Rob on Nightline: Puts on some tweed and gets all Rob/Twilosophical on us

Somewhere around 2:00 – The old crusty guy from MTV talks about the chaste Twilight saga and why it’s so alluring in this hyper-sexualized world we live in today and Rob answers with…

“…they just like that moment, the kind of tipping point before it all goes over. Everyone likes that, that’s the best part for a relationship…”

Dear Rob,

It’s so true… the more and more I read/watch/hear about you the more I know you just get it. I’ve said the phrase “get it” a lot lately and maybe that’s for a reason. We all like when someone else “gets us.” And you prove yourself again and again at age 24 talking about what’s so alluring about the relationship between Edward and Bella and why it’s not always the hardcore sex stuff we want to see (well, most of us) it’s really everything that leads up to it. It’s that tension, the give and take, the building of the emotion and relationship and all without, what old MTV dude grossly calls it: a “vampiric release.”

What are we talking about? The tipping point? Um, yesss.....

It’s like what Russell Hammond from the seminal rock group Stillwater says “It’s not about what you put it, it’s about what you leave out…” Sometimes it’s just better to not have everything spelled out, Stephenie Meyer can take us all the way to that edge with Bella and Edward and then leave us hanging because she doesn’t need to push us, she can let our imaginations take over. Anything we could imagine or think up would be far better than whatever scenario she could create. The imagination is a powerful tool that takes the story of Bella and Edward to levels no one could write about because it’s relying on feelings and events we’ve personally experienced or want to experience. And no one can replicate that with the written word, because we all have had a different experience. We all know what it feels like to be taken to that edge in a relationship to feel the tension and the unknown and the feeling of wanting to feel it all. I gotta agree that may just be the best part.

After you fall over the edge you come into a knowledge about that person and the relationship. Then things mature and change. Though there’s definitely nothing wrong with that and we all know a relationship can’t stay at the pre-edge stage forever(we’d all die of nervousness, malnutrition and euphoria overload!) I do think people spend lifetimes chasing after that feeling again. I also think that feeling is just one of the (BIG!) reasons why the Twilight saga is so popular, it’s because it gives us a taste of that first love, on the edge of the cliff feeling all over again. Isn’t that what we all want sometimes?

Now stop making me love you even more! It’s quite annoying.


Do you agree? Is the edge what everyone’s always chasing? Is that why the saga is so popular? Do you love Rob even more now? But srsly, watch this interview it’s GREAT!

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106 Responses to “Rob on Nightline: Puts on some tweed and gets all Rob/Twilosophical on us”

  1. Goodgirl GonePlaid says:

    So true! I don’t know what more I can say on this that hasn’t been said better before.
    Dear Rob
    I love that you say stuff like this.
    Love me.
    Also that photo! Gahh!

  2. drsaka says:

    Yes, its the anticipation, that’s the best.

    Welcome back, smiley, giggly Rob! We missed you!

  3. LauraBee says:

    Did anyone else catch the one interview (can’t remember which one) where the lady asked what he does when he goes out by himself? he said “run down alleys and HIDE IN DUMPSTERS” I seriously think he’s trying to send Moon and UC a secret message..

  4. mine!mine!mine! says:

    I’ve always maintained that this is the reason why these books have done so well (it certainly has nothing to do with the style of writing). For the older fan it’s ‘remembering that first love’ and reliving it to a certain extent. For the younger fan it’s the ‘anticipation of finding that kind of first love’. For some, I suspect it’s the knowledge that this kind of love could exist, even if they have never experienced it first hand (and some of us just haven’t!). It appeals to all ages simply because of this.

    • misty says:

      agreed. I think that’s why 30/married somethings are so into the books because some of us may miss or want to remember that ‘point’ where the relationship took it’s next step and/or finding love.
      Writing style is certainly nothing special.

      • Stacey says:

        That’s the truth! The guy I met at the front of a keg at a frat party and the one I am married to are completely different. The early romance changes into a more realistic love with babies. mortgages, insurance etc. That’s one of the nicest parts of the Twilight stories.

        Keg party and romance…that’s an epic love story waiting to be written. Or not.

