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February 28, 2007



I think having to get a shot of gamma globulin is a fair price to pay for getting to spend a few minutes with Beyonce. If I could have spent those minutes with her alone, I wouldn't have cared if they gave me the shot in my eyes.Alaskaray

Oswaldo Poupard

Ha! Sweet justice like this comes around so rarely.Shall you big shots ride the toilet for 3 days and 2 nights, (GOD forbid)Get well soon :}

la guy

That's the risk you take for hanging out with a bunch of skanky ho's.I am of course referring to the agents and television execs in attendance.Hope your safe.


don't you mean nate and al's?

Captain J

It might be easier to score crystal meth...but it would not be much help with the hepatitis. You'd just be jaundiced and jumpy.

Tom Quigley

Wouldn't have helped if it had been Jerry's Deli. I heard they once catered a FRASIER wrap party, a bunch of people came down with food poisoning and Paramount sued them... Doesn't Wolfgang Puck deserve a similar fate? After all he's probably not only got the insurance to cover it but to offer the gratuity of reimbursing everyone who had to pay for the damn shot... Wait'll the reports come back from people who attended the Governer's Party at the Academy Awards. I can envision Mary Hart telling a nationwide TV audience that for some unknown reason, everyone who was there has started to take on the appearance of a caution light at an intersection... That happy face on Forrest Whitaker has really turned into a "Happy Face!"One final thought (for those who want to turn this whole mess into a morality play): If WP ever caters an affair at the Playboy mansion, what kind of punishment is he unknowingly likely to dole out for THEIR sins? The Bubonic Plague?...Ken, hope you're doing OK (and there's always that instant tanning cream)....


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I hope you remain well but that just seems to have been one party that just seems to keep on giving. People wonder why I don't go to too many parties and when I do, I usually do the cooking, I should save this as an explanation.

The Master

How embarassing for you, to go to a party full of hot, skanky supermodels/hos, and catch a disease from the caterers instead of from the models.


Yeah, I'm gonna need to hear more about the LAST time you needed this. "Years ago." Ha.


Seriously, I would think that Puck & Co. would reimburse you for the shot, and would do the same for others, just to head off a public relations nightmare. Ditto to what Tom Q. said about Jerry's Deli... in fact the Jerry's just down the boulevard from Art's was rather infamously closed by the county for health code violations. And Solley's is owned by the same bunch. Art's is the bomb... it's a heart bomb, but a bomb nonetheless.BTW, I read your blog religiously, laugh always, and can't believe that it was your post about a hepatitis scare that got me to tell you...

Paul Duca

This is why you are one of my heroes, Ken...being able to keep your sense of humor even in the face of something so potentially serious.


Spiderman could get you a Green Globlulin...Sorry, couldn't resist.Well, I could... but still...

David K. M. Klaus

You could have your accountant submit a bill to Mr. Puck's office for the cost of the shot. Then if he doesn't pay, take him to small claims court. Fun and games for all! FWIW, vaccinations are available for both Hep. A and Hep. B -- one is a three-shot series and the other requires two shots; check with your primary care physician or the local health department. While Gamma Globulin may be hard to find, these should be easily available and probably covered by your health insurance. (Unfortunately, there is no vaccine for Hep. C yet, although the prospects for one are better than they were just a few years ago.)

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    Ken Levine is an Emmy winning writer/director/producer/major league baseball announcer. In a career that has spanned over 30 years Ken has worked on MASH, CHEERS, FRASIER, THE SIMPSONS, WINGS, EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, BECKER, DHARMA & GREG, and has co-created his own series including ALMOST PERFECT starring Nancy Travis. He and his partner wrote the feature VOLUNTEERS. Ken has also been the radio/TV play-by-play voice of the Baltimore Orioles, Seattle Mariners, San Diego Padres.
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