Jennifer Garner rescues stranded motorist

Jennifer Garner is just too good to be true. Not only is she a wife, a mom, a movie star and a volunteer for various charities, but this weekend when she spotted a stranger in trouble, she stopped to help. A woman ran out of gas while driving through Garner’s neighborhood in Brentwood. When Jennifer drove past, she noticed the woman’s plight, so she went home, grabbed a gas container and siphoned enough gas from her own tank to get the woman to a gas station.

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  1. ugh • July 5, 2010 @ 11:31 AM

    hot sweatpants. lol

  2. Linda • July 5, 2010 @ 11:35 AM

    Jen seems like a good gal….

  3. Mary • July 5, 2010 @ 3:46 PM

    How come trash gets the most comments and then a natural likable person like Jen gets an UGH! and a comment on her sweat pants. What a bunch of idiots. I guess it’s because she’s normal doesn’t wear her shorts so you can see her butt and probably always wears underwear. Go figure.

  4. mandee • July 6, 2010 @ 12:53 AM

    mary, i comment on any articles i find interesting, i dont care what they wear or how short their “shorts” are. people arent “idiots” because the article has been up for a day and they havent had a chance to comment, maybe the people that arent commenting simply have a life. i dont check tribute every single day, i check maybe twice a week, therefore i was unable to comment on this article the moment it was posted, although you didnt find much trouble now did you? perhaps you should consider putting some of your hostility towards people you dont know to some good, constructive use? maybe you should consider volunteering, or getting a job? thatll help ease your tension.

    anyway, good work jennifer! you seem like a genuinely nice person and im happy that you made it into show business. people like you deserve to be rich.

  5. leeza • July 6, 2010 @ 12:30 PM

    haha you ppl are all gay

  6. anon • July 6, 2010 @ 3:15 PM

    Jen seems like a very nice person. I like her acting and the more stories like this (helping another motorist) points to the fact that she is a nice person.

  7. Anon • July 7, 2010 @ 10:24 PM

    Now that was a story worth reading. That someone would rather take the time or risks associated with siphoning gas over driving to a local gas station with the container is stupid. Double UGH! for this worthless mention.

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