Jerry and Rebecca Romijn were photographed arriving to a party in the Pacific Palisades this weekend (Nov. 28th). "Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell - 11 28, 2004 - Pacific Palisades, Ca., USA - Actors Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell attend a party in Pacific Palisades. The couple arrived with some flowers for the hosts of the party. Photo: Flynet Pictures" Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck also attended. All of the photos can be seen at Big thanks to Kerribear in the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum for sharing the pictures!





The Nov. 28 - Dec. 4th issue of TV Guide has this little cartoon drawing and quote from Jerry (Thanks to Tracey in the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum for the news).

What I'm watching... Jerry O'Connell

"I love that Everwood. Can't get enough. It's just so well written. There's always secrets and stuff. And as far as those WB shows go, it's the best one."




Ticia has made a few screen captures from Jerry's appearance on Bravo's Celebrity Poker Showdown. You may view the photos at her web site Sliders - Earth21.



According to "real scoop" at the Crossing Jordan Coffee Room bboard, Jerry's brother Charlie will appear as Woody's brother 'Cal' in a Crossing Jordan episode next April. Here is the post, which seems to be confirmed as a 'gift' from known writer/producer "El Jeffe":

Posted by real scoop on 17:37 11/22/2004:

Just to tide you over...

In February, Sandra Bernhard will appear as Det. Roz Framus and you won't believe who she's had a "history" with!

In April look for Woody's brother to make his second appearance and yes, again he'll be played by Jerry O'Connell's real life brother, Charlie.

Also in April, you can expect to see Lily's mother (Lesley Ann Warren) appear again in a very emotional episode.

And finally...last night CJ enjoyed its second highest ratings of the season! In addition to everything else, we're thankful to you fans for sticking with us through it all.

Happy Thanksgiving.



The Dimension of Continuity now has the Sliders Season 2 and 3 gag reels available for download as zipped mpg files. These videos, not available on DVD, provide a look at some cut scenes and inside jokes. Please note that the footage is unedited and contains language (swearing) that some may find offensive.




Jerry and Rebecca were spotted in Las Vegas on Saturday Nov. 20th. The couple attended the Juicy Couture Vegas store opening (clothing line and stores founded by Duran Duran Basest John Taylor's wife, Gela Taylor, and Pamela Skaist-Levy). Later, Jerry and Rebecca were seen leaving the after party at 40 Deuce. Photos from the event can be seen at Here are the reports from the and the New York Daily News:

LA Times
November 23, 2004

The taste of success
With its first boutique, Juicy Couture sets out to make the world more casual.

...The two are enthusiastic consumers of all fashion labels, not just Juicy. Taylor attended the Giorgio Armani show in October in Milan with her husband, John Taylor, and his Duran Duran bandmates. (Armani is outfitting the group's tour.) She also hit the Marni show, "because I love it," she says.

Both are moms who put more family time at the top of their holiday wish lists, but Saturday night they were living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle.

At the store, they sipped champagne and nibbled on P- and G-shaped chocolates with new couple Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell, Chris Kattan, Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis, Colin Quinn, David LaChapelle, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jacqui Getty, Tracey Ross and others.

At the after-party, they were joined by John Cusack, Nicky Hilton, Pamela Anderson and Jason Alexander, who helped them christen the Vegas outpost of Ivan Kane's burlesque bar Forty Deuce. For the final striptease of the evening, dancers were clad, albeit briefly, in the designers' jeans and fur coats.

Daily News -The Front Page
November 26, 2004

Side dish

Rebecca Romijin (no more Stamos) was propped up by boyfriend Jerry O'Connell as she walked out of Las Vegas' 40 Deuce at the opening of the Juicy Couture boutique. Too many hours in high heels, we bet.



Rex Features has a few photos of Jerry from his recent appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly. (Thanks to Kat for the news). Yes, those are diapers Jerry is wearing in a few photos! He did a mock testimonial commercial for the children's (not adults) diapers called "GoodNites". (For those of you who have not seen the American commercial, this video at the goodnites web site will give you a feel for what the children's testimonials in the commercial are like).

