Friday, April 27, 2007

6 Degrees of Casey Serin™

Hey kids, let’s play 6 Degrees of Casey Serin™!

The rules are similar 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon, but we want to keep it organic™, so don’t feel limited to film actors. Essentially, any actor in everyday life can be used to make a link.
Feel free to make up your own definition of an “actor in everyday life” because in CaseyLand™ we’re open to loose interpretations. In fact, we're open to just about everything.

Let’s begin with Edie "The Egg Lady" in Pink Flamingos.

UPDATE: The lucky winner gets one of my award winning kombucha mushrooms.


Aspeth said...

Oh, good...I'm glad we're using Casey definitions of 'actor.' I'm *weak* at this game, so that will help.

If you didn't see the response I left you, I just wanted to make sure you knew that you set off a lot of frenchy talk this morning at EN.

Akubi said...

I missed the updates to that post, but went back and responded (hard to keep track of the onslaught of EN comments with a looser W2 job). Well now that we have Casey back he'll be keeping us entertained without having to play any games:).

Schnapps said...

Ha. This one didn't take 6 degrees. And I don't even know if it fits the contest, but its all good!

Edith Massey (The Egg Lady) was in Pink Flamingos with "Divine" the female impersonator.

"Divine" was in "Hairspray" with Jerry Stiller.

Jerry Stiller was referenced in a comment on Casey's blog on November 5, 2006 as the guy who would play Casey's dad in the story of his life.

Its comment number 72 on this post


Aspeth said...

Holy crap! Very nice, Schnapps! I'm always super impressed when people pull off the references to make a six-degrees connection. Like I said, I royally suck at it.

A toast!

Schnapps said...

This is what happens when you google "Jerry Stiller Robert Kiyosaki" and go to the second page of links.

::glugs Eherenfelzer::

Et il me semble qu'il y a beaucoup de "haterz" qui parlent le francais. :)

Lou Minatti said...

Eggs! Eggs, oh eggs!

RIP, Edith Massey.

Akubi said...

Wow, given Schnapps 3 degree response maybe we need an "organic" and "inorganic" winner...