“Just stand there, and don’t let the set hit you.”
Danny played the grandfather in Pacific Northwest Ballet’s presentation of “The Nutcracker” yesterday, and he deviated from the script by sitting down on the stage, which freaked out his handlers, who thought he had collapsed. He was basically told to just stand there, so naturally instead of just standing there he threw in some dance moves. The stage managers had warned him that as the scene concluded, giant set pieces would start moving around, and that he should be sure to stay out of the way. So of course Danny opted to let the moving set pieces hit him, and hilarity ensued.
The pay-per-view boxing match Danny watched Saturday night had him reminiscing about his choice of music as he walked to the ring for his celebrity boxing match against Donny Osmond. Danny thought his selection of “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J was brilliant…until Donny walked out to the same song. If you could pick any song to represent you, what song would you choose?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, advises a woman whose boss got really drunk at her birthday party and gave her a lap dance, and now she doesn’t know how to face her.
A bus driver found roughly half a million dollars on his bus at the end of his route. He did the right thing: he turned it in, and the money was reunited with its rightful owner, who, sadly, didn’t give the bus driver any reward. Have you ever found something that didn’t belong to you? Did you keep it, or did you try to return it?
All this, and we wish Susan Dey a happy 60th birthday, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.
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