Some who visit Burbank and drive past its many Cypress trees have difficulty finding a single place where one could take a date. In Burbank summer temperatures soar, forcing a dating couple to retreat to an air conditioned setting. Reminders of the Burbank of the 1960s and 1970s, when street after street had two-bedroom stucco structures, fail to suggest a rich choice of dating possibilities. Yet the Burbank single does have a number of different ways that he or she could engineer an exciting date.
For the Burbank single who needs to plan a date in early December, there exist many possibilities. Burbank holds a twelve-day long festival every December. It has food, music and entertainment-everything one could want while on a date.
More than one Burbank single might have a chance to take a date to a wedding. Burbank weddings can provide some special entertainment. Burbank's videographers make a point of taping special events. A dating couple at a wedding might be able to get themselves on tape. This could give a Burbank single a real incentive to add his or her personal touch to the liveliness of the wedding.
The Burbank single does not really need to depart frequently from his or her home in order to entertain a date. Because some of Burbank's native sons and daughters appear on tape and on DVDs, a fun date could be a night watching a fellow Burbank resident. Let's examine some of the potential pool of DVDs that would help a Burbank single to secure an evening of at-home entertainment.
Sean Penn was born in Burbank. He, too, used to be a Burbank single. His experiences as a single in Burbank helped prepare him for his first role. In 1982 he played a teen in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Now his face appears on the cover of many a DVD. Now another Burbank single has the ability to use those DVDs to entertain a date.
The director Tim Burton was born in Burbank. He directed the movies Beetlejuice, Batman, Batman Returns and James and the Giant Peach. Any or all of those movies would provide a pair of Burbank singles with a way to entertain themselves in the comfort of a familiar setting.
Rene Russo was born in Burbank. She appears in many fast-paced movies. Her agreement to star in these action flicks now gives many a Burbank single a rich choice of DVDs and videos with which to entertain a date. Rene Russo demonstrates her acting skills in Lethal Weapon III, In the Line of Fire, Get Shorty and Two for the Money.
One Burbank resident tried to get a movie role, but he ended-up with a support role on a TV series. Wil Wheaton played Wesley Crusher in the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. A Burbank single might want to scour the local DVD stores for a way to watch a Star Trek program with a date.
All of the above Burbank natives serve as a reminder that life in Burbank can lead to a wedding. Their career choices insure the existence in Burbank of more than one way for a single person to meet a potential partner. They help the local DVD stores to provide Burbank singles with many ways to entertain a date.