This may sound nerdy, but I spent a great deal of the early hours of Saturday morning playing weboggle (which is exactly what it sounds like: Boggle on the web). All you do is go here, put your name in the box, then start playing against a bunch of other people. There aren’t a lot of fancy graphics and you don’t get to kill anything, but once you start, I guarantee you’ll find yourself saying, "Just one more game and I’ll stop" about a hundred times.
I’m watching Grey’s Anatomy and my Tivo just caught up to real time, so instead of watching those commercials (shudder), I decided to write something about McSteamy’s beard. It’s horrible.
I just saw the end. No, George, nooooooo!
HEADLINE: Mascot Mayhem: Tree Suspended, Alcohol Cited (you have to read this one) (The Stanford Daily)
NATURAL DISASTER: Michael Jackson’s Katrina Song Said Ready (Breitbart)
THE ‘BITING THE HAND THAT FEEDS YOU’ AWARD: NBC is forcing YouTube to remove Lazy Sunday from its site (TechDirt)
THE ‘YOUR 15 MINUTES ARE ALREADY UP’ WAKE-UP CALL: Kristin Cavallari’s Get This Party Started has been cancelled after 2 weeks (The Futon Critic)
MORE PROOF THAT WE LOVE YOU, JOHNNY WEIR: This video (YouTube)
You spent all day working, we spent all day sucking all the juicy bits out of the pop culture orange:
Have a great weekend!
And you thought Star Wars couldn’t get any gayer. I kind of hope that this will be the last Brokeback parody… but you know what… something tells me it won’t be.
In Paris, ABC’s Bachelor Travis Stork is a handsome, sensitive, debonair gentleman.
But at McSwirley’s Pub, he’s just T-bone.
Check out all the pictures of Bachelor Travis Stork getting wasted with his bras at A Socialite Life.
NBC spent $613 million to get beaten in the ratings by a CSI, Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, and, especially, American Idol. (Perhaps the Olympics would get better ratings if they used amateurs again?) Almost twice as many people watched AI as they did the Olympics on Wednesday when only 17.9 million people tuned in to see what was up at the Turin, I mean Torino, Games. 31.2 million saw AI, 27.4 million saw CSI, 25.4 million saw Grey’s, and 23.5 saw Desperate Housewives. In other words, all the other major networks seem to have had the Best Week Ever! But don’t worry, NBC still kicked PAX’s butts.