It's Him



In the restaurant last night, this:





You: Oh man, it’s him. Don’t turn around.



Her: Him who?



You: I think he was one of the the Lost Boys. I can see him from where I’m sitting, and it’s him. When you turn around, he’s at the table across the way there, facing us. Don’t turn around.



Her: Ok.



You: Okay … now you can look.



Her: (Turns around, looks, turns back.) I didn’t see anyone from that movie.



You: Well, it’s him.



Her: What was he wearing?



You: A blue short-sleeve button up shirt and jeans.



Her: I saw that man. he wasn’t in the movie.



You: I think he was.



Her: Don’t you always think you recognize famous people, and it turns out never to be them?



You: No. That really was John Goodman on the motorcycle that time. I’m positive of it.



Her: Ok.



You: Anyway, this is him.



Her: Which one? He’s not Corey Haim or Corey Feldman.



You: No, no. One of the Lost Boys.



Her: Not the guy from Bill and Ted, not the pretty-boy, not Michael.



You: No, of course not Michael.



Her: Well, that’s it. Those are all of the Lost Boys.



You: One of the other Lost Boys.



Her: He’s not Kiefer Sutherland.



You: No.



Her: None are left.



You: Okay, I know who he is.



Her: Who?



You: He looks like, if that one guy from the movie that was just on had a younger brother.



Her: Oh, the guy who played the obnoxious cop in Starsky & Hutch?



You: Yes, him. This guy is his brother.


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