  5. katiebird says:

    Wow, it’s like you were reading my mind. I’ve been wondering lately with the next movie coming out, what is “it” that everyone is “clinging” to, and that’s it exactly.

    I love that Rob “gets it” too. That’s why he’s the perfect Edward.

    • mountainlion says:

      I love that Rob “gets it,” too, and that’s why he’s the “perfect” Rob.

      p.s. Rob, you know that dumpster behind Whiskey A Go-Go. See you there at midnight.


  6. Pfluffy says:

    Whole heartily agree! The build up, the anticipation, the rising tension of what it going to happen is the best part. And it is annoying that with every new interview you do love Rob a little more, which doesn’t seem possible – his interviews are just so darn entertaining from all aspects.

    • MariaCecilia says:

      Yes. It is that exact feeling, coupled with the feeling of being chosen, of being special, of being loved, that puts the thrill into Twilight. We all want to feel that again – and then we do. I know it turned my life around, big time!

      Damn you Rob, why can’t you be a regular guy and disappoint me sometime? Then maybe I would be able to stop feeling this silly grin grow on my face, every time I see you…*pouting, then sudddenly grinning again*

  7. melronin says:

    Moon you nailed it honey!!!
    Why can’t a relationship stay forever in the pre-edge stage so we wouldn’t have to spend our life trying to find “that feeling” again?
    I wouldn’t mind the nervousness, malnutrition and euphoria overload at all…seriously…not at all!!!

    Thanks for giving us “that feeling” babe
    constantly!!! And that you “get it”…

    • melronin says:

      In Greece we have a saying “Befor the end…Silence…
      looks like… big love”!!!

      Totally unrelated…but then again…after the vids I saw lately…maybe not so…unrelated! if ya know what I’m saying…

      Greek girl speeks in…tongues 😀

  8. kat says:

    My God, why is he so freaking perfect? How, at 24, does he know these things about a woman’s psyche? I know men in their 30’s who don’t even have aclue. It’s depressing really.

    It really is the build up to a relationship that keeps you around when things sometimes go wrong. You remember what your lover was like in the very beginning and it was just so damn good. Le sigh.

    • mine!mine!mine! says:


      Well I suppose it just proves that not all men are pricks, and I’m sure there are a lot of men out there, including thePretty, who do ‘get it’ – just wish I could meet one 🙂 Actually I don’t really, I like my aloneness…….

      OMG…….I’m going to die alone, the dog is going to eat my face and nobody will find me for months!!!!

      • robsfuturemate says:

        mineX3! Your are too cute! Being a once married and now single lady I can honestly say there are pros and cons to both lives! I love the freedom that I now have but do miss the other stuff that comes with having a mate! don’t worry, I’m sure somebody would find your body…hopefully Rob!

    • Cath says:

      Kat (said Cath haha), I think Rob’s an old soul, however you’d like to interpret that. Some people, not just men are like that, wisdom doesn’t always come with age or trough experience, that’s a popular misunderstanding. I’ve heard many experts in that field also state that most of the time, children around the age of ten/eleven are most complete, they are very much in touch in life and with themselves. They ‘get things’ very easy. In puberty this fades with lots of people, but not with all. Rob’s certainly and adult, but I think he’s very young at heart still, I mean, just listen to him giggle. That’s not one world weary man! 😉 Most people, this be men or women, either ‘get it, get life/love’ or they don’t. Some learn along the way, that’s great, but some who never got it only get worse in time trough bad experiences. And I think there are some interesting men in his generation, some younger guys surprise me, I need to find me one, hahaha! 😉

      • che says:

        oh @Cath i so agree with u in fact there is a quote that a Turkish writer said i like so much and i’m gonna try to translate to english

        experience is gained by livin’, not by agign
        and time mature pear not people

  9. misty says:

    Rob + short hair+ beautiful smile + fingers in his mouth + smart answers = I feel in love again.

    Dear Rob,
    You are so right on.

  10. Michelle says:

    Just when I think I couldn’t love him more…sigh.

