Comic Sandra Bernhard shills Plushglass lip gloss for MAC in this odd new video, below. Nearly just like Sandra in her parents' Pontiac in Flint Michigan, we had a Ford station wagon and we drove it to the Miracle Twin Drive-In in Flint in the nineteen seventies.
This drive-in had an odd (and emblematically Flint, somehow) habit of showing kids' movies on one screen and porno films on the other at the opposite end of the field. (Hence the "twin.") We could see The Happy Hooker one night while watching Bambi if we turned around in the back of the station wagon, which of course we did.
I wear MAC Plushglass too, from time to time, and it's good disco-y stuff. Buy the blush pink, it's innocent yet gooey-diva, or should I say, it's very Bambi meets The Happy Hooker.
The Miracle Twin Drive-In in Flint is still open. It was part of the Redstone Drive-In chain which began the giant entertainment empire that is Viacom, now chaired by Sumner Redstone. Check it out below, it has a great concession stand.