I just took one of the kids to see Herbie Fully Loaded. Matt Dillon plays a major part in this film, just as he did in the original Herbie movies from the 1960s. The creepy part is that he doesn't look a day older, which got me thinking.
After some careful consideration, I'm pretty sure that Matt Dillon is an alien. He's been in our movies for something like forty years and really doesn't look much different than he did when he started. I suspect that his people have discovered how to assume our basic shape and infiltrate our people, but they haven't figured out how to age themselves yet. This explains why a number of Hollywood stars haven't aged as much as the rest of us have, which includes both Dillon and Bob Saget. On the other hand, look at what an awful job Michael Jackson has done trying not to age.
(I might also point out that the aliens have got themselves a remarkable agent, considering the fact that they've kept Saget in roles for over twenty years with almost no obvious talent. I'll leave the full thinking on this giant conspiracy to the great minds out there who read my blog, but I will offer up this one possible clue: both Saget and Matt Dillon's brother currently appear on HBO's Entourage, which is produced by Marky Mark Wahlberg, who hasn't aged much either....)
There, I've thrown it out there. If I disappear in the night, you'll know I was right, but I say if the worst the aliens want to do is entertain us, let them come, though I would appreciate a few more women from whatever ageless planet Heather Locklear came from.
Matt Dillon comes from the planet DickClark