Movable Type 3.2
July 29, 2010
Morning Coffee (7/29/10)Morning Coffee
Happy Thursday! Maybe this week will finally end after all. The news this morning is all about bears and Chelsea Clinton's wedding. No, really. Both local and national news are covering bear-related stories seemingly nonstop. And for a "secretive" wedding, everyone has a lot of details about the Clinton shenanigans. Oh! Oh! New theory: George Stephanopoulos is on vacation, and I bet it's because he's going to the wedding! That would actually make a lot of sense. Um, now Shaq is singing to Justin Bieber on my TV. It's too early in the morning for this nonsense. Anyway! In real news, an Arizona judge blocked some of the anti-immigration law, thank goodness.
Yesterday was CBS's day at the press tour, and based on the coverage I read, my impressions about their new shows were confirmed: I'll try Hawaii Five-0 and Blue Bloods, maybe look at an episode of The Defenders, and stay far, far away from The Talk, Mike and Molly, and $#*! My Dad Says. Today is the CW (whee!) and . . . FOX, maybe? No, Showtime. (TV still talking about bears. One of them stole a teddy bear. Really.) Oh, and apparently Ed Westwick wore bright red suede boots to a press tour party last night. I want photographic proof, Internet!
I swear I don't read Seventeen on a regular basis or anything, but look! Best High School Boyfriends (from movies and TV). Nate Archibald is number one, really? I mean, he's fine, but . . . I was glad to see Finn Hudson and Dean Forester on the list, but no Logan Echolls? No Stefan Salvatore OR Angel, who were both better vampire boyfriends than Edward Cullen? Sigh.
Did you know that the first online spoiler alert was for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan? Wow.
I don't want to say that Plain Jane sounds like the worst show ever, because I'm sure there's something worse, but boy, does it sound awful.
At this link is a huge Private Practice spoiler about which I am decidedly unenthusiastic.
Starbucks with wine? Sounds good to me. (Thanks for the link, Liz!)
The Washington Post suggests Ian Somerhalder run for Congress. No, I couldn't even type that with a straight face. HEE. (Although, really, not the worst idea ever.)
Hah! It's not just me! The TV Addict has the same issues with names on The Gates and the Sam/Dean thing as I do.Posted by Kat at July 29, 2010 08:00 AM