According to celebrity gossipers, Gwyneth Paltrow has been seen drinking alcohol recently even though she is pregnant with her second child. Let’s all get in a tizzy over this like we did when Britney drove with her baby on her lap. Tizzy-time. Da Nanana Nana Nana. Tizzy time! (yea, to the tune of Hammer Time.)
Seriously, drinking 2 or 3 glasses of wine is so not ok while pregnant. What an imbecile! And she should know better than to do anything like this in public. Uh.
I have the “stay-at-home-mom” title, I have the house in the ‘burbs, I routinely have play-dates, I own 3 strollers and 4 car-seats, and I even have a van. Finally, I have the last thing needed to be truly crowned a soccer mom: a kid actually in soccer. Max’s first game is on Saturday. Wish him fun!
Brian constantly walks around the house with his hands clasped behind his back, which accentuates his belly, making him look like a stodgy old history professor lecturing on something very boring. It is the cutest thing ever!
It’s interesting to read the various reactions about Big Love, especially from LDS members. Some believe that polygamy will be re-instituted on earth at some point and others don’t, some think there will be polygamy in the next life and others don’t. Honestly, there is much I don’t know about how things will shake out. Someone posted this philosophy, “The Mormon perspective, at least, tends to be, ‘Eh, we’ll work out the details in the next life.’ ” at TWoP. I laughed when I read that but that is kinda how I feel. Except that I am absolutely positive that whatever happens will be my choice; I won’t be forced into anything. So, either way, the thought doesn’t bother me at all.
Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat, who played George Michael and Maeby Fünke on Arrested Development, are going to be in TONIGHT’s episode of Veronica Mars. Woohoo! That’s Veronica Mars, Wednesday UPN at 9pm EST.
Kevin and I gave season 1 of AD to his dad as a gift. I am not sure he got it, but it is a wicked funny show!
ETA- Apparently, some jerk-off decided to play an April’s Fools Joke early and sent out a fake press release that VM was cancelled. THIS IS NOT TRUE, it has not been cancelled. The guy should have just prank-called the zoo like every other self-respecting April’s Foolser.
There was another event last night, open only to people who blog about Veronica Mars.
Once again, I wasn’t on the list.
Whatever. The peeps-in-charge obviously don’t know how cool I am and how utterly dedicated to the pimping of the show I have become. Oh, um, yea… I might not have been invited because there is no email link on this blog! (I still love you anyway, Kev!)
The thing last night was an online press conference where the bloggin’ posers (ahem, coughsojealouscough) got to ask questions to Rob Thomas, the creator of VM, and Jason Dohring, one of the stars. Doesn’t that sound cool?
But whatever. I am still cool too, dammit, even without UPN validation!
The big “news” to come from last night is that Rob Thomas is thinking about switching from one season-long mystery to three smaller mysteries that have a seven or eight episode arc. (This would be to eliminate the mid-season slow-down that occurred this year with the bus-crash mystery.) And he wants our thoughts on this subject! Which is kinda scary, but kinda cool. If he wants to take advantage of a free focus group, more power to him!
Did you know, Veronica Mars is moving to Tuesdays, starting April 11. Still on the UPN, still on at 9pm! I think UPN will still be re-airing the epsiode two more times over the week: Wednesday and either Saturday or Sunday, depending on your local affiliate. So, CHECK IT OUT!
Sometimes I have such wonderful Max and/or Brian moments that I think everyone needs a little Max or Brian in his life. And then I understand why they invented cloning.
I found this blog after lurking at TWoP: Author Cynthia Eden is VM crazy too! An excerpt from her: The characters are absolutely amazing. The plot twists often leave me suprised … Apparently, I’m not the only one drawn to watch the blond’s exploits. Recently, in teasers for the show, a nice voice-over said something along the lines of : Stephen King can’t take his eyes off her. Ohhhh…I’m in company with Stephen King…how utterly fabulous.
In addition to the characters, I love the show because of the amazing plots. No, there’s no petty teen drama. Murders occur. Buses are sabotaged, babies are kidnapped, and, sometimes, Veronica gets locked in freezers…But no matter what happens, the show is geared to generate maximum suspense. Each week, the show ends in such a manner that I’m left desperate to know what will happen next time. Can you say awesome ending hook?
If you haven’t checked this show out, I would highly recommend it (um…in case you didn’t get that from my gushing post!).
The season premiere of The Sopranos was on a couple of weeks ago. By now everyone has had the opportunity to see it, right? The most telling of the where-are-they-now bits was the quick scene of Meadow dancing in her underwear in front of the tv. Yea, that relationship isn’t going to last at all. I love how the show portrayed Meadow and Finn’s bad relationship in just 10 seconds.
PS- Can you tell I am bored while Kevin is away?
My husband comes home today- wheeeeeeeeee! But he is coming home sick. And I am sick too. That is how in sync we are with each other.