Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Al Sharpton Added to Our Monday Lineup!

It seems Monday has taken over as having the most Must-See TV. The Closer, Rizzoli and Isles, A-List: New York, Bachelor Pad and now...Al Sharpton on MSNBC's Politics Nation. Once TG finds out about this, you might hear a squeal in the Chelsea area of Manhattan. He loves Al and especially commends him on his weight loss. He's so cuddly now.

In--ahem--sadder news, Paris Hilton's reality show The World According to Paris has been canceled. Face it, Kim K. has taken over.

The Will Smith/Jada drama continues with who-knows-what gossip. TMZ reports that the marriage is in trouble. That Will allegedly walked in on Jada and Hawthorne co-star Marc Anthony and left in tears. I hope this is false but thirteen years is a great run in Hollywood! Drama aside: I do think Marc Anthony is a good actor, judging from the Hawthorne promos. Such interesting timing with his split with J.Lo. But would you choose Marc over Will?

Watching The Kennedys, the one with Katie Holmes and Greg Kinnear. It is intensely boring. Don't go beyond the first episode. No wonder why no big network wanted it.

Ben Flajnik is the new Bachelor. Bleh. He seems too normal. Will skip.

Dish is getting tickets to Duran Duran at MSG tomorrow and also sent mortifying high school term paper to their management company. All in a day's work. So embarrassing. We are off to Montreal tomorrow for Honeymoon Part Deux. Let's hope Irene doesn't screw it all up.

4 comments:

J.J. said...

I Loved "The Kennedy's"!! You have to get past the first episode!!!! Katie & Greg are great in it; I watched the entire thing!!!!

Dish Upon a Star said...

Okay! I'll keep watching. Thanks, JJ. I wanted to like it and maybe now I will. Thought Greg and Kate were good so far but the story was so draggy. I might name my first-born Tom Wilkinson.

HersheyKiss said...

SideKick and I couldn't make it past episode 1. That was a big time Suck Fest! We wish Dish a most bon voyage to the north!

Anonymous said...

It's Thursday--where is Dish?