Archive for Bristol Palin

May 20, 2009

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We never get tired of this family!

We never get tired of this family!

DWTS: Okay, so we admit we haven’t  been following this season that closely.  But we’re still surprised by who won.  Shawn Johnson?  Really?

PEOPLE: And the disappointment continues now that PEOPLE put Bristol Palin and baby on the cover of their new issue. So unnecessary.

Upfronts: Okay, all the news of pick-ups and cancellations is just getting to be too much.  We can’t keep track anymore!  Who wants to make us a handy chart?

MTV Movie Awards: Including exclusive clips from New Moon, the Transformers sequel and the next Harry Potter flick should definitely drive up ratings.  Maybe they’re better off with just a two-hour long clipfest?

The Cosby Show: Absolutely cannot get enough of all the 25th anniversary goodness!

SIZZLED OUT: Huffington Post

STILL SIZZLING: We’d say the cancellation of this show is like Everwood all over again but we didn’t actually watch it.  Guess that was part of its problem, eh?

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March 12, 2009

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Would you pay to read this online?

Would you pay to read this online?

Chris Brown: Though Nickelodeon backed his nomination, Chris Brown has voluntarily removed himself from consideration in the Kids Choice Awards.  Voluntarily or secretly forced to?  Public (and private) pressure can be a very powerful thing.

PEOPLE: Its website, along with that of TIME, could go subscription-only in the relatively near future.  Readership would probably plummet, though, as you can get practically same information on a ton of other sites.  Would it be as accurate?  Probably not.  Sigh.

Patrick Swayze: Sad that as he tries to move forward with his life, the actor has to keep debunking rumors that he’s near death.  Tabloid “journalism” at its worst.

Mandy Moore: That was a quick engagement! Less than a month after confirming their plans to wed, Moore and Ryan Adams tied the knot.  That’s some carpe diem for ya!

MTV: Forget reality TV.  The one-time music network is ushering in a new style: the scripted comedy.  Can’t see any of the proposed shows lasting, though.

Bristol Palin: Multiple sources are reporting that Sarah Palin’s eldest daughter and her babydaddy have split.  Sad, but it didn’t have a good chance of lasting anyway.  Sure the media will a field day with it, though.

SIZZLED OUT: Paul McCartney

STILL SIZZLING: These two musically-inclined friends will go on Larry King Live tonight to recount their near-death experience.

October 30, 2008

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Our chances of working for one of these mags are disappearing by the day.

Our chances of working for one of these mags are disappearing by the day. Sigh.

Tina Fey: Is Bristol Palin her newest babysitter?  The offer has been made by Mrs. Palin.  Fey’s response: “I was like, yeah, that’s exactly what 17-year-old Bristol Palin wants to do, at ‘SNL,’ is babysit the toddler of the lady that goofs on her mom.”  We’re just wondering if Bristol will even want to babysit her own toddler.

Redemption Song: American Idol for boozies, strippers and cons.  We kid you not.  Gotta love Fuse.

Obama: Pundits across America are weighing in on last night’s last-ditch effort by Obama to secure American’s vote.  But what about all the people that already voted through absemtee and early ballots?  Lost causes?

Phillies: MLB champs.  Notice how we didn’t say World Series champs.  Semantics, really, but how can you win a world championship when the whole world doesn’t have the opportunity to play?  The MLB is only in America, folks!

Jennifer Hudson: As expected, all the entertainment/gossip mags have Hudson-focused covers.  Curious to see how they sell and which one does the best.

Time Inc.: Laying off up to 600 staffers in the coming weeks.  Now how will we ever get a job there?!

TiVo: Got TiVo?  Now you got Netflix, too.  The two have married.  Applause all around.  Except for us.  We still don’t have TiVo.  Or Netflix.

SIZZLED OUT: Melrose Place

STILL SIZZLING: Which actor has walked the line for the final time?  He’s retiring at age 34!

October 28, 2008

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Not safe for USA Today

Bristol Palin and the Babydaddy: Not safe for USA Today

PopCardz: Want to keep Ashley Tisdale in your pocket?  You can with these new trading cards featuring random celebs with even more random facts about them.  The new pogs?

Stacy Peterson: Today marks the one year “anniversary” of her disappearance.  We bet it feels like forever to her family.  So sad.

Guitar Hero: What’s funnier: Top athletes like A-Rod and Michael Phelps in boxers and pink shorts?  Or top athletes like A-Rod and Michael Phelps rocking out Risky Business style?  How about both?

Prison Break: They’ve mastered breaking out but not securing their stuff!  A couple of the actors’ trailers were robbed last week, costing them thousands of dollars.

Gossip Girl: We didn’t see last night’s ep yet but some people are actually questioning whether there are romantic plans in the works for Serena and Blair–with each other!  Thankfully, you can expect nothing of the sort.

Ex-List: Serves us right for never getting around to watching the show.  Despite its intriguing plot, it’s been sacked.

Reuters: The second media company this month to have a “white powder” scare.  Again, it was a false alarm but better safe than sorry.

USA Today: Decided at the last minute not to publish an ad promoting teen pregnancy awareness.  Sponsored by the Candies Foundation, the PSA included pics of Jamie-Lynn Spears and Bristol Palin.  Most interesting: the New York Times did publish it.  USA Today’s mistake?  Or NYT’s?

SIZZLED OUT: Hayden Panettiere

STILL SIZZLING: Which up-and-coming actor might be kicked out of his zip code if he keeps making gay jokes?  At least he’s taken to his own blog to apologize.