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Jim Mullen's Hot Sheet

The 15 hottest topics for the week of January 10, 1992

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What the country is talking about this week

1. ALL ABOUT EVE YELTSIN
Gorbachev should have known something was up when he caught Boris trying on his suits.

2. JFK
Well, that blows my ”jealous husband” theory all to hell.

3. WARREN BEATTY
Suddenly accessible. Meeting the press must be the only way he can sneak out of the house.

4. JANE FONDA-TED TURNER WEDDING
So what’d the bride wear — plaid?

5. GRAND CANYON
If you were searching for the meaning of life, would you start in Los Angeles?

6. YEAR-END WRAP-UPS
You can’t remember back to last January? Then don’t forget the $50 you owe me.

7. G.M. LAYOFFS
Americans just aren’t buying big, ugly, expensive cars from unpleasant people anymore. Go figure.

8. THE COLD WAR
We won! So in 20 years we’ll be buying Russian cars and stereos.

9. THE DEMOCRATIC SIX-PACK
Poor New Hampshire. It must be like having an Amway visit every night.

10. THE PRINCE OF TIDES
Director Streisand’s best work yet. But she should have left her fingernails on the cutting room floor.

11. MARTHA RAYE
Says For the Boys was her idea. Maybe they can get her to take credit for Hudson Hawk, too.

12. MARY HART’S BABY
Can we suggest a few names? Axl. Pee-wee. Clarence. Willie.

13. EURO-DISNEY
The French employees don’t like the dress code, but Disney says they have to wear tops.

14. TIME’S MAN OF THE YEAR
Ted Turner? What’s the matter — Rick Dees say no?

15. FATHER OF THE BRIDE
Where the child of a Wild & Crazy Guy and Annie Hall gets married. Feel old yet?