I watched “Dan in Real Life” starring Steve Carel last night. It was ok. BTW, if you’re putting out a DVD, don’t even bother with “bonus features” unless you’re including a blooper reel. And if you do include a blooper reel, don’t fill it with people bursting out into uncontrollable laughter. At least, give us a clue as to WHY they’re laughing. Doesn’t mean a whole hell of a lot otherwise.
My favorite line from the movie was when Dan’s teenage daughter was angry with him because he wouldn’t allow her to see her boyfriend that she insisted she loved. She said, ‘You are a murderer of love.” A short time later they were having a family talent show, and Dan said, “Put me down (on the list).” His relative said, “What’s your talent?” And he said, “murderer of love.” LOL!
I hate to say this, but the guy who does the “ShamWow” commercial is scary looking. ‘Scary’ as in “fulfilling community service requirements” ….
I’m still waiting for my Memo to Me email reminder telling me the new season of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List has started when I turned on tv yesterday afternoon and found out Kathy is already three shows into the new season. And there are only six to begin with! The great thing about Bravo is that they tend to run the shows over and over. I got to see all three shows Saturday afternoon, so I’m caught up. I was surprised to see that Tom’s brother is a hottie cop from St. Louis. Kathy got a police escort from her St. Louis show. She seriously needs to play that angle up more. I love Kathy but she seriously needs to stop having work on her face. She’s suffering from Joan Rivers syndrome. Her face is tight, but her neck isn’t and that makes her look even older and more unnatural. And I don’t even get it because Kathy is a pretty woman. She doesn’t need at that surgery, but it does seem rather ironic when she makes fun of celebrities with bad plastic surgery. Cyndi Lauper was on Kathy’s Australian show and she looks great.
I was watching an old episode of Family Feud with Richard Dawson today. The question was, “Name an animal that has a three letter name.” The first guy said, “Frog.” The second guy said, “alligator.” Richard Dawson said, “I thought ‘frog’ was bad until you came along with ‘alligator’.” The funny thing is they both gave it some thought before they answered.
I saw an old episode of COPS from Vegas in which two guys beat the snot out of each other. The officer asked the one if he wanted to press charges, and he said, “Hell, no. This is my brother-in-law. We’re family.”