I knew when we started this business it was like I was in the backseat of Thelma and Louise's car hurtling toward a cliff edge.
Talon all but threw them both into the backseat while he climbed into the driver's seat.
She was in a car with one of Talon's men, her crumpled body at an awkward angle jammed in the small area between the backseat and the driver's seat.
He leaned over the seat and began rummaging through his backseat accumulation as the vehicle began to slide backwards.
Ashley unlocked the doors, and Jessi climbed into the tiny backseat, followed by Brandon.
Pierre crammed himself into the backseat.
We piled it in the trunk and backseat.
Once baby is here, however, pets can quickly take a backseat to an adored newborn.
Most infant seats come with a base that can be fastened into the backseat and left in there for as long as it is needed.
Additionally, empty the trunk or backseat of anything heavy that takes up space or adds extra weight.
This is known as the "backseat" position, which is an alignment that can set a skier up for a serious knee injury.
Keeping your weight too far back, what is called backseat skiing, can cause backwards falls, which can in turn cause serious injuries.
This position is often used by women as a means of counteracting their tendency to be in the backseat.
The extra weight in the lower body pushes their weight towards the back of the ski, and into a position known as the "backseat."
When your weight is on the tails of the ski, it is known as a "backseat posture."
If you see that you are transferring your weight to your ski tails, in what is call a "backseat" position, the ski is probably too long.
Lay down the backseat of your vehicle so you can spread the dress out.
While Gibson hopes to spend some of the interview promoting his upcoming film, Apocalypto, it's likely the film talk will take a backseat to reveal more about his alcoholism and the details of his arrest.
A friend in the backseat of the SUV that Lohan was riding in said "She's kidding" following Lohan's remark.
Vertical skateboarding took a backseat to the popularity of street skating, and now his wife, a manicurist, was responsible for earning the family income.
The dashing tailcoats took a backseat and were saved for extremely fancy occasions, such as balls or operas.
Money was scarce, and fashion simply took a backseat to more pressing concerns during the next several years.
You may find it useful to store a jacket in the backseat of your car, along with an umbrella.
Golf sport glasses are important when your game needs to be at its very best and when distractions, like the weather and sun, need to take a backseat.
Facial shape takes a backseat to size, as the slightly curved rectangular shape of the lenses is flattering against almost face.
One of the defining characteristics of the survival horror genre, and what sets it apart from other games is that typical video game elements such as gameplay take a backseat to the overall theme of the game.
It now currently only takes backseat to another heavy hitter from Puglia, Negroamaro.
As the mercury rises and your daydreams of a beach vacation kick into high gear, your spring wardrobe takes a bit of a backseat.
In modern times, chess has taken a backseat to other board games, but it is still very popular among people who are interested in strategy and really having to think about what your opponent is going to do next.
Although fashion might take a backseat to function when it comes to wallets for travel, the magic of leather is that even a simple black leather travel organizer looks stylish and polished.
What she hadn't known was that an escaped murderer had been hiding in the backseat of her car, and that the gas station attendant could see the man rising up behind her with a knife.
In many cases, the dress is the star of the show, so other accessories take a backseat to its presence.
Amidst the hoopla about who's cheating on who, who's having who's baby, when so-and-so will get caught and various other shenanigans, soap opera ratings seem to take a bit of a backseat - at least to the audience.
The small town faced tragedy four months before the series begins when Elena Gilbert's (Nina Dobrev) parents died in a car accident after driving off a bridge and into the water with Elena in the backseat.
Bill and Sookie's romance soon took a backseat when Sookie became a target of the real killer.
For many women, however, maintaining their own health takes a backseat to caring for their families.
She was the youngest of the nine children in her showbiz family, and for much of her childhood, she took a backseat as her parents managed the career of the Jackson 5.
Lt. Agathon sat backseat to Lt. Sharon "Boomer" Valerii for the Galactica.
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