Too bad nothing, NOTHING, excites me so far. Not even the return, again, of Jason Priestley.
Posts for March 7th 2005
Martha reaches out to her fans upon her return from jail. I'm sure when she writes that she hopes to share her recent experiences and learnings that it will be in some tell all book she will make millions from. Apparently she has come home with more of a softer side - looking forward to seeing more of Martha, especially on her version of the Apprentice. Happy Thoughts
There is only one magazine that I eagerly wait with great anticipation every month to find out who is going to be on the cover. Some celebrities would give away their first born at the chance to be on this cover. SO what is Graydon thinking? Apparently he is blaming the beautiful men for lack of newsstand sales, but come on. You can do better than this. Who is going to support your political beliefs you rant about in your editors letter when you start smuttin up the magazine cover with models in bathing suits?
This week will include the worldwide debut of the Stars Wars III trailer and songs from Beck's new album
but we still love it...again. Thanks to February sweeps the old OC is back and better than ever. That Kim Delany story is over and Sandy came back like a good boy on the bus.
Most importantly, there is a new Joey Potter in a much cooler town. Rachel Bilson's character, the sassy Summer, is much more fun to watch this year....and who did not cheer when the show had the super cheesy reenactment of the Superman kiss - for some reason it just makes so much sense here. I have been waiting all season for the writing to return to last years level and it finally has - thanks FOX.
NBC has combined three heavy weights together to find the next big boxer. With Sly, Sugar Ray and Mark Barnett you would think this is destined to be a winner.
The reason it may work - it's not all about the boxing - thank God because who would really wants to watch that each week? The show will include a soap opera look at the families so we get attached to each character and their personal lives. We'll see tonight on NBC
I can hardly wait for the official third issue of Radar since it went on hiatus last summer. Last years Monsters Inc and B-List Nation cover articles were wildly entertaining. It proves the point that the only reason Paris should ever be on a cover is if she is the image of the fake celebrity lifestyle she helped define.