Scott Hardie | November 28, 2002
What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Anybody going anywhere exotic or eating anything exotic?

Me, I'm going to a seafood restaurant here in Tampa with my mom. It's our favorite restaurant in town. (Jackie knows it already.) Open buffet of great food... Aw yeah. And we'll probably see James Bond afterwards, just cause we don't know what else to do together besides eat and watch movies. It beats last Thanksgiving: Eating cold turkey loaf on the couch by myself while watching Bill Moyers interview Joseph Campbell on a PBS telethon while Kelly used the computer in the other room.

Denise Sawicki | November 28, 2002
Well my mom told me once that she'd start crying if I didn't have her over to my place for Thanksgiving some year. So that's what I'm doing this year. Jeff insisted on ham instead of turkey. It really shouldn't be too difficult. My mom insisted on bringing a pecan pie. Just four people or possibly five because it sounds like Jeff's parents are being awfully mean and leaving his little sister Karin home alone on Thanksgiving because she is sick. We'll call her and see if she's well enough to come over.

Scott Hardie | November 29, 2002
Sounds like a good day. It's not Thanksgiving without family.

Matthew Preston | November 30, 2002
My parents are off having fun in England, so I went to my aunt and uncle's place. My aunt cooked a good meal and I bitched at the TV when the Patriots took the ball to the half yard line within the last minute of the game and took a knee instead of scoring again.

Jackie Mason | December 2, 2002
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