November 4, 2008

Who knew a night out with these two could be so dangerous?!

Who knew a night out with these two could be so dangerous?!

Obama: It’s probably too late to first have this argument now, but one debate still rages on:  Is Obama benefiting from the Huxtable effect or hurting from the Urkel effect?  If you don’t know what these things refer to, start watching TV Land and/or TBS immediately!

Ken Paves: The stylist to the stars–and Jessica Simpson’s BFF–says he’s “fine” after getting whacked in the head by a paparazzo’s camera during a night out with the singer.  The “accident” required nine stitches!

Jennifer Hudson: A heartbreaking funeral service took place yesterday.  What more is there left to say?

Grey’s Anatomy: It seems Shonda Rhimes is always taking flack for something.  This time its the “de-gaying” of the show with the firing of Brooke Smith, who played a lesbian, and the rewriting of another bisexual character.  Very odd, considering the show’s been relatively gay-friendly in the past.

Monday Night Football: Obama and McCain made (pre-taped) appearances last night.  We’re totally tired of these out-of-character, lets-just-get-some-votes cameos.  Hello election day!

90210: An upcoming storyline will revolve around one of the teens being preggers.  This will mark a purposeful shift to more issue-oriented episodes.  Note that this is exactly what the execs and stars of the new version criticized the original for.  Oh, the hypocrisy!

Steve Fossett: Tests on bones found near the adventurer’s crash site contain his DNA.  Take that, conspiracy theorists!

Heroes: In light of the show’s floundering ratings and the harsh reviews its received from critics this season, two of the producers have left the team.  Some say creative differences, others say they were fired.  At this point, though, word choice is hardly what matters.

SIZZLED OUT: Keith Olbermann

STILL SIZZLING: Will this actor bring an entourage on set with him when he directs a music video for Ne-Yo and The Game?

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