Fat Actress Kirstie Alley says she'll shill for Jenny Craig's weight loss program. Fine. It's well documented that she's a tad... plump. Of course, how effective can she be as a diet product endorser when she's pushing 300 pounds?
We just had to comment so we could post this classic picture of her, clearly taken about 2,700 milkshakes ago. Seriously, are we sure it's the same Kirstie Alley? Have dental records been checked? How about a DNA test?
Our own Irina D is leaping on a soapbox for her 99 Word Review this week. Of course, cries for help from Irina are nothing new, but let's hear her out anyway, shall we?
I am desperate for HBO to renew The Wire. I understand why this show hasn't caught on the way The Sopranos has-- it's incredibly complicated, with dozens of characters and practically no expository dialogue; you can't watch it while folding laundry. But it's that complexity that makes it such an engrossing show. The Wire isn't afraid to throw something at you-- like the death of a pivotal character, or a quick shot of a hard-ass police lieutenant in the background of a gay bar. It's a complicated, fascinating, often tragic, story of Baltimore city streets. HBO, I'm begging you.
Irina D.'s Review: 4 out of 4 test patterns
The Wire airs on HBO (for now). Check your local listings.
Which of the following items about Friends is false?
A) Téa Leoni was the first choice for the part of "Monica", but turned it down.
B) Chandler's middle name is Muriel
C) Ross's middle name is Eustace
D) The drawings on the Magna Doodle in Joey's apartment were done by Matt LeBlanc.
The answer is D- actually, they were done by Paul Shaffer, the Electrical Best Boy.