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Flat Stanley Works the Red Carpet
Flat Stanley makes a splash on the red carpet
After touristing in Hollywood, hanging at the beach and partying like a rock star at Mr T's Bowl, we hit Beverly Hills. Tourists go to Hollywood to see stars, but you won't see a movie star within miles of Mann's Chinese Theater. Stars work in Burbank, glam it up in Beverly Hills, and get in trouble on the Sunset Strip (Oops, is my Chateau Marmont film missing? I mean, ummm, I accidentally erased that disk). Let's just stick to the Christian awards for now...
Look out, Julia Roberts! Pretty Flat Stanley is here!"
Louis Gossett Jr. will always be a screaming drill sergeant in my mind
Rising star Eduardo Verastequi
A taste of the good life!
We need a break from the red carpet. Pupu platter, anyone?
Ha ha, I'm not really on fire!
What? I have a room key. It's here ...somewhere. OK, back to the red carpet. I'm going. I'm going.
Buzz Aldrin. Buzz punched out a guy awhile back for saying the moon landing was a fake - quien es mas macho?
Hanging with Stephen Baldwin, my favorite smirking reality star. You're holding me a little tight there, Stephen? Stephen???
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