, I'll tell you what... 177 00:10:06,170 --> 00:10:09,739 why don't we knock on this door and join the party! Right? 178 00:10:09,739 --> 00:10:11,654 And you can come with us! 179 00:10:11,654 --> 00:10:15,832 Barry, you've done it again! This place is red hot! 180 00:10:15,832 --> 00:10:18,705 And who are these other beautiful people? 181 00:10:18,705 --> 00:10:21,446 - Michelle, this is my wife Ruth, my son David 182 00:10:21,446 --> 00:10:23,710 and my equestrian champion daughter, Monica. 183 00:10:23,710 --> 00:10:25,625 - Nice to meet you. - Barry Levine, 184 00:10:25,625 --> 00:10:28,410 what's your secret? - Oh, it's no secret, Michelle. 185 00:10:28,410 --> 00:10:31,152 Right place, right cuisine, foremost the right atmosphere, 186 00:10:31,152 --> 00:10:33,154 the right people. You want a certain mix. 187 00:10:33,154 --> 00:10:35,156 A few American movie stars when they're in town, 188 00:10:35,156 --> 00:10:37,201 sports celebrities, media people. 189 00:10:37,201 --> 00:10:40,117 Business personalities... Obviously, a few models. 190 00:10:41,118 --> 00:10:43,904 You're looking for a subtle combination, a very elusive one; 191 00:10:43,904 --> 00:10:46,254 one that says, "Hey! This is going to be the place 192 00:10:46,254 --> 00:10:48,212 where things are happening, this is gonna be hot." 193 00:10:48,212 --> 00:10:52,173 - I'm very proud of Barry because his priorities are in order. 194 00:10:52,173 --> 00:10:54,784 You know? His children, his family, his home... 195 00:10:54,784 --> 00:10:57,787 you know, there's more to Barry than the glitter. 196 00:10:57,787 --> 00:10:59,789 And I'm the one who knows that. 197 00:10:59,789 --> 00:11:02,487 And that makes me very happy. 198 00:11:02,487 --> 00:11:05,403 - Thank you for this wonderful moment, Ruth. 199 00:11:05,403 --> 00:11:06,883 - You're welcome. 200 00:11:06,883 --> 00:11:09,146 - We're really Barry Levine groupies. 201 00:11:09,146 --> 00:11:12,193 When he had the Express, we were there all the time. 202 00:11:12,193 --> 00:11:14,935 And then...? - Ovation! 203 00:11:14,935 --> 00:11:17,633 - Yes! And now this place! It's really... it's-- 204 00:11:17,633 --> 00:11:20,810 - I have got to tell you I love your jacket! 205 00:11:20,810 --> 00:11:22,812 - Oh. Well, it's a long story... 206 00:11:22,812 --> 00:11:24,901 - How about the sashimis, Philippe? 207 00:11:24,901 --> 00:11:27,556 - Well, uh... oh! The arrangements are so perfect! 208 00:11:27,556 --> 00:11:30,515 You hesitate to take one! - And how about you? 209 00:11:30,515 --> 00:11:32,996 - This is a little weird, I-- 210 00:11:32,996 --> 00:11:36,696 - Barry! Barry! This girl is calling your sashimis weird! 211 00:11:36,696 --> 00:11:38,306 - No...! It's just... 212 00:11:38,306 --> 00:11:40,395 - Well, that's the advantage of being beautiful. 213 00:11:40,395 --> 00:11:42,527 You can say anything you want and get away with it. 214 00:11:42,527 --> 00:11:44,355 - Oooh... 215 00:11:48,403 --> 00:11:50,884 [loud rock music] 216 00:12:19,086 --> 00:12:20,261 - Bonsoir! 217 00:13:08,526 --> 00:13:11,529 - I'm sorry, I don't speak French. 218 00:13:11,529 --> 00:13:13,053 - Nobody's perfect. 219 00:13:13,053 --> 00:13:14,837 But I think you are very close. 220 00:13:14,837 --> 00:13:16,708 I saw you coming in with this guy. 221 00:13:16,708 --> 00:13:19,624 Is he your... boyfriend? 222 00:13:19,624 --> 00:13:21,322 - I can't talk. 223 00:13:35,075 --> 00:13:36,598 Vous pouvez vous asseoir ici. 224 00:13:47,391 --> 00:13:48,566 - So? 225 00:13:48,566 --> 00:13:51,265 Are you ashamed of this man? 226 00:13:51,265 --> 00:13:55,182 Is there a dark secret you want to share with us? 227 00:13:55,182 --> 00:13:57,140 - Well, I'm not supposed to be seen with him. 228 00:13:57,140 --> 00:14:00,013 - Why? Because he is too old for you? 229 00:14:02,450 --> 00:14:05,148 - Well, it's like if other photographers knew I was with him, 230 00:14:05,148 --> 00:14:06,715 they wouldn't hire me. 231 00:14:07,237 --> 00:14:08,760 - We won't tell. 232 00:14:08,760 --> 00:14:10,980 - Yeah, right, now the whole world knows. 233 00:14:10,980 --> 00:14:14,375 Look at him! He's laughing! I'm toast! 234 00:14:14,375 --> 00:14:17,204 They're gonna send me back to Cornwall, thank you very much! 235 00:14:17,204 --> 00:14:20,642 - Come on! You're going to Paris! - Paris? Paris, France? 236 00:14:20,642 --> 00:14:22,209 My God! 237 00:14:22,209 --> 00:14:24,602 But... you don't speak French! 238 00:14:24,602 --> 00:14:26,474 - I know a few words... 239 00:14:26,474 --> 00:14:27,954 - Say one. 240 00:14:27,954 --> 00:14:30,608 - I can't. They're all dirty words, I think. 241 00:14:30,608 --> 00:14:32,001 [laughter] 242 00:14:36,484 --> 00:14:38,573 - I know this one, vicieuse. 243 00:14:38,573 --> 00:14:41,532 He likes it when I'm vicieuse. 244 00:14:59,507 --> 00:15:02,684 Do you know some other words? 245 00:15:02,684 --> 00:15:05,339 Please speak French to me. 246 00:15:20,702 --> 00:15:23,183 - Paris, eternal city of lights. 247 00:15:23,183 --> 00:15:27,622 Capital of fashion, citadel of bon goût. 248 00:15:27,622 --> 00:15:30,059 And what could be further from the dark satanic mills 249 00:15:30,059 --> 00:15:31,974 of England's Midlands 250 00:15:31,974 --> 00:15:34,977 than this luxurious hôtel particulier. 251 00:15:34,977 --> 00:15:39,286 The quartier généralof Wolverhampton's own Nigel Pope. 252 00:15:39,286 --> 00:15:41,331 Britain's latest fashion buccaneer 253 00:15:41,331 --> 00:15:45,248 to broadside the world of Parisian haute couture. 254 00:15:45,248 --> 00:15:46,815 [screaming] 255 00:15:46,815 --> 00:15:49,905 Nigel is brash, abrasive, sometimes even cruel. 256 00:15:49,905 --> 00:15:53,778 He is mad, bad and oh, so dangerous to know. 257 00:15:53,778 --> 00:15:56,999 Collaborators are often reduced to tears, but they forgive him 258 00:15:56,999 --> 00:15:59,001 for the sake of his genius. 259 00:15:59,001 --> 00:16:01,003 - La, la, la! That's fun? 260 00:16:01,003 --> 00:16:03,397 This is fashion! Pick that up! 261 00:16:05,051 --> 00:16:07,314 [techno music] 262 00:16:20,196 --> 00:16:22,720 - Well, I mean, the guy's just totally cool. 263 00:16:22,720 --> 00:16:24,766 And he's so hot at the moment. 264 00:16:24,766 --> 00:16:26,768 I mean the buzz is just positively deafening. 265 00:16:26,768 --> 00:16:29,466 This is the show of the week. This is his moment, 266 00:16:29,466 --> 00:16:32,774 and I want to be part of it. I'd do it for nothing. 267 00:16:32,774 --> 00:16:34,906 And I probably will if he chooses me. 268 00:16:34,906 --> 00:16:36,212 Which he will. 269 00:16:36,952 --> 00:16:41,652 - The clothes, food, houses, men... 270 00:16:41,652 --> 00:16:45,352 It's top! Paris is top! 271 00:16:45,352 --> 00:16:47,310 - I really hope they take me. 272 00:16:47,310 --> 00:16:49,312 I could really use the work. 273 00:16:49,312 --> 00:16:51,488 I've been here for two months. 274 00:16:53,099 --> 00:16:54,926 It's a really tough city. 275 00:17:03,196 --> 00:17:05,241 - Who did this, luv? 276 00:17:06,677 --> 00:17:10,029 - Oh, I got this done in Montreal. 277 00:17:10,029 --> 00:17:11,378 Philippe Gascon? 278 00:17:11,378 --> 00:17:13,032 - Am I supposed to know who that is? 279 00:17:13,032 --> 00:17:15,425 - Well, he's really number one, up there. 280 00:17:15,425 --> 00:17:17,384 - Is he your boyfriend, or...? 281 00:17:17,384 --> 00:17:19,995 Is that too much of a cliché to be true. 282 00:17:19,995 --> 00:17:21,910 - Well, I... - O.K., look, 283 00:17:21,910 --> 00:17:24,043 you walk for me. - Here? 284 00:17:25,783 --> 00:17:27,046 - Yes. 285 00:17:27,046 --> 00:17:28,873 Walk. You know? 286 00:17:28,873 --> 00:17:32,268 One foot in front of the other. Repeat as needed. 287 00:17:40,624 --> 00:17:41,843 - Thanks, luv. 288 00:17:45,194 --> 00:17:49,198 I thought I told you no more of this, okay? 289 00:17:49,198 --> 00:17:51,331 Please! I'm begging you! 290 00:17:51,331 --> 00:17:53,898 One more like that, and you're fired! 291 00:17:53,898 --> 00:17:55,683 Next! 292 00:18:32,937 --> 00:18:36,115 - Can't fucking believe this. This place is incredible... 293 00:18:37,594 --> 00:18:41,294 I hate this fucking country! Do you hear? I hate it! 294 00:18:41,294 --> 00:18:43,774 I'm flying the fuck out of here this afternoon, 295 00:18:43,774 --> 00:18:46,908 if I have to turn tricks on the street to pay for my fucking ticket! 296 00:18:49,258 --> 00:18:51,826 I'd rather go back to fucking Cornwall! 297 00:19:01,836 --> 00:19:04,273 - A familiar yet all grown up Tina Menzhal 298 00:19:04,273 --> 00:19:08,016 was back in Cornwall this week following her whirlwind success 299 00:19:08,016 --> 00:19:10,279 on the fashion catwalks of Paris. 300 00:19:10,279 --> 00:19:13,717 Although she makes fun of it, proof of Tina's new celebrity 301 00:19:13,717 --> 00:19:16,024 can be found on every Canadian wall. 302 00:19:16,024 --> 00:19:19,245 And after the finicky food of Paris, 303 00:19:19,245 --> 00:19:21,116 who wouldn't yearn 304 00:19:21,116 --> 00:19:23,249 for the down-home taste of the Cornwall barbecue 305 00:19:23,249 --> 00:19:26,730 on Second Avenue. Manager Nick Costas 306 00:19:26,730 --> 00:19:28,471 was on hand to toast the ladies. 307 00:19:29,690 --> 00:19:32,867 So, Tina? We're all dying to know. 308 00:19:32,867 --> 00:19:34,782 How was Paris? 309 00:19:34,782 --> 00:19:37,480 - Well, it was a real challenge-- - I just want you to know 310 00:19:37,480 --> 00:19:39,830 that we are all so proud of you. 311 00:19:40,744 --> 00:19:43,007 - Yeah. Well, in this kind of work, 312 00:19:43,007 --> 00:19:44,966 after you do a few months in Montreal, 313 00:19:44,966 --> 00:19:47,490 they send you to either Paris or Milan to see-- 314 00:19:47,490 --> 00:19:50,406 - You went alone? - Yeah... - Pardon me for being indiscreet 315 00:19:50,406 --> 00:19:52,191 and I certainly don't mean to pry - 316 00:19:52,191 --> 00:19:54,497 that is not at all the style of this show 317 00:19:54,497 --> 00:19:56,064 as I'm sure you're well aware - 318 00:19:56,064 --> 00:19:58,936 but I'd like to ask you if there's any truth 319 00:19:58,936 --> 00:20:02,375 to the rumor we've all heard that you were at some point 320 00:20:02,375 --> 00:20:03,941 seriously involved with a photographer 321 00:20:03,941 --> 00:20:05,595 in Montreal? 322 00:20:05,595 --> 00:20:07,336 A French photographer? 323 00:20:07,336 --> 00:20:09,469 - You mean Philippe Gascon? 324 00:20:15,910 --> 00:20:17,868 - I'm always looking for beauty. 325 00:20:17,868 --> 00:20:19,914 My car is about beauty. 326 00:20:19,914 --> 00:20:21,959 My pictures are about beauty. 327 00:20:21,959 --> 00:20:24,223 And beauty is about youth. 328 00:20:24,223 --> 00:20:26,355 Stupid people will tell you, 329 00:20:26,355 --> 00:20:28,836 "Oh, there are beautiful older people." 330 00:20:29,489 --> 00:20:32,100 This is politically-correct bullshit. 331 00:20:32,100 --> 00:20:35,756 Old age might bring you wisdom but, in my job, 332 00:20:35,756 --> 00:20:38,367 we retouch everyone over 20. 333 00:20:39,281 --> 00:20:42,937 - He was really great to be with and he took great care of me. 334 00:20:43,851 --> 00:20:45,592 But when I came back, 335 00:20:46,462 --> 00:20:50,336 I found out he wasn't the kind of person that... 336 00:20:50,336 --> 00:20:52,816 You know? You'd want to spend your life with. 337 00:20:52,816 --> 00:20:55,341 - Because of the age difference? - Oh, no. 338 00:20:55,341 --> 00:20:57,038 No, I love older men. 339 00:20:57,038 --> 00:20:58,518 No, I... 340 00:20:59,127 --> 00:21:02,565 I... discovered... things. 341 00:21:04,088 --> 00:21:05,481 - Things...? 342 00:21:05,960 --> 00:21:09,442 - Well, he's a very visual person. 343 00:21:09,442 --> 00:21:13,750 Very into photography and video. He liked to tape me. 344 00:21:15,099 --> 00:21:18,102 - Oh, well, now, this is very interesting. 345 00:21:18,102 --> 00:21:20,670 In my practice I find lots of couples 346 00:21:20,670 --> 00:21:22,759 using videotapes as an erotic aid. 347 00:21:22,759 --> 00:21:25,414 - Yeah, but, it wasn't just me. 348 00:21:26,023 --> 00:21:29,766 He had tapes of himself with other girls while I was away. 349 00:21:31,638 --> 00:21:33,509 - Oh, dear... 350 00:21:33,509 --> 00:21:35,424 - Yeah. Like, with a hidden camera. 351 00:21:36,382 --> 00:21:38,775 - Now, this is very unhealthy. 352 00:21:38,775 --> 00:21:40,908 - I dunno... 353 00:21:40,908 --> 00:21:43,171 I might be a little square-- - You know, Tina? 354 00:21:43,171 --> 00:21:47,001 This is the kind of pain that so many women, 355 00:21:47,001 --> 00:21:50,309 our viewers, have access to. 356 00:21:51,222 --> 00:21:53,399 - Some ex-girlfriends have called me immature 357 00:21:53,399 --> 00:21:55,096 and worst things, 358 00:21:55,096 --> 00:21:57,316 but they said the same thing about Picasso 359 00:21:57,316 --> 00:21:59,448 and about every great artist. 360 00:21:59,448 --> 00:22:01,581 Beauty is about sex. 361 00:22:01,581 --> 00:22:03,365 That's why women can't be great artists. 362 00:22:04,061 --> 00:22:07,238 There's a hierarchy, you know? Best artists are often gay men, 363 00:22:07,238 --> 00:22:10,503 because they have a woman's sensibility and a man's sex drive. 364 00:22:10,503 --> 00:22:12,809 Then you have heterosexual men, 365 00:22:12,809 --> 00:22:16,900 then, lesbians, half-men, half-woman, 366 00:22:16,900 --> 00:22:19,294 and then, at the bottom, heterosexual women. 367 00:22:19,294 --> 00:22:22,471 When I see a new beautiful girl, I start shaking. 368 00:22:22,471 --> 00:22:26,345 Exactly like Matisse, when he heard the footsteps 369 00:22:26,345 --> 00:22:28,956 of a new model coming up to his atelier. 370 00:22:29,913 --> 00:22:32,655 Literally, I tremble in front of her beauty. 371 00:22:32,655 --> 00:22:34,918 That's the way I am. I'm not gonna change. 372 00:22:34,918 --> 00:22:36,355 No way. 373 00:22:37,921 --> 00:22:40,489 I'm sorry. This is me. Take it or leave it. 374 00:22:42,491 --> 00:22:46,147 - Okay! That's another $120 pledge! 375 00:22:46,147 --> 00:22:47,844 Great! 376 00:22:47,844 --> 00:22:51,500 Now we all know that Montrealers are starved for good TV 377 00:22:51,500 --> 00:22:53,894 that's worth watching and worth paying for... 378 00:22:53,894 --> 00:22:56,375 You want the Three Tenors with Pavarotti? 379 00:22:56,375 --> 00:22:58,246 You want John Tesch at Red Rock with Yanni? 380 00:22:58,246 --> 00:22:59,856 Well, they're all here! 381 00:22:59,856 --> 00:23:02,337 On public television. 382 00:23:02,337 --> 00:23:05,427 And tonight, we have two very special Montrealers, 383 00:23:05,427 --> 00:23:06,820 who've come down to help us 384 00:23:06,820 --> 00:23:08,517 with your pledge. 385 00:23:08,517 --> 00:23:11,694 Famous restauranteur Barry Levine from Italasia. 386 00:23:11,694 --> 00:23:14,697 I've eaten there and it's absolutely heaven! 387 00:23:14,697 --> 00:23:16,786 And the model Tina Menzhal 388 00:23:16,786 --> 00:23:20,224 who obviously everybody wants to speak to tonight. 389 00:23:20,224 --> 00:23:22,401 Ah! Another $120! 