Thursday, March 10, 2005

"Backstreet's Back, Awwwwwight"!! (And so are we, baby!)

Wow - Clubber and I have been taking an extended hiatus and apologize. Those wild clubs in Ibiza kept us busy.

Speaking of having TOO much fun, lookie what we have here?

It's the Backstreet Boys own Nick Carter, who doesn't look at all his macho self.

He got pulled over and charged with a DUI last'd never see Justin Timberlake doing something like this......

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Different can be good!

Well, to those few that actually read this thing, I was bored today and changed the look of the COUCH....I just need to figure out how to get our links back on the side there, I haven't had the time to sort through the code that BLOGGER gives you to change it.....Oh well! It was just time for a change, looking at that sick orange banner at the top for too long.......

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Maybe this will be a trend.... seems as if they finally started to realize that there were too many shitty reality TV shows on nowadays.....

CBS pulls 'The Will' -- after one airing

Show was lowest-rated in network's lineup

NEW YORK (AP) -- CBS lost "The Will" after just one night.

This reality series, which logged a minuscule 4.2 million viewers on its premiere airing Saturday, has been axed by CBS, the network confirmed Wednesday. Despite heavy promotion, "The Will" ranked 79th place in viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making it CBS' lowest-ranked show of the week. (The week's most-watched show, CBS' "CSI," drew almost 29 million viewers.)

A rerun of CBS' Sunday crime drama "Cold Case" will plug the hole this Saturday, the network said.

A reality show whose 10 participants vied to be sole heir to the fortune of a 73-year-old rancher, "The Will" thus joins a handful of other one-shot blunders in TV history.

The most recent was "South of Sunset," a CBS detective drama with former Eagles rocker Glenn Frey, which debuted October 27, 1993, then was never seen again. With a 6.1 rating, that show attracted what was deemed the smallest audience ever for a series premiere on any major network.

For the sake of comparison, "The Will" got a 2.9 rating.

Monday, January 03, 2005

As the kids get back to school after the holidays......

Geez! It's been a while since either Clubber or I posted anything on this blog that only the two of us read...........we're lonely in this big cyber-space thing.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Why the fuck did you try to sneak a jelly doughnut in your foot locker, Private Pyle?

Vincent D'Onofrio can't seem to stop fainting

I want, I want Charles in charge of uh, Ginger?

30-year old America's favorite oldest daughter and eventual Baywatch lifeguard Nicole Eggert tapped to be one of the two Gingers on TBS's previously unnecessary, but now mildly intriguing new realtiy show, The Real Gilligan's Island.

Oh, and supposedly Gilligan gets some this time around.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

It's okay to love your students, just don't LOVE them!

Meet Senorita Walker. The 33-year-old Chicago high school teacher is facing felony charges for allegedly paying three teenage boys for sex and plying them with pot and booze. According to cops, Walker initially met one of the boys, aged 15, at the school where she worked, and met the two other victims, both 16, through the student. Walker, who allegedly paid the trio about $5000 for their services, was charged with three counts of criminal sexual abuse and jailed in lieu of $300,000 bail. Walker's encounters with the teenagers occurred earlier this year in her South Side home and at a hotel in nearby Rockford. Walker, the mother of a five-year-old boy, has been suspended with pay from her post as a special-education teacher at Robeson High School.

Are you shitting me? She paid the kids AND got them drunk and high? Root.

Also, Rockford is NOWHERE "nearby" the south side of Chicago........

Thursday, November 04, 2004

You Aren't What You Eat

Man tries to convert lions to Christianity with expected results