I used to have a crush on Rob Lowe. That was when I was younger. I am now an adult and recently came out as a lesbian. When I think back to all the male celebrities that I used to "crush" on - a few of whom have since come out - it would be very easy to say "yes, Rob Lowe is a major homo." But, my psyche is not proven fact lol.
I actually don't think Rob Lowe is gay. Maybe I'm wrong. However, he is a huge idiot when it comes to women. Regardless of his sexual orientation, having sex with a minor is completely unacceptable and I fucking hate that people like him can basically get away with it because they are famous. And the same goes for all that happened with his nanny.
I'm so happy for you!! I like Rob Lowe. Unfortunately, he's not one of my favorite actors, but I'd give him kudos for his acting skills. He played good roles in 'West Wing', he was great in 'Salem's Lot' and I'm sure he's wonderful in 'Brothers and Sisters'. He's a great actor. I was sorry they canceled his series about a Vegas doctor. I thought it was good and had a lot of potential.
The Rob Lowe case, 3 possibilities, what is your take, A, B or C ?
B all the way.
with what they have at stake, they are too smart to do anything that could be interpreted as sexual innuendo.
i believe rob lowe
why? he and his wife are a classy, elegant couple and would not even begin to put themselves in a position where they would have something like this happen. the nanny was looking for some sort of payday and thought she could threaten them. i feel sorry that the lowe family has to air this in public, but i think his reputation will only be enhanced by his decisive action in this case.
Isn't Rob Lowe's picture holding a dead bird cruel and not amusing?
I totally agree...it's really sick. It was an accident, but absolutely not funny...and I can't believe people were in the crowd laughing!!! The STATE BIRD no less! He looks like he belongs in one of those smug hunting photos. Ugh.
Do you think Matt Dillon, Rob Lowe and C. Thomas Howell looked hot in The Outsiders?
All three are very attractive. My favorite is C. Thomas Howell because he played Ponyboy. <3
And as for them "pushing 50" that's not even close.
C. Thomas just turned 41.
Rob Lowe is almost 44.
Matt Dillon just turned 44 last week.
where can i watch "about last night..." with demi moore and rob lowe?
Keep an eye on your cable system. It shows up periodically on the Oxygen Channel and other channels that show chick flicks. In fact, it was on just a month or so ago and I just got around to watching it this morning.
Do you have a checking account or a savings account? If you do, you can set up a Paypal account. Many online retailers accept Paypal payments.
Here's the link to Amazon's listing. This listing includes both NEW copies (sold by Amazon.com) and USED copies (sold by other retailers). You can also rent it to watch now or buy it to watch now at that same Amazon listing. Amazon doesn't accept Paypal, but they will draft payments directly from your bank account, so you won't need a credit card.
Walmart.com has it in stock AND they accept Paypal. Here's the link: http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=1105851
You can also call the used bookstores in your town. They will very often deal in used movies and may have it in stock. If not, they'll make a note of your request and let you know when they do get a copy.
you may be able to rent it from your local library.
Where can I find the SNL video of Rob Lowe Doing the trout dance?
Netflix has a variety of SNL videos that have surfaced in their "On Demand" lists that you can watch instantly. They organize each episode by the guest star and they are commercial free. It costs about ten dollars a month to join, but its worth it because they have just about every movie, tv show and special ever made. Check into it.
Bad Influence (1990): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099091/
"Michael, a wimpy young executive, is about to get pulverized by a jealous boyfriend in a bar when a handsome, mysterious stranger steps in--and then disappears. Later that night, while jogging, Michael runs into the stranger on a pier. He introduces himself as Alex, and the two go out to an under- ground club. Within a matter of days, Alex wheedles his way into Michael's life and turns it upside down, and Michael doesn't realize that Alex is a dangerous sociopath until it's too late."
Has anyone watched a movie about a boy trying to get red shoe but it isNot THe Christmas Shoes with Rob Lowe?
Is it hansu kurushitan anderusan no sekai? It's about Uncle Oley, who comes by to have his shoes repaired by the boy's father and pays with a piece of red leather. The leather is well timed, since there's a contest to make red shoes for the princess to wear to the opera and Hans' father couldn't afford the red leather.
He's listed in IMDB as 'uncredited'.
Robe Lowe was a friend of Chris Farley and did the movie as a favor to him. He was also doing Stephen King's The Stand at the time and was contractually obligated so needed to be uncredited in Tommy Boy for that reason.
