Six degrees of dating
You said it was an all-time low in a lifetime of theater-going,” spits Tess (Colby Minifie) accusingly to her parents, Louisa, aka Ouisa (seven-time Emmy winner Allison Janney, absolutely sublime) and Flanders, aka Flan ( quips — far better than you’d expect, considering that the title phrase is now firmly entrenched in our vernacular.“I am bound to everyone on this planet by a trail of six people,” says Ouisa.The background behind the six degrees of separation is broad, depending on which part of the theory you are studying.Some say the history of this idea dates back to the turn of the 20th century, when Nobel Peace Prize winner Guglielmo Marconi (father of the modern radio) attempted to figure out the number of radio relay stations would be needed to cover the Earth and he came up with an average of 5.83, or the amount of steps everyone on Earth is apart.
They concluded, "that the average path length, or degree of separation, among the anonymized users probed was 6." The report also states that people tend to communicate with others who are similar in age, location and language."I definitely was shocked like everybody else [about Nick marrying Mariah Carey]. , directed by Trip Cullman and starring seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney, Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey and Tony Award nominee Corey Hawkins, will close Sunday.Also concluded is that cross-gender conversations are more frequent and have a longer duration than those conversations with the same gender.Actor and philanthropist Kevin Bacon once bragged that he worked with just about everyone in Hollywood.
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There was even a newsgroup formed called, "Kevin Bacon is the Center of the Universe." So, taking the six degrees of separation theory just one step further, the celebrity set out to see just how many relationships can be formed Kevin Bacon in the middle.