The National Enquirer also printed this photo of Jerry from Carson's show in the November 29th 2004 edition. Thanks to Stephanie from Stephanie's Crossing Jordan Place for the scan. The caption to the photo reads "IN-DEPEND-ENCE: Jerry O'Connell gets caught in a diaper while taping a skit for the "Last Call with Carson Daly" show. The bit is a takeoff on a Depend adult diaper commercial."




Jerry and his younger brother Charlie were photographed at the basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers on November 17th in Los Angles California. To view the photos visit Getty Images. Thanks to Kat in the Fan Forum for the news.




Jerry has made People Magazine's 50 Sexiest men list. Look for him to be featured on page 116 of the November 29, 2004 issue hitting news stands this week. Here is the report from

Jude Law is Sexiest Man Alive
November 18, 2004 10:54 AM

Jude Law has been named the Sexiest Man Alive on People Magazine's coveted annual list.

The hunky Brit beat last year's top guy, Johnny Depp as well as Colin Farrell and Bruce Willis to claim the top spot and the cover of the new 50 Sexiest Men Alive issue.

Joining Jude on the list were Kanye West, Mark McGrath, Matt Damon, Matt LeBlanc, Brad Pitt, Usher, Jerry O'Connell, Aussie actor Julian McMahon and billionaire-turned-reality show star Donald Trump.

This is the photo and blurb that appeared in the magazine:

People November 29, 2004
Sexiest Sidekick JERRY O'CONNELL

Age: 30 Status: Single
Forensic Report For: Male, Caucasian

Location of Body: Detective Woody Hoyt on NBC's Crossing Jordan; soon to be everywhere else as new face of Perry Ellis campaign.

Physical evidence:
• "I've seen him in his underwear, and it is very impressive," says costar Jill Hennessy.
• Dating actress-model Rebecca Romijn.

Is thinking about "settling down," O'Connell says. "Next up is kids."
• Close examination reveals "warm manner and sense of humor," says Hennessy.

Conclusion: Perfect specimen. "I'm not medicated," he says, "and I really don't get into bad moods."




Jerry is interviewed on this weekends edition of E! News Weekend. The Program airs Sunday November 14th morning and Monday morning November 15th. Thanks to LuvsQuinnMallory in the Fan Forum for the news.

Jerry is also scheduled as a guest on Life & Style Thursday November 18th. Check your local listings. Thanks to JocFan for the news.



Jerry appeared on The Tony Danza Show Wednesday November 10th, and Contact Music had this short write-up of the show:


Actor JERRY O'CONNELL gave fans a flash of his body yesterday morning (Nov 10, 2004), when he stripped down to a tight little outfit for a ping-pong game against TONY DANZA.

During O'Connell's appearance on Danza's new chat show, the pair began discussing the fast-paced table game.

O'Connell, who's the new face of PERRY ELLIS' underwear range, says, "I don't wanna be rude, Tony, I think I can take you down. And I brought a little outfit for the occasion."

As O'Connell peeled away his tracksuit to reveal the tight outfit, he yelled, "You're going down, Tony! Bring it!"

But his efforts were wasted - Danza walked away from the game victorious.
11/11/2004 09:13



Jerry is scheduled to appear on The Tony Danza Show Wednesday November 10th. Check your local listings for station and show times.

Jerry is also scheduled as a guest on Last Call with Carson Daly the evening of Thursday November 11th, early morning Friday November 12th (1:30 am). Check your local listings for station and show time in your area. Thanks to DocDevan and JocFan at the Fan Forum.



Jerry and Rebecca Romijn were photographed walking the streets of New York City on Friday November 5th. To view the photos visit Getty Images. Thanks to Karin for the news.

The New York Daily News also printed this photo of Jerry & Rebecca Romijn in the Monday Nov 8th edition (thanks to Grace for scanning it). Unfortunately, some fans speculate that this photo was altered before it was printed in the paper. When compared with photos at Getty Images taken the same day at nearly the same time, no mark is seen in Jerry's neck. Fans who saw Jerry the next day at a public appearance also found no such mark on his neck (Perhaps someone someone enhanced the photo to create a story?). Here is the caption:

New York Daily News. New York, N.Y.: Nov 8, 2004. pg. 22
GEORGE RUSH AND JOANNA MOLLOY With Jo Piazza and Chris Rovzar.