    Perfect. So true. Every word. That’s why an old married woman with 2 kids like me…LOVES Twilight. It makes me remember the “beginning” of love. It embodies that! Now I need to go cry a bit…muhahahahaha! 😉 Thanks for a fabulously deep post. I’m SO tweeded out today! 😉

    • misty says:


      save me a spot on the couch, I will cry with you!

    • southernbelle says:

      Can I cry with you too? I’m being hormonal today and stressed about RL. Sigh.

      Rob’s been a beautiful distraction to me! Rob, come on and distract me again today!

      • misty says:

        *hugs* to you to SB

        • Pammy says:

          Hugs to all you girls!!! Love hanging here!! Looking at Rob makes anyone’s RL better! (love that pic with the microphone!)

        • southernbelle says:

          Thanks Misty. How are you? How’s the TTC?

          Hugs back to you!

          • Michelle says:

            There is room on the couch for us all…and a big screen with Twilight (playing the cafeteria entrance over and over) and New Moon (playing parking lot strut and shirt removal over and over) on demand…you know, for us to drown our sorrows in.

            Why is real life so…well…REAL dang it?!


          • misty says:

            SB TTC was a success..long story, I am 4 1/2 mo. now….
            thanks for remembering, you are so sweet!

          • southernbelle says:

            @Misty yay!!!! I’m so happy for you! Congrats! XOXO keep me posted, how are you feeling? You know my email, feel free to email :-).

  11. dazzledtodeath says:

    Absolutely true. When I read the Twilight for the first time, I kept thinking back to when my husband and I were first dating, and what led up to us getting together. Twilight is the only book I’ve read that really captures that, and it’s for that reason that I forgive its flaws (sleeveless shirts, khaki). That is such an exhilarating time in your life-to be able to relive that through a book is amazing.

    • drsaka says:

      D2D- I’m sorry I can’t forgive the white sleeveless shirt with the khakis.

      • Rob4Deb says:

        The sleeveless shirts and khakis I can forgive (just) its the cream turtleneck and beige leather jacket that I cannot. ever. forgive.

        Is it possible to love HRH even more? It is coz I do!

        • southernbelle says:

          LOL, yes I agree, I had that in my mind, I didn’t like the beige turtleneck and the cream colored jacket. LOL I’m trying to remember what scene that’s from….was that the restaurant scene! Oh gosh that’s when I fell in love with Rob, in that scene.

          • Rob4Deb says:

            Yes SB it was the restaurant scene, he gives her his beige leather jacket because she left her coat in Jessica’s car (I think). OOH when I read it, I had to change the colours in my mind, because there is NO WAY my Edward wore such atrocities!!!

            I also fell in love with Rob in this scene, it really clinched it for me, the deal was done. But OMG if he’d worn a cream turtleneck (shudder to think!) x

      • Cath says:

        Sigh, why Khaki pants indeed? Edward is a vampire for christ’s sake, he should wear something with a bit more of an oomph! 😉

    • southernbelle says:

      I can forgive your husband’s attire because I know from what you said in the past that he is such a sweet guy! He bought you that cardboard Edward and he stalked Rob for you in the set of Remember Me! You’re husband is a keeper! 🙂 You’re very lucky!

      • southernbelle says:

        D2D LOL I think I misread your comment! I thought your dh was the one wearing the sleeveless shirts and khaki pants like Edward! Sorry!

        About Edward, I’m glad they didn’t make Rob dress exactly like him. Bella too, I keep thinking of that long khaki skirt when she meet the Cullens. 🙂

    • Stacey says:

      It reminds me too, when I first met my husband and he was very Edward like. For instance, he wouldn’t put out at first either.

      The way you put it was much sweeter!

  12. dazzledtodeath says:

    Rob, you are the perfect man. Not having you kills me a little bit. But I adore you regardless. Just keep on being you-this also brings back memories of crushing so bad on someone that it hurt. But in this case, I’m ok with that.

    • melronin says:

      WORD dtd!!!

    • misty says:

      Preach DTD!

    • mine!mine!mine! says:


      Oh god there really is something wrong with me, I’ve never even had that kind of crush on someone….I’ve liked people but I’ve never seen the point of getting into a state over someone who doesn’t know you exist or doesn’t feel the same way.

