. . . Sally Kellerman was telling Buck Henry on "The Late Show" how good her career's going, what with roles in "Back to School" and "That's Life." Gosh, she forgot all about her latest, as a porn queen's ghost cavorting with teen boys in "Meatballs 3."
. . . Warners vp/general sales manager Dan Fellman did some bragging to the Hollywood Reporter about "Innerspace," which has a miniaturized Dennis Quaid on a crazy adventure after being injected into Martin Short's bloodstream: "It's the most original film we've seen here in years. . . ." Original? Ahem. What about "Fantastic Voyage" (1966)--with its teensy explorers on a wild trip inside the human body?
. . . Hey, about those radio-TV spots with those senior ladies speeding helter-skelter through town to make the Bob's Big Boy special dinner deadline: Is Bob's encouraging diners to break traffic laws to get to their restaurants?
. . . At Nate's, a new N.Y.-style deli in Burlingame, south of San Francisco, one of the celebrity sandwiches is the Woody Allen, which is cold shrimp salad stuffed in a pita with hard-boiled egg, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
. . . Anything to steal a scene: On the final episode this season of "St. Elsewhere," while actors Ed Flanders and Cindy Pickett conversed in the morgue, a corpse wiggled his toes.