Pat Ferrucci, the Register’s entertainment editor, tackles the toughest subject in life: entertainment. To him, entertainment can mean anything from music to film, from sports to television or from mundane happenings to orange juice.
i am indeed going to this movie this weekend, since i am, pretty much, completely typical. and i'm going with a gaggle of girls. and afterwards, we'll all have cosmopolitans and analyze how (dis)similar we are to the characters. we'll also analyze our real life situations compared to those in the movie. i know that sounds like a dream come true for most guys. wanna come?! i was considering watching the Grammy's, but i think i'm just going to read your play by play instead.
OK, so...1) Of COURSE Robert Plant and Alison Kraus will win. The Grammy's have SO little to do with rewarding great albums. The show is only noteworthy to watch and see who will have some sort of onstage meltdown. Maybe Etta James will go after Beyonce with a two by four.2) No thumbs up? It's...it's...it's like HBO without Bob Costas. 3) The latest edition of Amazing Race premiering next weekend will feature a team of midget stuntmen. I know, I know...you don't watch this anymore. But I just like saying "midget stuntmen."4) What's with the Phil Spector-like echo on the videos? Are you filming them in one of Al Queada's caves?
Always looking for ways to bring you some music-related chuckles. Here you go.I was drinking a beer while watching this live, and some actually (painfully) came out my nose.http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/video/clips/update-bjork/999102/Hoping you survived that viewing without having a demon take your face...
Oh Lord...Chris Brown...tsk, tsk.John Mayer...two MORE trophies?Stevie Wonder and...the Jonas Brothers?Robert and Alison win Album of the Year.Check for a cloaked horseman coming soon to an apocalypse near you...P.S. -I wouldn't hold it against you if your entire Grammy recap column on Friday consisted of one word:Zzzzzzzz.....They have become so inconsequential that they ought to run them on VH1.
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