Everyone loves Kristen Bell. Whether she’s the uncredited voice on Gossip Girl, being forgotten as Sarah Marshall, an electrified hero on NBC’s Heroes or the crime-solving sleuth known as Veronica Mars. Her ability to be absolutely adorable on screen is only matched by her ability to be the silver tongued protagonist everyone wants on their side.
Rob Thomas, the creator of Veronica Mars, has been pitching a movie version of the cult TV show for a while now. Sadly Warner Bros., who owns Veronica Mars, kept saying no due to the relatively low ratings the show got (ahem, Firefly). However, Warner Bros. said their mind could be changed if Rob Thomas could prove the fan interest was there. Continue reading →
This is a blog post I probably should have written a few weeks ago. As you probably know, Ryan and I have been staying at various hotels across San Francisco for the last few weeks. And while I’d love to say I got a gig writing a San Francisco high-end hotel blog but that isn’t the case.
In fact, the reality is much much less glamorous.
Ryan moved into our San Francisco apartment last August. It’s a fabulous apartment, in the heart of the city, on the edge of the Castro and just a block or so from a metro station. I walk less than a block to my Walgreens and gym, just a few blocks from our grocery store. The location is a dream.
Though it isn’t nearly as large as the condo we have in Columbia, it makes for it in fabulous views, nice accommodations and location, location, location.
A handful of weeks ago Ryan pulled back a pillow from our bed which sits against the bedroom’s back wall. Behind the pillow was quite the site.
Toxic Mold or Jackson Pollock Painting
I’ll leave it to you to decide which it was that was growing/painted on our wall and pillows, but here’s a hint, it’s definitely toxic mold. Continue reading →
Micheal came over today for some Gossip Girl and to have dinner and wine. The idea was Indian and Rieseling but due to the Indian place we like closing a couple of hours early, we were forced to enjoy Bangkok Gardens. Thanks to Micheal for treating me to dinner, it was yum!
We met this awesome girl named BiacaSammySam Samantha who was eating some Thai at the bar. She works for a local company as a receptionist and was just about as cute as a button.
She seemed facinated with Micheal and I, of course she would be haha. Of course, I was probably just as facinated with her. I love meeting really fun and loving people like Samantha. Yay! She actually reminded me of the waitress Ryan and I had last Valentines in Kansas City at the amazing vegetarian restaurant, Eden’s Alley.
Shout out to Samantha!
After picking up the Thai and heading home, we started up the AppleTV and got our Gossip Girl on. I love how we both agreed on every aspect of the show, the good and the bad. We found ourselves making the same comments about outfits and plot point at the same time. Awesome.
I have yoga in the morning with Max and then class and then yoga again and then lunch and then I’m meeting with my photography professor just to chit chat. Looking forward to that, kinda.
So anyways, a really fun night, sorry I missed out on having a drink with you Karen! Next time, I promise! Oh and really looking forward to Saturday.
We have all at one point been obsessed with a reality show, whether it was Real World (back when it was awesome), Survivor or Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire.
Back in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s I really loved watching MTV for two reasons. First, Undressed which pretty much was my first porn though officially it was a…
sexy, late night soap operaUndressed, which gave viewers a peek behind closed doors at the intricacies of modern relationships. Each episode featured three different fictional stories and followed various characters to see what happened during their most intimate moments. No subject was too taboo.
No kidding. They did everything and back then that was a big deal. They took mixed race relationships, gay, lesbian, step siblings… in school, in the dorms, in the bedroom, in the car… they had sex everywhere and it was HOT. I really can’t beleive it was on basic cable. But boy howdy did I love it.
Now we have Gossip Girl, the new MTV Undressed but this time with lots of high style and much better dialog (well, it’s all relative). While Undressed was made to appear like a reality show/soap opera, Gossip Girl is clearly a drama, but it’s got all the sex.
In fact, they are sexing themselves up, actually advertising the fact that many family groups are greatly opposed to their show.
I have to admit, I’m a huge fan of Gossip Girl, it’s so scandalous and sexy, how could you possibly say no?
The other night I was hanging with Ryan at his base watching television and eating some dinner I made for him at home. We turned on the television to see what was on.
Yes… a show where people borrow other people’s babies and kids. It is called a social experiment. So was Dr. Philip Zimbardo‘s Stanford Prison Experiment and I’m sure we all know how that ended… What the hell is wrong with us? Borrowing babies? I mean, come one, this isn’t an opium den in China! Not yet at least.
Even more disturbing, on at the same time on another network, Super Nanny. On this episode, there was a family of five; the oldest daughter was a goth punk girl who swore and screamed evil at her father, the middle child was wheelchair bound and greatly ignored by her father and the youngest was one hell of a bratty little bitch girl who beat the shit out the mom both physically and emotionally. It was one hot mess and of course, put on television for all to see.
Why do people do that kind of shit? Show off how they have been terrible parents, the most important job a parent can have. That’s like having a show called, “Watch Me Suck at Everything I Do”… oh wait, that’ why we have VH1’s Celebreality.
We still have Jerry Springer too. Last night I hung out with Jeremy, we watched Resident Evil (which I give a C-) followed by whatever was on TV at 1:00am. Hillybilly fighting was on… Well at least you can say he’s consistent. WTF is wrong with these people?
Oh yeah, and then we have the hilarity that is true reality television. It is hard to find these diamonds in the rough where someone isn’t putting on an act, when they really are who you see on the screen. Here’s a great example. Don’t worry, it’s ok to laugh, she signed some sort of “I’m a fucking weirdo, jackass, dumbshit or otherwise” agreement.
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Ahhhh, crazy Asian girls and their love for COOOOOOKIEEEEEEESSSS!
This post dedicated to my good friend, Jonathan. One of the best guides to today’s entertainment.