themightybee: (k.grif - team griffin)
What you need to be watching tonight on Bravo:

9:00 pm EDT - Kathy Griffin's newest special, She'll Cut A Bitch
10:00 pm EDT - Bravo's A-List Awards, hosting by Kathy and featuring this:


themightybee: (rev road - not a victory march)


I easily punched the arm of my couch into submission. It was all I could do not to wake the entire neighborhood. ROSE + JACK = 4EVERRRR!!1!

I'm not normally that invested in award shows. I watch to see my favorite people (and in the cases of Jenna Fischer and Tina Fey, their boobies!) and facepalm at the awkward scripted banter, but I felt an unexplainable rush when Kate Winslet won her TWO Golden Globes. I just love her so much. ♥_♥

eta: Why I used "wardrobes" instead of "award shows" is beyond me.
themightybee: (mad men - miss jane if you're nasty)
The entire cast of Mad Men needs to do me. They are seriously the hottest cast in television.
themightybee: (JKras - Moving Picture Star)
It's official. I have thicker thighs than John Krasinski. Goddamn, boy. Eat a burger!

Also, I'm in the midst of downloading the first season of Gossip Girl. I blame every single one of you. Whether you love it or hate it, your non-stop chatter has got me all, "MUST HAVE OPINION." Don't worry, though. All the peer pressure in the world won't get me to read Twilight. I'd rather give my vag a root canal.

OMG modern lit final at 4. *pees*
themightybee: (xmas - halpert elf)
01. On an unusually warm, rainy morning, I get into my car, turn on the radio and hear "Sleigh Bells."

...the fuck?!

I'm not complaining. I've spent the last week and a half stuffing my iPod like a Thanksgiving turkey with songs of holiday cheer. Still, I doubt the majority of Rhode Island is as hopelessly in love with the holidays as I am right now. We've been in a recession longer than most of the country, our unemployment rate for September was 8.8% - the highest in the country! - and the governor wants to do away with our state income tax. Christmastime is bringing NO ONE joy. So, 101.5 FM, bring me back my golden oldies, please, before you give someone road rage and my car's back bumper pays the price.

02. I'm excited for The Office tonight. I'm even more excited to see my personal deity, Oprah, on 30 Rock. I'm triple-word-score excited over the news that George Clooney is returning to ER. It's been too, too long since I've seen the man in scrubs. OH LORDY GODDAMN. *falls over*

03. My President-Elect is fucking awesome. My VP-Elect is a total VPOTUSILF. Politics just got 100% more dirrty.
themightybee: (The Office - YEEEEEAH!)
I don't care if this is considered spoileresque information. SOMETHING LIKE THIS IS TOO GRAND TO BE LEFT BEHIND AN LJ-CUT.

Exclusive: '30 Rock' Goes 'Mad' for Jon Hamm

Warning: This next story may make you pee your pants.

TV's best comedy and drama are about to collide in the most spectacular of ways.

Sources confirm to me exclusively that Mad Men star Jon Hamm is in advanced talks to do a multi-episode arc on 30 Rock.

Cross your legs -- there's more!

I'm told Hamm, who presumably got bit by the 30 Rock bug last week while hosting Saturday Night Live, would be playing a potential love interest for Tina Fey. Word is he's Liz's neighbor.

Although Hamm's deal isn't done, my Rock-solid mole assures me that it's happening.

Okay, go make your business now.

OMFGSTFU.*falls over*
themightybee: (TDS - Man Hug Reunion)

Great Emmy winner, or greatest Emmy winner?

That, Tina Fey's 400 billion wins and Mad Men's series win were my favorite moments last night. Oh, and Josh Groban's theme song medley. That was a total mind fuck.

I know there are a few people who will disagree with me, but I loved the near constant digs at McCain, Palin and Bush. Liberal Hollywood FTW. Tommy Smothers is my new grandpa crush.

On the shallow front, Jenna and Angela were both wearing green, my favorite color. I'm choosing to believe it's because they love me best. Yep.

ETA - From this post @ [ profile] ontd_political:

Colbert got a little more pointed backstage in the media tent. Asked which actor he would cast as Republican presidential candidate John McCain, Colbert said, "[Don] Rickles, obviously, would be good. And maybe me for Sarah Palin, because I also have absolutely no business being vice president."

themightybee: (30 Rock - Bad Reception)
There's a new episode of Mad Men tonight, 10 pm on AMC. For those of you who have been looking to check it out, now's your chance!

Also, my Colbert Report Emmy submission DVD arrived yesterday. It plays like a collection of my favorite episodes. I love it.
themightybee: (Heroes - Nathan Is A Very Pretty Man)
I'm five episodes into Mad Men, and it's already hard for me to not lick my monitor anytime Don Draper appears. You could slice deli meats with his jaw line, HOLY SHIT. He and Nathan Petrelli need to get together and do dirty, naked things to each other.

themightybee: (Default)
"Boy to the World" remains one of the saddest hours in Ally McBeal history. As perfect an episode as it is, with its flawless blend of ridiculous humor and heartbreaking reality, it still hurts to watch. Wilson Cruz was amazing.

So, yeah. I'm getting my Ally McBeal on. I'm in love all over again. I miss having an on-screen female oddity to relate to. Liz Lemon is a superb facsimile, for sure, but Ally had an extra dash of absurdity that I grabbed hold of and loved. She's the original hot mess, and it sucks that she now only exists in overpriced import boxed sets. And torrents.

Also, the chemistry between Ally and John, both as co-workers and meant-to-be oddball couple, still warms me. Skipper and The Biscuit = ♥


This was supposed to be a potpourri post, but I was clearly overtaken by my renewed love for this show.

themightybee: (KGriff - Suck It Jesus!)
We're officially 12 minutes into Emmy Nominations Day! I'm going to bed with my fingers crossed for all my favorites because I plan on being sound asleep when the nominations are read at 8:30, lol.

Honestly, I'm making this post for the sole purpose of using this icon. Success! \o/

Edit - Dr. Horrible: Act II - WATCH IT!

the paper.

May. 28th, 2008 04:46 pm
themightybee: (Default)

I love this show!

I usually steer clear of anything and everything related to teenage drama because I just. don't. care about their problems. But, because this is a documentary-styled show, it's focused on real teens with real problems. And, yeah, it's kind of obvious that the director's off-camera prodding at people to start dialog to further the plot and continue the conflict, but no reality-based show is truly based on reality, and anyone who still doesn't believe that needs a reality check. (See what I did there?)

Anyway, it follows the editing staff of Cypress Bay High School's newspaper, The Circuit. The drama flows like a burst pipe, but it's totally believable. I'm so sad that there were only 8 episodes; withdrawal arrived fast. I couldn't find the last two episodes available for streaming anywhere, so I actually bought them off of iTunes, which I never do. And now I'm seeing that they were both available at - goodbye, precious four dollars.

Then I went to find a community so I could freak out over this awesome, awesome show with some folks and there's NO COMMUNITY FOR THE SHOW! I found that to be completely unacceptable, so I made one:

[ profile] thepaper_tv

Watch the show! You can stream all the episodes here (if you live in the US, anyway. I'm not sure of MTV's policy on foreign streaming). Or, if you have Cable On Demand, you can watch episodes 1-6 (thus far) there. Just go to FreeZone > Cable TV Showcase > MTV.


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