Ryan Seacrest Is Famous

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Breakthrough Strategies, Jan 15, 2008 - Fiction - 198 pages
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In Ryan Seacrest is Famous, Dave Housley lovingly skewers pop culture?and our obsession with it?in all its benign yet bizarre, addictive and addled glory. With a keen wit and knowing eye for detail, he depicts a small town clown in the midst of an alcoholic tailspin, a still-living Jack Kerouac as an infomercial fitness icon, a man literally driven crazy by the fact that Ryan Seacrest is famous, a young Nepali woman stuck between a massive lie and reality TV stardom, an aging professional wrestling announcer pulled into the ring by unscrupulous scriptwriters, and a young obsessive-compulsive whose roommates start a movement based around the movie Fight Club. Serious fiction with pop sensibility, Ryan Seacrest is Famous will delight fans of Road House and On the Road alike.
 

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Contents

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1
Ryan Seacrest is Famous
23
An Open Letter to the Princess
49
Are You Street or Popcorn?
75
The Combat Photographer
93
The Movie Soundtrack to Our Lives
117
The Celebrity Orders Room Service
141
Notes for the Guy Who Stole My Identity
165
The Godfather of Grapple
181
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