Mar 24th 2011 3:06PM Me TOO!!! I read this and LAUGHED to myself (albeit, SARCASTICALLY). Right-"MEN" take out garbage. Sure, they do, until the woman does it once or twice, then SUDDENLY they DON'T do it anymore. Maybe Taking out the trash is exactly what I SHOULD do
Jan 29th 2010 6:28AM I LOVE Diane! I have always enjoyed her interviews, very good at asking the questions directly and making the interviewee comfortable. She seems to be a genuine person and is not afraid to get a nail broken or God Forbid-have a day without makeup. She's an asset to America because she is a strong woman who can be caring and compassionate and still be strong. WTG Diane!!
Dec 4th 2009 9:36AM I agree Steve-There was no kissing on his act. It was vulgar more than once. AND when someone watches an awards show, there is a matter of Choice that was taken away. IF you WANT to watch Ellen on Oprah-you can, if you are watching an awards show you happen to get stuck watching some vulgar crap from someone with a new career. He is new and DEVELOPING an audience. Not like someone who has proven to be TALENTED and has a large existing fan base. He alienated potential viewers and listeners. AND now an entire NETWORK.
Nov 25th 2009 9:59AM I totally agree with you. I never liked him on Idol-if you did not watch his perfomance and just listened from the other room, you would NOT be impressed. He's not musical, he sang OFF KEY most of the time and he relied on his pushing of the envelope to get the attention of the audience. I would hardly think of any of them being a role model, but an awards show whould NOT have to contain an act that many would find objectionable esp if the singer is singing badly OFF KEY
Nov 24th 2009 3:07PM I do not agree with sticking cameras in a home for the purpose of entertainment when it affects children. Children grow up with enough issues like feeling stupid if they fall in the mall and 10 people see them, but when a camera focuses on every little thing, imagine how that must feel? Think about the most embarrassing thing that ever happened?? NOW, imagine that was caught on film and viewed over and over because your PARENTS wanted to make money? Just not right
Nov 24th 2009 9:24AM The kids only miss it because they have had the camera shoved up their noses since they began crawling. Even children removed from the most abusive families miss the parents, so shall these children miss the cameras. When they are older they will see how that ruined the family. These parents need to focus on getting a real job that does NOT involve sensationalizing their children. It's good that it ended before the pre-teen and teen years so they do not end up with 8 children who end up like Jack and Kelli Osborne. The difference with them is that the parents really CARE about them and love them and could help them through it. I honestly do NOT believe these children matter to Jon OR Kate. They became poker chips and pawns. Unfortunately, now, they are just object to bicker over with their attorneys. Sad
Nov 24th 2009 8:20AM I STILL do not understand WHY he did so well on Idol. The dude can scream, but he cannot sing. If one has to rely on so much controversy and so much drama during a performance, then maybe the problem is NOT with the drama, but with the singers ability to engage the audience with the VOICE. If you do not know what I am talking about, try leaving the ROOM and listen to the off key flat perfomance and see if it's still interesting.
Nov 20th 2009 5:11PM Lost is still on air??? Who watches?
Nov 10th 2009 5:19PM I really liked Eastwick. It's too bad that reality shows and investigations of dead people are the only thing audiences will watch. Eastwick is one of the better shows I have seen on Television in YEARS. Maybe it's because it makes one THINK that is does not get the attention of most of the viewing public.
Oct 10th 2009 11:44PM It's EASY....which ever lane I am NOT IN...is ALWAYS faster!!