Thursday, April 19, 2007


Charlie questions whether Desmond has had another "flash" foreshadowing his death when coaxed into joining a trek across the jungle, and jealousy motivates Kate to turn to an unsuspecting Sawyer. BRILLIANT EPISODE, just ask my father-in-law, he's a huge fan and researches message boards to get the inside scoop. So, who was hanging from the tree and do you think the person changed because Desmond altered the course of events? Hmmmmmm. LOVE IT

Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Can't wait for tonight. I love the love triangles that are unfolding back at camp--and the fact that Sawyer buried two people alive. Do you think that will raise the eyebrows of the others and they'll have it in for Sawyer?

Monday, April 9, 2007


Desperate gratuitous use of bras and panties to pull the audience in. I'm pretty sure every female cast member, and one man for good measure, got down to their skivies last night. Desperate.

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

The Bachelor!

I can't even begin to tell you how happy I was to see the crazy girl from Lawrence, Kansas go home. Omigosh! Talk about debunking the myth that Midwest girls were nice and wholesome! The bachelor was alright looking, kind of reminds me of an emaciated Zach Morris from Saved by the Bell, but he seems like a nice guy and I love the fact that he was nerdy enough to like the Star Spangled Banner solo, so weird.

It's going to be a good season!

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

American Idol

"American Idol" might not exactly qualify as art, but it sure does a good job of imitating life. In a world of hanging chads and voting machines, it was only a matter of time before the television juggernaut endured its first voting manipulation controversy. There are rumblings that this season's edition of "American Idol" is being gamed in favor of 16-year-old contestant Sanjaya Malakar. No one is saying the show's producers are using the butcher's thumb in favor of the modestly talented Malakar (watch him perform here) -- in fact, he's received only lukewarm praise from Randy, Paula and Simon -- but the idea has been floated that a subversive campaign led by Howard Stern and block voting from Indian call centers are reasons why this less than stellar contestant has been able to keep making the cut.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Grey's Anatomy

Shonda is apparently running out of ideas, because she shoves inappropriate sexual relationships down our throats twice in one episode. First, we discover that Cristina had a long-term thing going on with one of her med school professors -- and he just happens to be a candidate for Chief of Surgery. And then at the end of the episode, George and Izzie have drunken sex. Yes, that's right, George and Izzie. In other news, Derek performs a risky but ultimately successful surgery on a friend, Crush undergoes a risky but ultimately successful surgery on her eye, and we learn that Callie is rich. Super rich. But anything good is outweighed by the bad and very wrong sex.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007


It's Claire's day on Flashback Island and boy is it a doozy! Not only do we find out that she put her mother in a coma and that she is Jack's half-sister (oh Jesus, no!), but we find out that she had BLACK HAIR. Oh my god! How did she ever get the dye out? The mysteries on this show never end.

Aside from all the shocking revelations, a flock of migratory birds give Claire hopes for rescue. Desmond blunders around some more trying to save Charlie from Certain Doom, not realizing Charlie has figured out that facing Certain Doom is an even bigger turn-on for the chicks then being a washed-up rock star. Chuck, Sawyer could have told you that three weeks ago.

Meanwhile, Kate, Sayid, Locke, and Rousseau continue their trek to rescue Jack at The Barracks. On the way they pepper their Other prisoner with questions, hoping he will forget that he hates them long enough to reveal a few answers. Since the prisoner is not a complete idiot and this show is what it is, most of his answers are more questions, but many of his questions hint at answers, and many of the hints seem to implicate Locke. Wait, I forget what the question was. Whatever it was, it seems that the answer is definitely Locke. If Locke is who he says he is or what he says he's not or doesn't know what they think he knows. Or something like that.
And in case you were wondering how Sawyer would manage to survive an entire week without a single nickname? By burying his head in Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead for the entire episode! What will happen next on this wacky island?