390 00:23:22,401 --> 00:23:24,141 Remember, 391 00:23:24,141 --> 00:23:27,667 ask for Tina, and if you like good food, ask for Barry! 392 00:23:27,667 --> 00:23:29,930 [laughing] 393 00:23:37,285 --> 00:23:40,201 - Bruce Taylor is the man who lives his entire life 394 00:23:40,201 --> 00:23:42,595 through the viewfinder. When he's not shooting covers 395 00:23:42,595 --> 00:23:44,727 for today's top fashion magazines, 396 00:23:44,727 --> 00:23:47,469 he's usually filming obscure documentaries 397 00:23:47,469 --> 00:23:49,863 on his favorite avant-garde jazz musicians 398 00:23:49,863 --> 00:23:51,908 or directing high-end television commercials. 399 00:23:51,908 --> 00:23:54,563 Like this one, for Nakashimi's Liquid One. 400 00:23:54,563 --> 00:23:57,261 Bruce! Can I ask you a personal question? 401 00:23:57,261 --> 00:24:00,743 - The rumors are false! I am not marrying Cameron Diaz! 402 00:24:00,743 --> 00:24:03,398 We just happen to be very good friends. 403 00:24:03,398 --> 00:24:05,922 - No, seriously! Including that, how many cameras do you own? 404 00:24:05,922 --> 00:24:08,969 - I'm afraid that's too personal. - Oh, come on, you can tell me! 405 00:24:08,969 --> 00:24:11,580 - Don't ask! It's like having too many shoes! 406 00:24:11,580 --> 00:24:15,236 - Ha! Ha! Too many shoes! 407 00:24:16,629 --> 00:24:20,067 Starring in this commercial is hockey superstar Steve Bourque 408 00:24:20,067 --> 00:24:22,896 of the New York Rangers who is himself no stranger 409 00:24:22,896 --> 00:24:24,898 to the world of high-art photography. 410 00:24:24,898 --> 00:24:27,378 Less than a year ago, Steve appeared in Charmed Bodies, 411 00:24:27,378 --> 00:24:31,426 Bruce Taylor's portrait of professional and Olympic athletes. 412 00:24:40,609 --> 00:24:42,393 Enjoy... 413 00:24:42,393 --> 00:24:44,526 - I feel I have to stretch, you know? 414 00:24:44,526 --> 00:24:49,183 Whether it be film, television or the media... 415 00:24:50,053 --> 00:24:52,621 I mean there's only so far you can go pushing Gatorade. 416 00:24:53,622 --> 00:24:55,668 Not that Gatorade isn't an excellent beverage. 417 00:24:55,668 --> 00:24:58,235 - And spicing up the mix for Liquid One 418 00:24:58,235 --> 00:25:00,194 is stunning newcomer Tina Menzhal 419 00:25:00,194 --> 00:25:02,413 who's Taylor's latest discovery. 420 00:25:02,413 --> 00:25:04,938 So tell me, Tina, you must've just died 421 00:25:04,938 --> 00:25:06,853 when you went in to see Bruce Taylor? 422 00:25:06,853 --> 00:25:09,333 - No, I didn't die-- - I mean, for somebody like you, 423 00:25:09,333 --> 00:25:11,684 in your position, this is, after all, the chance of a lifetime! 424 00:25:11,684 --> 00:25:13,642 - Well, you never kn-- - Come on! 425 00:25:13,642 --> 00:25:15,557 You must've been knocking yourself on the head 426 00:25:15,557 --> 00:25:18,299 saying, "Ah! This is my life!" - Well, I knew I could skate-- 427 00:25:18,299 --> 00:25:21,302 - And you've also just been signed by superagent Renny Ohayon? 428 00:25:21,302 --> 00:25:23,870 Ohayon from WCM in New York City! 429 00:25:23,870 --> 00:25:26,873 Talk about a Cinderella story, ladies and gentlemen. 430 00:25:26,873 --> 00:25:29,223 - Yeah... - Yes! 431 00:25:29,223 --> 00:25:32,705 - I never really get a chance to leave my office but I got a phone call 432 00:25:32,705 --> 00:25:35,229 from my buddy Bruce Taylor who said I had to come up here and... 433 00:25:35,229 --> 00:25:38,449 Oh, by the way, it's a lovely city, very European charm. 434 00:25:38,449 --> 00:25:40,756 Anyway, I met Tina and we just clicked. 435 00:25:40,756 --> 00:25:42,671 - Bruce Taylor sweeps into town. 436 00:25:42,671 --> 00:25:45,021 I beg, plead and grovel to get her an audition. 437 00:25:45,021 --> 00:25:46,675 She gets the job, 438 00:25:46,675 --> 00:25:48,764 but then turns around and signs an exclusive with WCM. 439 00:25:48,764 --> 00:25:50,984 Not only that, she also steals my best booker. 440 00:25:50,984 --> 00:25:53,726 Who's now running away to New York with her. So, um... 441 00:25:54,378 --> 00:25:56,467 What, you want me to be smiling about this? 442 00:25:57,207 --> 00:25:58,600 Thank you. 443 00:26:00,210 --> 00:26:02,473 - Really, it's not a question of this agency or that agency. 444 00:26:02,473 --> 00:26:05,259 It's more a question of potential. Of opportunity, market size, 445 00:26:05,259 --> 00:26:07,740 scope, range, global appeal. 446 00:26:07,740 --> 00:26:08,828 All of this. 447 00:26:09,524 --> 00:26:11,395 - Wow! So you're moving to New York? 448 00:26:11,395 --> 00:26:14,616 - Yeah! Me and Rosie on Broadway, can you believe it? 449 00:26:14,616 --> 00:26:15,791 [giggling] 450 00:26:15,791 --> 00:26:16,923 - Yeah. 451 00:26:17,619 --> 00:26:19,142 - The Montreal location 452 00:26:19,142 --> 00:26:21,580 is only the first part of this exciting project. 453 00:26:21,580 --> 00:26:25,061 Early next week, stars and crew will be moving to the Big Apple 454 00:26:25,061 --> 00:26:27,803 for the final segment of this glamourous shoot. 455 00:26:27,803 --> 00:26:30,893 And of course, our cameras, as always, will be there for you. 456 00:26:32,503 --> 00:26:34,854 Right now, this is Susie Tucker for Fashion One 457 00:26:34,854 --> 00:26:36,464 saying goodbye from Montreal. 458 00:26:36,464 --> 00:26:38,945 And see you backstage. 459 00:26:39,641 --> 00:26:41,077 Is it good? 460 00:26:41,077 --> 00:26:42,731 Great. Thank you. 461 00:26:42,731 --> 00:26:47,301 Bruce. Stop filming my schnozz from the side, will you? 462 00:27:17,679 --> 00:27:19,376 - Everything all right here, boys? - Yeah. 463 00:27:20,595 --> 00:27:22,466 - Is everything okay? - Good. 464 00:27:22,466 --> 00:27:25,469 - Lots of peppers in that tub. Make sure that pasta gets it. 465 00:27:31,040 --> 00:27:32,607 - Here. I got this for you. 466 00:27:35,566 --> 00:27:36,698 - Oh! 467 00:27:40,876 --> 00:27:42,617 - Are you okay? 468 00:27:42,617 --> 00:27:44,445 - Yeah, yeah. I'm okay. 469 00:27:44,445 --> 00:27:46,708 - Could you sign this please? - Yeah. What's your name? 470 00:27:46,708 --> 00:27:47,927 - Chris. 471 00:27:48,579 --> 00:27:50,233 - How old are you, Chris? - Ten. 472 00:27:50,233 --> 00:27:51,278 - Oh, man...! 473 00:27:51,278 --> 00:27:54,020 - Playing hockey? - Thanks! 474 00:27:56,326 --> 00:27:57,676 - Keep it up. 475 00:28:00,983 --> 00:28:02,245 Sorry. 476 00:28:05,988 --> 00:28:07,511 - Hey! What is this? 477 00:28:07,511 --> 00:28:08,643 Hey... 478 00:28:11,559 --> 00:28:14,344 - How old is this guy? - I don't care. 479 00:28:14,344 --> 00:28:17,696 He listens to me. He takes care of me. 480 00:28:17,696 --> 00:28:19,698 - And he's not married? 481 00:28:19,698 --> 00:28:21,612 - Yeah. But it's over. 482 00:28:21,612 --> 00:28:23,092 - Do you live together? 483 00:28:23,527 --> 00:28:25,529 - He wants to come with me to New York. 484 00:28:25,529 --> 00:28:27,575 - So he's getting a divorce? 485 00:28:28,402 --> 00:28:31,710 - He will. But he still wants to see his kids. 486 00:28:31,710 --> 00:28:33,537 And I understand that. 487 00:28:33,537 --> 00:28:35,714 - What's the guy gonna do in New York? 488 00:28:35,714 --> 00:28:38,542 - Well, this is a very successful businessman. 489 00:28:38,542 --> 00:28:40,022 I mean, you may not know him. 490 00:28:40,022 --> 00:28:41,850 But here, he's on TV every other day. 491 00:28:42,721 --> 00:28:45,724 I don't know what you think of him, but he's not just a caterer. 492 00:28:45,724 --> 00:28:48,378 He did that for me, basically. 493 00:28:49,075 --> 00:28:51,555 But... No. He's got plans. And-- 494 00:28:51,555 --> 00:28:53,079 - Let's talk about you. - I think-- 495 00:28:53,079 --> 00:28:55,124 - What are your plans for New York? 496 00:28:55,995 --> 00:28:57,257 - I don't know. 497 00:28:57,823 --> 00:29:00,129 I don't know what you're getting me into. 498 00:29:02,741 --> 00:29:05,047 [tinkling music] 499 00:29:25,720 --> 00:29:28,549 [classical music] 500 00:29:31,378 --> 00:29:32,771 [woman whispering]: 501 00:29:37,471 --> 00:29:39,778 - So Tina, tell us. How do you like Broadway? 502 00:29:39,778 --> 00:29:42,432 - Wow! - Is it everything you hoped for? 503 00:29:42,432 --> 00:29:44,434 - Oh, much more. I mean, what could I say. 504 00:29:44,434 --> 00:29:46,436 This is the center of the universe. 505 00:29:46,436 --> 00:29:48,612 I love it. I'm so happy! 506 00:29:48,612 --> 00:29:50,789 - Steve. Are you gonna show her around? 507 00:29:50,789 --> 00:29:53,617 - Whatever it takes. - Ah. Watch out, big boy. 508 00:29:53,617 --> 00:29:56,229 - Ouch. - Bruce? 509 00:29:56,229 --> 00:29:58,884 I mean, you must be ecstatic! 510 00:29:58,884 --> 00:30:01,712 - Only idiots are ecstatic about their own work. 511 00:30:02,104 --> 00:30:04,803 This is a very difficult environment to work with. 512 00:30:05,760 --> 00:30:08,458 When it rains lemons, make lemonade. 513 00:30:11,766 --> 00:30:15,074 - That's... The true nature of geniuses. 514 00:30:15,857 --> 00:30:17,685 It's great. 515 00:30:17,685 --> 00:30:20,906 - It is now official; the super model is dead. 516 00:30:20,906 --> 00:30:23,299 I mean honestly, I'm gonna die. 517 00:30:23,299 --> 00:30:25,693 Literally, to die. If I have to look 518 00:30:25,693 --> 00:30:28,783 at one more picture of the German automated cash machine, 519 00:30:28,783 --> 00:30:31,438 the all-American bore, the English waif. 520 00:30:31,438 --> 00:30:34,267 Come on, girls! You had your moment. 521 00:30:34,267 --> 00:30:36,922 And it was a long one. God, was it ever! 522 00:30:36,922 --> 00:30:39,620 But I think you've overextended it. 523 00:30:39,620 --> 00:30:41,796 So now, if you don't mind, bye-bye. 524 00:30:41,796 --> 00:30:43,929 We are going to finally move on. 525 00:30:43,929 --> 00:30:48,629 We are moving towards collage, sharpness, topicality. 526 00:30:48,629 --> 00:30:50,283 A touch of androgyny. 527 00:30:50,283 --> 00:30:52,198 A subtext of fitness. 528 00:30:52,198 --> 00:30:55,984 While keeping an undercurrent of seduction, 529 00:30:55,984 --> 00:30:58,857 mixed with the ruthlessness of someone 530 00:30:58,857 --> 00:31:00,859 who is taking no prisoners. 531 00:31:01,381 --> 00:31:04,906 I just love this look. It's theirs. 532 00:31:04,906 --> 00:31:07,256 But it should be yours, too! 533 00:31:07,691 --> 00:31:10,303 [rock music] 534 00:31:12,914 --> 00:31:15,221 - Fashionable midtown, oceans of limousines, 535 00:31:15,221 --> 00:31:17,223 beautiful people. 536 00:31:17,223 --> 00:31:19,225 This is opening night in New York, right? 537 00:31:19,225 --> 00:31:22,924 Wrong. This new restaurant, The Model Life, is not open yet. 538 00:31:22,924 --> 00:31:24,926 Don't even try to get a reservation. 539 00:31:24,926 --> 00:31:27,929 But the owners are staging pre-opening private parties, 540 00:31:27,929 --> 00:31:29,757 the latest New York fad. 541 00:31:29,757 --> 00:31:31,933 They call it a soft opening. 542 00:31:31,933 --> 00:31:35,632 In there, everybody's either famous or beautiful. 543 00:31:35,632 --> 00:31:37,721 - It's not some commercial strategy. Not at all. 544 00:31:37,721 --> 00:31:39,419 We're just trying to respond 545 00:31:39,419 --> 00:31:41,638 to the tremendous number of requests we've been getting. 546 00:31:41,638 --> 00:31:45,251 I mean, how can we say no to Brett Easton Ellis's editor? 547 00:31:45,251 --> 00:31:47,949 We can't. People nowadays, they just don't wanna wait. 548 00:31:47,949 --> 00:31:50,647 They want to be able to say, "Oh yeah, the Model Life! Wow! 549 00:31:50,647 --> 00:31:52,475 It's fabulous. I was there a month ago." 550 00:31:52,475 --> 00:31:54,956 Then, people'll go, "I didn't think it was open yet." 551 00:31:54,956 --> 00:31:57,219 "No. I was there. At a private party." 552 00:31:57,219 --> 00:31:59,352 It means, I was on the inside. I was backstage. 553 00:31:59,352 --> 00:32:02,007 I mean... I think that's the statement that people are making here, tonight. 554 00:32:02,007 --> 00:32:03,965 And we're sure glad that they are. 555 00:32:03,965 --> 00:32:06,011 Listen. The play is terrific. Fantastic. 556 00:32:06,011 --> 00:32:08,013 I want a whole lot of people like you. 557 00:32:08,013 --> 00:32:09,928 Hey, how you doing? 558 00:32:10,667 --> 00:32:12,539 - This is fabulous. - Thanks very much. 559 00:32:12,539 --> 00:32:14,584 Hello. How are you? How's the new record? 560 00:32:14,584 --> 00:32:16,586 - Great. - Fantastic. 561 00:32:16,586 --> 00:32:19,589 We'll put it on the sound system. Make sure I get a CD. 562 00:32:19,589 --> 00:32:23,593 - I'm spending my life on the ice, being chased by toothless goons. 563 00:32:23,593 --> 00:32:25,595 I need places to unwind. 564 00:32:25,595 --> 00:32:28,729 This looks like it could be one of those places. 565 00:32:28,729 --> 00:32:30,600 - Are you the model connection here? 566 00:32:30,600 --> 00:32:32,646 - I don't know. But I'm always impressed 567 00:32:32,646 --> 00:32:35,257 with what Barry can come up with. I mean, this is-- 568 00:32:35,257 --> 00:32:39,261 - I think that we have created that unique kind of excitement which says, 569 00:32:39,261 --> 00:32:42,482 "Hey! This is the place where you have to hang out." 570 00:32:43,439 --> 00:32:45,615 [chanting] 571 00:32:50,620 --> 00:32:52,971 - Now, we will all join hands 572 00:32:52,971 --> 00:32:54,494 and form a healing circle 573 00:32:54,494 --> 00:32:56,496 for our sister Ruth. 574 00:32:57,149 --> 00:33:00,195 Those of you at home may touch your TV. 575 00:33:02,197 --> 00:33:06,027 Ruth. Share your pain with us. 576 00:33:07,159 --> 00:33:08,899 Ruth's husband of many years 577 00:33:08,899 --> 00:33:11,293 has just left her. How many years, Ruth? 578 00:33:14,209 --> 00:33:15,863 - Seventeen. 579 00:33:15,863 --> 00:33:17,865 - Let us feel your grief, Ruth. 580 00:33:17,865 --> 00:33:20,215 And did he say why he left you, Ruth? 581 00:33:20,215 --> 00:33:22,913 - Oh, I know the slut. Tina. 582 00:33:22,913 --> 00:33:24,480 I saw the bitch coming. 583 00:33:25,220 --> 00:33:27,918 I want them dead. 584 00:33:27,918 --> 00:33:30,225 Goddamn fuckers! 585 00:33:30,225 --> 00:33:31,618 - Very good, Ruth. 586 00:33:32,227 --> 00:33:33,750 Very good. 587 00:33:35,056 --> 00:33:39,060 See this as a very positive moment. 588 00:33:40,105 --> 00:33:42,933 - Brooklyn erupted in violence, last night, 589 00:33:42,933 --> 00:33:47,242 but it didn't involve Colombian drug dealers or Bed-Sty area gangs. 590 00:33:47,242 --> 00:33:49,766 Militant members of the group TOTA, 591 00:33:49,766 --> 00:33:52,247 The Total Devotion To Animals' movement, 592 00:33:52,247 --> 00:33:55,163 stormed a fur fashion shoot on the waterfront. 593 00:33:56,077 --> 00:33:57,687 - I'm from Bremen. 594 00:33:57,687 --> 00:34:00,777 I know violence. These people are crazy. 595 00:34:00,777 --> 00:34:04,259 - I was recording Werner's lighting position 596 00:34:04,259 --> 00:34:06,783 with this when... When they jumped us. 597 00:34:06,783 --> 00:34:08,698 - Close again. And flash. Boom! 598 00:34:08,698 --> 00:34:10,918 Take a picture. Shoot her. Boom. Boom! 599 00:34:10,918 --> 00:34:13,442 - Animal killers! 