Broject Runway: ‘I’m not trying to get stabbed on Project Runway’

Sep 6, 2013

“Project Runway” has had a long standing relationship with its advertisers. Some of them work flawlessly with the storytelling of the show. L’Oreal for instance, is the long-standing hair and make-up partner, and they work hand in hand with the Runners. Granted, I’d just assume fast forward that section of the show if I wasn’t blogging about it, but at the very least, I understand it. Models get their hair and make-up done unless you are a flaky designer from Milwaukee that doesn’t believe in inorganic powders BUT believe in unicorns.


Um, let's see, I don't know, maybe about six feet tall and two hundred pounds? I've been doing theater and improv in Chicago for a while now. Like fifteen years or so. O, yeah, I have a full day, day job for insurance and monetary purposes (no more half days with a big nap in the afternoon). I work as a project manager for a metal manufacturing plant. Huh? O, ah, two kids a wife. Yeah, they're great. I mean, not all the time great, like Brady Bunch shit, but no one has burned the house down yet. So, yeah, I guess that's it. I didn't get the job, did I?

  • tgs

    I think it’s “I’d just as soon fast forward” and not “I’d just assume fast forward”…right?

  • Pete Fitzsimmons

    Probably. It’s one of the millions of idioms I use incorrectly. I’ll have to pour over my work more closely to nip this in the butt. For now it’s a mute point because its up already. I’ll watch it going forward though. Good catch. Thanks. Mahalo.

    • Kat G

      Don’t change a thing!! :)