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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Van Jones on "Real Time with Bill Maher"

By Alan Smithee

Former Obama administration Green Czar Van Jones appears on "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO on Friday, June 4, 2010. Maher has been quoting Jones saying he was right to call Republicans "assholes" and reprimanding President Obama for allowing Jones to resign due to coverage by Glenn Beck.

Well whom do you identify with: Maher or Beck? Maher is liberal and hates God, kids and marriage. Beck is a conservative and loves God, kids and marriage. Okay. So that's a short list. Regardless, it should be a good show.

Although Van said he 'loves' Glenn Beck, I don't believe him. Just know that Beck will be watching Maher's show and will surely utilize statements made on the show against Jones. And I bet that President Obama just can't wait to be drawn back into this feud. Is Maher instigating?
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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Paul McCartney Gets Honored by The White House

By Holly Wood

The White House is honoring Paul McCartney in the East Room on June 2. Artists performing McCartney's songs in tribute include: Wonder, Faith Hill, the Jonas Brothers, Dave Grohl, Jack White, Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris, Herbie Hancock and Corinne Bailey Rae. Comedian/Sitcom Star Jerry Seinfeld will also add his unique commentary.

The program will be taped by WETA as part of the "In Performance at the White House" series and is scheduled to air on PBS stations nationwide on July 28.
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Monday, May 24, 2010

Big Bang Theory Brings In Mate For Sheldon: We Like

By Susie Centsativ

The finale of "The Big Bang Theory" was awesome. Stomach hurting funny. Raj (Kunal Nayyar) and Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) use a computer dating service to find a 'perfect' mate for Sheldon. After Wolowitz fails to convince Sheldon to go on the blind date, Raj convinces him by threatening that he hid a dirty soiled sock somewhere in Sheldon's apartment (Sheldon dirty sock phobia).

Needless to say, Sheldon meets Amy, "Blossom's" Mayim Bialik, and she IS perfect for him. Amy is really a female Sheldon. Their banter is perfect and she clearly gets Sheldon's attention right away. The dynamic between them is so explosive that it reminds me of when Mork of "Mork and Mindy" first showed up on "Happy Days" and completely upstaged The Fonz. She does not so much upstage Sheldon though as complement him. This could be very good. I cannot WAIT for next season. My second favorite show right now ["Entourage" is first] just got better.
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Friday, May 07, 2010

Christina Aguilera Out Gagas Lady Gaga

By Environment Man

I have officially placed Christina at the top of the rock goddess pile. She is more talented and works harder than any of the other female rock/pop divas. Her "Not Myself Tonight" (Official Clean Version) out Gagas Lady Gaga. She did the same thing to Britney Spears. No contest in the singing department but she outdanced and outmarried and outkissed with Madonna Britney. Janet? Sorry. Singing, dancing and talk about nasty. Janet's never been nearly as nasty as Christina. There are even some Gwen Stefani chops in that video. Watch out Gwen. Christina has your number too.

Watch out Lady Gaga. Christina outdoes you on her video (even with the help of Beyonce on "Telephone.") Christina is more concise and more precise. She takes gaga to another level. From the brilliant coloring to the 'in your face' costuming to the singer and the song, she trumps you. What next? Piano? I was pining for a duet with Lady Gaga, but now I want to jam with Christina.
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