600 00:34:13,442 --> 00:34:15,227 - Murderer! Animal killer-- 601 00:34:18,882 --> 00:34:21,755 [reporter]: $400,000 worth of furs 602 00:34:21,755 --> 00:34:23,713 were destroyed in the attack, 603 00:34:23,713 --> 00:34:26,194 as well as $80,000 worth of photographic equipment. 604 00:34:26,194 --> 00:34:28,892 Only one casualty was reported: 605 00:34:28,892 --> 00:34:32,722 Samantha Burke, a romance language major at Wellesley, 606 00:34:32,722 --> 00:34:35,638 had her jaw broken in three places. 607 00:34:35,638 --> 00:34:38,511 [muffled sounds] 608 00:34:39,773 --> 00:34:41,905 - We believe if you're fascist enough to wear fur, 609 00:34:41,905 --> 00:34:44,865 What can human life mean anyway? - Yes. 610 00:34:44,865 --> 00:34:48,738 - Fashion model Tina Menzhal was questioned this morning 611 00:34:48,738 --> 00:34:50,044 by NYPD detectives. 612 00:34:50,044 --> 00:34:51,828 - Tina was raised in the wilderness. 613 00:34:51,828 --> 00:34:54,179 She's very, very concerned with all forms of animal life. 614 00:34:54,179 --> 00:34:55,919 In fact, her sister is a biologist. 615 00:34:56,746 --> 00:34:59,184 Very few people know this, but Tina has Native blood. 616 00:34:59,184 --> 00:35:01,186 - Isn't Menzhal an Eastern-European name? 617 00:35:01,186 --> 00:35:03,710 - On her father's side. Her mother has Native blood. 618 00:35:03,710 --> 00:35:05,668 Ojibway, I believe. Excuse me. 619 00:35:06,191 --> 00:35:07,453 Excuse me. 620 00:35:11,065 --> 00:35:13,894 - Hello again. It's 10 minutes to 9. 621 00:35:13,894 --> 00:35:16,853 We're talking with Canadian UN Ambassador 622 00:35:16,853 --> 00:35:18,507 Blaine De Castillon, 623 00:35:18,507 --> 00:35:21,031 model Tina Menzhal, and Irving Ujibugamu, 624 00:35:21,031 --> 00:35:22,816 president of SARC, 625 00:35:22,816 --> 00:35:25,210 The Sub-Arctic Renewable Resources Corporation. 626 00:35:25,210 --> 00:35:28,778 Now, Tina, they threw the paint at you and then, 627 00:35:28,778 --> 00:35:30,389 charged you with assault. - Yes. I-- 628 00:35:30,389 --> 00:35:33,043 - You know, many people, including other models, 629 00:35:33,043 --> 00:35:34,480 are campaigning against furs. 630 00:35:34,480 --> 00:35:36,612 - Ironically, these are the same people 631 00:35:36,612 --> 00:35:39,180 who decry the fade of the native community. 632 00:35:39,180 --> 00:35:41,313 Their political agenda blinds them 633 00:35:41,313 --> 00:35:45,143 to the fact that our native people still hunt and trap for a living. 634 00:35:45,143 --> 00:35:47,188 - My feeling is that no one has to wear fur. 635 00:35:47,188 --> 00:35:49,582 Just as no one has to eat meat. I just love-- 636 00:35:49,582 --> 00:35:53,151 - If I may, I think what Miss Menzhal is saying, 637 00:35:53,151 --> 00:35:55,936 is that wearing fur shows a sensitivity 638 00:35:55,936 --> 00:35:57,633 and a solidarity to the issues 639 00:35:57,633 --> 00:36:00,201 facing Native Americans and Canadians today. 640 00:36:00,201 --> 00:36:02,029 - Do you agree, Mr. Ujibugamu? 641 00:36:02,029 --> 00:36:03,552 - Emphatically. 642 00:36:04,336 --> 00:36:05,554 [laughter] 643 00:36:05,554 --> 00:36:07,295 - Fifteen minutes to first outfits! 644 00:36:07,861 --> 00:36:09,863 Fifteen minutes to first outfits! 645 00:36:10,864 --> 00:36:12,605 Fifteen minutes, girls! 646 00:36:13,693 --> 00:36:15,477 Fifteen minutes, girls! 647 00:36:16,522 --> 00:36:18,524 Fifteen minutes to first outfits. 648 00:36:19,351 --> 00:36:20,743 Fifteen minutes! 649 00:36:21,918 --> 00:36:23,442 - Let's see what she looks like? 650 00:36:28,708 --> 00:36:31,058 - I got so many good pictures! 651 00:36:33,669 --> 00:36:35,323 - Please. I'm here as a private person. 652 00:36:35,323 --> 00:36:37,107 I'm just a fan. That's all. 653 00:36:39,458 --> 00:36:41,764 - This is zero-hour. This is the moment. 654 00:36:41,764 --> 00:36:43,766 Every person in the universe is sitting out there. 655 00:36:43,766 --> 00:36:45,290 This is the show of the season. 656 00:36:45,290 --> 00:36:47,727 [emphatic orchestral music] 657 00:36:53,341 --> 00:36:55,735 [choir singing] 658 00:37:20,238 --> 00:37:22,370 [applause] 659 00:37:39,605 --> 00:37:43,522 [applause and cheering] 660 00:37:52,052 --> 00:37:54,837 That was incredible. What do you think, girls? 661 00:37:54,837 --> 00:37:56,839 What a reaction! It was amazing! 662 00:37:56,839 --> 00:37:58,841 The colors, the clothing, the edge, 663 00:37:58,841 --> 00:38:01,714 the dangers, the aura, the vibe. 664 00:38:01,714 --> 00:38:05,195 - I was very impressed by the deconstructed elements. 665 00:38:05,195 --> 00:38:10,418 I felt he really subverted the notions of collective animae. 666 00:38:10,418 --> 00:38:12,072 - Come on. Let's get partying. 667 00:38:12,899 --> 00:38:15,336 - I have to wait for Barry. - No, no, no, no. 668 00:38:15,336 --> 00:38:18,818 I saw him leave after the show. We have to drink. 669 00:38:19,514 --> 00:38:21,560 [laughing] 670 00:38:29,872 --> 00:38:31,961 - Hey, Bobby? Nunzio. Yeah. 671 00:38:31,961 --> 00:38:33,746 We took the black chick with the funny accent. 672 00:38:33,746 --> 00:38:35,356 We got her? Yep. 673 00:38:37,967 --> 00:38:39,534 - Hey, babe. Where are you? 674 00:38:39,969 --> 00:38:41,710 What do you mean, you just left? 675 00:38:41,710 --> 00:38:43,582 I'm standing here waiting... 676 00:38:44,365 --> 00:38:45,453 What?... 677 00:38:46,367 --> 00:38:48,326 Ah. Ah, ah, forget it. Okay. 678 00:38:49,022 --> 00:38:51,372 Well, I guess I'll go to the restaurant, right?... 679 00:38:52,895 --> 00:38:55,594 Okay. Fine. Fine. 680 00:38:55,594 --> 00:38:57,378 Hey! Are you my car? 681 00:39:03,602 --> 00:39:05,255 - My way of understanding the world 682 00:39:05,255 --> 00:39:07,257 is to shoot pictures of it. 683 00:39:07,257 --> 00:39:11,827 So, right now, I'm following this girl, Tina Menzhal. 684 00:39:11,827 --> 00:39:14,352 And I'm shooting stuff about her, 685 00:39:14,352 --> 00:39:16,354 with her, around her. 686 00:39:16,354 --> 00:39:18,225 - And you don't know what you're gonna do 687 00:39:18,225 --> 00:39:20,793 with this material? - I don't have the vaguest idea. 688 00:39:20,793 --> 00:39:22,577 - Why this subject? Why this girl? 689 00:39:22,577 --> 00:39:25,754 - Well, by following somebody like that, 690 00:39:25,754 --> 00:39:28,931 you hope to catch something important of the mood, 691 00:39:28,931 --> 00:39:32,108 of the spirit of the time, I guess. 692 00:39:32,457 --> 00:39:34,459 - The zeitgeist. - Yeah. 693 00:39:35,285 --> 00:39:37,287 - The superficiality of our time. 694 00:39:37,287 --> 00:39:39,072 - Yeah. Maybe. 695 00:39:39,812 --> 00:39:43,598 You've got to remember that superficiality never killed anybody. 696 00:39:44,294 --> 00:39:48,603 I'd take Andy Warhol any day over Lennon, 697 00:39:48,603 --> 00:39:50,475 Heidegger, Pol Pot. You name them. 698 00:39:51,301 --> 00:39:54,217 I mean, you may think that Calvin Klein is shallow. 699 00:39:54,217 --> 00:39:56,263 But the guy never bombed Cambodia. 700 00:39:57,307 --> 00:39:59,309 - You sit there, looking like a million bucks. 701 00:39:59,309 --> 00:40:02,312 And you ask us to believe that your looks haven't helped you? 702 00:40:02,312 --> 00:40:05,533 Give us a break here, lady! Huh? Give us an even break! 703 00:40:05,533 --> 00:40:08,406 - My problem isn't with looking good, 704 00:40:08,406 --> 00:40:10,408 it's with huge conglomerates 705 00:40:10,408 --> 00:40:13,889 who conspire to impose an aesthetic on women. 706 00:40:13,889 --> 00:40:16,065 It's called the fashion industry for a reason. 707 00:40:16,065 --> 00:40:18,111 And I blame Conde Nast and Renoir. 708 00:40:18,111 --> 00:40:20,592 - Tina. You're a model whose looks are your fortune. 709 00:40:20,592 --> 00:40:22,898 What do you think? - Well... 710 00:40:22,898 --> 00:40:24,726 It's a very complicated issue. Because-- 711 00:40:24,726 --> 00:40:27,773 - Come on, wake up! You are part of the system. 712 00:40:27,773 --> 00:40:29,296 I hate this attitude. 713 00:40:29,296 --> 00:40:31,777 We're sisters in this. - Freud said it all. 714 00:40:31,777 --> 00:40:35,302 Anatomy is destiny. - That is just too easy. 715 00:40:35,302 --> 00:40:37,347 If just once, you had the courage to print 716 00:40:37,347 --> 00:40:39,654 the face of a real woman. One like these women. 717 00:40:39,654 --> 00:40:42,483 - Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Are you calling my troops ugly? 718 00:40:42,483 --> 00:40:44,485 [public booing] 719 00:40:46,487 --> 00:40:49,751 - Listen. Every year, I try to go with an every-woman cover. 720 00:40:49,751 --> 00:40:54,103 And when I test the muck up, the women's focus groups hate it. 721 00:40:54,103 --> 00:40:55,888 - Well, I've experienced the incredible harm 722 00:40:55,888 --> 00:40:58,238 people like you are doing to millions of women. 723 00:40:58,238 --> 00:41:01,197 I have seen the anorexia and the bulimia. 724 00:41:01,197 --> 00:41:02,938 - Mental illness has nothing to-- 725 00:41:02,938 --> 00:41:04,636 - Beauty is a media conspiracy. 726 00:41:04,636 --> 00:41:06,681 - Stormtroopers like you have always hated beauty. 727 00:41:06,681 --> 00:41:08,944 - What now? You're calling me a lesbian? 728 00:41:08,944 --> 00:41:10,511 Is that your best argument? 729 00:41:10,511 --> 00:41:12,252 - Well, this guy is. What did you say? 730 00:41:12,252 --> 00:41:13,688 - Shut up, dyke! 731 00:41:13,688 --> 00:41:15,821 - Oh well... [applause and whistling] 732 00:41:15,821 --> 00:41:17,344 - If the shoe fits, uh? 733 00:41:17,344 --> 00:41:19,389 - Alright. You know what? Fine. Fine. 734 00:41:19,389 --> 00:41:21,348 This is an ambush. I'm outta here. 735 00:41:22,349 --> 00:41:24,786 [laughing] - What's the problem, sister? 736 00:41:24,786 --> 00:41:26,614 You're gonna run away, now? 737 00:41:26,614 --> 00:41:29,356 You're afraid of a little confrontation? 738 00:41:29,356 --> 00:41:31,271 Not so sure of yourself, huh? 739 00:41:31,271 --> 00:41:34,143 - Get out of my face! - Real people, real reality! 740 00:41:35,057 --> 00:41:36,668 - Let's get the hell out of here! 741 00:41:36,668 --> 00:41:38,278 - Ladies, you can't go out this way. 742 00:41:38,278 --> 00:41:40,976 - Out of the way, pal, now. [alarm blaring] 743 00:41:42,543 --> 00:41:45,546 - You think you could handle being a super model for a day? 744 00:41:45,546 --> 00:41:47,548 Well, let me tell you that sometimes, 745 00:41:47,548 --> 00:41:50,290 here at the WCM headquarters, in New York City, 746 00:41:50,290 --> 00:41:52,553 the pace can get a little hectic. 747 00:41:52,553 --> 00:41:55,687 On the day that we caught up with Tina Menzhal, 748 00:41:55,687 --> 00:41:57,471 she was already being chased down 749 00:41:57,471 --> 00:41:59,734 by award-winning photographer Bruce Taylor, 750 00:41:59,734 --> 00:42:02,868 who was spying on her every move. 751 00:42:07,350 --> 00:42:09,135 Tina, tell us. Who's your friend? 752 00:42:09,135 --> 00:42:11,529 - This is an old friend who I never thought I'd see here 753 00:42:11,529 --> 00:42:13,922 in a million years. Philippe Gascon. 754 00:42:14,401 --> 00:42:15,576 - Hi. 755 00:42:17,012 --> 00:42:19,014 - Great. Okay, Tina. We'll catch you later. Alright? 756 00:42:19,580 --> 00:42:21,495 [mumbling] 757 00:42:22,757 --> 00:42:24,237 [Philippe]: Fine, fine. 758 00:42:24,237 --> 00:42:25,455 [Tina]: Yeah. 759 00:42:25,455 --> 00:42:27,240 - You know, I'm here now. 760 00:42:27,240 --> 00:42:28,850 And I'd love to do some stuff with you. 761 00:42:28,850 --> 00:42:30,330 - Uh-huh. 762 00:42:30,330 --> 00:42:32,288 - Just you and me. Something edgy, you know? 763 00:42:32,767 --> 00:42:34,595 Get back to the real you. 764 00:42:34,595 --> 00:42:36,597 - Yeah. Sure. Why not? 765 00:42:36,597 --> 00:42:37,555 - Brilliant. 766 00:42:38,904 --> 00:42:40,775 Just check with Rosie. See if there's an opening. 767 00:42:40,775 --> 00:42:43,256 - Hi, Rosie. How are you? It's so good to see you. 768 00:42:43,256 --> 00:42:44,953 - You, too. Listen, 769 00:42:44,953 --> 00:42:46,433 Kevin Costner's people called again yesterday 770 00:42:46,433 --> 00:42:47,826 about that date thing. 771 00:42:47,826 --> 00:42:49,349 They're gonna call back. What should I say? 772 00:42:49,349 --> 00:42:51,046 I could say anything but you gotta tell me. 773 00:42:51,046 --> 00:42:52,744 - I don't know. - What do you mean? 774 00:42:52,744 --> 00:42:54,876 - I really don't know. - Bye, sweetie. 775 00:42:54,876 --> 00:42:57,400 - It was great seeing you. Thanks a lot for coming by. 776 00:42:57,400 --> 00:43:00,142 - What do you want me to say? - Anything. Make something up. 777 00:43:00,142 --> 00:43:02,623 - What do you mean, say anything. Make something up. Tina! Hello! 778 00:43:03,537 --> 00:43:07,585 - So that was Philippe. - Yep. That was Philippe. 779 00:43:07,585 --> 00:43:10,588 - I love the leather pants with the leather jacket. 780 00:43:10,588 --> 00:43:12,459 That really gets to me. 781 00:43:12,459 --> 00:43:15,897 Like, "Guess what, I'm a photographer!" 782 00:43:15,897 --> 00:43:18,073 - I guess it's his statement as an artist. 783 00:43:18,073 --> 00:43:21,729 Not only am I photographer. I am also the image of a photographer. 784 00:43:21,729 --> 00:43:23,862 - Oh, you guys are so fucking toxic. You know that? 785 00:43:23,862 --> 00:43:25,951 He was always very nice. 786 00:43:25,951 --> 00:43:29,041 - Right. And now, he's gonna run around New York, trying to cash in 787 00:43:29,041 --> 00:43:30,912 with a portfolio full of pictures of you. - No. 788 00:43:30,912 --> 00:43:32,871 - I bet you. - Fine. 789 00:43:32,871 --> 00:43:36,265 [reporter]: We then follow Tina on Broadway. 790 00:43:36,265 --> 00:43:39,617 To a rehearsal for the VHF fashion awards. 791 00:43:41,009 --> 00:43:43,229 [dance music] 792 00:43:46,058 --> 00:43:48,277 - Okay. Now. This is not the set, okay? 793 00:43:48,277 --> 00:43:50,845 There is no set right now. Okay? 794 00:43:50,845 --> 00:43:53,674 The tape is where the set is going to be. Okay? 795 00:43:53,674 --> 00:43:55,197 You're with me so far? - Uh-huh.. 796 00:43:55,197 --> 00:43:56,590 - Okay. So... 797 00:43:57,678 --> 00:44:00,028 When you get to this point here... 798 00:44:00,725 --> 00:44:02,857 - This point. - Yes, this point. 799 00:44:02,857 --> 00:44:06,208 Christian Slater will join you and you guys will walk to the podium. 800 00:44:06,208 --> 00:44:08,210 I'm not losing you so far? - No. 801 00:44:08,210 --> 00:44:11,213 - Okay. Good. There's no podium right now. 802 00:44:11,213 --> 00:44:13,215 But this is where the podium is going to be. 803 00:44:13,215 --> 00:44:14,739 And, uh... Oh yes! 804 00:44:14,739 --> 00:44:17,698 That X mark over there. That's where Madonna is. 805 00:44:17,698 --> 00:44:19,700 She gets the award. - Right here. 806 00:44:19,700 --> 00:44:21,876 - But then if they can't confirm Madonna, 807 00:44:21,876 --> 00:44:23,704 it's going to, uh... 808 00:44:23,704 --> 00:44:24,923 With the hair... 809 00:44:25,488 --> 00:44:26,925 Gaby? With the hair? 810 00:44:26,925 --> 00:44:28,927 - Heather Locklear. - Yes. Heather Locklear. 