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I Didn't Mean to Turn You On

By Cindy Davis | Trade News | August 20, 2010 | Comments ()


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Well shoot, I could have told you that when a woman is cranky, just give her an orgasm and all will be well (for at least five minutes). But ladies, can you imagine going to your gynecologist for a pelvic massage? Nowadays,that would earn him (or her) a big ole lawsuit, a lost career and probably some jail time. Yet, back in Victorian times, that's how they handled a bitch when she got all ... bitchy. Instead of calling it PMS, they called it hysteria. Today that will get you a kick in the balls, so watch what you say.

Anyhoo, Maggie Gyllenhaal just signed on to a "romantic comedy" (are you kidding me?), Hysteria, that chronicles the journey of two doctors as they treat hysterical ladies and along the way, invent the first electrical vibrator. Jonathan Pryce (Leatherheads) and Hugh Dancy (Savage Grace) will play the doctors and Rupert Everett (Shrek the Third) stars as Dancy's best friend. Gyllenhaal will portray the daughter of Pryce's character, who presumably falls in love with either Dancy or Everett after one of them gives her a pelvic massage or the product tester job (I might have made that part up). Honestly, the story itself could be an interesting one, but making it a romantic comedy sounds like the death blow. If the girl has any sense, she'll take the vibrator and run.







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