The clip making of the trailer Part 9 from My Date with Drew (2004) with George DelHoyo
so I think you have a shot.
John August went very well.
And if you think- John August thinks
I have a shot to actually get the date with her,
which is unbelievable to me.
But the flip side of it now is,
let's say I get the date with her, right?
What the hell am I supposed to say to Drew Barrymore?
What do you say? I don't want to be sitting there like,
"I loved you in this and this and this," going through her resume.
I want to be cool.
And I was worried about that.
I'm not that cool. I'm not cool.
And I'm scared to death
that I'm going to look like an idiot.
So I wanted to, um-
I was thinking about it. I was actually thinking about it.
Like, I'd love to be able to practice.
I'd love to be able to practice for the date,
and do, like, a test date.
I think I'd feel more comfortable
knowing I messed up on the test date
than if I did messing up with the actual Drew on a real date.
So I posted an ad on the internet
for actresses who look like Drew.
And we brought in a bunch of girls.
Hi, I'm Brett.
Are you ready?
I'm telling you, it is absolutely amazing
how many women think they look like Drew Barrymore.
How are you?!
How you doing?!
Oh my God! You're not married?! Oh my God!
I just want to jump on the desk
and dance for you like I did when I did David Letterman.
Did you see that?
It was a long night.
It's hard to find someone like Drew.
But in the end, we finally found a girl
who at least had her essence.
And after a quick make-over by John's wife Lisa,
she even looked kind of like Drew.
I was all ready for my date.
All I had left to do was find a restaurant,
so I called the owner of Geoffrey's,
one of the fanciest restaurants in Malibu,
and explained my situation to him.
After hearing about my quest,
he agreed to let me use Geoffrey's for free.
Why the hell do I get nervous about this?
It's an actress playing Drew,
and I'm feeling nervous already.
Not majorly nervous. I'll be fine, but you know-