811 00:44:28,927 --> 00:44:31,538 - Always the same seat. - Is this too much information for you? 812 00:44:31,538 --> 00:44:33,235 Are you getting all of this? - Yes. 813 00:44:33,235 --> 00:44:36,151 - By the way, you look fabulous. They're gonna love you. 814 00:44:36,151 --> 00:44:38,806 - Barry. Experts are saying that the life expectancy 815 00:44:38,806 --> 00:44:41,156 Of a hot New York spot is getting shorter and shorter. 816 00:44:41,156 --> 00:44:45,334 They're saying 12 to 18 months. Obviously, you disagree. 817 00:44:45,334 --> 00:44:48,033 - Of course I do, Joan. There are lots of hot places in New York 818 00:44:48,033 --> 00:44:50,296 that have been around forever. - Such as? 819 00:44:51,297 --> 00:44:53,342 - Well, I wouldn't wanna promote my competition: 820 00:44:53,342 --> 00:44:57,172 Keith, Jean-Georges, Daniel, Sirio. But... look. 821 00:44:57,172 --> 00:45:00,567 I-I-I will say this, that we are, uh, 822 00:45:00,567 --> 00:45:01,873 in a cycle right now. 823 00:45:01,873 --> 00:45:03,744 But we do see the upswing. 824 00:45:03,744 --> 00:45:06,312 All I can say is if you want a reservation here next month, 825 00:45:06,312 --> 00:45:08,314 you'd better make it tonight. Because after now, 826 00:45:08,314 --> 00:45:09,707 I can't guarantee anything. 827 00:45:12,274 --> 00:45:15,364 - The normally rapid pulse of traders and brokers was pushed 828 00:45:15,364 --> 00:45:17,802 past the red line this morning when they received 829 00:45:17,802 --> 00:45:19,978 unusual and unexpected guests. 830 00:45:19,978 --> 00:45:22,981 Super models Zermgard Skrudland and Tina Menzhal were on the floor 831 00:45:22,981 --> 00:45:24,939 to celebrate their new exclusive association 832 00:45:24,939 --> 00:45:26,462 with Nakashimi, 833 00:45:26,462 --> 00:45:28,377 the Japanese conglomerate. Coincidentally, 834 00:45:28,377 --> 00:45:30,553 Nakashimi went up 4.5 points today, 835 00:45:30,553 --> 00:45:33,948 corroborating again the juggernaut combination of beauty and money. 836 00:45:33,948 --> 00:45:36,864 - As far as endorsements are concerned, the question is this: 837 00:45:36,864 --> 00:45:39,301 do you want a unified global image? 838 00:45:39,998 --> 00:45:42,130 Or do you want to split it? 839 00:45:42,130 --> 00:45:44,567 You can go for total artistic integrity in the U.S. 840 00:45:44,567 --> 00:45:47,048 and still push whisky in Japan. Like Woody Allen used to. 841 00:45:47,048 --> 00:45:48,833 Or still does. I don't know. 842 00:45:48,833 --> 00:45:50,356 - As you know, Tina, 843 00:45:50,356 --> 00:45:53,663 on our show, we sometimes like 844 00:45:53,663 --> 00:45:55,840 to spring little surprises on our guests. 845 00:45:55,840 --> 00:45:57,842 - Oh God! I was afraid of that. 846 00:45:57,842 --> 00:46:00,670 - We found someone very special for you. 847 00:46:02,498 --> 00:46:05,806 Why don't we just bring him out. Please welcome, all the way 848 00:46:05,806 --> 00:46:07,721 from Sydney, Nova Scotia, 849 00:46:07,721 --> 00:46:10,463 Marek Menzhal. Tina's dad! 850 00:46:10,463 --> 00:46:12,465 [applause] 851 00:46:24,651 --> 00:46:26,435 Now, Marek... 852 00:46:27,088 --> 00:46:29,612 You two haven't spoken for what, seven years? 853 00:46:29,612 --> 00:46:32,833 I'm sure there's a lot you have to say to each other. 854 00:46:36,924 --> 00:46:38,534 - I don't know. 855 00:46:38,534 --> 00:46:40,319 - You don't know if you have something to say 856 00:46:40,319 --> 00:46:41,494 to your own daughter? 857 00:46:41,494 --> 00:46:42,800 - No, uh... 858 00:46:44,236 --> 00:46:47,326 I am sorry we have not spoken. 859 00:46:48,022 --> 00:46:50,024 How things turned out. 860 00:46:50,851 --> 00:46:53,636 But you know... Sometimes, 861 00:46:53,636 --> 00:46:55,900 life is like that. 862 00:46:55,900 --> 00:47:00,165 - Now, you left a wife and two young daughters. 863 00:47:00,165 --> 00:47:02,080 - They weren't that young. 864 00:47:02,080 --> 00:47:05,170 - Tina. How old were you when your father left? 865 00:47:06,519 --> 00:47:08,651 - 14. Listen, can we stop this? 866 00:47:08,651 --> 00:47:10,653 - It's understandable that you're upset. 867 00:47:10,653 --> 00:47:14,005 But I think it would be so good for you and Marek 868 00:47:14,005 --> 00:47:15,702 to share with our audience. 869 00:47:15,702 --> 00:47:17,573 Marek, why did you leave? 870 00:47:19,880 --> 00:47:20,968 - Uh... 871 00:47:22,578 --> 00:47:24,754 Sometimes we have to move on. 872 00:47:26,669 --> 00:47:31,152 You are not happy about it. But... it's the only way out. 873 00:47:31,152 --> 00:47:33,720 Uh, when I left my parents, 874 00:47:33,720 --> 00:47:35,504 it was the iron curtain, no? 875 00:47:36,157 --> 00:47:39,465 They thought they're not gonna see me again. 876 00:47:39,465 --> 00:47:41,032 But I had no choice. 877 00:47:41,032 --> 00:47:44,383 I had to leave to come to America. 878 00:47:44,383 --> 00:47:47,299 - But then, America was not a happy story for you. 879 00:47:48,256 --> 00:47:50,215 - I didn't have a real break over here. 880 00:47:50,215 --> 00:47:51,738 - Tina. 881 00:47:51,738 --> 00:47:53,871 How do you feel about this? 882 00:47:55,089 --> 00:47:57,004 - It's never gonna be his fault. 883 00:47:57,004 --> 00:47:59,833 It's always the coaches, the other players. 884 00:47:59,833 --> 00:48:02,357 - You try and-- - Getting married too young. 885 00:48:02,357 --> 00:48:04,142 - Easy to say. - Never wanting children. 886 00:48:04,142 --> 00:48:06,666 - I didn't have the chances you had. - Chances?! 887 00:48:06,666 --> 00:48:08,929 - Yes, chances. - Getting slapped around by a drunk? 888 00:48:08,929 --> 00:48:10,626 - Shut up! - Fuck you! 889 00:48:10,626 --> 00:48:12,498 [disapproving murmurs] - See? 890 00:48:19,940 --> 00:48:21,681 - Nobody knows. 891 00:48:22,290 --> 00:48:25,554 I'm walking around with this hole in my heart 892 00:48:25,554 --> 00:48:27,426 and nobody sees it. 893 00:48:28,383 --> 00:48:31,299 Nobody gives a shit about me. 894 00:48:35,651 --> 00:48:37,958 [indistinct PA announcement] 895 00:48:37,958 --> 00:48:41,657 - They offered me $2,400... 896 00:48:43,921 --> 00:48:45,574 plus travel. 897 00:48:47,925 --> 00:48:49,143 I'm in no... 898 00:48:49,839 --> 00:48:51,624 position to spit on it. 899 00:48:58,370 --> 00:49:01,764 - Have you any idea what it meant for her to see you? 900 00:49:02,940 --> 00:49:04,550 - Hmm? Hmm... 901 00:49:05,943 --> 00:49:08,423 American television bullshit. 902 00:49:08,423 --> 00:49:10,469 People crying all the time. 903 00:49:11,818 --> 00:49:15,169 Half of my father's family was shot at Theresienstadt. 904 00:49:16,954 --> 00:49:19,608 The other half disappeared in a gulag. 905 00:49:21,262 --> 00:49:23,395 Never saw my father cry. 906 00:49:26,267 --> 00:49:28,487 Life is not a picnic, Mister. 907 00:49:32,491 --> 00:49:34,493 - Getting slapped around by a drunk? 908 00:49:34,493 --> 00:49:36,321 - Shut up! - Fuck you! 909 00:49:36,321 --> 00:49:37,800 [crowd murmuring] 910 00:49:37,800 --> 00:49:40,020 - Obviously, we'd have to bleep the "f" word. 911 00:49:40,020 --> 00:49:42,283 But I still think it's a moment of great TV. 912 00:49:42,283 --> 00:49:44,372 - Gentlemen, I was in Europe... 913 00:49:44,372 --> 00:49:46,984 taking care of the Tiger Woods' brouhaha. 914 00:49:46,984 --> 00:49:49,638 I couldn't keep an eye on Tina. 915 00:49:49,638 --> 00:49:52,554 - Well, look. We can't be held responsible for that. 916 00:49:53,468 --> 00:49:54,992 - Of course not. But... 917 00:49:55,427 --> 00:49:57,298 I am responsible for the well-being 918 00:49:57,298 --> 00:49:59,561 of all the members of the WCM family. 919 00:50:00,258 --> 00:50:02,042 Tina will be hurt by this show. 920 00:50:02,651 --> 00:50:04,218 And we, as a family, 921 00:50:04,218 --> 00:50:06,220 would prefer that the show not air. 922 00:50:06,220 --> 00:50:08,701 - Now wait a second here. You have to be fair. 923 00:50:08,701 --> 00:50:09,876 - Guys... 924 00:50:11,225 --> 00:50:13,010 Remember the George Clooney thing? 925 00:50:13,749 --> 00:50:15,621 Painful for us. Painful for you. 926 00:50:16,839 --> 00:50:20,365 Do me a favor, can the show. 927 00:50:20,365 --> 00:50:23,759 - We have signed releases. Any judge in the world-- 928 00:50:23,759 --> 00:50:26,936 - Gentlemen. Before we go any further, 929 00:50:26,936 --> 00:50:30,244 I don't see the need for this negotiation to be recorded. 930 00:50:30,244 --> 00:50:31,419 Please. 931 00:50:35,206 --> 00:50:36,946 - Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. 932 00:50:36,946 --> 00:50:38,687 First things first. 933 00:50:38,687 --> 00:50:40,602 The basics of sports & entertainment management 934 00:50:40,602 --> 00:50:42,343 is in talent identification. 935 00:50:42,343 --> 00:50:44,171 One fundamental anecdote. 936 00:50:45,303 --> 00:50:47,609 When they gave away the first Nobel prize in literature, 937 00:50:48,306 --> 00:50:50,264 Tolstoi came in second. 938 00:50:50,264 --> 00:50:54,268 The winner was a diminutive French poet named Sully Prudhomme. 939 00:50:54,877 --> 00:50:56,966 War and Peace rings a bell. Yes? 940 00:50:57,576 --> 00:50:59,665 Sully Prudhomme, I'm afraid not. 941 00:51:00,753 --> 00:51:03,060 If this is too obscure for you, think of Michael Jordan. 942 00:51:03,843 --> 00:51:06,106 Third-round draft pick in the NBA. 943 00:51:06,889 --> 00:51:08,804 The experts chose two other guys 944 00:51:08,804 --> 00:51:10,980 ahead of the greatest player who ever lived. 945 00:51:10,980 --> 00:51:13,200 Rule one: never believe the experts. They don't know anything. 946 00:51:13,200 --> 00:51:14,593 Rule two: 947 00:51:15,768 --> 00:51:18,249 genius is invisible to most people. 948 00:51:19,989 --> 00:51:21,426 Ten years ago, 949 00:51:21,426 --> 00:51:23,906 the hottest musical group was Milli Vanilli. 950 00:51:23,906 --> 00:51:26,083 Grammies, music awards, triple platinum. 951 00:51:26,083 --> 00:51:27,649 They were red hot. 952 00:51:28,389 --> 00:51:29,956 Would you, at that time, 953 00:51:29,956 --> 00:51:35,092 have picked... this little girl to be the, uh... 954 00:51:35,092 --> 00:51:37,790 future most popular singer on the planet? 955 00:51:37,790 --> 00:51:39,748 [murmurs] 956 00:51:42,186 --> 00:51:43,448 Would you? 957 00:51:43,448 --> 00:51:45,537 If you said yes, congratulations. 958 00:51:45,537 --> 00:51:48,148 You can start construction on your waterfront Palm Beach estate. 959 00:51:48,148 --> 00:51:50,194 But if you gambled on Milli Vanilli, 960 00:51:50,194 --> 00:51:52,239 family rates are available at Club Med. 961 00:51:52,239 --> 00:51:54,285 Have a nice trip. [students laughing] 962 00:51:54,285 --> 00:51:55,503 - Why you? - Me? 963 00:51:55,503 --> 00:51:57,070 - You shot this video? - Yes. 964 00:51:57,070 --> 00:51:59,246 - Why did they ask you? - Who knows. 965 00:51:59,246 --> 00:52:01,509 - For a guy your age, this is a real break. Right? 966 00:52:01,509 --> 00:52:03,859 Awesome. Awesome! 967 00:52:03,859 --> 00:52:05,339 Shrill Cemetery. I can't wait! 968 00:52:05,339 --> 00:52:07,907 I can't wait. I have got to see this now. 969 00:52:07,907 --> 00:52:10,997 The brand new Shrill Cemetery video. Come on, Vicky! 970 00:52:10,997 --> 00:52:12,129 Roll the tape. Roll it! 971 00:52:12,129 --> 00:52:14,174 [rock music] 972 00:52:23,662 --> 00:52:25,620 [soft pop music] 973 00:52:26,795 --> 00:52:30,234 - And in Colorado, the beautiful people show their stuff this week, 974 00:52:30,234 --> 00:52:32,758 at the Annual Celebrity Slalom for Bosnia. 975 00:52:32,758 --> 00:52:35,326 And E.D.'s Tony Mill was right at the finishing line. 976 00:52:36,675 --> 00:52:38,720 [waltz music] 977 00:52:43,116 --> 00:52:44,813 - Yeah, Tina! 978 00:52:44,813 --> 00:52:46,815 - Tina. You were flying out there today. 979 00:52:46,815 --> 00:52:48,817 - It's so good to be out here. 980 00:52:48,817 --> 00:52:50,819 I mean, it's such a beautiful day. 981 00:52:50,819 --> 00:52:54,301 We're just really lucky to get this weather. It's awesome. 982 00:52:55,389 --> 00:52:57,826 - You know, you work hard. You have a wonderful family. 983 00:52:57,826 --> 00:52:59,176 You have a successful business. 984 00:52:59,176 --> 00:53:00,873 Everything in life is going your way. 985 00:53:00,873 --> 00:53:03,223 And you kind of start to ask yourself, "Is this it? 986 00:53:03,223 --> 00:53:05,617 Another 15, 20 years of this? Then what?" 987 00:53:05,617 --> 00:53:07,880 Heart attack? Colon cancer? 988 00:53:07,880 --> 00:53:10,578 Then the whole eternity wondering, "What if?" 989 00:53:10,578 --> 00:53:13,059 - It seems you're describing a classic mid-life crisis here, Barry. 990 00:53:13,059 --> 00:53:14,582 - Oh, I don't know about that. 991 00:53:14,582 --> 00:53:17,063 I mean, I've never been strong on self-analysis. 992 00:53:17,063 --> 00:53:19,979 But when Tina entered my life, I saw her as my last chance. I truly did. 993 00:53:19,979 --> 00:53:22,155 - But she wasn't yet a celebrity at that point. 994 00:53:22,155 --> 00:53:26,377 - Ah, no. She was just this perfect, young angel. 995 00:53:26,377 --> 00:53:28,205 - So you moved to New York with her. 996 00:53:28,901 --> 00:53:31,251 - Yeah. A very big move. 997 00:53:31,251 --> 00:53:33,253 You gotta have the right apartment. 998 00:53:33,253 --> 00:53:34,820 And... You know, it's New York. 999 00:53:34,820 --> 00:53:36,604 Gotta have the right neighborhood. 1000 00:53:36,604 --> 00:53:39,259 You gotta furnish it. Then, of course, she's off to Florida. 1001 00:53:39,259 --> 00:53:41,435 And... She's back for only one night and... 1002 00:53:42,262 --> 00:53:45,265 back to the plane; they got phones on the plane, 1003 00:53:45,265 --> 00:53:48,268 but you can't call her. She has to call you, and uh... 1004 00:53:48,268 --> 00:53:50,966 And, uh... Meanwhile, I'm trying to run a business. 1005 00:53:51,967 --> 00:53:53,230 They call her all the time. 1006 00:53:53,230 --> 00:53:55,014 From Hawaii, Paris. 1007 00:53:55,449 --> 00:53:58,017 She laughs and talks 'cause she's with Bruce or Toni. 1008 00:53:58,017 --> 00:53:59,845 She's in Aspen right now. 1009 00:54:00,411 --> 00:54:02,326 So... Sometimes, you... 1010 00:54:02,891 --> 00:54:04,545 you gotta wonder, honestly. 1011 00:54:05,416 --> 00:54:07,548 You start to wonder, uh... 1012 00:54:07,548 --> 00:54:09,550 - Would you like a glass of water? 1013 00:54:09,550 --> 00:54:13,162 - Uh, no. I'm fine. Thank you. 1014 00:54:13,162 --> 00:54:15,730 But of course, it's the summer, so you gotta go to the Hamptons. 1015 00:54:15,730 --> 00:54:17,732 Everybody goes out to the Hamptons. 1016 00:54:17,732 --> 00:54:19,734 But I have to stay in the city. 1017 00:54:19,734 --> 00:54:22,737 So I drive out there. And I've been working the restaurants. 1018 00:54:22,737 --> 00:54:25,610 So, I drive back every night. 1019 00:54:25,610 --> 00:54:28,613 Go there and back. That's two hours there, two hours back. 1020 00:54:28,613 --> 00:54:31,703 On the Long Island Expressway. You know what a mess that can be. 1021 00:54:32,269 --> 00:54:34,358 But, uh... 1022 00:54:34,358 --> 00:54:36,403 She likes to swim and I love to watch 1023 00:54:36,403 --> 00:54:38,536 when they're playing volleyball and swimming. 