      I think I may need some form of therapy. It’s not like I haven’t had my fair share of boyfriends and I’ve lived with one, but I never got that involved with it all, I kinda just fell into living with him and when I’d had enough I just up and left….and I didn’t give it a second thought and (i’ve just realised) I haven’t spoken to him since! I just cut him out of my life.

      That’s bad right?!

      • Sue G. says:

        Sounds like you just haven’t met THE One yet! Hang in there and when you least expect it, it will happen!

  13. robgirl86 says:

    That pic is just PERFECT! the end!

  14. dazzledtodeath says:

    I don’t know if it’s necessarily bad-it might save you a lot of heartache. Maybe you just haven’t met The One. When I first had feelings for my husband, he was seeing someone else. I spent many a night depressed and crying because I had such strong feelings for him. And he turned out to be it for me. It’s probably more normal not to have such strong feelings for someone you don’t know and probably never will (Rob) but I can’t help the way I feel.

    • mine!mine!mine! says:

      I think that it’s great that you found ‘your one’ I just don’t think ‘my one’ exists. I sometimes think I’m missing something vital in my genetic makeup. 🙂

      Don’t get me wrong, I obviously have some (weird) feelings for thePretty, hell I post on this site everyday, but it doesn’t really affect my life. I don’t dream about him, I don’t daydream about him. I love his goofy, geekyness, but it doesn’t cause me any pain. I do occasionally get a little fed up with myself for being so lame, but when all is said and done, none of us take this seriously, we crush on him (some more than others) but it’s not really serious. For me this is just a bit of fun, just like the rest of you. We’re not crazy fangirls, we don’t stalk him – well, ok, we cyber stalk, but that’s way safer than actually stalking him, at least there isn’t much chance of us facing a jail term. So I understand your ‘crush’ on Rob, but it’s not the same has the crush you had on your husband….

      is it!?!!! 🙂

      • che says:

        Don’t get me wrong, I obviously have some (weird) feelings for thePretty, hell I post on this site everyday, but it doesn’t really affect my life. I don’t dream about him, I don’t daydream about him. I love his goofy, geekyness, but it doesn’t cause me any pain

        sometimes it couses
        to hard to handle the abbsence of thePretty 😀

      • che says:

        and this is one of the moments.Rob onto a hotel balcony…..his room……

        • misty says:

          I dream, daydream, drool, swoon, wish, laugh, giggle, talk, sing-a-long with, blog and probs alot more about Rob.

          I don’t set-stalk, have a porn stash, collect his movies, posters, magazines, but I do have an Edward doll.

          I don’t think that if anyone does these things that it makes them not normal (to a certain extent), to each their own.

          This crush is certainly NOT the same as my husband, because I don’t even know Rob. I am aware of that. Though, I can admit that my husband is not as hot as Rob, good looking Italian type, yes. But not hot British accent, long legs, perfect jaw Rob.

          • mine!mine!mine! says:

            I think I’m being misunderstood, or not being clear about what I mean.

            I don’t think that there is anything wrong with the stuff you do, I kinda do them too – don’t do the dreaming, daydreaming but I do drool 🙂 (often).
            I was just trying to say that my ‘crush’ (such as it is) doesn’t consume my life (much) and it’s not the same type of ‘crush’ you would have an a real person – by that I mean a person you know in RL. I have just never had a crush on a RL person.

        • mine!mine!mine! says:


          I did say below that it’s the picture of the HHH looking too beautiful that ruin my day, and yes, thanks for posting those, cos you just ruined my day 🙂

          I’m really liking the style of that shirt. Short sleeves, short in the body all kinds of hot!!!!

          I am slightly crazy where thePretty is concerned, I just try and keep it in check (sometimes I don’t do too well) My *cough* passing interest in him does take up way too much of my time, but it’s not all consuming. I am assuming that this is the same for the rest of the ladies that post on here.
          We all spend too much time looking, talking, watching and discussing him but I am sure (almost) that this doesn’t consume your lives (well not too much)!