Where can I find the video of the SNL skit with Rob Lowe as Shaggy on Nancy Grace?
That SNL skit is titled "Pros & Cons" which aired on October 7, 2000.
Rob Lowe - Warren "Shaggy" Shagowski
Rob Lowe - Scooby Doo (voice)
Ana Gasteyer - Nancy Grace
Chris Parnell - Mark Fassbinder, attorney
Here is the transcript:
Nancy Grace: Welcome back to "Pros & Cons". I'm Nancy Grace. Today: what happens when ordinary citizens take the laws into their own hands? Is it justice in a world of corrupt law enforcement, or simply anarchy? Here to discuss the issue, live from Raiford State Prison in Florida, are my first guests - David Montgomery, and his attorney Mark Fassbinder.
[ show David and Mark sitting glumly in a jail cell ]
Mark Fassbinder: Thank you, Nancy.
Nancy Grace: On the surface, Mr. Montgomery's crime seems all too familiar - a desperate man, down on his luck, discovers a broken-down amusement park is built on top of some pirate treasure.. so he tries to scare people away from it by dressing up like a ghost. An old, old story. But this time, there is a bizarre twist. His "alleged" crime was discovered by a group of amateur detectives. Two of them are here with me now. Please welcome Scooby Doo, and his associate Warren "Shaggy" Shagowski.
[ cut to a creepy, night setting with Rob Lowe dressed as Shaggy and a hideous puppet version of Scooby Doo at his side ]
Shaggy: Like, wow! We're thrilled to be here!
Nancy Grace: Mr. Shagowski, Mr. Doo.. we'll start with you. What made you decide to take the law into your own hands?
Shaggy: Well, one day, me and Scoob and the gang, we're sitting around the malt shop, when we decided the law's gone soft on all the dirtbags who get their jollies dressing up as apemen or glowing deep sea divers!
Scooby Doo: Yeah. Dirtbags! Hee-hee hee-hee-hee-hee!
Mark Fassbinder: Well, that's if Mr. Shaggowski can pass himself off as a "champion" of law and order. But the truth is that this man and his dog - not to mention, another member of their gang - a smaller, scrappier dog - all have an extensive criminal record!
Scooby Doo: That's a rie!
Mark Fassbinder: I have the evidence right here, Mr. Doo! Prior convinctions include 4 counts of meddling, 12 counts of meddling in the second degree, 2 counts of vehicular meddling, meddling across state lines, and last, but certainly not least, sodomy! I'm sorry.. I misread that.. it's "meddling", I apologize.
Shaggy: Well, zoinks! Honestly! Zoinks you in the ass! We're the ones putting our gonads on the line! We're the ones dressing up as Italian barbers, pretending to give fake monsters haircuts!
Mark Fassbinder: It's all an act, Nancy! He'd have us believe that he puts himself at risk! That sometimes he's so scared, he tries to run away, and can only float in mid-air running in place. But the truth is that he and his friends actively go out looking for trouble!
Shaggy: Like, we're not asking to get flat tires outside of spooky castles, man! It just happens!
Mark Fassbinder: Please! You're a degenerate! You know, Nancy, I once saw this man take two stacks of coldcuts, shuffle them like a deck of cards, then ate the entire thing!
Shaggy: Like, look.. the sentences handed out to fake ghosts and werewolves are far too lenient!
Nancy Grace: Well, what would you suggest is appropriate punishment?
Scooby Doo: Reath renalty!
Nancy Grace: You're honestly advocating the reath renalty? Wow. Strong words. Strong, poorly pronounced words from a large dog.
Shaggy: Hey, lady! Like, I thought this was America? I don't want to live in a country where four hippies and a talking dog can't have the freedom to catch fake ghosts with the occasional help of Phyllis Diller or the Harlem Globetrotters! That's my America! And while you may not agree with my opinion, you're not gonna change it!
Mark Fassbinder: [ touched ] Wow. Like, zoinks, I.. I didn't know you felt that way.. But.. would you consider compromising your ethics.. [ reaches down ] ..for a Scooby Snack? [ holds up box ]
Shaggy: [ excited ] Like, wow! A Scooby Snack!
Scooby Doo: Yeah! Yeah! Hee-hee hee-hee-hee-hee!
Nancy Grace: That's about all the time we have. Please join us next week when we examine the conflict of victims' rights in the theft of pic-a-nic baskets.
[ fade ]