“I can’t come home and say I had a really tough day at work today and see her roll her eyes and go,
‘Really?’ And she would be like, ‘I can’t imagine how difficult it was for you. You clown!’
Rightly, I have no place to whine about anything.
That’s the problem with living with someone who has fought a war. You lose the moral high ground.”
- John Oliver
While she was in high school, she was involved in a terrible hit-and-run accident. She had to learn to speak and walk all over again.
After 9-11, she enlisted in the Army as a medic in response to her horror at what had happened.
How did they meet?
In 2008, John was working behind enemy lines at the RNC for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
When convention security chased after him for entering into a restricted area Oliver, who was still on a temporary work visa,
found himself at risk for potential deportation.
Attempting to avoid arrest and subsequent Breturn, the reporter and his camera crew happened upon a group of veterans who offered to help them hide.
Yes, you guessed it.
Among the veterans was Kate Norley. John worked up the nerve to exchange email addresses with her.
A friendship, then a romance happened.
He proposed to her on St. Thomas in 2010, and they were married a year later.
Kate did all the painful work again when she had a baby boy with John in 2015.
I keep hoping the Western will be re-born as a genre
(my main hero, after all, is an undead Texas Ranger!)
This movie looks promising: