Nov 1st 2007 6:38PM Hmmm
if it isn't Rupert, Richard Hatch or that woman with the foul mouth......or even Johnny Fairplay... I just can't remember any of these other survivors. I've seen all the shows ...but they all blend and meld together.....
Anyone else starting to find they all seem to fall into one great big melting pot of survivor..
Hell, I would watch just to see Rupert... of course he's not coming back on again to win another million..but for some reason I remember him clear as a bell.
Oct 10th 2007 3:16PM wow...that is an amazing find..... just a mere 20 plus million for land and a barn.... so toss in a few million to spare to build your dream house.....that is one amazing barn
Does anyone know the architect responsible for this absolute equestrian marvel ? i would love to know..it's absolutely gorgeous...
Oct 8th 2007 2:59PM When Alyssa Milano turns into a Mermaid....that was a cool episode...
Sep 22nd 2007 3:10PM I listened to that yesterday on Buddy tv and I thought "YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME ???" right ? that's an apology to the jewish community.
If I was Jewish, I would be sooooo insulted. Her apology is just as bad as her initial comments. So now she is lumping every jew in NYC as one type of person...oh boy..that must be loving that in New York.
Nothing better to make one prejudicial comment and then apology with 3 more.....
Hmmm...stupid is as stupid does...isn't that what Forrest Gump would say ?
You can't expect a moron to craft an intelligent apology..although..YOU MIGHT have thought CBS or "Somebody" might have helped her craft an apology instead of what appears of her being left to her own devices.
I love her "I'm not prejudiced, butttttt ALL jews in NY are money motivated, goal oriented.." ..
oh but really what can you expect from her.
stupid is as stupid does
Sep 19th 2007 2:37AM Although i watched every episode.....I am amazed at the amount of my co-workers who have declared "never again" - and tuned this show out weeks ago.
i wonder too if "Dick" went so far that they have alienated a bunch of viewers for the future...
I "love" BB , but even I just got off the couch several times and clicked off early because I just couldn't take anymore.
Their casting did a great job of creating controversy, but perhaps too much controversy ?
too much god
too much antisemitism
too much cruelty
too much hate
too much nasty
but hey..I'm a glutton..I'll be back for BB9
Sep 7th 2007 3:24PM okay..by far and large this is my favorite blog on the whole of the internet, so I definitely wanted to get some opinions on this - when my friends at work all heard about Alyssa on Earl for a few guest spots yesterday, we thought this would be even better for her die hard fans.. what do you think ?
It would be amazing if the creative powers behind Boston Legal tapped her charm, talent, and charisma as well.
Could you imagine Alyssa Milano playing a hotshot legal eagle from their New York office who comes to Boston to turn the whole place upside down. Instead of James Spader's character playing the women, maybe Alyssa's character could play him. A little italian American hotshot to create a little friction within their Boston enclave. It certainly would create yet another schism within the firm. Alyssa Milano, dressed in the requisite hot sexy lawyer skirt suits with a New York accent would give those Boston lawyers a run for their money. Plus, as an added bonus to her 20 years of on screen acting, she would give the show an injection of italian-american sex appeal all wrapped in a 5'2 body. Certainly James Spader's character would be all torn up in stitches just watching her walk down the hallway....
Considering the all-star cast of Boston Legal is never ending. So why not an 80s and 90s icon that every man between 15 and 50 knows by name alone.
Boston Legal could become even more charmed than it already is ...no pun intended again...of course...lol
Sep 5th 2007 4:13PM i would rather watch flies fuck than the showtime nightly show. I TOTALLY agree with the idea of giving them something to do. Give them yarn, give them pottery, give them lincoln logs, give them SOMETHING that in their sheer boredom they will attempt to do.
I can only imagine a pottery wheel , Dick, Zach, and Eric attempting to kill time making something. Of course, Zach makes his own drinking glasses and plates at home, so of course, he will be a pro at it. At least, I am sure that is what we would be told by him if given the opportunity.
President of the "'GIVE them something to do" club....someone..go to a craft shop, toys r us, anything.........
Sep 3rd 2007 3:15PM without a doubt Charlie..... there aren't many people on sitcoms these days like Charlie....
Aug 28th 2007 5:43PM As a Star Trek nut, I am definitely looking forward to Nichelle Nichols of course !! joining the cast !!
Aug 28th 2007 5:38PM Bones has definitely grown on me. Each new episode has definitely sinks the hook in deeper and deeper into me pulling me back to watch more and more.
Of all the episodes, I love the episode when she finally sees her father face to face. In my own life, I went a decade without speaking to my father, so I could imagine myself in such a position. I think that the first time she lays eyes on her father and knows it's her father are priceless. I also think the 'comic relief' part that is added how Booth has to arrest his partner's father every time they get near each other is hysterical.
So, if I had to pick "Stargazer in a Puddle" would be my favorite.
Keep up the great work !! It's addicting.