          Still think he’s bloody BEAUTIFUL, though 🙂

          • che says:

            @M! I have just never had a crush on a RL person.

            same here.
            and i’m not sure is that b/c of me or men around beeing so.. i don’t know.. i’m not talking about just not being enough pretty and i don’t wanna ‘label ‘all men here ..i’m sure there are some good ones(not so much)but all peeps around me are together with Turkish or Albanian guys and i really can’t stand them(bitchface) .we- especially with my sisters- always talk about and agree that there is lack of something and make joke is that the air or the water..
            and i’m not even talking about HHH level cuz i know he is the only one 🙂

        • southernbelle says:

          I don’t like pap pics but I have to say these pics are great! Sigh. I’m just a big hypocrite I guess. I want him to have privacy but at the same time I want to see him all the time. What the heck is wrong with me?

      • Stacey says:

        It’s so normal to have crushes on people that are not your husband or someone that you’ll never meet. I think of it as just appreciating something that is pretty.

        Hey, I fell in love with and married, “Seth Green”. He’s so not who I thought I would end up with, but I did. He’s not Rob or Ian Somerhalder (also so pretty), but something about that Billy Joel listening, khaki pants wearing CPA still turns me on. sigh. Plus, he loves Megan Fox and makes me watch Transformers, so I get to enjoy my special crushes.

    • southernbelle says:

      Awww D2D, I’m so glad you and DH are together. My story’s quite the opposite, it was DH pining for me but my heart belonged to someone else. In the end I had to make a decision(I think I married a Jacob and I really wanted my Edward). It was big soap opera!

  15. robsfuturemate says:

    Twilight and then Rob was the perfect cure for me! I had recently being going throught my divorce when a friend recommened Twilight. It was a wonderful world to be in! It brought me back to the first love experience and gives me hope that I can have that again!

    It’s great that Rob “gets it”. He also gives me hope that they are more GOOD guys out there than not.

  16. dazzledtodeath says:


    No, it’s not the same, but I do dream about him, daydream and spend far too much time online reading and discussing him. Sometimes when I see an especially beautiful pic of him I wonder why I torture myself, but it’s not something you can turn on or off, it just is.

    • mine!mine!mine! says:


      Arrrr, yes the beautiful pictures of the HHH.

      Yes, it’s the pictures of him looking more beautiful than is fair that consistently ruin my day!!

    • southernbelle says:

      Hi D2D I agree! I spend way too much time on him and everything concerning him. As far as his pictures, it hurts to look at them sometimes doesn’t it! He is tortuously handsome!!!!

    • Rob4Deb says:

      D2D – thats just the way I feel too. It does hurt to look at him some days, he’s just soooo beautiful and it hurts me inside – I get butterflies… just how I felt when I met my husband – (who does have long legs and jaw porn funnily enough!) so yup it is exactly like a crush, but hey life would be so dull if we didn’t have the odd crush every so often and it hurts no one (except said husbands ego occassionally p’raps!)

    • che says:

      all of u

  17. Stacey says:

    “Vampiric release”, OMG MTV guy.

    Rob Pattinson is one charming man.

  18. southernbelle says:

    Hi Moon, I totally agree with you, that is the reason I love the Twi saga so much. I love the anticipation, all that sexual tension building up, it is very erotic. It also reminds me of how love was when I was a little bit younger, how exciting and liberating and at the same time suffocating it was (in a good way, cause you can’t stop kissing!). Being a hopeless romantic, I certainly enjoy those aspects.

    I saw him on Nightline last night and I have to say yes I fell in love with Rob even more after he said that beautiful comment. After he said it, I said “Oh and closed my eyes and hugged my pillow!” How is it possible I can fall deeper in love with this person? *sigh*

    I think in Rob’s case, anything is truly possible!

    Oh Rob! You’ve done it again! Le sigh.

  19. Aro says:

    *abruptly interrupts reading second paragraph*

    Thank you for reposting that microphone/finger bite (unnnfff!) picture that I stared at


    Okay. Just had to say that.

    *goes back to reading the post*

  20. southernbelle says:

    Dear Rob,

    I’m missing your sex hair but I have to admit, I love your short hair too. It gives you a different look though and yet for all intent and purposes I probably should restrain myself and show some decorum here. Let’s just say you look so desirable(pick a dumpster and meet me there)! You’re one charming man Mr. Pattinson!