TRANSYLVANIAN ROMANCE: Halloween was last week, so why does Jerry O'Connell have that vampire bite on his neck? Maybe girlfriend Rebecca Romijn is responsible.

Us Magazine printed the same photo of Rebecca and Jerry in the November 22nd, 2004 issue. Here is the caption from page 38:

Rebecca's Love Bite for Jerry!

Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn act just like a couple of love sick teenagers! Exhibit A: the not-so-little memento the Crossing Jordan star, 30, modeled on his neck during a late lunch at New York City's Pastis on November 5. "It looked like he had an enormous hickey!" says an eyewitness, adding that the pair, who have been dating almost three months, "are not afraid to show their affection in public. They were kissing and hanging on each other." Even after their meal, the model turned actress, 32 - who confirmed her separation from hubby John Stamos in April and is currently filming the big-screen comedy Man About Town with Ben Affleck - remained suction-cupped to her man's side as they waited for a taxi outside the French bistro. "I don't think they even let go when they got into the cab," says the onlooker. "They just draped their bodies over each other."

The couple was also photographed at LAX on November 3rd before they flew to New York. Kerribear posted photos of the couple at the Fan Forum.




Jerry and the cast of NBC's Las Vegas and Crossing Jordan are featured in the November 15th issue of US Weekly (on news stands this week). View the photos and read the article in the Interviews Section of the web site.



Jerry and Vanessa Marcil from the show "Las Vegas" visited the set of the Today show on November 5th to talk about the upcoming Vegas/Jordan cross over episodes. Apparently Vanessa would like Jerry to appear on her show "Las Vegas" more often, and she said Jerry was one of the nicest, friendliest cast members to work with. Julie's Crossing Jordan Page has video clips from the interview posted online (They are on the home page under "Jerry on the Today Show").



The following article posted at interviews Jerry O'Connell, Jill Hennessy, and Josh Duhamel.

When TV Worlds Collide: 'Las Vegas' and 'Crossing Jordan' Cross Over
(Thursday, November 04 08:43 AM)
By Kate O'Hare

LOS ANGELES ( Last spring, during a presentation for advertisers on the set of the Monday-night hit "Las Vegas," series creator Gary Scott Thompson, NBC chief Jeff Zucker and star Jill Hennessey of the Sunday-night forensic drama "Crossing Jordan," bandied about the idea of crossing over the two NBC dramas, which air on adjacent nights on the schedule.

The result is a two-part storyline that begins on Sunday, Nov. 7 with the "Jordan" episode, "What Happens in Vegas Dies in Boston," and concludes the next night with the "Vegas" episode "Two of a Kind."

Although on the surface the gritty "Jordan" and the glitzy "Vegas" wouldn't seem to have a lot in common, Thompson thinks it's a good fit.

"On our half, it isn't a problem," he says. "We have jets, we fly whales [big gamblers] anywhere, so we can go anywhere and do anything. And for them to come here, everybody comes to Vegas."

On this Thursday afternoon on the Culver City sets of "Vegas," "Jordan" stars Hennessey, who plays Boston coroner Jordan Cavanaugh, and Jerry O'Connell, as Beantown Detective Woody Hoyt (Jerry O'Connell), are huddling with "Vegas" regulars Josh Duhamel, as security operative Danny McCoy, and James Lesure, as McCoy's right-hand man (and former parking valet) Mike Cannon, around the bar of the fictional Montecito Hotel.

Mike is attempting to summarize the first half of the plot, which focuses on a dead high roller with millions handcuffed to his wrist. By the time Mike tries to explain it to everyone, the widow is involved, people have been accused of murder, and there is something about a bunch of cookies -- "Chocolate chip cookies," Jordan interjects -- baked with poisoned cocaine.

As if this mouthful of a speech -- a bit over 16 lines in the script -- isn't enough (and, to his credit, Lesure nails it almost every take), apparently Lesure faces a worse one the next day.

"That's the one that really scares me," Lesure says. "The first one clicked for me quick, the one tomorrow is all over the place."

