Throwback Thursday – This Week in 1995

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Mariah Carey shares a “Fantasy”; Jim Carrey gets a call from “Nature”

fan·ta·sy
noun
1. 
the faculty or activity of imagining things, especially things that are impossible or improbable.

Or, in other words, the faculty of surviving through one’s day-to-day misery. Now, there are fantasies that are completely improbable. For instance, I know I’ll never be an animated duck that can somehow swim through heaps of gold:

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But I’m going to keep that dream alive because it looks like a great time and I barely have enough change to fill a teacup.

Now, on to other, more likely, fantasies of mine…

Have dinner with Glenn Close:

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Be in a movie and get to “react”:

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Win an Oscar:

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And if none of these come to pass, I pray that fantasy transforms into the ignorant bliss known as “delusion”…

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Mariah Carey’s “Fantasy” was released on September 12, 1995 and spent eight weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for eight consecutive weeks from September 24 to November 18, 1995.

When it comes to Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, there are some that think it’s hysterical and others who think it’s brainless and a complete waste of time. But that’s comedy for you. You be the judge of this:

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I think it’s funny. And with that comedy bar set high, I have a comedy screenplay to work on…

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls was released on November 10, 1995 with an opening weekend gross of $37.8 million and a total U.S. box office gross of $108.4 million.

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