Brad is a freelance writer, investigative citizen journalist/blogger.
True! It was the first hit, too.
She does not yet fully realize how inadequate Brad is going to be as any kind of long-term prospect.
True! No one will ever entice or trick me into a long-term relationship, not even Lady K.
Kathy begins to suspect that Brad is having an affair with Sarah, and so she arranges a dinner party for the two couples.
False! I am having an affair with no one. Who's Sarah? I'll bet Nonny would know. Nonny, who's Sarah?
I know Brad is hurt that Denise is engaged, but doesn't he realize he just gave Alan a challenge?
False! I'm fine with Denise's engagement. Alan had better watch out, though.
Now Brad is set to star as the investigative journalist played in the series by Brit actor JOHN SIMM.
Well! I didn't even know someone was making a movie about my life. I'm flattered. I'd better get royalties.Mr. Simm is going to have to bulk up a bit if he's going to look like me. Mr. Pudding, aren't you thrilled that a Yorkshireman is playing me? I sure hope he gets my accent right.
She supports the family while Brad is allegedly studying to pass a bar exam.
False! I have never studied for any of the 5 times I took the bar exam.
“Brad is a superstar,” said Max Stier, president and CEO of the partnership. “He has been a house on fire. Nobody meets him who is not delighted.”
True! I have never met Max Stier, but when you're famous (as I am), word gets around.
Brad is a different story, daydreaming through life in search of lost youth.
False! I am not searching for lost youth. I deliberately got rid of it. I'm a grouchy old gorilla.
Raised in Washington state as the youngest of five children, Brad is fit and athletic — the hallmarks of many successful Survivor contestants.
Someone did not do his or her homework. Even though I am fit and athletic, I was not raised in Washington State, and I am not the youngest of five children. Chad the Gorilla is younger than me, remember?
Brad is supposed to be studying for his bar exam, but he's more interested in teenage pursuits, such as skateboarding or football.
"Brad is not pretentious. There's nothing artsy-fartsy about him," says Running With Scissors director Ryan Murphy.
False! And true! I am pretentious, but there is nothing artsy-fartsy about me, unless of course you count the time I attended art school. I got thrown out by the end of the semester, though. Philistines.
Brad is not dissatisfied with his stay-at-home status; his previous failure of the bar exam and present lack of will to study situates him in a lifestyle of watching his son while his beautiful wife (Jennifer Connelly) works to support them.
Everything is true except the part about the son and the wife.
Brad is a full time professional performer with outstanding vocals. ... Brad is available for tribute shows, Elvis-grams, special events, parties, reunions, carnivals, anniversaries, weddings or store promotions.
True! Except for the part about weddings and store promotions, of course.
“Brad is a very talented driver and has an incredible NASCAR future ahead of him."
Was that your quote, Friday? If so, thanks so much. I'm really good at driving cars very fast and crashing them into other things. Why can't I get a driver's license, though? (And why didn't I notice the Coors Light sticker on my helmet before I put it on? I would never willingly shill for Coors light. O the embarrassment.)
Brad is a natural leader and entrepreneur.