Mary Margaret McBride? Famous dress designer? No: A broadcaster. The “First Lady of Radio,” they called her - she cracked the mike in 1934. Bob and Ray’s “Mary McGoon” character was loosely based on her; people would have gotten the reference.
Lot of coppertops going on in the Half Size Shop; Number Four looks like Ann-Margret’s smarter sister. Much more alluring and much more fascinating - but after a while, men edged away and found other dates. There was a hard truth in what she said some times. An unsparing way of looking at the world that left you wishing you'd put antiseptic in the flask instead of gin. Nothing she said was wrong - maybe that was the problem, I don't know. Look, I'm one guy, I can't change the world, what do you want me to do? I just want to have fun. Don't you want to have fun?
What do you mean, what comes after that? I don't know! Sunday! How come chicks like you can never like relax? Why does everything have to mean something?