So tonight, Becky and I are watching [Bee Season](http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0387059/), a drama about a father who tries to avoid his failing marriage by immersing himself in his daughter’s spelling bees. In the opening scene of the movie, a helicopter is carrying a large letter ‘A’ across San Francisco Bay. It’s hanging from what appears to be a very thin cable. The scene cuts back and forth between this helicopter and our family riding in a car across one of the Bay bridges, with the daughter looking up out of the window. Eventually, we find that the helicopter safely delivers the letter to a large sign being assembled to read “Port Of Oakland”. In any case, as we are watching this scene, the following interchange transpires between Becky and me:
* Peter: I bet that “A” is going to drop on their car.
* Becky: I don’t think it’s that kind of movie.
I guess it’s sort of like a [Jeremyism](http://thebiggspicture.org/category/jeremyisms/). 🙂