Maybe it was the sentimental state I was in but I paused after this quote and felt a pang of guilt.
I thought about how we might not know what really happened to cause the end of Jesse William’s relationship.
Accompanying Victor is his wife, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), who just happens to be Rick's former lover who abandoned him in Paris.
Victor needs the documents Rick is entrusted with to escape Morocco, but Rick refuses to hand them over.
Since everyone else is being so honest and vulnerable in the clip and Williams comes off as super impassioned and almost a bit pissed off, I thought he was being real. TMZ has photos of Jesse Williams and that “cute girl” he worked with going on a movie date in West Hollywood last night. I guess I’m one of those “motherf--kers writing thinking pieces” but after I saw these photos, the only words I could think to describe Jesse Williams were “this motherf--ker.” Maybe his defence will be that he started seeing Minka Kelly after his marriage ended but still, the timing is suspect.
IF Jesse Williams wasn’t dating Minka Kelly and the reports that he left Aryn Drake-Lee to “make him a bigger star” weren’t true, I thought about how hard it could have been for Williams to see headlines speculating that he left his ride-or-die for Lyla Garrity. Again, of course, Jesse Williams is allowed to date after divorce.
Here’s what Jesse said in Jay’s powerful "I was in a relationship 13 years, 13 real years, not 5 years, not 7 years, 13 years and all of a sudden mother f--kers are writing think-pieces that I somehow threw a 13-year relationship—like thee most painful experience I’ve had in my life like with a person I’ve loved with all of my heart—that I threw a person and my family in the trash because a girl I work with is cute." I revealed in my previous piece that this video made me emotional.
He wanted to give them his blessing for Suri’s sake.” Did Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx really get married?
We will probably never know – they are pros when it comes to keeping their private lives private.
Released: 1942 Triangle: Rick, Ilsa, and Victor After roaming around Europe, expat Rick (Humphrey Bogart) has made himself a new life in Casablanca.
After obtaining valuable war documents, Rick meets Czech resistance leader Victor (Paul Henreid).