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But the chair, it seems, is not what it is thought to be."It's just not," Glover says, sounding aggrieved. But it's my nature to analyze and think about how things are."It's just an old medical chair I got for probably 0 at the Salvation Army in Santa Monica 19 years ago. If it was a gynecological table, it would have stirrups on it."That noted, he returns to his living room, sits, crosses his long legs, takes a sip of green tea, licks his lips, sighs, giggles his oddly high-pitched, nearly effeminate-hayseed giggle and says, "I must say, I'm exhausted. And there is this element of people thinking, ' Wow, this guy is really psychotic.' It's like, you can't have any fun, and if you do have fun, if you do your own thing, you're considered crazy and should be in a mental institution. hand...."That's a good piece," he says, happily. That's a good one."He's eccentric, all right, and over time the eccentricities keep on piling up.And he also has a pretty good idea of how any girl he dates should look: "Like they could fit into a period film, so to speak, from the Fifties or the 1920s." Pet trying to make it as an actress, with a period-film va-va-voom body, she and Glover have, she reports, a fairly conventional sex life, because "when some things are good, you don't have to try so hard." She further reports that while Glover is "sexy cool," she wouldn't mind if he "loosened up a little bit."One evening, over dinner with Lauren at the ultra-expensive L' Orangerie restaurant, Glover does most of the talking, soliloquizing in his usual way."On some level, I don't like architecture having to do with minimalls," he says.
""You go to a bar and get drunk and have sex and that's it.They met about two years ago, at a Playboy Mansion Halloween party.She was dressed as a sexy FBI agent, he as Adolf Hitler, as Hitler would have dressed had he been going to a masquerade ball."It's my nature to be more quiet, but I don't have to be," he says.Two years later, he won his first professional acting gig, in a stage production of , starring Florence Henderson as Maria.