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Patrick Swayze or George Michael?
You may run like Hayes, but you hit like $*!#
I personally think his part in Youngblood puts Swayze over the top, but please let's try to keep this discussion civil.
Edit: I still think Carl Rackie is the embodiment of pure evil.
This post was edited by CockAtLaw on 3/10/2012 at 6:59 PM
Rest stop restroom stalker vs Johnny Castle
You can't be serious with that question? - He's enough to make Granny Klump all moist after watching him in Dirty Dancing.
Father figure, Faith, jitter bug. It's closer than you think but I agree Swayze barely pulls it out (no pun intended) despite the "she's like the wind" fiasco
I've never seen Dirty Dancing but I don't think it would alter decision.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by CockAtLaw on 3/10/2012 at 7:50 PM
Swayze edges out Chris Farley in the Chippendale competition - doesn't get any better than that. Oh wait, George Michael and Wham, what was I thinking?
Swayze was also responsible for "she's like the wind." there have to be repercussions for that.
Roadhouse and Red Dawn. Game over.
I'm "The Arrival of Joe" and I am the #1 Proponent of Cheating: Whatever It Takes To Get Eddie Goldman to Columbia, SC
Road House, yes - Red Dawn, not so much. Point Break (minus Keanu Reeves) and Ghost - both excellent films.
never forget get old patrick for this role
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