IN TEARS Our favorite cowgirl, Uma Thurman, really does get the blues. Not just because Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, the long-awaited screen adaptation of Tom Robbins’ best-seller that she starred in, met with savage criticism. According to
a recent New York Post item, a persistent photographer snared a Kodak moment of the actress "taking long, hold-it-in breaths from something that looked hand-rolled." A witness at the scene claimed that “Uma totally freaked out and started to cry.”
Maybe it was just great weed. Regardless, Uma scores big-time in the highly acclaimed Pulp Fiction.
HERBAL RECALL In The Prince of Wales:
Biography, Prince Charles gave author Jonathan Dimblebyfull access to personal, daily journals and over 10,000 pieces of correspondence. The book reports that, on a trip to Hawaii, the Chuckster was
approached by “two pot-smoking blondes” who promised his High-ness “a night he would never forget.” (We trust the blondes were offering some fine Hawaiian herb and not some other type of royal treatment.) His Degeneracy declined the offer. “Uneasy lies the Head,” as Shakespeare said. Although Buckingham Palace denies it, Princess Di (rhymes with DIE) has been talking about relocating to the USA following their divorce. Time to stiffen up immigration laws.
MODEL BEHAVIOR At the recent Fashion Week in New York, the Council of Fashion Designers of America employed undercover, female nares to crack down on alleged rampant drug use among designers, makeup artists, hair stylists and the models themselves. Anonymous sources say “these girls aren’t just smoking joints—it’s heroin and cocaine.” Whether anorexia police were present is not known.
THE TUBE In a recent episode of The George Carlin Show, Tommy Chong guest-starred and tried to scam his way into an ounce by insisting
he had glaucoma. When found out, he claimed he was glaucoma-free due to pot’s medicinal qualities.... William Künstler played himself on Law & Order. ^