Reichert goes red carpet
I'm currently reading the new Tori Spelling memoir, and I'm not even ashamed to admit it. In print. I may or may not shield the cover of...
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I'm currently reading the new Tori Spelling memoir, and I'm not even ashamed to admit it. In print. I may or may not shield the cover of the book when reading in public spaces such as the bus. Just saying.
This is all relevant because I recently had a conversation with Congressman Dave Reichert about "The Capture of the Green River Killer," which is based on his book and airs at 8 p.m. Sunday on Lifetime Television For Women. Tori Spelling is the poster girl for bad — and by that I mean "awesome" — Lifetime movies, usually involving cheerleaders and death. Are we all caught up now? Moving on.
In the made-for-TV version of his life, Reichert is played by Tom Cavanagh of "Ed" fame, whom Reichert described to me thusly: "He's the father in a PG-rated movie about eating fried worms. I watched it with my grandkids. It's on HBO." So there you have it.
(For more, look for an interview with Reichert Sunday in NW Arts&Life.)
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