Asked why Duhamel didn't do more of the expository heavy lifting, Lesure laughs. "I don't know. I want the love scenes, and I want him to have the exposition. You can print that in the headlines."

In passing, Thompson hears Lesure's gripe about his lack of an on-screen love life, and shouts back, "You're gay. The show's never said he wasn't."

"This is true," Lesure says. "It's upsetting, if you're me. I got into this business partly to play with beautiful women as well."

While everybody thought the crossover was a good idea, on a practical level, it was another matter.

"When you do a crossover," says "Jordan" producer Tim Kring, "obviously, your actors are working on their show, and so they can't be working on your own show. What that means it becomes a logistical nightmare scheduling these things, so you can free up enough time that happens to coincide with the other show.

"Neither of our shows was shut down to do this, which would have been the smart thing. We had to fold them into our schedule."

On a personal level, the schedule worked out for new pals O'Connell and Duhamel, who got to visit each other's home base.

"I've know Josh for a while," O'Connell says. "I was excited to work with Josh. Was also a little excited to work with Miss Molly Sims, Miss Vanessa Marcil and Miss Nikki Cox."

"I love hanging out with Jerry," Duhamel says. "He's one of the funniest people I've ever met in my life. To go over there was even more fun. It's a morgue with dead people. We're over here with girls in tight dresses and lots of money.

"We've got two extremes: people who are living life to the fullest, and people who don't get to live anymore."

And, of course, "Las Vegas" has veteran actor James Caan, who plays "Big Ed" Deline, the Montecito's president of operations.

"Jimmy's great," O'Connell says. "Jimmy came over to our show. He's just classic. I learn a lot from watching him. He comes into a scene, and he knows there's one thing that's important in the scene, like one line or one moment, whether it's scripted or not scripted. He finds it and does it.

"If I could be half the actor he is, I'd be thrilled."

"Brilliant fun with Caan," Hennessey says after filming a scene in which Caan experimented with several approaches to figuring out how Ed should use Jordan as a shield to hide from his wife (Cheryl Ladd).

"We're using every opportunity," Hennessey continues, "to visually show some sort of sexual subtextural relationship. It's totally not written. He goes with it. It's so nice to work with somebody who's so good at improvising and so comfortable with it. I drop my eyes down to his pants, and he follows the lead. He goes with it."

While Thompson thinks a crossover with NBC's airport drama "LAX" might be fun, he dreams of linking up with an ABC drama about plane-crash survivors stranded on an island.

"'Lost,' that would be fun," Thompson says, grinning. "That could really be interesting. One of our planes crash-lands on the island [then is able to leave]. We say, 'Sorry, we'll send someone back for you.' Then we can't find it."




The following is a rough transcript of Jerry's interview on Late Night with Conan O'Brien from November 4, 2004. Look out for new photos of Jerry modeling underwear and clothing for the Perry Ellis Spring Campaign.

Late Night with Conan O'Brien
Nov. 4, 2004

Conan mentions that Jerry has stayed in great shape.

Jerry: "I don't know if you got the memo, I don't know if you were cc'ed... I'm actually modeling now. I got the Perry Ellis Spring Modeling Campaign." "It's not fun being an underwear model. First, you're going to work and you're taking your clothes off so you have to watch what you eat. There's no more chicken wings" He also mentions having to ask for 'the beer with the lowest carbs' when going to a bar. "The shoot took place in Central Park. I know, that sounds ghetto, but it isn't."

Conan: "Why are they modeling underwear in Central Park?"

Jerry: "I know, that's what I said to them. But it was also a little spooky because it was done in the Fall a couple of weeks ago, it's not the warmest weather. You're wearing underwear, you're not in your best light, you know what I'm saying? You suffer from what is commonly referred to as 'acornitis'"

Conan makes a joke about 'I don't suffer from that, maybe you do - but I don't' and Jerry says Conan's like Jay-Z.

Jerry Continues with his story: " 'What am I supposed to do here?' " And they are like 'You know...' I was in public, I didn't want to put anything in there. So they're like 'You know, get it... get it excited.' "

Conan: "Did they tell you to do that?"

Jerry: "Yeah, there's that word you know - I'm gonna have you say it."

