Hollywood got something right about women (1982 version)

This is from the God-awful film Grease 2, but if you wanted to know about what women want in a man here it is:

Michelle Pfeiffer is the only thing good in this movie and this was her big break. Damn, she was hot, even if her singing is a little weak. I wonder if she knew what a turd this movie was going to be when they were making it.

I couldn’t get through either Spiderman: Homecoming or Wonder Woman, but I sat through this whole thing last night just because of her. If that’s not love, I don’t know what is.

Cool Rider

If you really want to know
What I want in a guy…
Well, I’m lookin’ for a dream on a mean machine
With hell in his eyes.
I want a devil in skin tight leather,
And he’s gonna be wild as the wind.
And one fine night, I’ll be holdin’ on tight…

To a coooool rider, a coooool rider.
If he’s cool enough,
He can burn me through and through.
Whhoa ohhhh
If it takes forever,
Then I’ll wait forever.
No ordinary boy,
No ordinary boy is gonna do.
I want a rider that’s cool. 

That’s the way it’s gonna be,
And that’s the way that I feel.
I want a whole lot more than the boy next door,
I want hell on wheels.
Just give me a fine motorcycle,
With a man rollin’ out of the seat.
And move aside, cause I’m gonna ride…


I don’t want no ordinary guys,
Comin’ on strong to me.
They don’t know what I’m lookin’ for,
They don’t know what I need.
They’re gonna know when he gets here,
Cause the ground will be shakin’.
I’ll do anything to let him know,
That I’m his, his for the takin’.

I want a coooooool rider,
A cool, cool, cool, cool rider.
I want a coooooool rider,
A cool, cool, cool, cool rider.
I want a C-O-O-L R-I-D-E-R.
I need a C-O-O-L R-I-D-E-R.


4 thoughts on “Hollywood got something right about women (1982 version)

  1. The one role Michelle Pfeiffer will not discuss. she won’t talk about it in interviews or anywhere else. Absolutely refuses to discuss Grease 2. Because it was SUCH a dumpster fire.

    She was hot in G2. You should also check her out in Scarface (1983) with Pacino, and Tequila Sunrise (1987 or 88).


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