1024 00:54:39,145 --> 00:54:40,494 Having fun. 1025 00:54:40,494 --> 00:54:42,322 It's a very exciting phase for her. 1026 00:54:43,105 --> 00:54:44,933 And... I'm enjoying it. 1027 00:54:44,933 --> 00:54:46,457 Enjoying it. Enjoying it. 1028 00:54:47,371 --> 00:54:50,504 - Barry... worships me. 1029 00:54:50,939 --> 00:54:53,333 You know? It's very touching. 1030 00:54:53,333 --> 00:54:55,683 - But you do sleep with him, don't you? 1031 00:54:55,683 --> 00:54:58,207 - Oh yeah. But I'm usually in bed by 9:30. 1032 00:54:58,207 --> 00:55:02,124 And he comes in from the restaurant at two, three. 1033 00:55:02,124 --> 00:55:04,518 Sometimes the alarm goes off and he's been up. 1034 00:55:04,518 --> 00:55:06,520 Made me this elaborate breakfast. 1035 00:55:06,520 --> 00:55:08,696 But I can't have anything but my cappuccino. 1036 00:55:08,696 --> 00:55:11,699 - Is the poor guy at least being rewarded once in a while? 1037 00:55:11,699 --> 00:55:13,875 - Of course he is. What do you think? 1038 00:55:13,875 --> 00:55:16,138 He just doesn't ask for it very often. 1039 00:55:17,270 --> 00:55:20,708 - I was standing outside of my public school, in Holland Park, 1040 00:55:20,708 --> 00:55:22,580 smoking a fag when this geezer comes up to me 1041 00:55:22,580 --> 00:55:24,277 with a Nikon around his neck 1042 00:55:24,277 --> 00:55:26,845 and next thing I know, I'm flat on my back on his futon 1043 00:55:26,845 --> 00:55:29,238 praying to God that the condom's not gonna split. 1044 00:55:29,238 --> 00:55:30,849 Same as her story. 1045 00:55:30,849 --> 00:55:32,938 - No. There were guys before Philippe. 1046 00:55:32,938 --> 00:55:35,244 - Guys! - Yeah. Guys. 1047 00:55:35,244 --> 00:55:37,246 - Who, how many? Details? 1048 00:55:37,246 --> 00:55:39,553 - Just guys. At parties and keggers. 1049 00:55:39,553 --> 00:55:41,425 - So this French guy Philippe, he wasn't the first? 1050 00:55:41,425 --> 00:55:44,253 - Oh no. Some girls also. - What? 1051 00:55:44,253 --> 00:55:46,560 - Once in a while. - I can't believe this! 1052 00:55:47,082 --> 00:55:48,823 - I was a jock. 1053 00:55:48,823 --> 00:55:51,173 Summers, I played softball. Dykes on spikes. You know. 1054 00:55:51,913 --> 00:55:53,611 - My best friend's a slut. 1055 00:55:54,176 --> 00:55:56,353 - Bruce. Can we see Toni now? 1056 00:55:56,353 --> 00:55:57,789 If that's all right with you? 1057 00:55:58,180 --> 00:56:00,400 After all, we are only paying. 1058 00:56:00,400 --> 00:56:02,576 Beat his chest with your fists. That's it. Look here. 1059 00:56:02,576 --> 00:56:05,318 That's it. Oh yes. Let's see those teeth now, Tex. 1060 00:56:05,318 --> 00:56:07,799 Let's see those black teeth. Oh, they're horrible. That's it! 1061 00:56:07,799 --> 00:56:11,193 Now look for help from God. Now look down. That's it! 1062 00:56:11,193 --> 00:56:12,847 Hold your hands up. Gasp! 1063 00:56:12,847 --> 00:56:15,328 Scream. Put your hand in his face. 1064 00:56:15,328 --> 00:56:17,765 That's it. Push him away. Push him away! 1065 00:56:17,765 --> 00:56:20,420 And a bit more teeth. A bit more. That's it! 1066 00:56:20,420 --> 00:56:23,989 Flap your hands around. You're the helpless maiden in distress. 1067 00:56:23,989 --> 00:56:26,905 High in the air. Lovely. Oh, dear, you've lost your wig. 1068 00:56:28,559 --> 00:56:31,692 - Yes. Straight from Tucson to Julliard. 1069 00:56:31,692 --> 00:56:34,042 Hello, Big Apple, take a bite outta me! 1070 00:56:34,521 --> 00:56:36,567 Same class as Ethan Hawke. 1071 00:56:37,698 --> 00:56:39,961 [funk music] 1072 00:56:41,223 --> 00:56:43,225 - This week, on Celebrity Hunt, 1073 00:56:43,225 --> 00:56:45,010 Justin from Formingdale, Long Island, 1074 00:56:45,010 --> 00:56:46,707 has a very juicy bit of videotape 1075 00:56:46,707 --> 00:56:48,535 he wants to show us. 1076 00:56:48,535 --> 00:56:51,712 - Justin has become one of our most important contributors. 1077 00:56:51,712 --> 00:56:54,715 So here he is to introduce his segment. 1078 00:57:00,852 --> 00:57:02,767 - Thank you, Carmen and Adriana. 1079 00:57:03,550 --> 00:57:06,510 Every year, the Lupus Foundation holds a costume ball fundraiser 1080 00:57:06,510 --> 00:57:10,209 which brings out the celebs, and this year was no exception. 1081 00:57:10,209 --> 00:57:13,212 I was there as the stars arrived and I struck gold. 1082 00:57:13,212 --> 00:57:15,388 So start your VCRs now. 1083 00:57:15,388 --> 00:57:18,696 - Tina! Tina! Over here! - Please. Please, Tina. 1084 00:57:18,696 --> 00:57:20,698 - Look. We've got all your pictures. 1085 00:57:20,698 --> 00:57:22,700 - We've been following your career like forever. 1086 00:57:22,700 --> 00:57:25,659 - We're your biggest fans. - You like red? 1087 00:57:25,659 --> 00:57:27,269 Bye now. 1088 00:57:27,269 --> 00:57:29,141 - We love you, Tina. - We're your biggest fans! 1089 00:57:29,924 --> 00:57:32,884 - Barry? How could you? - What? 1090 00:57:32,884 --> 00:57:34,625 - Do you know what you've done to Ruth? 1091 00:57:34,625 --> 00:57:36,627 - What? - What you've done to your children? 1092 00:57:36,627 --> 00:57:38,716 You are a scumbag, Mister. An asshole. 1093 00:57:38,716 --> 00:57:41,414 - Hey, you can't call me that! - Let go of me, you maggot! 1094 00:57:41,414 --> 00:57:43,721 - Who the hell do you think you are, you fucking cow? 1095 00:57:43,721 --> 00:57:45,723 - Hey, cows are sacred! - You should be ashamed. 1096 00:57:45,723 --> 00:57:48,465 - Who are you to talk to her like that. Leave her alone! 1097 00:57:55,602 --> 00:57:57,996 [inaudible dialogue] 1098 00:57:59,171 --> 00:58:02,653 - Told you it was juicy. At one point, we were really excited 1099 00:58:02,653 --> 00:58:05,090 because we thought the guy wearing the wig was Alec Baldwin. 1100 00:58:05,090 --> 00:58:06,657 But it turned out to be a nobody. 1101 00:58:06,657 --> 00:58:08,615 - But we still loved the scene anyway. 1102 00:58:09,268 --> 00:58:11,836 - The heat was on in Aruba this week for the shooting 1103 00:58:11,836 --> 00:58:14,229 of the all new Shan swimwear collection. 1104 00:58:14,229 --> 00:58:18,320 And E.D.'s Kathy Lopez has this sneak preview. 1105 00:58:18,320 --> 00:58:20,018 - The water may have been cool 1106 00:58:20,018 --> 00:58:22,977 but the action was red hot as top model Tina Menzhal 1107 00:58:22,977 --> 00:58:26,024 and super hunk Paolo Solar turned it on 1108 00:58:26,024 --> 00:58:28,766 for Shan and photographer Bruce Taylor. 1109 00:58:29,506 --> 00:58:31,377 [Latin music] 1110 00:58:56,576 --> 00:58:59,013 - Look at her. Can you see her? 1111 00:59:00,711 --> 00:59:02,234 [sighing] 1112 00:59:02,234 --> 00:59:04,149 She's so fucking beautiful. 1113 00:59:05,237 --> 00:59:06,804 You don't know how beautiful she is. 1114 00:59:07,935 --> 00:59:10,895 When she slides in bed with you naked, you wanna die. 1115 00:59:10,895 --> 00:59:12,723 It just fucking kills you. 1116 00:59:13,637 --> 00:59:16,596 You walk into a room with her, every man, every woman wants her. 1117 00:59:16,596 --> 00:59:19,294 The president of the United States wants to do her. 1118 00:59:24,865 --> 00:59:27,868 - Tina told me the restaurant's not doing so well. 1119 00:59:28,739 --> 00:59:31,698 - Yeah. Well, I've been making some fresh moves, man. 1120 00:59:32,569 --> 00:59:34,571 Restrategizing the whole deal, you know. 1121 00:59:34,571 --> 00:59:36,573 - Your associates are not happy? 1122 00:59:37,661 --> 00:59:40,881 - Oh, you know, spineless bean counters. Fuck 'em. 1123 00:59:41,752 --> 00:59:43,580 I'm gonna surprise a lot of people. 1124 00:59:44,232 --> 00:59:45,494 Look at this. 1125 00:59:50,717 --> 00:59:52,719 - Man! You're outta your mind. 1126 00:59:52,719 --> 00:59:55,330 - Nice, huh? Surprise. 1127 00:59:56,201 --> 00:59:59,160 - Honey no. I can't. - What? You don't like it? 1128 00:59:59,160 --> 01:00:01,815 - No. That's not what I said. - You don't want it! 1129 01:00:01,815 --> 01:00:03,382 - No. It's beautiful. But... - What? 1130 01:00:03,382 --> 01:00:05,514 It's not precious enough for you? - Ah! 1131 01:00:06,341 --> 01:00:08,343 - Hi again. It's Justin. 1132 01:00:08,343 --> 01:00:11,825 And it's late, outside the Lava Club, in Chelsea. 1133 01:00:11,825 --> 01:00:13,740 I'm waiting for big game. 1134 01:00:16,395 --> 01:00:19,180 [honking] Okay. This is Tina Menzhal. 1135 01:00:19,180 --> 01:00:22,270 And she's with... Oh my God! 1136 01:00:22,836 --> 01:00:26,013 She's with Steve Bourque of the New York Rangers. 1137 01:00:28,102 --> 01:00:30,844 [crowd talking indistinctly] 1138 01:00:32,280 --> 01:00:34,979 [door opening, dance music playing] 1139 01:00:39,984 --> 01:00:42,682 Okay. Don't ask how I got in. 1140 01:00:42,682 --> 01:00:44,118 Don't ask. 1141 01:00:45,206 --> 01:00:47,034 [loud techno music] 1142 01:01:14,583 --> 01:01:17,021 The hunter never rests. 1143 01:01:18,152 --> 01:01:20,502 What the celebs forget 1144 01:01:21,199 --> 01:01:23,767 is that there's always a camera. 1145 01:01:34,691 --> 01:01:36,693 Here we are, folks. 1146 01:01:36,693 --> 01:01:37,998 Scoop of the week. 1147 01:01:38,695 --> 01:01:41,175 Tina Menzhal and Steve Bourque. 1148 01:01:41,175 --> 01:01:43,134 Can you stand it? 1149 01:01:45,527 --> 01:01:46,920 [honking] 1150 01:01:50,532 --> 01:01:53,187 Tina! Tina! 1151 01:02:02,849 --> 01:02:04,808 [reporter]: 412 people, 1152 01:02:04,808 --> 01:02:07,506 including 300 innocent women and children, 1153 01:02:07,506 --> 01:02:09,334 had their throats slashed last night, 1154 01:02:09,334 --> 01:02:13,817 in Djelfa, Algeria, 110 miles south of Algiers. 1155 01:02:13,817 --> 01:02:17,081 Islamic fundamentalists have claimed responsibility 1156 01:02:17,081 --> 01:02:18,647 for the massacre. 1157 01:02:19,257 --> 01:02:21,825 I'm sorry. This... This just in. 1158 01:02:21,825 --> 01:02:24,784 Super model Tina Menzhal is at this moment 1159 01:02:24,784 --> 01:02:26,351 in the emergency ward 1160 01:02:26,351 --> 01:02:29,093 of Manhattan Central Hospital. Are we live? 1161 01:02:29,528 --> 01:02:31,051 Berch. Are you there? 1162 01:02:31,748 --> 01:02:33,488 - Yes, Susan. Go ahead. 1163 01:02:33,488 --> 01:02:36,143 - Can you tell us what happened? - Well, the story is still 1164 01:02:36,143 --> 01:02:39,059 a bit sketchy. But what we do know for certain at this time, 1165 01:02:39,059 --> 01:02:42,193 is that Tina Menzhal was found bloody and severely beaten 1166 01:02:42,193 --> 01:02:44,891 in the garage of her Upper East Side high-rise. 1167 01:02:44,891 --> 01:02:47,154 - Do the police have any suspects? 1168 01:02:47,154 --> 01:02:50,723 - Residents of the high-rise said that the police did arrest 1169 01:02:50,723 --> 01:02:52,246 Menzhal's ex-boyfriend, 1170 01:02:52,246 --> 01:02:54,379 one Barry Levine. Now apparently, he-- 1171 01:02:54,379 --> 01:02:56,337 - Berch. I'm gonna have to cut you off here. 1172 01:02:56,337 --> 01:02:57,774 We go now to Gia Solanes, 1173 01:02:57,774 --> 01:03:00,733 at the downtown police precinct. Gia? 1174 01:03:03,910 --> 01:03:07,087 - Susan. The man being marched into the station is Barry Jonathan Levine. 1175 01:03:07,087 --> 01:03:08,915 He's a fugitive from his native Canada 1176 01:03:08,915 --> 01:03:11,048 and has been arrested for the brutal attempted murder 1177 01:03:11,048 --> 01:03:13,137 of super model Tina Menzhal. 1178 01:03:14,399 --> 01:03:16,488 [reporter]: What do they want you for in Canada, Barry? 1179 01:03:16,488 --> 01:03:18,577 What do they want you for in Canada? 1180 01:03:20,884 --> 01:03:23,495 - That's as far as you can go. That's it. 1181 01:03:23,495 --> 01:03:25,497 - It seems that Levine is a desperate man. 1182 01:03:25,497 --> 01:03:27,151 Right now, he is being investigated 1183 01:03:27,151 --> 01:03:28,848 by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 1184 01:03:28,848 --> 01:03:31,503 on charges of defrauding his former Montreal associates 1185 01:03:31,503 --> 01:03:33,635 of several hundred thousand dollars. 1186 01:03:33,635 --> 01:03:36,247 And here in New York, his partners in the now defunct restaurant 1187 01:03:36,247 --> 01:03:38,553 have just brought charges of embezzlement against him. 1188 01:03:38,553 --> 01:03:40,294 - Well, what the hell happened? 1189 01:03:40,294 --> 01:03:43,167 This chick was seen and photographed 1190 01:03:43,167 --> 01:03:45,517 with a major sports star, here, in New York. 1191 01:03:45,517 --> 01:03:47,954 I could name names here. He shoots, he scores. 1192 01:03:47,954 --> 01:03:49,521 [crowd reactions] 1193 01:03:49,521 --> 01:03:51,479 Not exactly the virgin Mary here. 1194 01:03:51,479 --> 01:03:52,872 So you know what I'm thinking? 1195 01:03:52,872 --> 01:03:54,700 Maybe she had it coming. Huh? 1196 01:03:54,700 --> 01:03:56,267 [disapproving murmurs] 1197 01:03:56,267 --> 01:03:59,139 Maybe! Think about it. Just think about it. 1198 01:03:59,139 --> 01:04:01,489 That's all I'm saying. Come on. I'm not saying yes. 1199 01:04:01,489 --> 01:04:04,928 I'm not saying no. Just think about it. Come on! 1200 01:04:06,277 --> 01:04:09,323 - Both Miss Menzhal and Mr. Bourque are clients of WCM. 1201 01:04:09,323 --> 01:04:12,283 They've known each other for a long time and they're very good friends. 1202 01:04:12,283 --> 01:04:15,155 And since the Rangers have already left for their West Coast trip, 1203 01:04:15,155 --> 01:04:17,854 Mr. Bourque has asked me to tell you he will have no other comments 1204 01:04:17,854 --> 01:04:20,160 on this unfortunate tragedy at this point and time. 1205 01:04:20,160 --> 01:04:21,988 Thank you very much. That'll be all. 1206 01:04:21,988 --> 01:04:24,382 - Did the police talk to Steve? - Is he a witness in this? 1207 01:04:24,382 --> 01:04:26,123 - Thank you. 1208 01:04:26,123 --> 01:04:28,690 - Well, I certainly didn't agree with a lot of her choices, 1209 01:04:28,690 --> 01:04:30,692 and the choices that were made for her. 1210 01:04:30,692 --> 01:04:32,781 In fact, I strongly reject what she stands for. 1211 01:04:32,781 --> 01:04:36,176 But in moments like these, we must close ranks, 1212 01:04:36,176 --> 01:04:38,265 and say to all the women killers out there, 1213 01:04:38,265 --> 01:04:40,180 we know who you are, 1214 01:04:40,180 --> 01:04:42,748 and we will defend ourselves. 1215 01:04:44,184 --> 01:04:45,707 - Plato was the first to state it, 1216 01:04:45,707 --> 01:04:47,884 "Beauty is a beautiful girl." 1217 01:04:47,884 --> 01:04:50,756 Beautiful girls are a sub-species of the human race. 1218 01:04:50,756 --> 01:04:52,410 - And that justifies beating them up, right? 1219 01:04:52,410 --> 01:04:53,933 - No. Of course not. 1220 01:04:53,933 --> 01:04:56,283 - But they are different from ordinary people. 1221 01:04:56,283 --> 01:04:58,938 Nobody ever felt desire looking at me. 1222 01:04:58,938 --> 01:05:00,418 - Sorry to hear that, Professor. 1223 01:05:00,418 --> 01:05:02,028 [chuckling] - You know, Tom, 1224 01:05:02,028 --> 01:05:03,943 most men are in this situation. 