Feb 1st 2007 3:21PM jack escapes?!?!?! oh no... never saw that coming...
Jan 30th 2007 4:49PM Hmm, my comments never seem to make it, but what the hey. I love this stuff. Don't use/buy it nearly enough. I too used it for dry skin in places other than my lips. A friend of mine turned me onto it. She would use it EVERYWHERE. The most unusual being ashy elbows...
Jan 24th 2007 5:48PM Oh and one more thing JR. I used South Koreans in my original comment because the post is about South Korea.
Jan 24th 2007 5:44PM HAHAHAHA... Yes, I considered that.... (=
Jan 24th 2007 4:16PM So to make a joking analog to "Joe Consumer" you use "Kim Consumer"? Are South Koreans women? Kim, while a popular name in Korea, is a SURNAME. Maybe you could've gone with an actual given name (I can't even think of an uber popular male Korean name... think Chung something or other). Though I could understand how using correct naming conventions might crap your joke.
Dec 17th 2006 1:45PM Kramer was just going into business to sell the shoes. The guy named Jimmy, who always referred to himself in the third person, was the guy who had the shoes and wore them. Funny, funny stuff....
Nov 15th 2006 12:33PM I don't watch this show (even though I'm a huge Connie Nielsen fan), but I thought it was fairly obvious from the promo that the kissing scene and the reaction from Hartigay were two totally separate scenes.
Oct 29th 2006 2:57PM the problem with studio 60 is that sorkin treats it like the west wing. where the problems within the show are presented as some great problem. (the decline of the taste of this nation notwithstanding).
he is at his best (even during the west wing where he could soapbox all day and have it be great) when (as noted by several outlets, including TVS) he uses the setup as a backdrop to the personal relationships. if studio 60 show within a show as merely the setting for getting these people in the same space (a la sports night) i think it would fare far better.
though i tend to think that compelling drama is compelling drama. if someone has a drug problem, it can be something that everyone can relate to, even if it is a rich hollywood type. and i also think the lack of quality television on broadcast television should be something more people worry about (a kind of canary in the coalmine viewpoint on my part).
Oct 26th 2006 1:09PM jonathan antin, from bravo's blowout.
Oct 22nd 2006 10:20AM trying to win one because who knows when i'll get my hands on a ps3