Lookin’ Back:  Eddie and the Cruisers
Movie Star Tom Berenger was just flippin’ through some of his old Penthouse magazines here, and a blonde bombshell from the August 1987 issue really got my groin rumblin’.  Reminded me of the time I was doing a job as Frank Ridgeway in 1983’s, “Eddie and the Cruisers.”  Frank Ridgeway is a cool sounding name.
First off, Movie Star Tom Berenger wanted to say what a pleasure it was to work with Joey Pantoliano.  Pants is a professional actor and always had a similar work ethic to Movie Star Tom Berenger.  But like the saying goes that I made up, “Work hard, play harder.”
Movie Star Tom Berenger was in a relationship then with some nobody, and you have no idea how difficult it was to keep my nuggets in check with stone cold fox, Ellen Barkin, on set everyday.
Needless to say, Movie Star Tom Berenger kicked whatshername to gutter where she belonged, and after we wrapped the job, Pants came over to celebrate with a nice sized amount of Columbian cowboy dust.
Well, after ridin’ a few rails, I started to get some pixies dancin’ in my Hanes, so I gave Barkin a ring to see if she wanted join the fiesta.  Pants was outback fiddlin’ around with my .38.
Barkin showed up in a flash.  Seems she just got in a squabble with her old man and was lookin’ to let loose.  Ellen knocked back a few shots of mescal, popped a cold one, and started to rip snowflakes like a tiny Santa Claus.  I don’t really know what that means, but stay with me here.
I suggested we adjurn to the Jacuzzi and Barkin didn’t think twice about droppin’ down to her skivvies, grabbing a bottle of Cold Duck, and heading direct.  Watching her hams switch back in forth in front of me got Movie Star Tom Berenger’s joint rockin’ and rollin’, so I made no mistake about lettin’ her know.  Barkin played it cool with a hair flip and we got in the suds.
After a couple pulls off the bubbly, EB straddled Movie Star Tom Berenger’s 4.5, slipped aside her knickers and it was Balldeep City.  It didn’t take long for Pants to notice the commotion, and I gave him the high sign.  We arrested her Chinese style for about 20 minutes until Joey lost his soldier due to an intestinal issue.  I finished up the game as a one man operation, and Barkin said she was grateful.  Barkin stayed over for about 3 days and we musta balled for at least 60 of those 72 hours.  Eventually she made nice with her fella and split, which was fine by me.  Movie Star Tom Berenger needed a nice sandwich and some shut eye.
Eddie and the Cruisers.  Always did like that picture.  So that’s my story.
I’m Movie Star Tom Berenger.

Lookin’ Back:  Eddie and the Cruisers

Movie Star Tom Berenger was just flippin’ through some of his old Penthouse magazines here, and a blonde bombshell from the August 1987 issue really got my groin rumblin’.  Reminded me of the time I was doing a job as Frank Ridgeway in 1983’s, “Eddie and the Cruisers.”  Frank Ridgeway is a cool sounding name.

First off, Movie Star Tom Berenger wanted to say what a pleasure it was to work with Joey Pantoliano.  Pants is a professional actor and always had a similar work ethic to Movie Star Tom Berenger.  But like the saying goes that I made up, “Work hard, play harder.”

Movie Star Tom Berenger was in a relationship then with some nobody, and you have no idea how difficult it was to keep my nuggets in check with stone cold fox, Ellen Barkin, on set everyday.

Needless to say, Movie Star Tom Berenger kicked whatshername to gutter where she belonged, and after we wrapped the job, Pants came over to celebrate with a nice sized amount of Columbian cowboy dust.

Well, after ridin’ a few rails, I started to get some pixies dancin’ in my Hanes, so I gave Barkin a ring to see if she wanted join the fiesta.  Pants was outback fiddlin’ around with my .38.

Barkin showed up in a flash.  Seems she just got in a squabble with her old man and was lookin’ to let loose.  Ellen knocked back a few shots of mescal, popped a cold one, and started to rip snowflakes like a tiny Santa Claus.  I don’t really know what that means, but stay with me here.

I suggested we adjurn to the Jacuzzi and Barkin didn’t think twice about droppin’ down to her skivvies, grabbing a bottle of Cold Duck, and heading direct.  Watching her hams switch back in forth in front of me got Movie Star Tom Berenger’s joint rockin’ and rollin’, so I made no mistake about lettin’ her know.  Barkin played it cool with a hair flip and we got in the suds.

After a couple pulls off the bubbly, EB straddled Movie Star Tom Berenger’s 4.5, slipped aside her knickers and it was Balldeep City.  It didn’t take long for Pants to notice the commotion, and I gave him the high sign.  We arrested her Chinese style for about 20 minutes until Joey lost his soldier due to an intestinal issue.  I finished up the game as a one man operation, and Barkin said she was grateful.  Barkin stayed over for about 3 days and we musta balled for at least 60 of those 72 hours.  Eventually she made nice with her fella and split, which was fine by me.  Movie Star Tom Berenger needed a nice sandwich and some shut eye.

Eddie and the Cruisers.  Always did like that picture.  So that’s my story.

I’m Movie Star Tom Berenger.