1225 01:05:03,943 --> 01:05:07,164 And while we may be happily married, our experience of life 1226 01:05:07,164 --> 01:05:09,775 is radically different from Tina's or Toni's here. 1227 01:05:09,775 --> 01:05:12,517 - Could you explain, Professor? - One of the assumptions of my book 1228 01:05:12,517 --> 01:05:15,172 is that it's extremely difficult for a beautiful woman 1229 01:05:15,172 --> 01:05:18,784 to establish and maintain a healthy relationship with a man. 1230 01:05:18,784 --> 01:05:20,351 [Toni]: This is nonsense! 1231 01:05:20,351 --> 01:05:22,831 Tina's the most well-balanced person I know! 1232 01:05:22,831 --> 01:05:25,660 And I personally just met a gorgeous rock musician 1233 01:05:25,660 --> 01:05:28,402 and we're madly in love. What's the problem? 1234 01:05:28,402 --> 01:05:31,840 - Well, I certainly wish you all the best but the fact remains - 1235 01:05:31,840 --> 01:05:33,712 and this is not a new theory - 1236 01:05:33,712 --> 01:05:35,757 in his famous essay on narcissism, 1237 01:05:35,757 --> 01:05:37,411 Freud himself states-- 1238 01:05:37,411 --> 01:05:39,979 - Oh please! Do we have to listen to this hogwash? 1239 01:05:39,979 --> 01:05:41,763 [chuckling] 1240 01:05:41,763 --> 01:05:44,766 [reporter]: Family and friends surrounded Tina Menzhal 1241 01:05:44,766 --> 01:05:48,248 this morning as she was released from Manhattan Central Hospital. 1242 01:05:48,640 --> 01:05:50,947 [crowd and reporters clamouring] 1243 01:06:01,261 --> 01:06:05,570 - It seems he jumped her from behind and crushed her under his own weight. 1244 01:06:05,570 --> 01:06:07,789 She didn't stand a chance. 1245 01:06:07,789 --> 01:06:10,618 But you know, I've seen her take some pretty wicked hits on the ice. 1246 01:06:10,618 --> 01:06:12,403 She'll survive. 1247 01:06:14,579 --> 01:06:17,277 - We never knew this Barry Levine. I mean, uh... 1248 01:06:17,277 --> 01:06:19,801 From Tina's phone calls, it never seemed like a... 1249 01:06:19,801 --> 01:06:21,934 an important relationship. 1250 01:06:22,674 --> 01:06:24,850 We were surprised that they were living together. 1251 01:06:31,813 --> 01:06:35,295 - Nestled in the most exclusive quarter of the Swiss countryside, 1252 01:06:35,295 --> 01:06:39,082 the Grauer Klinik caters exclusively to royalty, 1253 01:06:39,082 --> 01:06:40,735 international financial leaders 1254 01:06:40,735 --> 01:06:43,260 and celebrities from the world of show business. 1255 01:06:43,260 --> 01:06:46,480 Despite the legendary discretion of the citizens of Grenchen, 1256 01:06:46,480 --> 01:06:47,829 there is a rumor 1257 01:06:47,829 --> 01:06:49,962 that American super model Tina Menzhal 1258 01:06:49,962 --> 01:06:51,833 arrived on the 7:04 express train 1259 01:06:51,833 --> 01:06:53,444 from Zurich last night 1260 01:06:53,444 --> 01:06:55,707 and was quickly chauffeured here. 1261 01:06:56,316 --> 01:06:57,404 Helmut Gruber. 1262 01:06:57,404 --> 01:07:00,538 [German] 1263 01:07:01,930 --> 01:07:05,282 [high-pitched aria] 1264 01:07:05,282 --> 01:07:08,633 - The season's hottest show is called Tina-Philippe; A Love Story. 1265 01:07:08,633 --> 01:07:12,115 This show chronicles the discovery of super model Tina Menzhal 1266 01:07:12,115 --> 01:07:15,074 by French photographer, Philippe Gascon. 1267 01:07:15,074 --> 01:07:17,816 - A great model is not born, you know, she's made. 1268 01:07:17,816 --> 01:07:21,820 Whether it's Steichen or Western or Avedon, 1269 01:07:21,820 --> 01:07:24,344 there must always be someone looking through the viewfinder 1270 01:07:24,344 --> 01:07:26,085 to provide the vision. 1271 01:07:26,085 --> 01:07:28,479 When I first met Tina, she was a little hockey player 1272 01:07:28,479 --> 01:07:30,481 lost in Central Canada. 1273 01:07:30,481 --> 01:07:34,224 Nobody had really seen her until I made my first picture. 1274 01:07:34,224 --> 01:07:37,140 - The exhibition will also include a video installation 1275 01:07:37,140 --> 01:07:39,620 that addresses the artist's subject appropriation 1276 01:07:39,620 --> 01:07:41,840 in a provocative 1277 01:07:41,840 --> 01:07:44,321 and deconstructive manner. 1278 01:07:53,112 --> 01:07:55,854 - I want to hold you. - And I want to see you. 1279 01:07:56,811 --> 01:07:59,423 - I want to hold you - And I want to see you. 1280 01:08:00,337 --> 01:08:04,080 - I want to hold you. - And I want to see you. 1281 01:08:12,088 --> 01:08:15,134 - What are you doing?! I asked you never to do this! 1282 01:08:15,134 --> 01:08:18,137 Philippe! Stop it! Stop! Give it to me! 1283 01:08:18,137 --> 01:08:20,139 Stop! 1284 01:08:20,139 --> 01:08:22,620 - We certainly don't mind sexiness, obviously. 1285 01:08:22,620 --> 01:08:25,449 But as far as full nudity is concerned, 1286 01:08:25,449 --> 01:08:28,582 we recommend delaying it until the last possible moment. 1287 01:08:36,808 --> 01:08:40,638 When you think of the great careers of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, 1288 01:08:40,638 --> 01:08:42,944 they waited until the very end. 1289 01:08:42,944 --> 01:08:46,861 You certainly don't see Julia Roberts or Meg Ryan running around naked. Yet. 1290 01:08:50,822 --> 01:08:52,911 We see it as a woman's... 1291 01:08:53,346 --> 01:08:55,218 last weapon, so to speak. 1292 01:08:55,218 --> 01:08:57,394 That was all right. 1293 01:08:57,394 --> 01:09:01,180 - The arrival in Grenchen of Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations, 1294 01:09:01,180 --> 01:09:03,182 Blaine De Castillon, here yesterday 1295 01:09:03,182 --> 01:09:06,664 by private helicopter has raised many questions. 1296 01:09:06,664 --> 01:09:09,275 Is the Ambassador here for the clinic's 1297 01:09:09,275 --> 01:09:11,408 famous Somerset Maughan impotence treatment? 1298 01:09:11,408 --> 01:09:15,977 Or is he here to see American super mega top model Tina Menzhal? 1299 01:09:16,369 --> 01:09:18,850 We know that the Sultan of Brunei has sent loads 1300 01:09:18,850 --> 01:09:21,853 of rare black orchids to Tina. 1301 01:09:21,853 --> 01:09:23,985 Is OPEC involved? 1302 01:09:23,985 --> 01:09:26,249 [reporters all talking] 1303 01:09:34,866 --> 01:09:36,215 - Mademoiselle! - S'il vous plaît! 1304 01:09:36,215 --> 01:09:37,477 - Merde! 1305 01:09:37,956 --> 01:09:40,001 - If your client is a woman or a gay man, 1306 01:09:40,001 --> 01:09:42,526 you can assume with 99% certainty 1307 01:09:42,526 --> 01:09:44,702 that there are nude photos floating around somewhere. 1308 01:09:44,702 --> 01:09:46,530 - I know. I've shot them. 1309 01:09:46,530 --> 01:09:47,792 [Ohayon chuckling] 1310 01:09:49,881 --> 01:09:52,231 - You have to deal with the situation. 1311 01:09:52,231 --> 01:09:54,277 There are no rules. You... 1312 01:09:56,192 --> 01:09:57,802 You do what you can do. 1313 01:10:00,848 --> 01:10:03,677 - Federal authorities swooped down on the photo work gallery 1314 01:10:03,677 --> 01:10:06,332 and carted off photos and videotape equipment. 1315 01:10:06,332 --> 01:10:08,682 They're acting on a writ of seizure before judgement 1316 01:10:08,682 --> 01:10:11,859 brought against the gallery and photographer Philippe Gascon 1317 01:10:11,859 --> 01:10:13,992 by the law firm of Smith, Deutsch and Rosenthal, 1318 01:10:13,992 --> 01:10:18,214 on the behalf of WCM, World Creative Management. 1319 01:10:18,214 --> 01:10:20,825 Photographer Philippe Gascon was taken to La Guardia 1320 01:10:20,825 --> 01:10:22,522 to be deported to Canada. 1321 01:10:22,522 --> 01:10:24,524 Police there want to question him 1322 01:10:24,524 --> 01:10:27,875 about thousands of nude photographs of young children, 1323 01:10:27,875 --> 01:10:30,269 traced through the internet to a web site he created. 1324 01:10:30,878 --> 01:10:33,881 - Look. I am an artist. America is doing it again. 1325 01:10:33,881 --> 01:10:36,362 Like Melville. Like Edgar Allan Poe. 1326 01:10:37,711 --> 01:10:39,539 You don't know what I'm talking about, huh? 1327 01:10:39,539 --> 01:10:41,237 You don't know who Melville was! 1328 01:10:41,237 --> 01:10:43,369 Not big in the ratings, Melville. 1329 01:10:43,369 --> 01:10:46,024 What about Mel Gibson? Better? Good! 1330 01:10:48,548 --> 01:10:51,725 It's a frame, you hear me? I'm framed! 1331 01:10:53,292 --> 01:10:57,557 Check WCM, and your friend WCM. You'll see! 1332 01:10:58,254 --> 01:11:00,821 - Barry never talked to me about money. 1333 01:11:00,821 --> 01:11:02,606 He just spent it. 1334 01:11:02,606 --> 01:11:04,825 - What about... Now, this is going back to your birthday. 1335 01:11:04,825 --> 01:11:06,871 What about the weekend in Anguilla? 1336 01:11:07,698 --> 01:11:10,918 - Weekend where? - Anguilla. In the Caribbean? 1337 01:11:11,658 --> 01:11:12,920 - Is that where we went? 1338 01:11:12,920 --> 01:11:14,792 - You didn't know where you were? 1339 01:11:15,880 --> 01:11:20,188 - It's always beaches and palm trees, basically. 1340 01:11:20,188 --> 01:11:22,713 - Then there was a Tiffany diamond tennis bracelet 1341 01:11:22,713 --> 01:11:24,541 and the black pearl necklace 1342 01:11:24,541 --> 01:11:27,195 from... from Harry Winston? 1343 01:11:27,195 --> 01:11:29,285 - I gave that to my mother. 1344 01:11:29,285 --> 01:11:32,331 - And you weren't curious at all about how he could afford these gifts? 1345 01:11:32,331 --> 01:11:34,681 - I told you, money was never an issue. 1346 01:11:34,681 --> 01:11:37,684 I earn money. I thought he had money. 1347 01:11:37,684 --> 01:11:40,208 - You never sensed any desperation? 1348 01:11:40,208 --> 01:11:42,210 - I thought it was overwork. 1349 01:11:42,210 --> 01:11:44,691 - And he never asked you for money? - No. 1350 01:11:44,691 --> 01:11:47,694 - And you never offered to help him out? - No. 1351 01:11:47,694 --> 01:11:51,437 - Just what was the nature of your relationship with Barry Levine? 1352 01:11:52,699 --> 01:11:54,614 - Why don't you ask him? 1353 01:11:54,614 --> 01:11:57,530 - We will, Miss Menzhal. But now, I'm asking you. 1354 01:12:00,403 --> 01:12:02,230 - What can I say? 1355 01:12:02,230 --> 01:12:03,406 It was fun. 1356 01:12:04,145 --> 01:12:07,975 It was all fun until it was not fun. 1357 01:12:09,499 --> 01:12:11,239 I feel sorry for him... 1358 01:12:12,632 --> 01:12:14,417 Even after what he did to me. 1359 01:12:15,809 --> 01:12:17,811 - We'd like to submit this tape deposition 1360 01:12:17,811 --> 01:12:19,335 as people's exhibit 27. 1361 01:12:19,335 --> 01:12:21,075 - Is that it? Is that it? 1362 01:12:21,902 --> 01:12:24,949 This is too easy. That tape has been edited. 1363 01:12:24,949 --> 01:12:28,169 You guys edited that videotape. - Order! 1364 01:12:28,169 --> 01:12:30,650 - Fuck order? Bring the bitch in here! 1365 01:12:30,650 --> 01:12:32,391 I have the right to confront her! 1366 01:12:32,391 --> 01:12:34,393 - I can't defend you like this. - Shut up! You're fired! 1367 01:12:34,393 --> 01:12:35,916 - Please control your client. 1368 01:12:35,916 --> 01:12:37,831 - You listen to that? She said it was fun? 1369 01:12:37,831 --> 01:12:39,572 I lost my business, my wife, my kids! 1370 01:12:39,572 --> 01:12:41,400 - Officers! - I adored my kids! 1371 01:12:41,400 --> 01:12:43,663 - Would you please escort the defendant out of this courtroom. 1372 01:12:43,663 --> 01:12:47,188 - I lost my mind. I spent every last fucking dime I had on that bitch! 1373 01:12:47,188 --> 01:12:49,016 - Your Honor. According to-- 1374 01:12:49,016 --> 01:12:51,192 - She wouldn't even give me a fucking smile! 1375 01:12:51,192 --> 01:12:53,456 - Mr. Levine you're not helping yourself at all. 1376 01:12:53,456 --> 01:12:55,414 - She's killed me. The fucking whore! 1377 01:12:55,414 --> 01:12:57,416 - Your Honor. Would you allow me to explain the-- 1378 01:12:57,416 --> 01:12:59,418 - No matter what she said, she's killed me. 1379 01:12:59,418 --> 01:13:01,420 Everyone knows. I'm a dead man. 1380 01:13:01,420 --> 01:13:03,422 [noisy courtroom] 1381 01:13:03,422 --> 01:13:05,468 - We are adjourned. [gavel banging] 1382 01:13:07,470 --> 01:13:11,169 - America Online logged over half a million hits in 24 hours 1383 01:13:11,169 --> 01:13:13,345 at an unauthorized web site 1384 01:13:13,345 --> 01:13:17,305 featuring super model Tina Menzhal relaxing topless aboard a yacht 1385 01:13:17,305 --> 01:13:21,353 owned by Canada's Ambassador to the United Nations, Blaine De Castillon. 1386 01:13:21,353 --> 01:13:23,355 The pictures were eventually traced back 1387 01:13:23,355 --> 01:13:26,227 to the Italian scandal sheet Oggi Ventura. 1388 01:13:27,098 --> 01:13:29,970 - And I can only add that the dress code in the Mediterranean 1389 01:13:29,970 --> 01:13:32,016 is somewhat more relaxed than it is 1390 01:13:32,016 --> 01:13:34,671 in the great Canadian North. Thank you very much. 1391 01:13:34,671 --> 01:13:38,849 Oh. And let me clarify one issue which, as usual, 1392 01:13:38,849 --> 01:13:41,199 you people have got completely wrong: 1393 01:13:41,199 --> 01:13:43,854 Miss Menzhal is not my girlfriend. 1394 01:13:43,854 --> 01:13:45,769 She's my fiancée. 1395 01:14:01,437 --> 01:14:03,221 - Tina, Tina! Par ici, Tina! 1396 01:14:24,634 --> 01:14:26,810 - Tina! Tina! How do you like Paris? 1397 01:14:26,810 --> 01:14:29,639 - Well, the first time I was here, it was pretty terrible. 1398 01:14:29,639 --> 01:14:32,816 But... This time, I mean, what can I say? 1399 01:14:32,816 --> 01:14:34,513 This is the center of the universe. 1400 01:14:34,513 --> 01:14:37,298 I love it. Thank you. - Tina? 1401 01:14:46,177 --> 01:14:48,222 [reporters]: Tina, Tina! 1402 01:14:48,222 --> 01:14:49,354 - Tina, par ici! 1403 01:15:15,032 --> 01:15:19,471 - Tina. Is it true that this medal was given to you because Nakashimi, 1404 01:15:19,471 --> 01:15:21,342 the Japanese group, gave 20 million francs 1405 01:15:21,342 --> 01:15:23,519 to the Musée des arts décoratifs? 1406 01:15:33,485 --> 01:15:34,834 - Tina. 1407 01:15:36,444 --> 01:15:38,577 - Well, I assume the museum really needed the money and I-- 1408 01:15:49,022 --> 01:15:50,633 - Stallone, Sharon Stone? 1409 01:15:52,417 --> 01:15:54,811 - I'm not getting this. 1410 01:15:54,811 --> 01:15:57,683 - They are saying that the... Americans are laughing at us 1411 01:15:57,683 --> 01:16:01,078 because we gave medals to Sharon Stone and Sylvester Stallone. 1412 01:16:01,557 --> 01:16:03,210 - This medal? - Yes. 1413 01:16:03,210 --> 01:16:04,951 - To Sharon Stone! 1414 01:16:04,951 --> 01:16:07,693 - Yes. - And Sylvester Stallone? 1415 01:16:07,693 --> 01:16:09,565 - Yes! Can you imagine? 1416 01:16:09,565 --> 01:16:11,001 - Why? 1417 01:16:11,001 --> 01:16:14,047 - Because, mademoiselle, it is a tragedy. 1418 01:16:14,047 --> 01:16:16,093 Our country is sinking in-- 1419 01:16:31,369 --> 01:16:33,676 [indistinct French dialogue] 1420 01:16:35,721 --> 01:16:38,724 - I think we have to regard the perfume as a separate venture. 1421 01:16:38,724 --> 01:16:42,598 And on that alone, we wouldn't go below 1.5 a year. 1422 01:16:42,598 --> 01:16:43,860 - What, francs or euros? 