Conan: "I don't know it"

Jerry: Shyly says "You know, you're supposed to like fluff it." He then grins and laughs with the audience at their reaction.

Conan: "But you're not a porn star! You're an underwear model!"

Jerry: "Well, I was afraid I was gonna get arrested in Central Park - you know."

Conan: "Let's paint the picture here. You're in Central Park and you've got your hand down your pants. That's a crime actually - I would know (he jokes). They don't look kindly on that here."

Conan then went on to ask what Jerry is recognized for the most. Jerry mentioned "Crossing Jordan on NBC" and he also mentioned "Stand by Me," telling the story of the typical New Yorker that occasionally spots him on the street yelling "Yo - Fat kid from Stand By Me!" Jerry mentioned it's a little embarrassing when he's with a girl, as they end up asking him 'Why do they always say that?'

Jerry also talked about supporting the LA sports teams like the Dodgers. He went to the last post season game of the season and Arnold Schwarzenegger was sitting in the bleachers a few rows in front of him. During the 7th inning stretch Arnold got up to mingle with fans and someone yelled out "It's only the 7th inning, you better not be leaving" and Arnold said "I'll be back". (Jerry imitated Arnold's accent).

Contact Music also quoted Jerry's invterview from Late Night with Conan O'Brien. (However, they add in a few words in parenthesis that Jerry never actually said).



November 8, 2004 09:18

Actor JERRY O'CONNELL recently resorted to playing with himself in New York's Central Park, after the chilly weather shrivelled his manhood before an underwear photoshoot.

The KANGAROO JACK star, ex-boyfriend of British singer GERI HALLIWELL, is the new face of PERRY ELLIS' underwear range, and he admits the job's already landed him in an embarrassing situation.

O'Connell, currently dating stunning actress REBECCA ROMIJN-STAMOS, says, "The shoot took place in Central Park... It was done in the fall a couple weeks ago and it wasn't like warmest weather - and you're in underpants, so you're not in your best light, you know what I'm saying?

"You suffer from what is commonly referred to as 'acorn-itis'. I was like, 'What am I supposed to do here?' I was in public and I didn't wanna put anything in there. So they were like, 'You know, get it excited.' You're supposed to like fluff it!

"I was worried I was gonna get arrested, 'cause I'm there in Central Park (with my hand in my underwear)."



Two interviews with Jerry have been added to the Magazine Interviews section of the web site.

  • Teen Beat All-Stars (1988-1989 Holiday Issue) Meet Jerry O'Connell: Ultraman!!! (Jerry talks about "My Secret Identity", "Stand By Me," and going to school with River Phoenix)
  • New York Vue (Sept. 26 - Oct. 2 2004) O'Connell Loves Playing the Good Cop
  • Time Out New York (July 17-24, 1996) Pest Man ("Joe's Apartment" interview with a new photo)



Jerry recently made an in store appearance in the Perry Ellis department Foley's Galleria in Houston Texas. Fans who RSVPed for the even were able to meet Jerry, have their photo taken with him and get an autograph. Three photos from the event on October 28th are posted at Thanks to robandchrismom in the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum for the information.

Jerry will be making 2 additional in store appearances in November. Here is the information from

Perry Ellis & Details magazine will host Jerry O'Connell from “Crossing Jordan” in the Perry Ellis Department at each of the following locations on the specified dates & times:

Saturday, November 6, 12:00 pm – 2:00 PM
Hecht's Metro Center
1201 G. Street NW, 2nd Floor
Washington D.C.

RSVP to 1.888.210.0334 two weeks prior to the event.

Saturday, November 13, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Foley’s North Park Center
8687 North Central Expressway, 1st Floor, Men’s Collection
Dallas, Texas

RSVP to 1.888.411.7258 two weeks prior to the event.



Jerry is scheduled to appear on the following talk shows. Check your local listings for channel and show times. Thanks to jocfan in the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum for the news.

