YOU’RE DEAD TO ME

On Monday’s podcast we were wondering about from where the expression “you’re dead to me” originated. Andrea Holbrook, the Gloucester Daily Times managing editor, enlightens 🙂

Godfather 2: Michael Corleone: Fredo, you’re nothing to me now. You’re not a brother, you’re not a friend. I don’t want to know you or what you do. I don’t want to see you at the hotels, I don’t want you near my house. When you see our mother, I want to know a day in advance, so I won’t be there. You understand?

But it was in Zoolander.

Thank you Andrea!

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