Quote of the Day: 'Finding Dory'

"Kids, let that be a lesson to you. Anything is possible if you're patient and you beg hard enough on national television."

--Ellen

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Janis Pacileo
375 days ago

Ellen I want to beg you to read my Childrens book. although I'm not on National T.V. I have sent you Emails Comments and Tweeted you ... Everyone thinks the book is great...lotsa lessons to be learned . For example it teaches Kids to deal with diversity also asks them to be kind to the earth and teaches family values DO PLEASE I BEG YOU TO READ IT look on barnes and Noble.com for a Shrimp called Pee Wee PLEASE !!!

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Billy Fridley
383 days ago

Okay ELLEN - you said "KIDS ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF BEG HARD ENOUGH"! I'M BEGGGGGGGINNNNNGGGGGG you to go check out my new music video for a song I made called "SWURQ" - I'm 15 years old and an unsigned artist from a really really small town in Kansas and the cool thing was I got featured on E! News please go check it out and see if you wanna SWURQ it out with me!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kak_8gwNEck

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Dawn Moneyhan
386 days ago

Congratulations on "Finding Dory"! While I'm looking forward to seeing the movie I am dreading a round 2 of what "Finding Nemo" brought to the pet industry in regards to aquarium fish. Thousands of marine fish died as a result. I pray you will do something to help us educate the public and save the fish this time around. A few reminders from you that it is NOT OK to keep Dory, Nemo, or any of their friends in a fish bowl, and something added to the movie credits (make it cute, a mention that no fish were harmed in the making of the movie... with a reminder that these animals cannot live in tiny aquariums or bowls) could be an easy way to save many innocent animals and help encourage conservation at the same time. Now is the time to act, while people are getting excited about the coming movie. Please help us save the innocent instead of contributing to the cause of their deaths.

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Karol Baumeister
386 days ago

Dear Ellen,

Congratulations on Finding Nemo Part II. I know you are someone who can make dreams come true! My dream is to work in animated movies! I was very close to working for Disney in 2008 when my contact was let go after 35 years of being there. His name was **** Cook. My ultimate goal would be to work for Pixar! I was told by agents in 2008 that I am in the right business, but they are only hiring siblings of Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers. Ellen, I don't need to be the star, I would love to play a fish or algae. I have a great demo and was recently laid off after 11 years from my job at a college. Every week I do voice overs for radio commercials for below minimum wage to keep my craft going. MY DREAM WOULD BE TO PLAY A PART FOR PIXAR. I to have a vision board. I loved your persistence in getting your dream out! I figured I have nothing to loose by asking you for help!

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