Movable Type 3.2
July 30, 2010
Morning Coffee (7/30/10)Morning Coffee
Good morning! It's finally Friday! Amazing! Between people being inexplicably and unusually difficult at work all week, and it being the last day before vacation, and the day before my birthday, I just don't have it in me to write much this morning. So you're in for a day of stuff like movie trailers and cute kittens. Sorry. In other news, it was under 60 outside when I got up, and I can't even tell you how happy I am about that.
GSteph is still absent from GMA, so I definitely think he's at the wedding. I don't think they've even mentioned the wedding yet today, which is shocking. The bear news continues, though, and they tried to make us think they were going to kill the cubs of the bear that killed people, but the bear expert was all "Yeah, no. They'll go live in a zoo." They're showing lots of commercial's for Amanpour's This Week debut, and making me think I might actually have to watch. Oh, now they're talking about Chelsea's wedding again. In case you were concerned.
Yesterday at the TCA press tour: Showtime and the CW. Showtime had panels for a bunch of new shows that made me wish I got Showtime, and the CW, which already owns my soul, had panels for Hellcats and Nikita, and I continue to be moderately excited about both. They also had a Gossip Girl panel, which seemed like a somewhat random choice, but I will not complain about any event that produces pictures of Ed Westwick. Up today is NBC Universal, so that's NBC, USA, SyFy, MSNBC, and BRAVO.
You know I think you should read every word that Gail Collins publishes, but sometimes I feel the need to point out something specific. Like this column on presidential children. Good stuff.
Here's some spoilery How I Met Your Mother news that's supposed to reassure those of us who were disappointed with season five.
I lost the link, but Oprah is reportedly giving the Duchess of York her own show, and I thought you should know.
This piece about movies about famous composers is very interesting and right on. And I definitely want to see Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky.Posted by Kat at July 30, 2010 08:00 AM