    And yellow looks good on you btw. Everything looks good on you!


  21. niahid says:

    I really like that interview, have it saved on my NetBook. That tweed interviewers had done his research. True journalist. Rob’s answers were good. Although his joke about dying at 30 freaks me out a little.
    Someone please tell me why Rob was expelled from school twice. Smart guy like him, too smart for his age.

  22. I dunno as I really couldn’t get past the few pages I read of the books on the interwebs. *the girl who ruins all the mood*
    When you’re in love in RL it’s obviously crazy and magic and overwhelming, but I don’t think for me it has something to do with sex or no sex. (So in the doubt I go for the sex :)) I think it’s a lot about getting to know/spending time with that person, I mean it’s not because you do it that it becomes less charming, less interesting, I’d say it’s even the contrary… I think.
    Reading about a story like the Twilight one has to be different, I’m sure, but I just couldn’t get to the sexual tension because of all the “he’s so beautiful *sigh*”.

  23. Sue G. says:

    “I also think that feeling is just one of the (BIG!) reasons why the Twilight saga is so popular, it’s because it gives us a taste of that first love, on the edge of the cliff feeling all over again. Isn’t that what we all want sometimes?”

    That is certainly what turned me on (TWSS) to the Twilight books!

    Loved the interview….he really does get it! Just love him!

  24. mountainlion says:

    Hey Rob,
    Just in case you drop in today, I wanted to say a few things.

    There is so much brilliance pouring out of your mouth right now that I don’t even know where to start, but I’ll begin with:

    – pillow biting
    – not settling
    – tipping points

    I could go on an on.

    I love your brain.


  25. Janetrigs says:

    I love any Almost Famous reference. Thank you!

  26. fdrinconnue says:

    My english is really awkward but I wish to say that our love to Rob is so big precisely because it is hopeless, because we know we all for ever “stay at the pre-edge stage forever(with nervousness, malnutrition and euphoria “, and we really like this situation.
    And when we get aware of it we loose nervousness, we can eat again and we keep only euphoria.

  27. snowwhitedrifted says:

    Insightful and beautifully stated, Moon!

  28. PerfectDate says:

    Love this post. I like your “you just get it” comment about Rob. That’s one of the reasons I think I became such a fan of his. (Aside from the pretty, lol). I just admire the ways in which he sees the world. Did anyone see where that gal blogged about seeing Rob, Kristen and Taylor screen Eclipse last month, and she claimed they were bagging on it, stuff she supposedly couldn’t repeat. Whether her story was true or not, who knows, but that story about broke my heart. I mean, I make fun of everything twilight (I read LTR/LTT, duh!) but never mean-spirited. I just knew in my heart that Rob sees something in the story of Twilight and to hear him articulate it, well, just wow. I don’t feel like I’m explaining myself very well here, but just wanted to put my 2 cents of tweed in. With 3 kids and summertime not enough time to visit here…..

  29. Cath says:

    Great letter Moon! Love the lyrics quote:

    It’s not about what you put in, it’s about what you leave out…”

    So true! Agree with everything you said.

    People either chase the edge, or learn to love in bigger ways. I know people who are in love with falling in love, they are chasing that feeling forever. Not realising one will always lose it, be it sooner or later. But like you said:

    we’d all die of nervousness, malnutrition and euphoria overload!)

    Oh yes. Esp. the malnutrition and nervousness. I’m not sure if I’d mind dying from euphoria overload though, hahaha. I could think of a few examples where Rob could play a part in. 😉

    I also believe that that edge can sometimes come back, sometimes there are more alienating times in a relationship and if everything comes together again after such, you can taste a bit of the edge all over. Twilight is great way to experience that feeling again. It’s at least more constructive than cheating in RL.

    And I love this insightful, intelligent, giggly Rob with the passion of a thousand suns! 😉 Don’t you change too much, my little HobNob, ahem, hahaha.

    • southernbelle says:


      “Twilight is great way to experience that feeling again. It’s at least more constructive than cheating in RL.”

      LOL, yes I agree with you 100% percent! I am definitely not cheating!

