Topic: Television Obsession
In light of equal opportunity, this week...the women. Who you got?
I'm so very sorry I have been gone for a super, super long time and now that I have returned, I don't really have anything exciting to say.
So, I'll put a question out there. My roommate and I were putting a different spin on our top 5 man list to note which top 5 you have right now based on movies/TV/media that you've seen this week.
Here are mine:
To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
It's finally official. I've been watching too much televsion (mainly in the form of DVDs). So much so that it has bled into my subconscious.
Here's a list of some of the things I watched yesterday:
a couple of 90210's (season 2)
Burn Notice (4 episodes)
True Hollywood Story about a murderer (5 min)
Million Dollar Password with Neil Patrick Harris (10 min)
They all jumbled together in my brain to make me part of a show where Shannen Doherty AS Brenda Walsh and I had been burned secret agents who were forced to work as private investigators who got involved in a case with a serial killer which caused us to take refuge in Neil Patrick Harris' New York City house. Now, I'm not really sure where the NYC part comes into play, but still, you can see why this would be a concern. Although, now that I'm thinking about it, a mystery show with Shannen Doherty and Neil Patrick Harris might not be such a bad thing. I'd of course have to write myself in as well, b/c, well, I thought of the idea.
I never thought I'd say this, but Celebrity Family Feud is hilarious. Where else can you see Joan Rivers face off against Ice-T at the podium followed shortly by gross Al Roker making smarmy references to Ice-T's scantily clad wife, Coco? Nowhere...that's where. (and also, Ice-T's first answer was 'cock' - I believe the question was 'Name something slippery that is hard to hold on to.')
On a side note, it seemed like Coco and her mother might have been the same age. That was a little weird and being on the set with the Rivers family, I would venture to say that it was the largest display of plastic surgery in one area since the last pool party at Hef's house.
Now I'm totally looking forward to the new Match Game and Password. I hear Sarah Silverman is on one of them and is totally hilarious. As if she could be anything else. And don't forget the new Circus of the Stars! I don't remember what it is called now, but I heard that one of the contestants got severely injured after being dropped on her head at some point.
Seems like the broadcast networks are jumping on the VH1 (and E!) Celebreality bandwagon!
Am I the only one that finds it awesome that The View was nominated for outstanding achievement in make-up? Competing only against The Price is Right and Sesame Street?
Ha. I hope they win.