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Their relationship is tested by the entrance of Sedgwick's knight in shining armor, the freewheelin' ``Musician'' (Hayden Christensen), who warns Edie that if she doesn't quit this Warhol poseur, she's gonna wind up on desolation row.
There are few things more intrinsically appealing to a sixth-grader (and children of many ages) than a knight in shining armor.
Self-consciously theatrical, he could be a knight in shining armor or a dangerous psychopath.
The face of you, my substitute for love," she sings in the mood-setting opening track, a love song about celebrity in which the narrator forsakes the object of her affection, wising up to the fact that fame will neither give her life meaning nor conjure up that knight in shining armor she's been questing all these years.
1 -- 2) Whether you desire an audience with the queen, or maybe just to meet your knight in shining armor, below right, it can happen at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire & Artisans Market in Irwindale, through May 22.
The real story here is Claude's evolution from fraught, masochistic "dog" ("Claude's my knight in shining armor," boasts the increasingly wrecked Ellen after Claude sticks her fingers down Ellen's throat to help her toss up an overdose) to free agent.
But he was definitely a knight in shining armor to Fulfillment Fund honoree Amy Pascal, chairwoman of Sony Pictures.
Al Hampton, who announced to friends 13 years that he has Alzheimer's disease, is still a knight in shining armor to his wife, Margaret.