  30. Yep, gotta agree. Our guy is very astute sometimes. I enjoyed watching that interview last night and was impressed at how much more relaxed he seems with all this going on.

  31. roslynstephanieselene says:

    Dear Rob,
    Please don’t die at 30. Not all your luck has been used yet. (You still haven’t met the LTR girls 😉 ) So stop with that silly talk and focus on being your funny giggly self.
    P.S: Say “That’s a little bit saucy” again…PLEASE 😀

    • Nelle says:

      Leg Hitch question! Wow! Is anyone else worried about his response? He either is not allowed to answer specific questions about the movie, or he doesn’t remember doing a leg hitch.

    • robsfuturemate says:

      “that’s a little bit saucy”

      Loved that in the Twi-com and even better actually seeing him say it! Yes Rob, please say that more often!!

      • Dionrenee says:

        Let’s see what awesomeness will come out of his mouth, he’s about to be on Jay Leno with all his pretty-ness, hotness-monster self…..where are my late night bloggers?

        • robsfuturemate says:

          I’m here! But, I’m west coast time and think I will have to set the DVR! The previews I saw where awesome though!!

          • Dionrenee says:

            OMG—its ab fab so far, he is sooo cute!!! The hair cut is killing me, I used to love the sex hair but Im lovin the short cut now….u will enjoy!

          • robsfuturemate says:

            Yay! Can’t wait! I thought about staying up, but it’s soo not gonna happen. I too really love the short hair and that tie makes it even better! Love fancyRob!!

          • sofa queen good says:

            I’m practising the gesture. Silver Fox gives great advice! Finally, a way we can recognise each other in public!

            Rob got a new phone. And a little sticky patch on his trousers – right thigh. Still love him and his instinct to join in the clapping.

  32. 3hboyshouse says:

    Did anyone notice that he is stealing valium from some girls’ nightstand. I so wish I knew that girl! Was that you Moon?

    Love the post and totes agree about the “tipping point” of the relationship or is that I love to play “just the tip” in the relationship. I think I like both!

    • English Girl says:

      Wasn’t he staying with his agent Stephanie when he went over to do the Twi audition?

      Poor woman probs had to take some valium whilst he was in her home to make sure she didn’t inadvertently jump him …

    • undecidedsten says:

      ya copped that aswell “her” nightstand hmmmm

      “just the tip” lmfao!!!

      thats the first time i;ve ever seen him come straight out and say no i will not discuss my personal life, thats usually bitchfaces (sorry typo k stew’s stance) instead of making a silly joke he just came (tsss) right out and said it i won’t talk about my personal life, as it ther is something to talk about oh god i think i’m slowly becoming an idontgiveafuckanymoresten.

  33. j9necessary says:

    ….and then God created Robert Pattinson….

    humbly we say thank you.

  34. twiprof says:

    Ah….to be 24 again.

  35. Luludee says:

    I’m reading this really late today and as I’ll most likely be the last comment, I expect no one to read it, but I’m going to add my two cents because my guess is it’s going to differ from everyone’s.

    ::puts on tweed::

    I enjoy reading about the build up of relationships in books such as this and all the euphoric feelings, etc. etc. and sort of living vicariously through the characters.

    BUT in my own life, I’d much rather skip it. I seem to undergo a transformation into some sort of insane, moron, who is stressed out all the time. I’m not myself, and I HATE that. As you stated Moon, “we’d all die of nervousness, malnutrition and euphoria overload.” No thank you.
    If that’s the best part of a relationship, what’s the point? I guess I’ll just keep reading about it and start collecting cats.

    • im reading your comment!

      i think i agree… a relationship cannot be sustained at this stage, though its a super fun and nerve wracking stage it would just never mature.

  36. MsLiss says:

    the pic..the pinky in the mouth..ahh kill. me. now.

    Yes i too love that Rob gets it.. cos he said he is cerebral in his approach..he thinks it to death…he’s a thinker our Robert..and we love him all the more for it.. and that is why he will be on the big screen for along time to come… WAY PAST 30 yrs Rob!

    a thinker who loves a laugh, good friends and a few *cough* heine’s…Ahh what’s not to love?

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