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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUP View Post
    He's a 4...... 8's are generally more realistic than elfboy. He's in lala-land lol.....
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    Hotel Rwanda has Don Cheadle as a heroic 2w1, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Famous 2's
    Paula Abdul, Alan Alda, Tammy Faye Bakker, Brigitte Bardot, Harry Belafonte, Leo Buscaglia, Barbara Bush, Jimmy Carter, Casanova, Glenn Close, Bill Cosby, Barbara de Angelis, Princess Diana, Celine Dion, John Douglas, Faye Dunaway, Fairy Godmother, Mia Farrow, Betty Friedan, Kathie Lee Gifford, Danny Glover, Roosevelt Grier, Melanie Griffith, Leona Helmsley, Whitney Houston, Jesus Christ, Erica Jong, Sally Kellerman, Sally Kirkland, Diane Ladd, Monica Lewinsky, Jerry Lewis, James Lipton, John Lithgow, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Lucci, Madonna, Alma Mahler, Imelda Marcos, Florence Nightingale, Merlin Olsen, Yoko Ono, Suze Orman, Eva Peron, Priscilla Presley, Patsy Ramsey, Sally Jessy Raphael, Nancy Reagan, Della Reese, Lionel Ritchie, Mr. Rogers, Virginia Satir, Richard Simmons, Danielle Steel, Sally Struthers, Mother Teresa, Marlo Thomas, Richard Thomas, Jennifer Tilly, Tiny Tim, John Travolta, Ivana Trump, Desmond Tutu, Barbara Walters, Lesley Ann Warren.
    A few errors here:

    Paula Abdul: 9w8 Sx/So
    Brigitte Bardot: 9w8 Sx/So
    Jimmy Carter: 3w4 So/Sp
    Casanova: probably a 7
    Glenn Close: 8w9 Sx/Sp
    Princess Diana: 6w7 Sx/Sp
    Céline Dion: 1w2 Sx/So
    Mia Farrow: 9w1 Sx/So
    Katty Lee Gifford: 3w2 So/Sx
    Leona Helmsley: 8w7 Sp/So
    Whitney Houston: 3w4 Sx/So
    James Lipton: 9w1 Sp/Sx
    Jennifer Lopez: 3w2 Sp/Sx
    Madonna: 3w4 Sx/So
    Yoko Ono: 9w1 Sx/Sp
    Mr rogers: 9w1 So/Sx
    John Travolta: 3w2 So/Sp
    Ivana Trump: 3w2 So/Sp
    Barbara Walters: 8w7 Sx/So

    And many forget:

    Ray Charles
    Stevie Wonder
    Diana Ross
    Sai Baba
    Magic Johnson
    Arsenio Hall
    Barry Mannilow
    Pamela Anderson
    Bruno Mars
    Perez Hilton
    etc
    ...

    The rest seems right though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Lee

    A few errors here:

    Paula Abdul: 9w8 Sx/So
    Brigitte Bardot: 9w8 Sx/So
    Jimmy Carter: 3w4 So/Sp
    Casanova: probably a 7
    Glenn Close: 8w9 Sx/Sp
    Princess Diana: 6w7 Sx/Sp
    Céline Dion: 1w2 Sx/So
    Mia Farrow: 9w1 Sx/So
    Katty Lee Gifford: 3w2 So/Sx
    Leona Helmsley: 8w7 Sp/So
    Whitney Houston: 3w4 Sx/So
    James Lipton: 9w1 Sp/Sx
    Jennifer Lopez: 3w2 Sp/Sx
    Madonna: 3w4 Sx/So
    Yoko Ono: 9w1 Sx/Sp
    Mr rogers: 9w1 So/Sx
    John Travolta: 3w2 So/Sp
    Barbara Walters: 8w7 Sx/So

    And many forget:

    Ray Charles
    Stevie Wonder
    Diana Ross
    Sai Baba
    Magic Johnson
    Arsenio Hall
    Barry Mannilow
    Pamela Anderson
    Bruno Mars
    Perez Hilton
    etc
    ...

    The rest seems right though.
    Don't forget Luciano Pavarotti! Awesome dude, I hear.

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    Yes! 2w3 Sp/Sx. Like Bruno Mars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Famous 2's
    Paula Abdul, Alan Alda, Tammy Faye Bakker, Brigitte Bardot, Harry Belafonte, Leo Buscaglia, Barbara Bush, Jimmy Carter, Casanova, Glenn Close, Bill Cosby, Barbara de Angelis, Princess Diana, Celine Dion, John Douglas, Faye Dunaway, Fairy Godmother, Mia Farrow, Betty Friedan, Kathie Lee Gifford, Danny Glover, Roosevelt Grier, Melanie Griffith, Leona Helmsley, Whitney Houston, Jesus Christ, Erica Jong, Sally Kellerman, Sally Kirkland, Diane Ladd, Monica Lewinsky, Jerry Lewis, James Lipton, John Lithgow, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Lucci, Madonna, Alma Mahler, Imelda Marcos, Florence Nightingale, Merlin Olsen, Yoko Ono, Suze Orman, Eva Peron, Priscilla Presley, Patsy Ramsey, Sally Jessy Raphael, Nancy Reagan, Della Reese, Lionel Ritchie, Mr. Rogers, Virginia Satir, Richard Simmons, Danielle Steel, Sally Struthers, Mother Teresa, Marlo Thomas, Richard Thomas, Jennifer Tilly, Tiny Tim, John Travolta, Ivana Trump, Desmond Tutu, Barbara Walters, Lesley Ann Warren.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbringer View Post
    Even if this is all true, my question is really why aren't they more prominent in movies, especially as heroes, or as music stars or even as a recurring member in TV shows. In fact, the main reason why I made this thread was that I recently watched a movie called Crush, where the main villain was an obsessive 2. That in turn reminded me of Roommate and Single White Female, which again, had an obsessive roommate as the main villain. There's also Obsessed and Misery, which again has the crazy 2 as the main antagonist. All I really want is to see more heroic 2's and have some diversity in their lineup other than obsessed villains. About the most heroic 2 I've seen in movies would be Hagrid from Harry Potter and that's pretty much it, not to mention he's more of a side character than anything.
    8s, 7s and 4s do things that are bad ass, 2s usually don't. it's as simple as that. movies want characters who are shocking and attention grabbing
    PS: which leads me to my question, what happened to all the 8s in movies? there were a ton of them up until the turn of the millenium, now almost everyone is movies is a 6 of some sort
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    1) you can't type Jesus
    Watch me: Jesus was a 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
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