I’ve admitted my predilection (yes, I had to look that up to be sure I spelled it correctly) for mindless television.
Side note: I’ve had several of you ask and the answer is yes, I’m watching DWTS this season. I chose not to blog about it because:
1) It was the saddest bunch of people who were barely stars or who have never been stars that I really wasn’t sure I’d consistently watch.
2) My kids asked me not to.
Why did I choose to listen to them? They rarely listen to me. A post for another day.
But I will now tell you that I’m a fan of Kirstie both for size and age. And I really like Ralph even though I’ve never seen Karate Kid. And I even really liked the wrestler whose name I still can’t remember and was sad to see him leave last week. Chris? Oh, and I really like Hines.
I don’t like the Disney girl and continue to be irritated that her dancing with Mark always has to include a super cute skit. I’m not a big fan of Romeo’s swagger. I really, really don’t like Kendra.
But enough about DWTS.
My real confession is that I love The Apprentice and this season’s “Celebrity Apprentice” might be my new favorite season.
I love to call my mother-in-law and recap the episode and speculate about when Donald Trump would finally fire crazy (like a fox) Gary Busey.
Sue me. The show makes me laugh.
Last night was no different except the last 10 minutes were not shown. Some other very important newsworthy event became much more important than who Mr. Trump was going to fire.
Side note #2: Interrupting regularly scheduled television programming to announce that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. forces was much more riveting TV. I stayed up watching for several hours.
On Monday afternoon I realized I still didn’t know who got fired.
Thank goodness for the internet and NBC online TV. I watched the last 10 minutes but also clicked this link to read a re-cap.
Then I scrolled down to read comments. Because I have nothing else to do. Hey, dinner was in the crockpot and Scary Baby was still in school. Don’t judge.
This comment taken from The Los Angeles Times blog was just priceless and it bumped the Typo Tuesday I had all ready for today into next week. I like to keep them timely. In case any of you watch Celebrity Apprentice.
I’ll refrain from commenting about the comment. Just read it and enjoy it for all the entertainment it provides. I don’t even think you need to watch Celebrity Apprentice to glean some fun from this one…
Side note #3: I am appalled by Star Jones and her condescending attitude. I do applaud NeNe for keeping it real even though I wish she hadn’t done it in front of the client and had saved it for when she met with her team.