“Don’t have the London Broil,” Holt said. “That’s an amateur’s dish.” He looked at her, tiny eyes in a bearded face. “She’ll have the filet mignon. Rare. Porterhouse for me. Barely dead. Shrimp cocktail to start, creamed spinach as an extra.” He passed the waiter the menus without looking at him.
In Charlotte Dent, Harris Holt is an acclaimed director who casts Charlotte in a small role in his Untitled Lana Turner Project, which stars Paragon Dufresne. He and Charlotte clash, and he ends up firing her and eliminating her role midway through production.