what would come from Matt Bomer and Chace Crawford having a baby together, if that were possible (and whether that were possible or not, I would like to see them try). He is British, which adds "accent" to his list of tremendously appealing accomplishments.
Wilde’s 8/29/11; 11/7/11) Olivia Wilde (as of 6/29/11; BV is sexy 6/30/11, 7/22/11 not as dirty as Olivia Munn’s, 8/3/11, helped her career 8/2911; 12/21/11; has to do with a man 3/13/12) Oprah Winfrey (as of 4/15/10, 5/4/10, one of Ted’s faves 2/21/12) Orlando Bloom (as of 9/16/09, 1/27/10, 9/15/10; "bv superstar from years back" as of 1/26/11; 11/15/11) Paris Hilton (as of, 9/11/09, 9/29/10 "a while back") Paul Wesley (as of 12/1/10, 12/6/10; involved with Ian Somerhalder’s BV, as of 10/31/11, 2/7/12, 2/8/12 same one as Ian S and Nina D) Pete Wentz (as of 2/16/11) Rachel Bilson (as of 2/6/12 “an also-starring Vicer from a ways back”; “a costarrer” 2/16/12) (* see list below) Reese Witherspoon ( as of June '09, 9/11/09, 8/2/10, 6/4/12) Renee Zellweger (as of 1/22/10) Ricky Martin (as of 3/31/10) Robert Downey Jr.
Each film that investigates important social issues earns one point.
Every film where it isn’t clear whether the movie is a drama or a comedy earns two points.
Every film that depicts a dysfunctional family living in Brooklyn earns three points.
Every film that makes a stab toward some sort of ineffable “now-ness” earns one point.