Next week on NBC, they are going to air a two hour special on the struggle Farrah Fawcett has gone through over the past two years fighting her cancer. It was filmed by Alana Stewart. Ryan O'Neal has been doing press for the film and he says that Farrah spends the whole day in bed and barely has the energy to talk. I'm not sure if I can handle watching two hours of that.
Ryan says that Farrah has no idea that Redmond is in jail. When Redmond came to visit her from jail, he was still in his prison jump suit and was wearing shackles around her feet, but that Farrah didn't even notice. Ryan also says that "Redmond is terrified for his mother. I told him she's rebounding. I lied to him. I lied to her. It's the best thing."Well, I'm guessing now he will know won't he? I understand protecting your child, but maybe it would be best if you told him rather than him reading about it on a website or seeing it in the movie next week.
Supposedly at one point in the documentary, Redmond is lying next to his mom while she is sleeping and he is shown crying. I just don't know how I can watch this.
Although it sounds from Ryan's quotes that Farrah is dying, he says they are going to try one last miracle cure attempt and that they have not given up fighting. I wish her well.