Jan 22nd 2010 6:00AM It's a movie. That's it. It's not worth your homo-hate drama, woman. Move on.
Jun 25th 2009 11:06AM I do have to agree with javadic. It was some good sardonism.
Jun 25th 2009 11:04AM This woman is absolutely nuts!
Oct 13th 2007 10:42AM OMG! I hope this woman's a real bitch, because otherwise, neither she nor anyone deserves to have themselves so shamelessly and embarassingly exploited. On the otherhand, I enjoyed my first laugh of the day at her expense.
Oct 12th 2007 1:41PM I think they're both huge phonies.
If you watch Ray closely, her face sometimes goes completely blank for a spilt second, as if she's trying to remember which emotion to register next.
And Bourdain seems to be a chronic malcontent who tries so hard to appear nonconformist that he's actually ordinary.
Don't even get me started on Paula Deen. I'm from the South, and nobody, repeat NOBODY, is that southern, but that's another issue altogether.
Sep 26th 2007 6:31AM Let's not forget Diane Sawyer was once America's Junior Miss, but the woman is the personification of class. Miss Smith's comments, however, paint her as anything but.
Katie Couric is indeed a valid newscaster who's doing what she can with what she's been given and has a solid background in journalism. She's a woman who can be regarded as a role model for other women in any field. I don't think Rachel Smith need worry about becoming anything like her.
Sep 21st 2007 11:18AM Okay, against popular opinion, and sometimes my own judgement, I actually like Martha. Rachel Ray, however, needs to drop the Shirley Temple routine and act like a grown woman.
Sep 18th 2007 4:35PM What a punk-ass little bitch. A certain amount of intrusion comes with being a celebrity. Step up to the plate and develop a little spine, you whiny-ass cry-baby. Is it absolutely necessary for you to bring snotty back as well?