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Sir Paul was on David Letterman: Now with “Helter Skelter” Video

After all these years, a live concert and a bad marriage (both of us), I still get all tingly and excited by seeing Paul McCartney. With his dry sense-of-humor, he told Dave that he didn’t come on the show because, “I really don’t like it very much.” Straight poker face. Not a joke and kind of awkward.

Paul never dissapoints. He talked about the Beatles at the Ed Sullivan Theater in 1962, the “Paul is Dead” rumor and Michael jackson buying the Lennon-McCartney song catalog. I was hoping he would say that MJ willed him the songs back but he didn’t. He seemed genuinally hurt that MJ bought those songs. “It’s just business, Paul.” is what Michael told Paul. Karma.

Paul and his band played “Get Back” on top of the marquee of the Ed Sullivan Theater. Pretty cool. People were filling the streets and were thrilled to be seeing a Beatle (without paying). I swear, there was a woman watching who looked like me! Maybe it’s my twin and she was there in spirit. Who know.

I love Sir Paul McCartney and when he passes, I’ll be as sad as those MJ fans. Probably sadder. I’m still not over the fact that John Lennon was murdered.

July 16, 2009 Posted by | Helter Skelter Live on Letterman, Paul McCartney | | Comments Off on Sir Paul was on David Letterman: Now with “Helter Skelter” Video

2009 Emmy Nominations are Announced

Nominees: Outstanding Comedy Series:

Nominees: Outstanding Drama Series

Nominees: Outstanding Made for Television Movie

Coco Chanel (2008) (TV)
Grey Gardens (2009) (TV)
Into the Storm (2009) (TV)
Prayers for Bobby (2009) (TV)
Taking Chance (2009)

Nominees: Outstanding Miniseries

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Nominees: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or movie

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a drama Series

Nominees: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

Nominees: Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series

Nominees: Outstanding Reality Competition Program

Nominees: Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program

Nominees: Outstanding Reality Program

Nominees: Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special

July 16, 2009 Posted by | TV Drama | | Comments Off on 2009 Emmy Nominations are Announced

Criminal Minds: What’s Criminal is How Good Looking the Men Are on this show!!

I have a problem with the cable in my bedroom. I’m only getting the major networks. The cable works fine in the other room but for some reason I can’t watch extended cable in my room and I keep forgetting to call the cable company.

So, tonight I watched “Criminal Minds.” Good show, very well written, compelling story.

But . . . when I look at the serial killer and all I could think is “who is this guy? he’s adorable!,” it is hard to look past this strange gorgeous actor playing a serial killer. I just looked him up and here is his name is Alex O’Loughlin and I guess he did some vampire TV show, “Moonlight.” He was also up for the role of James Bond but lost to Daniel Craig. This guy is good and he’s got “it.

As the show continues, my eyes are attacked by the face and body of Shemar Moore.

Yeah, Im thinking about serial killers when I look at you . . . sure . . . thats all Im thinking about.

Yeah, I'm thinking about serial killers when I look at you . . . sure . . . that's all I'm thinking about.

July 16, 2009 Posted by | Criminal Minds, Hunky Men, TV Drama | | Comments Off on Criminal Minds: What’s Criminal is How Good Looking the Men Are on this show!!