even sadder is the fact that none of the O'Neal kids is as hot as their dad was in his prime...go rent "What's Up, Doc?" and see both Ryan O'Neal AND Barbra Streisand at their hottest.
Also, it's a great movie.
Shockingest!: Ryan makes Farah Fawcett look like a responsible adult.
no picking on Farrah...not only is she aging poorly, she's fighting cancer.
And, she has poor taste in men.
And, she cannot act.
He has Ryan O'Neal's and Farrah Fawcett's genes and this is what he does with them?
There are plenty of reasons the economy is fucked, but I don't think Ryan O'Neal's tweaking tastes is one of them. He hasn't been a "star" for decades.
Now, if Brad Pit is arrested with crystal on him, it's time to take your money and bury it in the yard.
and ryan's how old? 67? not looking bad for 67. not looking good, either....
@3 she might be aging but we'll always have that life size sculpture of her massive ego.
I don't get it, I thought crystal costs more than coke?
Farrah's a terrible mother whether she has cancer or not. She is partially responsible for Tatum and Griffen's condition.
Yeah Yeah I'm really upset that these rich white people are destroying their bodies and shortening their lives. Cry me a river baby.
Tatum O'Neal is NOT the daughter of Farrah Fawcett...she is her stepdaughter and Farrah had little to nothing to do with her upbringing; Tatum was in her teens when Farrah entered the picture.
The issues that the O'Neals have with drugs/alcohol have been going on for decades and have nothing to do with Farrah.
I don't get this - they searched the house for meth because of the son's prior use, found some in Ryan's room, and busted them both? Isn't it likely that the kid just stashed it all over the house and they found it? I wonder why they assumed it was Ryan's. The article was clearly leaving something out.
Tatum and her brother were in their teens when Farrah made Ryan choose to be with her or to be their father. He chose Farrah, naturally. So Farrah does not have any responsibility as the step-mother of then teenagers? Step-parents can be evil and so was Farrah.
Give us a smile, boys!
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