1423 01:16:43,860 --> 01:16:45,470 - U.S. dollars. - Oh, come on! 1424 01:16:45,470 --> 01:16:47,385 - With option schedules and performance bumps. 1425 01:16:47,385 --> 01:16:49,256 [scoffing] - Fuck off! 1426 01:16:49,256 --> 01:16:52,085 - Fine. We accept. - We accept? 1427 01:16:52,782 --> 01:16:55,654 - Yes, we do. It's a reasonable offer. 1428 01:16:55,654 --> 01:17:00,659 You'll go on now and find a creative way of celebrating our new muse. 1429 01:17:00,659 --> 01:17:03,619 - Good. - Is that an English word, muse? 1430 01:17:05,490 --> 01:17:07,144 - Right, luv. Now, 1431 01:17:07,144 --> 01:17:09,668 the first thing we gotta do is pierce those nipples. 1432 01:17:09,668 --> 01:17:12,671 - Okay. And then, I get to bang a nail through your cock, right? 1433 01:17:12,671 --> 01:17:14,368 - Would you? 1434 01:17:14,368 --> 01:17:16,762 - Where do you want your pound of flesh delivered? 1435 01:17:17,284 --> 01:17:20,461 - Shannon. - Oh. I thought you were in Nassau. 1436 01:17:20,461 --> 01:17:23,508 - For North America only. Over here, we're still in Ireland. 1437 01:17:23,508 --> 01:17:25,815 Although this may change very soon, as you can imagine. 1438 01:17:25,815 --> 01:17:28,600 - Yes. Of course. - We don't want one penny 1439 01:17:28,600 --> 01:17:31,864 moving through France or the U.S. Especially the U.S. 1440 01:17:31,864 --> 01:17:33,866 - That goes without saying. 1441 01:17:33,866 --> 01:17:37,130 On our side, we have several options, depending... 1442 01:17:39,567 --> 01:17:40,873 Excuse me. 1443 01:17:45,530 --> 01:17:48,402 Mr. Taylor. I think you are forgetting your star. 1444 01:17:48,402 --> 01:17:52,580 Cameras are made to photograph beautiful women in beautiful dresses. 1445 01:17:52,580 --> 01:17:54,539 Do not lose your precious talent 1446 01:17:54,539 --> 01:17:58,195 that we appreciate so much in Paris, on an old accountant. 1447 01:17:58,195 --> 01:18:00,284 Beauty is awaiting you. 1448 01:18:16,213 --> 01:18:18,389 - I think we have an excellent deal. 1449 01:18:18,389 --> 01:18:20,696 - But nobody is going to pay a cent of income tax. 1450 01:18:21,566 --> 01:18:23,524 - You say it like it's a bad thing. 1451 01:18:24,003 --> 01:18:25,570 Listen. It's very simple. 1452 01:18:25,570 --> 01:18:27,703 Money is international. Taxes are national. 1453 01:18:27,703 --> 01:18:29,226 - Oh... 1454 01:18:29,226 --> 01:18:31,184 - There is a discrepancy. 1455 01:18:31,750 --> 01:18:33,752 I live for discrepancies like these. 1456 01:18:33,752 --> 01:18:35,885 - And it's totally legal? - Of course. 1457 01:18:35,885 --> 01:18:37,103 - And safe? 1458 01:18:38,409 --> 01:18:39,845 - It has to be. 1459 01:18:42,761 --> 01:18:44,328 Look, Tina? 1460 01:18:44,763 --> 01:18:46,809 You make a worried face for me. 1461 01:18:48,767 --> 01:18:50,203 You see these lines? 1462 01:18:50,769 --> 01:18:52,640 They're a threat to our fortunes. 1463 01:18:52,640 --> 01:18:55,818 And my job is to make sure that these lines never appear. 1464 01:18:57,994 --> 01:19:01,345 [50s ballad by Connie Francis] 1465 01:19:03,826 --> 01:19:07,525 ♪ Evening shadows make me blue ♪ 1466 01:19:10,223 --> 01:19:12,704 Cheers. - To Paris. 1467 01:19:12,704 --> 01:19:13,749 - To Paris. 1468 01:19:14,880 --> 01:19:18,797 ♪ How I long to be with you 1469 01:19:20,712 --> 01:19:23,759 ♪ My happiness 1470 01:19:25,804 --> 01:19:29,808 ♪ Every day I reminisce 1471 01:19:31,331 --> 01:19:35,640 ♪ Dreaming of your tender kiss ♪ 1472 01:19:36,989 --> 01:19:41,080 ♪ Always thinking how I miss ♪ 1473 01:19:42,212 --> 01:19:45,998 ♪ My happiness 1474 01:19:47,434 --> 01:19:50,394 - Now, Mr. Ambassador and Tina. 1475 01:19:50,394 --> 01:19:52,309 I think we have a right to know. 1476 01:19:52,309 --> 01:19:54,485 How long has this been going on? 1477 01:19:55,355 --> 01:19:57,967 - Well, actually, we've known each other for quite a long time. 1478 01:19:57,967 --> 01:20:00,883 - That's true. - Can I ask where you two first met? 1479 01:20:00,883 --> 01:20:04,364 - Yes. We met in a television studio, in New York. 1480 01:20:04,364 --> 01:20:06,932 - A morning show. Very unromantic. 1481 01:20:06,932 --> 01:20:09,413 - Was it love at first sight? 1482 01:20:09,413 --> 01:20:12,720 - I was so impressed by him, I could barely open my mouth. 1483 01:20:12,720 --> 01:20:15,898 - And I found her just stupendous. Amazing. 1484 01:20:15,898 --> 01:20:19,771 - Oh, please! I'd been working all night. I was disgusting. 1485 01:20:19,771 --> 01:20:21,294 - Would you listen to her? 1486 01:20:24,950 --> 01:20:27,257 - I'm not on the rebound, for Christ's sake. 1487 01:20:27,257 --> 01:20:30,260 You're treating me like I'm some kind of emotional basket case. 1488 01:20:30,260 --> 01:20:33,524 - Tina, I didn't say that. I just asked why him? 1489 01:20:33,524 --> 01:20:36,135 - I'm in love with him. - I don't get it. 1490 01:20:36,440 --> 01:20:37,963 - Of course, you don't. 1491 01:20:37,963 --> 01:20:40,270 You never loved anybody except your mother. 1492 01:20:41,880 --> 01:20:43,751 - Okay. Fine. So you love him. 1493 01:20:43,751 --> 01:20:46,711 But that doesn't mean that you have to rush into this marriage. 1494 01:20:46,711 --> 01:20:49,279 - That's the way he wants it and it's fine with me. 1495 01:20:49,279 --> 01:20:51,498 - What do you mean "That's the way he wants it"? 1496 01:20:51,498 --> 01:20:54,632 - He doesn't want a girlfriend. He wants a wife. 1497 01:20:54,632 --> 01:20:56,416 He made it clear. 1498 01:20:56,416 --> 01:20:59,071 It's either that or he goes away and I don't want him to go away. 1499 01:20:59,071 --> 01:21:01,769 - Listen. I've got a car outside. 1500 01:21:01,769 --> 01:21:03,771 In five hours, we're in New York. 1501 01:21:03,771 --> 01:21:06,122 It's not a criminal offense, you can still say no. 1502 01:21:06,122 --> 01:21:09,255 - Bruce. Blaine is an ambassador to the United Nations. 1503 01:21:09,255 --> 01:21:11,083 - For Canada! 1504 01:21:11,083 --> 01:21:13,259 - In Europe, we stay in castles. 1505 01:21:13,259 --> 01:21:15,392 This man wants me to share his life! 1506 01:21:16,262 --> 01:21:18,264 - Do you know the expression "trophy wife"? 1507 01:21:18,264 --> 01:21:22,616 - This man discusses politics with me. World affairs. He does. 1508 01:21:22,616 --> 01:21:24,923 I mean, you think I'm stupid, but he doesn't. And- - 1509 01:21:24,923 --> 01:21:26,751 - Tina, I don't think you're stupid. 1510 01:21:26,751 --> 01:21:29,275 - I had dinner with the president of the World Bank. 1511 01:21:29,275 --> 01:21:30,929 He liked my point of view. 1512 01:21:30,929 --> 01:21:34,585 He said so. I'm being accepted into a family. Okay? 1513 01:21:34,585 --> 01:21:38,806 A real family, with brothers and sisters and uncles and nephews. 1514 01:21:38,806 --> 01:21:41,679 - And a first wife that no one will talk about. 1515 01:21:42,506 --> 01:21:44,464 - Don't try to cheapen everything. 1516 01:21:44,464 --> 01:21:46,945 Bruce, please. Be my friend. 1517 01:21:46,945 --> 01:21:49,905 Help me. Go away. 1518 01:21:53,343 --> 01:21:55,084 - We were having dinner at their place. 1519 01:21:55,519 --> 01:21:58,217 And people were taking about the Cy Twombly show at the Whitney. 1520 01:21:58,217 --> 01:22:00,219 And of course, Tina doesn't have a clue. 1521 01:22:00,219 --> 01:22:01,873 So right away, Blaine goes on 1522 01:22:01,873 --> 01:22:04,136 about Cornwall's collegiate & vocational school. 1523 01:22:05,224 --> 01:22:07,226 - That's an asshole! 1524 01:22:08,271 --> 01:22:11,230 - So she runs upstairs crying and he goes after her. 1525 01:22:11,230 --> 01:22:13,754 Seems every time she's crying, he gets a hard on. 1526 01:22:14,277 --> 01:22:16,235 Next thing we hear is him grunting. 1527 01:22:16,235 --> 01:22:18,759 I mean, he's doing her right there and we're listening. 1528 01:22:19,282 --> 01:22:21,240 So 15 minutes later, he comes downstairs 1529 01:22:21,240 --> 01:22:23,242 with this big smirk on this face. 1530 01:22:23,242 --> 01:22:26,419 He's lucky I didn't have my gun. I'd have shot his balls off. 1531 01:22:26,419 --> 01:22:29,422 - The man's fucking toxic. - Have you tried talking to her? 1532 01:22:29,422 --> 01:22:31,033 - Yeah. Everybody has. 1533 01:22:31,033 --> 01:22:33,165 Even Tommy has. Haven't you, honey? 1534 01:22:33,165 --> 01:22:34,775 - I sure did, honey. 1535 01:22:34,775 --> 01:22:36,995 - She's deaf. She won't listen. 1536 01:22:53,969 --> 01:22:55,883 - This isn't a matter of me being difficult. 1537 01:22:55,883 --> 01:22:57,711 Tina's obligations are contractual. 1538 01:22:57,711 --> 01:22:59,713 Nakashimi is not exactly a noodle shop. 1539 01:22:59,713 --> 01:23:01,846 - I know that. Who do you think I am? 1540 01:23:02,499 --> 01:23:05,197 - These are legal commitments. Play ball with us. 1541 01:23:05,197 --> 01:23:07,199 - Look. It's not my problem. 1542 01:23:07,199 --> 01:23:09,723 Is it? I'm leaving for Africa in one week. 1543 01:23:09,723 --> 01:23:11,856 And then, I'm going on an extended tour of Europe. 1544 01:23:11,856 --> 01:23:14,728 And my wife is coming with me. You're just gonna have to deal with it. 1545 01:23:14,728 --> 01:23:17,209 My wife and I will not disappoint our obligations. 1546 01:23:17,209 --> 01:23:18,819 - Listen... Sir? 1547 01:23:19,429 --> 01:23:21,083 [clearing throat] 1548 01:23:21,083 --> 01:23:23,433 - What the hell is going on here? How did you get in?! 1549 01:23:23,433 --> 01:23:24,782 - Brucie! 1550 01:23:26,218 --> 01:23:28,873 - You have exactly 30 seconds to leave this property! 1551 01:23:28,873 --> 01:23:30,483 - Blaine! 1552 01:23:30,483 --> 01:23:32,920 - Tina, I made it clear. No press. No photographers. 1553 01:23:32,920 --> 01:23:35,749 We agreed. A private wedding. - Bruce is not the press. 1554 01:23:35,749 --> 01:23:37,751 - Is it possible for you to live without a camera? 1555 01:23:37,751 --> 01:23:39,753 Now you've said you could. - You're hurting me! 1556 01:23:39,753 --> 01:23:43,235 - Do I make myself clear? No cameras and no friends with cameras! 1557 01:23:43,235 --> 01:23:45,324 [glass breaking] 1558 01:23:48,197 --> 01:23:50,721 [bells ringing] 1559 01:23:52,940 --> 01:23:55,247 - The international spring season 1560 01:23:55,247 --> 01:23:58,120 that began with the polo matches at Palm Beach, Florida, 1561 01:23:58,120 --> 01:24:04,474 draws to a close at a South London suburb called Wimbledon. 1562 01:24:04,474 --> 01:24:06,737 Women's tennis in particular has become so fashionable 1563 01:24:06,737 --> 01:24:10,480 that it will be the subject of a Vanity Fair piece 1564 01:24:10,480 --> 01:24:13,918 shot by none other than that elusive, brilliant, 1565 01:24:13,918 --> 01:24:17,965 and so branché prince of contemporary photography, 1566 01:24:17,965 --> 01:24:19,532 Bruce Taylor. 1567 01:24:20,446 --> 01:24:22,753 [Tina]: You booked this hotel yourself, okay? 1568 01:24:22,753 --> 01:24:26,626 He booked the same hotel. I had nothing to do with it. 1569 01:24:26,626 --> 01:24:29,412 No. Bruce is not with me. 1570 01:24:35,679 --> 01:24:37,768 Hello? Fuck! 1571 01:24:37,768 --> 01:24:39,030 Bitch! 1572 01:24:39,900 --> 01:24:42,164 [Bruce]: I was at Wimbledon, yesterday. 1573 01:24:43,426 --> 01:24:44,905 - I know. 1574 01:24:48,083 --> 01:24:50,433 He went over to Cartier's, this morning. 1575 01:24:50,433 --> 01:24:51,869 He laid this over my croissant. 1576 01:24:53,218 --> 01:24:55,786 He was very passionate. 1577 01:24:57,266 --> 01:25:00,443 - I don't like it, Tina. - He's my husband. 1578 01:25:01,574 --> 01:25:03,576 - Well, I was there for Tina Menzhal. 1579 01:25:03,576 --> 01:25:05,578 Pardon me, Tina De Castillon. 1580 01:25:05,578 --> 01:25:08,277 I was there when we were in Paris, starving, with no work. 1581 01:25:08,277 --> 01:25:10,583 In New York when her boyfriend beat her up. 1582 01:25:10,583 --> 01:25:13,151 She knows I'm strung out, she knows it, 1583 01:25:13,151 --> 01:25:14,761 and she's cut me off. 1584 01:25:14,761 --> 01:25:17,503 I leave her messages and she changes her number. 1585 01:25:17,503 --> 01:25:20,158 Her agent lies to me. Her doorman won't let me in. 1586 01:25:20,158 --> 01:25:22,117 I just want to talk. 1587 01:25:22,769 --> 01:25:24,902 Look at me. Look at Tommy! 1588 01:25:24,902 --> 01:25:27,731 We need money and she's turned her back on us! 1589 01:25:27,731 --> 01:25:29,776 - What do you say, Lady? 1590 01:25:29,776 --> 01:25:33,084 - Don't blame Tina 'cause your boyfriend is weak and stupid. 1591 01:25:33,084 --> 01:25:34,868 Tina didn't put that needle in your vein. 1592 01:25:34,868 --> 01:25:36,870 Tina didn't cause you to lose all your money. 1593 01:25:36,870 --> 01:25:39,612 I say, blame it on your white trash boyfriend. 1594 01:25:39,612 --> 01:25:40,874 [applause] 1595 01:25:40,874 --> 01:25:43,747 - Don't you call Tommy white trash. 1596 01:25:48,621 --> 01:25:52,582 - And, debuting in her dual role as wife to a U.N. ambassador 1597 01:25:52,582 --> 01:25:55,541 and co-chairman of the Annual Fundraising event, 1598 01:25:55,541 --> 01:25:57,935 is New York's own Tina De Castillon. 1599 01:25:57,935 --> 01:26:04,202 - From Degas to Mondrian, the museum is an open door. 1600 01:26:04,202 --> 01:26:06,900 An important answer to the closing of minds. 1601 01:26:06,900 --> 01:26:09,251 Let us keep these doors open for the future generations. 1602 01:26:09,251 --> 01:26:10,687 Thank you. 1603 01:26:11,209 --> 01:26:13,516 [applause] 1604 01:26:13,516 --> 01:26:16,519 I'm sorry to disappoint you but it's really not as bad 1605 01:26:16,519 --> 01:26:18,651 as you said it was gonna be. - Good. 1606 01:26:18,651 --> 01:26:21,393 - I mean, I'm not saying that he isn't demanding. 1607 01:26:21,393 --> 01:26:23,569 But you have to be at his level. 1608 01:26:23,569 --> 01:26:26,355 His standards are pretty tough but-- 1609 01:26:26,355 --> 01:26:28,226 - Tina. There's someone I'd like you to meet. 1610 01:26:28,226 --> 01:26:30,446 That is if you can tear yourself away. 1611 01:26:31,534 --> 01:26:33,231 - You know, I was talking to Bruce. 1612 01:26:33,231 --> 01:26:35,451 You could at least be a little more polite. 1613 01:26:35,451 --> 01:26:38,628 - Forgive me, dear, if I don't feel like being polite to that freak! 1614 01:26:38,628 --> 01:26:40,543 As a matter of fact, I would like it 1615 01:26:40,543 --> 01:26:42,893 if he didn't hang around you so much anymore. 1616 01:26:42,893 --> 01:26:44,547 Do I make myself clear?! 1617 01:26:44,547 --> 01:26:46,505 - He's the only one here who would talk to me. 1618 01:26:46,505 --> 01:26:48,768 - You are here with me, you stay with me, 1619 01:26:48,768 --> 01:26:51,249 and if you want to talk to someone, you talk to me! 1620 01:26:51,249 --> 01:26:54,383 What's that? Oh, Christ, Tina! For God's sake! 1621 01:26:54,383 --> 01:26:56,515 - Leave it! It's for Bruce. [The sound is interrupted.] 1622 01:27:00,215 --> 01:27:02,260 [no sound] 1623 01:27:26,371 --> 01:27:28,330 - Mr. Ambassador. 1624 01:27:28,330 --> 01:27:31,333 Is the damage from the acid rain as extensive here in Colorado 1625 01:27:31,333 --> 01:27:33,335 as it is in the rest of the North East? 1626 01:27:33,335 --> 01:27:35,337 - That's what we're here to determine. 