As a commenter (thanks Hendge) suggested yesterday on this post, Billy Dee Williams can qualify for all categories of good, bad and beautiful. And, since it was such a good idea, I figured why not?
So smooth. Of course you shouldn't be caught without Colt .45 in the house. Though I doubt the same things go on at my house that go on at Billy Dee Williams' house.
"Bad" and Beautiful on the flip side...
God dammit, when you snub Fab Five Freddie during a commercial shoot to go get some play from a bevy of tight-dressed beauties, you know you're "bad."
Ok, I cheated a little bit, but seriously, when was the last time you heard anyone break out a Billy Dee Williams' impression? Stick around for the Craig T. Nelson impression too.
Ok, ok, I'll keep my motif and give you this bonus, non-talking, woman-morphing-into-a-horse Colt .45 commercial...