Quick Hitters and Random Thoughts
--Katie Holmes on So You Think You Can Dance?! Ooookay.
--I don't think this took into consideration the amazing debut of Joe Buck Live, but True Blood's season two premiere was the most viewed HBO show since The Sopranos finale. Just a smidge over 157 percent higher than last season's premiere. Hmmm, I wonder which one Anna Paquin showed boobies in.
--Megan Fox likes Rain?! Someone break it to Colbert.
--Obviously there's no need for a Red Dawn remake as the Russkies parachuting into America is by far our nation's biggest concern. However, the remake is on and Adrianne Palicki from Friday Night Lights will play Jennifer Grey's character.
--I didn't need to see Indiana Jones 4 to know I have no desire to see Indiana 5.
--This sums up why I stopped really watching Entourage a few seasons ago.
--HBO could not look any stupider than by banning Artie Lange.
--This year the Phillies have lost 5 games when they had a lead in the 9th or later. Last year they were 92-0 in such situations.
--G4's Olivia Munn in Playboy...not nekkid...point?
Olivia on the...yep, left.
--Another year without the Silver Boot in Houston…really makes you question if life is even worth living.
--Seriously 30 days in jail for DUI manslaughter?! Must be nice to have millions to pay for a mistake that can cost a man his life and a daughter her father. Must be nice.
--I’m shocked, SHOCKED I say, to hear Sammy Sosa used steroids. Whatever those are.
--Good luck with next month’s Women’s U.S. Open NBC with neither Natalie Gulbis or Michelle Wie qualifying. Might as well rerun Game 7 between the Pens and Wings.
--There’s going to be a Ricky Vaughn Bobblehead Night in Cleveland?! Nothing for Cerrano? Dude did go on to become president before being assassinated.
--SLAM came out with its list of Top 50 NBA Players of All-Time. No reason to take it seriously, I mean Shaq at 4 is 9 spots higher on the list than Dream.
--Your Suicide FAIL of the Week comes to us from Mesa, Arizona. 'Twas there that a 27-year-old genius decided to foolproof his ram-the-car-into-a-brick-wall-suicide. A sword tied to a steering wheel by a t-shirt ought to do it. Ummm, no. Genius hit the wall, airbag deployed, pushed sword out of the way, car veered and broke through a fence coming to a comfortable stop in a pool. Of course he got out because he wanted to die on his terms.
--Katie Lee and Billy Joel no more?!
Best Top Chef move ever was Padma in for Katie.
--I'm notoriously bad at following driving directions and I can't see how Homer voicing GPS is gonna help me.
--I'm pretty sure this is going to be required viewing.
Questions, comments or if that concrete median jumped out from nowhere to smack the f out of your car...