Thursday November 4th - The View (Jerry originally appeared on the schedule - but he currently is not on the schedule for this show)

Thursday November 4th (Early AM Friday November 5th) - Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Friday Nov 5th - Today on NBC



The Star Telegram reports that Jerry was one of the celebrities in attendance at the Breeders' Cup horse race at Lone Star Park in Texas. Here is an excerpt from the article:

Star Telegram - Horse Racing

Posted on Sun, Oct. 31, 2004

Spectators dress in Saturday best

By Angie Summers

Star-Telegram Staff Writer

GRAND PRAIRIE - Celebrities and couture were in high fashion during the Breeders' Cup on Saturday at Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie.

The fashionable crowd mixed with celebrities including chef Bobby Flay, former Miss USA Courtney Gibbs, country singer George Strait and pianist Van Cliburn, who escorted actress Linda Evans.

Actor Jerry O'Connell, a horse racing aficionado, is no stranger to North Texas and plans to go to the Dallas Cowboys game today.

"I love the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where the horses and the girls are beautiful and fast," he said.

Jerry's been a horse racing aficionado for quite some time now. has this photo of Jerry at a trophy presentation from the October 2003 Breeders' Cup held at Santa Anita. And this is another photo of Jerry from the same event last year at Santa Anita. Thanks to Kat at the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum for the additional links.



The New York Post reported this Jerry and Rebecca Romijn sighting at LAX from October 24th (This caption accompanied a photo of the two kissing good-bye at the Los Angeles airport):

October 26th 2004
New York Post


Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and actor Jerry O'Connell let each other (and the world) know how much in love they are at L.A. International Airport. You can see more of the model-actress and her new beau in next year's "The Alibi." [Ben/Bauer-Griffin]

Kerribear in the Jerry O'Connell Fan Forum found photos of the couple at All Over Press. She has the photos posted in this thread at the forum. This is the caption that accompanied the photos:

All Over Press

October 24th - Secret lovers Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell are finally caught in a loving embrace at Los Angeles International airport. The couple have just spent the weekend together in Los Angeles and Rebecca has to return to Canada where she is filming "Man About Town" with Ben Affleck.

The following magazine also printed photos of the couple:

People Nov 8, 2004 (Princes Harry and William on cover)

Three small photos of Jerry and Rebecca at LAX on pg 65
Caption: The Good-bye Girl - Love was in the air as Rebecca Romijn gave Crossing Jordan's Jerry O'Connell a kiss before flying out of LAX Oct. 24 to return to Vancouver, where she's filming Man About Town with Ben Affleck. The couple, who costar in "The Alibi" (due next year), have been dating for several months.

Photo #1: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell
Photo #2: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell
Photo #3: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell


In Touch Nov 8, 2004 (Britney and J Lo on cover)

2 large pictures of Jerry and Rebecca at the airport pg 11

Caption: Rebecca and Jerry's godbye kiss - Looks like things are heating up between Rebecca Romijn and Crossing Jordan star Jerry O'Connell! The new couple recently shared a steamy goodbye at LAX. They couldn't keep their hands off each other, but their bliss was short-lived - Rebecca had to jet off to Canada, where she's shooting Man About Town with Ben Affleck.

Photo #1: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell
Photo #2: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell

Us Weekly November 8, 2004 (Ben and Jennifer Garner cover) pg 48

A photo of Jerry and Rebecca at the airport.

Caption: Romijn and O'Connell at LAX October 24. Asked about his relationship later that day, he gave Us a polite "no comment, bro."

Rebecca and Jerry's Tender Goodbye Undercover lovers Rebecca Romijn, 32, and Jerry O'Connell, 30, just couldn't hide their feelings any longer! After a weekend spent cozying up in Calabasa, California - where the actress lives in the former brothel she converted into a home with estranged husband John Staomos, 41 - the couple of two months shared a sullen, early-morning farewell on October 24 at the Los Angeles International Airport. Before Romijn jetted to Vancouver, British Columbia (whre she's shooting Ben Affleck's comedy Man About Town), the dressed-down Crossing Jordan star chauffeured her to the airport for a 6:45 a.m. flight. "He seemed so sad to see her go!" says a witness. "They looked like teenagers in a movie saying goodbye for the summer. They just couldn't stop kissing!" Alas, her cinematic career called, and O'Connell was left waving as Romijn rode the escalator to her gate.

Photo: Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell




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