Thursday, November 02, 2006

He wasn't trying to warn you off drugs, he was warning you about a global Jewish conspiracy

We're sure that Courtney Love believes that it was the sudden appearance of Mel Gibson which persuaded her it was time to quit drugs:

"Mel kept coming to the door with this cheesy grin going, `Hi!' " Love said in an interview with Diane Sawyer that aired Tuesday on ABC's "Good Morning America."

"I just kept looking at him going — I can't cuss — um, `Blank off!' ... I know him and he's a nice guy. It didn't matter who it was. It could have been Jesus. I didn't care," the 42-year-old rocker-actress said.

Love said Gibson, accompanied by addiction counsellor Warren Boyd, left with the men "to have a cheeseburger" while Boyd talked to her about seeking treatment.

Could it just be, though, that Courtney had swallowed so many drugs she was just hallucinating Mel Gibsons? Perhaps if she'd carried on, Goofy, Bob Barker, and Terry Sullivan from Brookside would have formed a mainly-human pyramid outside her window with a 'No to drugs' banner.

Here's a curious little fact, though: Mel Gibson and Courtney Love share a publicist, in Alan Nierob. He wouldn't be attempting to do two character rehabilitations for the price of one, would he?