One night a few months ago at work, I was chatting with my co-worker and friend Karol Kent, who's an actress, about the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. The game's name was a spoof on the hit John Guare play (and later movie) "Six Degrees of Separation.
In "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon," you try to connect an actor or actress to Kevin Bacon within six steps. For instance, Blair Brown to Kevin Bacon would be "Continental Divide" with John Belushi to "Animal House," which Belushi appeared with Kevin Bacon.
As we talked, it dawned on me that Karol appeared with Bacon in the 2001 movie Novocaine, and I mentioned it to her. She replied "Yep-- Johnny, that's right; you're a 'two.'"
And that means that you're all "threes."