"That Girl Was, Is, And Will Always Be Nada"Dodai Stewart3/27/08 6:00pmFiled to: Clips80SMovieseuropean vacationjohn hughesmeg cabotNostalgiapretty in pinksixteen candlesThe Breakfast ClubWeird ScienceYouTube36EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Feeling nostalgic? John Hughes has been in the news this week. First there was a profile of the writer/director in the Los Angeles Times (he helped write Drillbit Taylor, but under a pseudonym, shh!) and a NPR piece about Long Duk Dong. Now, Meg Cabot, author of The Princess Diaries, has posted a YouTube clip (to promote her new book) in which she reenacts a key scene from Pretty in Pink using dolls.Clip above; the comments are for arguing over your fave John Hughes film (A toss-up between Weird Science and Sixteen Candles, although next week I'll change my mind to The Breakfast Club or European Vacation.)John Hughes' Imprint Remains [LA Times] Long Duk Dong: Last of the Hollywood Stereotypes? [NPR] What's With the John Hughes Nostalgia? [GalleyCat] Pretty In Pink [YouTube] Earlier: Sixteen Candles Or Pretty In Pink: Which Is Better?