Last night, while “watching” TV with the Noodle, I zoned out for a little bit and had a surprisingly emotional daydream (I guess I am just saying “here is something I spent a lot of time imagining in great detail”) in which Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan came back together, somehow crossed paths, and had a real-life Mrs. Norbury & Cady Heron moment. Like, don’t you think if Tina could channel her inner Norbury, she might be the person to finally help Lindsay out? Just imagine having Tina Fey as your mom for a second. Ok, got it? Then imagine having Dina Lohan. Yeah, exactly. It just, it felt so good to see them together (this is still all happening in my mind during House Hunters International, mind you) and to feel some sort of hope for the future in that moment. Cady detoured, sure, but really that was nothing but a brief foray into bad girl (or, I guess, mean girl) territory. In the end, straightening her out didn’t require much effort, and I only wish it were that simple.
And yeah, I know LiLo is responsible for her own choices and I’m not even like a huge fan or anything. But keep in mind that while I’m watching television I’m also, every now and then, watching Happy Feet 2 commercials and getting very sad about Brittany Murphy and I just don’t want to watch another girl die again, okay?
Fucking Mel Gibson has Robert Downey Junior getting his back, so can we help a young lady out please?
This man is a douchebag. My god was it really that cold in NYC on Saturday? If I promise to think he’s “cool” will he dial it down a couple notches?
I don’t want to think about how much time he probably spends putting that kind of outfit together only to look like a total slob.
I don’t understand the Justin Theroux outfit hate. I have seen maybe one picture that made me laugh and think “oh that is kind of a funny style,” but that’s as outraged as I’ve gotten. J-Roux (just made that up, thankyouverymuch) is wearing one shirt, one pair of pants, one jacket, one pair of boots, and one decorative scarf. I wore the same number of clothing items today, yesterday, and probably a couple of days last week. That’s not crazy! He has one more clothing item on his person than does his female companion it seems. Otherwise, they look the same, color palette and all. What is the big deal? What do we want from him?
Got a little worked up over that one. Weird.
Color inspirations for this Friday’s hair appointment. Drew was the O.G. muse, but I’m not ready to go quite that far. Hence, the more toned-down options.
Note: I’m not proud that Ashlee Simpson is in there.
We all know Elizabeth Moss for her emmy nominated role as Peggy Olson on AMC’s Mad Men, but did you know that in 1993 she appeared as baby Louise in a made-for-TV movie of the musical Gypsy starring Bette Midler?
OMG YES! And she was the burn-herself-victim from Girl, Interrupted. Never forget.
Hike? Really? In those shoes, I’m going to go with walk, or maybe even stroll.
Not that I’m going to nit-pick the way Eva Mendes handles this relationship. Why would any sane person do that?
So now you know where my priorities are at.
Truth: I seriously contemplated joining the Us Weekly Celebrity Fantasy League. I could win prizes.
So okay, I don’t want to be a traitor to my generation or anything, but…I don’t get the deal with Jason Sudeikis. I guess he is attractive in the way that a grown man who looks like a chubby little boy is attractive, but I have yet to see him nail any role that’s not “Cringeworthy Asshole” (an entirely different animal from “Lovable Asshole”, let’s be real), and I just can’t get excited about that. To be fair, I haven’t given him much of a chance (to be fair to me, there is not much to go on), and this bias I hold could be entirely becuase I have to pin the Hall Pass hate on someone other than my beloved Owen Wilson. Don’t worry, nobody involved in that infuriating piece of sexist garbage is entirely blameless (and I am looking at you Pam Beasley), but if you had to stop and think for a moment “Is there one actor who, at some point, should have said to themselves ‘This is awful. I shouldn’t let these words come out of mouth and into the world. I am promoting the most outdated gender roles and propagating unfounded discrimination*’?”, that person is Jason Sudeikis. But he’s so used to being that guy that he probably didn’t even notice.
And yes, this is just my way of coming to terms with the fact that I will probably see Horrible Bosses and I will probably hate him the whole time.
*All for founded discrimination, I think.
Don’t know if this is backwards-offensive but I definitely always chose to believe that Bobby Cannavale (who, lets’ be honest, is also Babely Cannavale) is a homosexual man. In my defense, this is based less on Will & Grace and more on Six Feet Under.
I just realized that Peter Dinklage (often) bears a striking resemblance to Mac or, sure, Rob McElhenney if you want to be ‘real’ about it. The thing is that I’ve always repped Charlie as the boner-maker on It’s Always Sunny, and now I’m very confused. I wish I could take this realization back. I wish I could make this feeling go away.