1627 01:27:35,337 --> 01:27:38,731 The United Nations biodiversity project's mandate 1628 01:27:38,731 --> 01:27:41,256 is to identify potential environmental hazards 1629 01:27:41,256 --> 01:27:43,388 before they reach the critical stage. 1630 01:27:43,388 --> 01:27:45,999 - I see. Mrs. De Castillon, 1631 01:27:45,999 --> 01:27:48,915 do you share your husband's interests in the environmental issues? 1632 01:27:48,915 --> 01:27:52,267 - Do you want a real answer or is the ten seconds up? 1633 01:27:52,267 --> 01:27:54,660 - No, we are live. There is no cutting away here. 1634 01:27:54,660 --> 01:27:59,056 - Oh. Good. Then, let me tell you something. This is the last place-- 1635 01:27:59,056 --> 01:28:01,363 - What Tina means is that tourism-- 1636 01:28:01,363 --> 01:28:03,060 - How do you know what I mean? 1637 01:28:03,060 --> 01:28:05,149 - It's obvious, Tina, the environmental-- 1638 01:28:05,149 --> 01:28:07,325 - Will you stop interrupting? - I'm trying to help you formulate-- 1639 01:28:07,325 --> 01:28:10,197 - Listen. Why don't you go formulate over there with your friends. 1640 01:28:10,197 --> 01:28:13,288 Go put your ass in the hot tub with that jerk from Disney. 1641 01:28:17,683 --> 01:28:19,772 - Would you excuse me, please? 1642 01:28:22,340 --> 01:28:24,299 - What was that question again? 1643 01:28:26,692 --> 01:28:28,477 - Mrs. De Castillon? 1644 01:28:28,477 --> 01:28:30,305 Or Menzhal. Tina Menzhal. 1645 01:28:31,654 --> 01:28:33,220 - What took you so long? 1646 01:28:33,220 --> 01:28:35,527 - Baby. Baby, you're bleeding. 1647 01:28:35,527 --> 01:28:37,224 You're full of blood. 1648 01:28:37,224 --> 01:28:39,531 - Don't worry. This time, it's not mine. 1649 01:28:39,531 --> 01:28:41,011 - What happened? 1650 01:28:42,229 --> 01:28:44,231 - Bruce. What the fuck are you doing here? 1651 01:28:44,231 --> 01:28:46,364 There's a media alert out there. 1652 01:28:46,364 --> 01:28:48,584 Media alert! 1653 01:28:49,759 --> 01:28:51,891 Right now, you should be looking for a minor diplomat 1654 01:28:51,891 --> 01:28:54,329 with a very flat nose. 1655 01:28:55,547 --> 01:28:57,723 - It's okay. 1656 01:28:57,723 --> 01:29:00,247 It's okay. It's alright. 1657 01:29:18,483 --> 01:29:20,833 - Ti, I made an investment in you. 1658 01:29:22,748 --> 01:29:24,576 So has Renny. And Rosie. 1659 01:29:24,576 --> 01:29:26,926 - Whatever she wants to do is okay with me. 1660 01:29:28,754 --> 01:29:30,974 - I'm tired, Bruce. 1661 01:29:32,279 --> 01:29:34,151 I need to go away for a while. 1662 01:29:34,934 --> 01:29:37,284 I have to. 1663 01:29:37,284 --> 01:29:40,766 - Purely hypothetical, right? A U.N. ambassador. 1664 01:29:40,766 --> 01:29:43,290 A young wife who's not happy. 1665 01:29:43,290 --> 01:29:44,944 She want out. 1666 01:29:44,944 --> 01:29:47,251 Is there another woman? - No. 1667 01:29:47,643 --> 01:29:50,297 - Alright. So they're fighting and he says to her, 1668 01:29:50,297 --> 01:29:53,431 "Go ahead and leave. But here's something to remember me by." 1669 01:29:53,431 --> 01:29:55,390 So he jumps her and he tries to rape her. 1670 01:29:55,912 --> 01:29:58,262 You mentioned something about sodomy. Was that successful? 1671 01:29:58,262 --> 01:30:00,264 - It's not clear. 1672 01:30:00,264 --> 01:30:02,266 - The young lady was an athlete at some point. 1673 01:30:02,266 --> 01:30:04,268 So she fights him off. Grabs a lamp. 1674 01:30:04,268 --> 01:30:07,271 Bonks him on the head. End of story. 1675 01:30:07,271 --> 01:30:11,101 - Nothing you can do. - Resident aliens. 1676 01:30:11,101 --> 01:30:15,453 Witnesses won't press charges. No police report. Diplomatic passports. 1677 01:30:15,453 --> 01:30:17,455 U.N. is a bag of maggots. 1678 01:30:17,455 --> 01:30:18,804 [clamouring] 1679 01:30:18,804 --> 01:30:20,371 - The ambassadors of Turkey, 1680 01:30:20,371 --> 01:30:22,329 Bangladesh, France and Germany 1681 01:30:22,329 --> 01:30:24,767 all left Ottawa today for their respective countries, 1682 01:30:24,767 --> 01:30:27,770 following a rambling and disjointed outburst last night 1683 01:30:27,770 --> 01:30:30,947 at the United Nations Social and Economic Council, 1684 01:30:30,947 --> 01:30:33,297 by Canadian ambassador Blaine De Castillon. 1685 01:30:33,297 --> 01:30:38,737 - Do you think our Manitoba farmers care about Serbs and Croats? 1686 01:30:38,737 --> 01:30:40,173 I don't think so. 1687 01:30:40,173 --> 01:30:42,785 We have troops in Laos and Cambodia. 1688 01:30:42,785 --> 01:30:44,787 Are we that fond of little yellow people? 1689 01:30:44,787 --> 01:30:46,310 Not really. 1690 01:30:46,310 --> 01:30:48,791 The Golan Heights. The Gaza Strip. 1691 01:30:48,791 --> 01:30:51,315 Rwanda. Haiti. Bagdad. 1692 01:30:51,315 --> 01:30:54,318 Every hell hole on the planet, we're there. 1693 01:30:54,318 --> 01:30:57,887 And you think we like it? I've got news for you. We don't. 1694 01:30:57,887 --> 01:31:00,716 We've been on Cyprus for the last 35 years 1695 01:31:00,716 --> 01:31:04,546 trying to pacify these Aegean assholes. 1696 01:31:04,546 --> 01:31:06,983 Come on. Cut the crap. No one in this room 1697 01:31:06,983 --> 01:31:08,985 really gives a shit about Turkey. Come on. 1698 01:31:08,985 --> 01:31:10,465 Give me a break here! 1699 01:31:10,465 --> 01:31:13,250 I wanna see hands. Who likes Turkey? 1700 01:31:13,250 --> 01:31:16,035 If you ask me, I'd take the Greeks any day. 1701 01:31:16,035 --> 01:31:17,689 At least, they were civilized once. 1702 01:31:17,689 --> 01:31:19,735 Hey, where are you going, honey? 1703 01:31:19,735 --> 01:31:21,824 Come here. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. 1704 01:31:23,913 --> 01:31:26,916 Slice over a piece of East India. And what do you get? 1705 01:31:26,916 --> 01:31:29,353 Why the hell are we sending food to Bangladesh for? 1706 01:31:29,353 --> 01:31:31,877 These bitches haven't missed a meal in decades. 1707 01:31:32,791 --> 01:31:35,185 Where is everybody going? Let's get started. 1708 01:31:35,185 --> 01:31:38,449 Our understanding at this point is that Ambassador De Castillon 1709 01:31:38,449 --> 01:31:40,930 was the unfortunate victim of an unwitting 1710 01:31:40,930 --> 01:31:43,454 and debilitating cross-medication. 1711 01:31:43,454 --> 01:31:45,587 As was quite evident, 1712 01:31:45,587 --> 01:31:47,589 the Ambassador suffered a very serious skiing accident 1713 01:31:47,589 --> 01:31:49,504 in Colorado, a few days ago. 1714 01:31:49,504 --> 01:31:52,115 [reporter]: Meanwhile, Ambassador De Castillon was met 1715 01:31:52,115 --> 01:31:54,683 this afternoon at Toronto Airport by members of a medical team 1716 01:31:54,683 --> 01:31:57,294 from the Royal Neurological Institute. 1717 01:31:57,294 --> 01:32:00,036 [camera clicking] 1718 01:32:01,646 --> 01:32:03,648 - Do you know what I'm feeling right now? 1719 01:32:03,648 --> 01:32:05,737 I am feeling tropical heat. 1720 01:32:05,737 --> 01:32:07,739 I am feeling Spiderwoman. 1721 01:32:07,739 --> 01:32:11,743 I am feeling Xavier Cugat. Yma Sumac. Yes! 1722 01:32:11,743 --> 01:32:16,269 I am feeling Caribe Lobos. 1723 01:32:16,269 --> 01:32:19,751 The wild orchid of the Amazon. 1724 01:32:19,751 --> 01:32:23,276 Oh yes, we are talking mud, ladies, earth. 1725 01:32:23,276 --> 01:32:26,758 Wind. Twigs. Leaves. 1726 01:32:26,758 --> 01:32:28,760 Texture, texture, texture! 1727 01:32:28,760 --> 01:32:32,677 Then... Walk away! 1728 01:32:33,243 --> 01:32:35,767 - At Indigo, former model Tina Menzhal 1729 01:32:35,767 --> 01:32:38,248 Was signing her new book Hot Buzz. 1730 01:32:38,248 --> 01:32:40,946 Which tells of her years as an international jet-setter. 1731 01:32:40,946 --> 01:32:43,732 The book, written by Tina with Bobby Veau, 1732 01:32:43,732 --> 01:32:46,561 tells of the years of struggle and success. 1733 01:32:46,561 --> 01:32:48,998 - Well, the autobiography I did with Donald... 1734 01:32:49,868 --> 01:32:51,783 Sutherland... 1735 01:32:51,783 --> 01:32:54,699 spent four weeks on the Canadian bestseller list. 1736 01:32:54,699 --> 01:32:56,701 So, uh, like Donald, 1737 01:32:56,701 --> 01:32:59,791 Tina's story is a story that really has to be told. 1738 01:32:59,791 --> 01:33:02,228 [dance music] 1739 01:33:02,620 --> 01:33:06,276 - This is a design reminiscent of what Tom Ford is doing at Gucci. 1740 01:33:06,276 --> 01:33:08,583 - So, Tina. How do you decide, 1741 01:33:08,583 --> 01:33:10,585 you know, like, what people like? 1742 01:33:10,585 --> 01:33:13,413 - Well, I've been involved in fashion for a long time. 1743 01:33:13,413 --> 01:33:16,242 I was a model. - Really. Where? 1744 01:33:16,242 --> 01:33:18,244 - In New York. Paris. 1745 01:33:18,244 --> 01:33:20,856 - Way cool. Tell me. Do you miss the action? 1746 01:33:20,856 --> 01:33:22,727 - Yeah. 1747 01:33:22,727 --> 01:33:24,599 Sometimes, I really do. 1748 01:33:24,599 --> 01:33:26,731 - Oh. I'm getting that signal again. 1749 01:33:26,731 --> 01:33:28,820 Here's something our director used to dance to 1750 01:33:28,820 --> 01:33:31,344 at these things called raves? 1751 01:33:31,344 --> 01:33:34,304 Anyway, here's Hootie and the... Fish? 1752 01:33:34,304 --> 01:33:36,915 He's so serious about these things. Check it out. 1753 01:33:36,915 --> 01:33:40,397 - The annual Cerebral Palsy Marathon was run in Cornwall, yesterday. 1754 01:33:40,397 --> 01:33:44,444 And the winner was Dr. Grant Monroe, of Cornwall General. 1755 01:33:44,444 --> 01:33:47,534 The award was presented to Dr. Monroe by Cornwall's 1756 01:33:47,534 --> 01:33:48,840 very own Tina Menzhal. 1757 01:33:50,581 --> 01:33:52,888 [crowd exclaiming] 1758 01:33:57,327 --> 01:33:59,329 - I hit the wall underneath the bridge. 1759 01:33:59,329 --> 01:34:01,418 But I could see the finish line from over there, 1760 01:34:01,418 --> 01:34:02,549 so the pain just disappeared. 1761 01:34:03,855 --> 01:34:05,335 I also knew that Miss Menzhal was gonna be here. 1762 01:34:05,335 --> 01:34:08,207 So, I mean, I had to come in first. 1763 01:34:11,863 --> 01:34:14,692 - Performance artist Antonia Rubles Hewitt 1764 01:34:14,692 --> 01:34:19,218 set the normally staid city of Cardiff on its collective ear this week. 1765 01:34:19,218 --> 01:34:22,874 The ex-model is proposing an installation composed or, 1766 01:34:22,874 --> 01:34:26,878 shall we say decomposed, of a rather unique medium. 1767 01:34:26,878 --> 01:34:29,838 In the Piero Manzoni genre. 1768 01:34:31,448 --> 01:34:33,537 Now, Toni. 1769 01:34:33,537 --> 01:34:36,758 This installation bears a rather provocative name. Don't you think? 1770 01:34:36,758 --> 01:34:39,674 - I think that it's an honest name. 1771 01:34:39,674 --> 01:34:41,153 - And you are calling this installation? 1772 01:34:41,153 --> 01:34:42,459 - Shit. 1773 01:34:43,982 --> 01:34:45,723 - Could you tell us why, dear? 1774 01:34:45,723 --> 01:34:48,683 - Uh, because that's what it's made of. 1775 01:34:51,294 --> 01:34:54,253 This is a show about my life. I've had a shitty life. 1776 01:34:54,253 --> 01:34:56,255 And I'm telling it like it is. 1777 01:34:56,255 --> 01:34:58,257 - Fascinating, Toni dear. 1778 01:34:58,257 --> 01:35:00,042 But if I may ask, this is... 1779 01:35:01,478 --> 01:35:03,654 Whose? 1780 01:35:03,654 --> 01:35:05,656 - Mine. This is my shit 1781 01:35:05,656 --> 01:35:07,266 I want you to look at. 1782 01:35:16,058 --> 01:35:18,321 - Show business story. - Definitely. 1783 01:35:18,321 --> 01:35:19,931 - Not Shania Twain. 1784 01:35:19,931 --> 01:35:22,978 - No. I think Shania just bought a castle in Switzerland. 1785 01:35:22,978 --> 01:35:24,806 - That's right. [audience laughing] 1786 01:35:24,806 --> 01:35:27,504 - So, it's a political, sports, show business personality? 1787 01:35:27,504 --> 01:35:28,984 - Yes. 1788 01:35:28,984 --> 01:35:30,942 - From the Valley. - It's not an easy one. 1789 01:35:30,942 --> 01:35:33,336 - I'm lost. - So am I. 1790 01:35:33,336 --> 01:35:35,599 [bells] - I have to pass. 1791 01:35:35,599 --> 01:35:38,776 - Well, since we are running out of time, please turn around now, panel. 1792 01:35:38,776 --> 01:35:41,344 And meet international personality, Tina Menzhal! 1793 01:35:41,344 --> 01:35:44,739 - Tina! Yes, I remember. 1794 01:35:44,739 --> 01:35:46,741 - Yeah. - Interesting choice. 1795 01:35:46,741 --> 01:35:48,177 - Wonderful. 1796 01:35:48,177 --> 01:35:50,788 - This was the show of the season. 1797 01:35:50,788 --> 01:35:52,790 I am telling you. The colors, the lines, the clothes. 1798 01:35:52,790 --> 01:35:54,705 Everything was perfect. 1799 01:35:54,705 --> 01:35:57,360 We live for shows like this. We really do. It's unbelievable. 1800 01:35:57,360 --> 01:35:59,841 Caribe. Caribe. You must be so excited. 1801 01:35:59,841 --> 01:36:02,365 - Si. - Of course she's excited. 1802 01:36:02,365 --> 01:36:04,367 The world is excited! 1803 01:36:04,367 --> 01:36:06,369 A genius of this magnitude only comes along once. 1804 01:36:06,369 --> 01:36:08,588 And I'm telling you, we have seen it here tonight! 1805 01:36:28,565 --> 01:36:30,567 - The department of transport promised us months ago 1806 01:36:30,567 --> 01:36:32,177 to come up with a solution. 1807 01:36:32,177 --> 01:36:34,571 But again, we're the last ones to get plowed! 1808 01:36:34,571 --> 01:36:36,747 Look. I'm a doctor. I'm on call. 1809 01:36:36,747 --> 01:36:39,010 My wife is 8-months pregnant. 1810 01:36:39,010 --> 01:36:40,707 It's not the safest situation. 1811 01:36:41,796 --> 01:36:43,580 - Thank you. That was great. 1812 01:36:45,800 --> 01:36:47,584 - I'm gonna have to get going too. 1813 01:36:47,584 --> 01:36:50,239 Don't wait up for me. I'm filling in for Jeff. 1814 01:36:50,239 --> 01:36:52,371 See you in the morning. 1815 01:36:57,463 --> 01:36:59,074 I love you. 1816 01:37:08,257 --> 01:37:11,477 [excerpt from Verdi's La Traviata] 1817 01:37:56,914 --> 01:38:02,354 Subtitling: difuze inc. 1818 01:38:36,562 --> 01:38:40,305 ♪ Evening shadows make me blue ♪ 1819 01:38:41,785 --> 01:38:46,137 ♪ When each weary day is through ♪ 1820 01:38:47,486 --> 01:38:51,099 ♪ How I long to be with you ♪ 1821 01:38:53,057 --> 01:38:57,322 ♪ My happiness 1822 01:38:58,410 --> 01:39:02,501 ♪ Every day I reminisce 1823 01:39:03,938 --> 01:39:08,246 ♪ Dreaming of your tender kiss ♪ 1824 01:39:09,421 --> 01:39:13,730 ♪ Always thinking how I miss ♪ 1825 01:39:14,818 --> 01:39:19,170 ♪ My happiness 1826 01:39:19,910 --> 01:39:24,523 ♪ A million years it seems ♪ 1827 01:39:25,176 --> 01:39:29,485 ♪ Have gone by since we shared our dreams ♪ 1828 01:39:30,442 --> 01:39:34,359 ♪ But I'll hold you again 1829 01:39:35,578 --> 01:39:40,017 ♪ There'll be no blue memories then ♪ 1830 01:39:41,584 --> 01:39:46,284 ♪ Whether skies are grey or blue ♪ 1831 01:39:47,242 --> 01:39:51,507 ♪ Any place on earth will do ♪ 1832 01:39:52,812 --> 01:39:57,426 ♪ Just as long as I'm with you ♪ 1833 01:39:58,383 --> 01:40:02,909 ♪ My happiness 134438

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