Gibson uses the example of asking someone out on a date as how younger generations turn to nonverbal communication to save face.
When Gibson showed up looking like a "black and blue pumpkin," as he described it, the casting agent told him: "We need freaks."
Gibson laughed and then replied, “I could put the squeeze on Susan Boyle.”
“What I like about Gibson is that he so contravenes his public image—that of a hard, off-putting guy,” Wheeler said.
Gibson's publicist, Alan Nierob, says he disagrees with all these assessments.
"I believe I saw Mr. Gallant several nights ago," Gibson said.
"Bad sign, bad sign," and Mrs. Gibson gave her head a fearsome shake.
"I've no time to go into the question," Mr. Gibson continued.
Not even with Mrs. Gibson would she be safe from the horror which impended.
Having concluded this train of meditation, he rang for Gibson, who appeared.