The NY Observer delves into the inner workings of the Stephanopoulos-Wentworth marriage and D.C.'s anemic social scene:
"Whenever he sees I’m about to say something, he looks at me like, ‘Oh, no, no, no, no!’" she said. "Just because, you know, I sort of stir it up at the Kuwaiti embassy. Washington is a very conservative town, but they love a breath of fresh air. I certainly get seated the best in Washington, because Mr. Old Senator Guy wants some spontaneity and a dirty joke."
So that's the secret to getting a good table at the Kuwaiti embassy! (The velvet ropes, the beefy security guards -- it's like Studio 54 over there!) OK, OK, lemme think. . . "There once was a boy from Qasr/Whose privates made girls say, "Oh, my sir". . .
'Splain It, Ali! [NYO]