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“I went skydiving once with one of my ex-boyfriends and that was fun.

I thought it was an interesting choice because he could have killed me when I jumped out of a plane with him.

But the real message of the movie is that women should love themselves and take care of their hearts and their brains and also not feel bad about having a good time or experiencing different people and dating people.” Dressed smartly in a black trouser suit, Johnson - who also stars in A Bigger Splash, released this week - is a relaxed conversationalist with a sly sense of humour and a seductive smile; she shifts easily between serious discussion and light-hearted banter. “I haven’t really been on a lot of dates,” she says.

I ask her how she goes about meeting men - when, of course, she’s not flat out working. “I have my friends that I’ve been friends with forever and it’s kind of hard meeting new people. “I’ve only been in long-term relationships.” She laughs as she recalls her best and worst dates.

There’s less of a stigma about being single nowadays and I think society is relinquishing some of the pressures of needing to find a spouse. But it freaks me out.” Before dating Hitt, Johnson had been in stable relationships with the musician Noah Gersh and then the film actor Jordan Masterson (The 40-Year-Old Virgin).“Some people think this is something I’m interested in in my private life, which is not the case,” she says firmly. But I guess it’s something that happens with a lot of actors: people think that in real life they are like the characters they play.” Since the film came out, she says: “My life has changed dramatically.But there are times I feel lonely and then I just watch movies and read books and I’m happy I have the time to do those things.The Nineties saw the further disintegration of the classic broadcast networks.Alternate cable broadcast outlets spawned the need for more software (programs), and writers turned yet again to the TV Single Dad for familiar, snappy storylines.

There’s less of a stigma about being single nowadays and I think society is relinquishing some of the pressures of needing to find a spouse. But it freaks me out.” Before dating Hitt, Johnson had been in stable relationships with the musician Noah Gersh and then the film actor Jordan Masterson (The 40-Year-Old Virgin).

“Some people think this is something I’m interested in in my private life, which is not the case,” she says firmly. But I guess it’s something that happens with a lot of actors: people think that in real life they are like the characters they play.” Since the film came out, she says: “My life has changed dramatically.

But there are times I feel lonely and then I just watch movies and read books and I’m happy I have the time to do those things.

The Nineties saw the further disintegration of the classic broadcast networks.

Alternate cable broadcast outlets spawned the need for more software (programs), and writers turned yet again to the TV Single Dad for familiar, snappy storylines.

It's surprising that so many of these Single Dad shows were half-hour cartoons, a return to the days of Jonny Quest*. This violates Rule One of the Single TV Dad Rules: The Critic 1993 (ABC) - 1994 (FOX) DAD: Jay Sherman (voice of Jon Lovitz) / Divorced DAD'S JOB: Critic KIDS: Marty (voice of Christine Cavanaugh)(10) WHERE'S MOM? STAND-IN "MOM": none Why It Doesn't Count: Jay Sherman doesn't have primary custody. However, he does have Marty with him on many occasions.