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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Lee 2.0, Apr 24, 2013.
Nice leisure suit, Mr. Betty White.
I was going for "Maybe?" or "Maybe..."
I knew it was the wrong character but thought it was a funny response anyway, given the thread.
I like her too.
But I think it has to do with the fact she looks like she could be the long lost sister to Britney and Whitney Stevens. (careful if you google those girls.)
While it may have been used most for Ann, it was used in reference to other characters on that show. Lucille and Maggie Lizer are the first two to come to mind. Ann's mother is another. So, I think it was properly used in reference to a female from that show.
Not sure how true that is...Kristin Chenoweth is like four foot nine! I didn't think that would work for a lot of guys.
As we find out in Pushing Daisies, she's 59" tall. Besides, men are not hung up about women's height like women are hung up on men's height.
Height wise I'd much rather be a 4'11" woman than a 5'6" guy.
I resemble that remark.
I had that same discussion with my mother in law. My daughter is really short and my MIL wanted her to go for growth hormones. To me, being a short woman has it's advantages.
Anyway, I'm not that attracted to Kristen, but I could see why some would consider her so.
I'm 6'4", so I may look at it a little differently. She walked past me near Broadway once, and I swear she definitely looked shorter than 4'11"...but she still looked hot!
Speak for other men.
That would be difficult. Besides, that was a generalization, not an absolute statement.
Maybe she is shorter than that, but it's her "official" height.
The same way I was 'officially' 6'6" when I played college basketball...
4'11" isn't implausible. If she is shorter you can't tell by eye.
True...I don't even remember if she was wearing heels when I saw her on the street. I just remember thinking she looked like the smallest person I'd ever seen who was not a 'little person', as Matt Roloff would describe.
The very large man (bodyguard?) she was walking with probably made her look even smaller to me. He wasn't as tall as he was....large. Very large.
Like Linda Hunt (NCIS: LA), for example.
I'm just going to ignore this post and keep the image of Kristin Chenowith in my mind instead, thank you very much!
I get this one.