Don't worry, I'm not going to live blog at the Oscars. That's for other people.
But they just did a two-minute roundup of famous writer-characters in movies, in advance of the best adapted screenplay award.
They missed Margot Kidder as Lois Lane.
However, they included the most classic of classics. James Stewart, in The Philadelphia Story -- one of my all-time favourite films. Stewart, who played a journalist in the film, is easily one of the best actors in history, outshining Cary Grant in lopsided smiles and understated tones.
The montage included sparkling-eyed Ewan McGregor in Moulin Rouge, and frenzied Johnny Depp in Ed Wood.
Excellent night. Maybe Scorsese will win....
Oh, shit. Tom Cruise is on my television screen. What is he doing at the Oscars?
I hope Katie's okay.