Because my husband and I can’t banter about health care reform 24 hours a day, sometimes one of us brings up a different topic. Like the Oscars and its aftermath.
For starters, I still can’t believe that Jesse James cheated on Oscar winner Sandra Bullock with an anti-Semitic, tattoo covered stripper. He’s married to SANDRA BULLOCK. Did he realize that? I can only imagine that he forgot during some kind of tat-crazed inebriated state.
I guess it’s dangerous to marry a guy who was formerly wed to a porn star. Thankfully, I don’t have that problem with Rick. Mostly because I’m his first wife. And for the record, I don’t do a lot of porn films.
While mulling over Jesse James’ lack of judgment, it finally dawned on me that Farrah Fawcett was not honored at the Academy Awards. Despite making age defining, inspiring movies like “Logan’s Run,” “Extremities” and “Dr. T and the Women.” Well, you know. The point is – she made some movies.
And she was famous. Really famous. Because my husband is such an movie brainiac, I knew I could commiserate with him.
“Rick, can you believe that Farrah Fawcett was left out of the “In Memoriam” at the Oscars?”
“Yes, I’ve read that some people are upset about that. I, however, am not one of them.”
“Why not? She… she… she… had such great hair.”
“Yes, but she was only in a few movies. She’s a TV actress. Let her be in the Emmy’s dead people thing.”
“I can imagine those words would really comfort her family.”
What is wrong with that guy?
Due to Rick’s lack of sensitivity on very important matters, I’m not even going to broach the subject of the most pressing and troubling issue on “Gossip Girl”… that watching Dan and Vanessa hook up is like watching those brother/sister Olympic ice dancing pairs. Something about it is just so disturbing. I beg the CW to please make it stop.