Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Keith, my condolences

I have a big mouth. I was complaining about how Keith Olbermann has been taking days off and therefore, I don't feel like watching Countdown. Well, last night, I found out why ... his mother died ... so Keith, sorry man, sorry for your loss ... your tribute was sweet, your mom was a tough broad ... I guess we can blame her right? Again, sorry.

I watched Sex and the City for it's entire run and loved it. The movie was horrendous! Or maybe it was just a mistake to make it. I watched a half an hour and was bored with it. It was just a rehash of everything and it was boring. I felt bad at first, but every character was annoying. All of them were extra whiney, gee, I wish I had it as bad as them, please! It's one of those things that should have been left alone. I liked how the series ended, but watching that half hour of the movie really made me question why I watched it in the first place. Maybe it's because I'm older. I don't know ... I just hated the movie.

Watched this show called Monsters. I had no idea this show existed. Seems to be a Twilight Zone type show. I saw an episode from 1990 that starred Steve Buscemi, of all people. He looked so young ... seemed to be an actor needing a job at that point. It was an incredibly STUPID story about a guy in a motel (Buscemi) and him getting involved with a woman who is trying to get away from her husband who is a pig ... a real pig ... I mean an oinker pig ... the lady playing the wife was HORRIBLE. Laughingly horrible! I bet everytime Buscemi sees this movie, he cringes and wishes it would never see the light of day.

I've seen all the new patients for this season of In Treatment. John Mahoney is magnificent as a CEO who has panic attacks, a sweet little boy who doesn't understand why his mom and dad are getting a divorce and his weekly sessions with his mentor, Gina.

And I have 3 episodes of Corner Gas to catch up with ...

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