First, the NY Times profiles this week’s HBO special about Rosie and her Big Boat of Gay, then the NY Daily News serves up this report of O’Donnell addressing the unnatural weight loss of fellow fatty Star Jones, the NY Metro does a big profile piece on Rosie and her freak flag, and of course she continues to blog/write weird haikus.
Is Rosie O’Donnell really having the Best Week Ever? Or is NY just having the worst?
Brian Cox, the well respected actor who’s appeared in such movies as Rushmore and Braveheart dropped by The Tony Danza Show this morning to deliver a very special package. And since he was wearing a kilt, he was able to get to it pretty easily. What I’m trying to say is, Brian Cox lifted up his kilt and showed the world his manhood on The Tony Danza Show today. I guess since it’s already been cancelled, Tony & crew just don’t give a f**k anymore. Play on playa. [WARNING: The video contains man-junk. However, it’s a famous person’s man-junk, so no one will judge you for watching it.]
If you caught the premiere episodes of Tori Spelling’s new comback, So NoTORIous, you may have noticed the "reality-based sitcom" had more than a few recognizable characters.
In the show’s second episode, Tori, joins a hollywood cult-religion call "Whole" that’s eager to welcome celebrities into it’s fold. But it’s main celebrity representive is an actor named Mark Berry who sports a midlife crisis jacket, a short stature and a beard (and not the kind that grows on your face).
The character of Berry is a closeted gay man who loves his faux girlfriend but loves hooking up with other guys in the "Whole" sauna even more. Since it is a show based on reality, we assume Berry is inspired by some spiritually-obessesed, vertically-challenged, sexually-perplexed Hollywood celebrity, but we just can’t place our finger on who…
You probably don’t remember HBO’s Hardcore TV from the early 90’s, but thanks to the miracle of the Internet, you can check out their long-lost sketch that pre-dated the recent "mash-up" trend by about 13 years: Raging Bullwinkle!
(some language NSFW)
In 2004, Avril Lavigne and Hilary Duff were engaged in a gossip-generated feud. While the two had never met in person, they exchanged blows via press interviews.
Hilary said Avril needs to appreciate her fans more and Avril called Duff a mama’s girl.
But when the pair finally hung out this past weekend, two years after the feud, instead of swapping insults–the former rivals swapped hair-color. Too bad for their matching pop-punk boyfriends they didn’t swap anything else.
KFed works hard for his money. A wacky DJ in Dallas challenged Kevin to a dance off on that Dance Revolution game that the teenage kids at the mall seem to love. You have to watch the video if you want to see Kevin work for a paycheck for the first time EVER. I think he has a future in competitive video game dancing. Maybe he should quit his non-existant day job and get on that.
I don’t know if anyone’s been checking out the official McDonald’s website lately (and really, why would you?), but it would seem that unhealthy, processed, barely-edible food is not just for white people anymore!
Judging from the primary navigation on the left hand side of the "fun new website" (click the image on right to see for yourself), the Golden Arches goodness can now be easily enjoyed by the following people:
Homeless and/or Alcoholic
The Morbidly Obese
Mexican Grafitti Artists
Hippies (and Spanish-Speaking Hippies)
Asians Who Will Admit To It
And worst of all, Bloggers
Also, don’t forget to click through their downright bizarre "Premium Coffee" promo. Apparently their Ad Wizards are now getting as high as the people who eat there.
Even in a skirt, Tony’s all man.
How ya’ doing with your NCAA tournament pool? Yeah, same here (thanks a lot George Mason). Well, if you didn’t predict Florida and UCLA going at it tonight, or if you could care less about Florida and UCLA going at it tonight, do I have the tournament for you.
Band Madness. 512 bands going head to head, NCAA tournament style. You vote for the better band, the more popular one moves on. The best thing about it? One, you can listen to the artists, two, that annoying dude by the watercooler isn’t going to ask you stupid questions about who you picked and why, and three, you’re not going to lose $20 after you pick all the wrong guys. It’s pretty genius, actually. Take that, sports fans. [Play it here]