That's just goofy!

We don't do it on the rides, says Romijn-Stamos; night terrifies Prince of Darkness; Nick Carter hunts aliens. Plus: Bond-age Barbie.

By Amy Reiter

Published October 23, 2002 4:10PM (EDT)

Rebecca Romijn-Stamos would like to apologize to Mickey and Minnie and explain something to the rest of us.

When she told Jane magazine, the other week, that she and her husband, John, had sex for the first time at Disneyland, she did not mean in the actual park -- let alone on the rides.

"I feel I have to apologize to the people at Disneyland. They've been so good to John and it's one of our favorite places to visit," Romijn-Stamos tells the Calgary Sun.

And when she says it's one of their favorite places, she means it in the cleanest way possible.

"I want to make it very clear that when we're in Disneyland, John and I ride the rides next to each other and not on top of each other," she says.

Furthermore, "When we visit Disneyland we stay at one of the Disneyland hotels," she explains. "John and I are a very amorous couple, so that's what I meant when I said we've had sex at Disneyland."

Funny, that's not what Snow White said.

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So much for Iron Man

"I'm the most nervous guy in the world, a frightened little man, on red alert from when I wake until I go to sleep. I was born with fear."

-- Ozzy Osbourne, bringing a whole new dimension to his claim to the "Prince of Fucking Darkness" throne, in Britain's Radio Times.

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E.T. phone N.C.?

Looks like Lance Bass isn't the only boy bander with a space obsession. Nick Carter's got one, too. And if anything, his is even weirder.

"I believe aliens are real. I used to go hunting for them, three or four years ago," Carter shares in the upcoming issue of Blender magazine. "I'd get back late from a tour and couldn't go to sleep. I'd go out in my car with friends late at night in the middle of Florida and look for UFO's."

Some guys cruise for chicks ...

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Something from nothing

"I figured it would hang around for a short period of time, then disappear."

-- Jerry Seinfeld on his not particularly great expectations for "Seinfeld" lo those many years ago, in the Boston Globe.

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Plastic, all plastic

I suppose it was only a matter of time ...

The latest Bond girl? Barbie.

Just in time for the holidays, Mattell has released a special Bond Girl Barbie in a limited-edition 007 gift set -- to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first Bond flick, "Dr. No."

Clad in a golden lace gown and red shawl -- with a cellphone strapped to her shapely thigh -- Bond Girl Barbie has company, of course: Bond, James Bond, in his trademark tux ... as played by ... Ken.

That's worse than George Lazenby.

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