Sleepy Hollow’s independent success is testament to the power of its unique blend of horror, humor, escapism, and mystery, which has been augmented by a uniformly excellent cast and breakneck, twist-laden storytelling. So far, it’s also the only freshman show to have been renewed for a second season.
…”I’ll never take down my Cheryl Tiegs poster” (2:41)
The poster Sandler is probably referring to is her 1978 “Pink Bikini” shot, which epitomizes the breezy, beautiful, California girl every boy of a certain age lusted after. Sandler would have been 12 when the poster first came out, which seems about right.
Fantasies that are portrayed on the screen are just that. If you’re comparing your real life to fantasies that you see in a movie, or in pornography, you’re bound to be disappointed — because real life is not simple. Real life is actually a lot more beautiful than that, and rich with detail and nuance, but you’ll miss all that nuance and all that beauty if you’re too busy comparing yourself, or comparing your real life, to simplistic fantasies.