Friday, May 14, 2010


My guy Jakey will be on Jonathan Ross tonight on BBC America along with Adam Lambert. If you have never seen Jonathan Ross, you're in for a treat. He's a married, straight guy in his 40's, his "band" is 4 very gay guys and a piano, he has an interactive style and he's not afraid to go there.

Here's Adam's new single, If I Had You, a great song to drive to, which he performed live on Oprah a few months ago.


Kelly posted this video over at Rambling Along in Life and I couldn't agree with him more. HBO and Lady GaGa need to get together and use this to promote True blood. I guess they should include the video's creator too. A gay match made in heaven.

And because this is such a sexy, hot video, here's Lady GaGa's Teeth.


I've heard great reviews of this film and can't wait to see it.

Thursday, May 13, 2010


In the latest in a series of promotional posters for the hit vampire drama True Blood, HBO is hinting at things — namely werewolves — to come. Joe Manganiello has signed on to play werewolf Alcide Herveaux, a season 3 love interest for Anna Paquin‘s Sookie Stackhouse. In the books by Charlaine Harris that the show is based on, Alcide helps Sookie search for her beloved vampire beau Bill Compton (played by Stephen Moyer), who went missing at the end of season 2. Sookie isn’t the only one getting a love interest. Southland star Kevin Alejandro is joining the cast as well to play Jesus, who will catch the eye of Lafayette, Bon Temps flashy short-order cook. Could he be another wolf in sheep’s clothing?

This poster may give us a taste of what the werewolves on True Blood will look like (in wolf form, we’ve already seen what they look like in man form) but a new promo video, also released this week, gives us a real peek at what they will look like.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


I couldn't find any pics online and I don't know how to take screen caps or if that was  even possible so I had to take pics of the paused Youtube video off of my computer. I think they turned out pretty good. Eureka starts its fourth season Friday, July 9th at 9pm est.

Monday, May 10, 2010


So I'm watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Logo as I do most nights and a question burns into my mind for not the first time. The episode is "Bargaining," the one where Willow and Tara bring Buffy back from the dead after she defeated Glory. Why isn't a new slayer called? When Buffy died the first time, Kendra was called and then when Kendra died Faith was called. At first I thought it might be because Buffy had died once already but in the final episodes where they are battling The First, they repeatedly say that the potentials won't be called until Buffy dies. So did I miss the explanation? Can you fill me in? Your thoughts?


For some reason and without warning, one of my favorite blogs closed shop -- AGAIN -- hip n edgy and before that famous like me. If you know why or where he has gone, I'd appreciate knowing. Until then, I have decided to do my own version of one of my favorite weekly posts of his -- MUG SHOT MONDAY. My version will be somewhat different and will hopefully improve.


Could this be SJP?

Where's the bowl's mugshot?

Did she get that swirl at Carvel?

Fluffy? Is that you?


I know, I know. All commercials are marketing campaigns but this one really annoys me. I tried to find a video to post but couldn't. What bothers me so much is not the marketing of a drug but the statement they make in it. "It could be a condition know as Low T." What bullshit. It's low testosterone. Low T is what a bunch of people sitting around a table came up with for this marketing campaign."We can't call it 'your balls stopped working,' and 'We can't be truthful. Who would go the doctor and ask about low testosterone?'"

That's all I have. If you think your balls may not be working as well as they should, here's the 411 on low testosterone:

What is Low T?
Typically, a man's testosterone level is considered low
if it's below 300 ng/dL. Low T can be caused by a signaling problem that occurs between the brain and the testicles that causes the production of testosterone to drop below normal. The brain may also signal the testicles to cut testosterone production if it feels the body has too much testosterone. Low T also can occur when your testicles can't make normal levels of testosterone. Low T is a medical condition that can lead to fatigue or low energy, decreased sexual function, and depressed mood.

Low T affects more than 13 million men in the U.S. over the age of 45. Even though it's natural for men to lose testosterone as they age, the medical condition hypogonadism (hî-põ-gõ-na-dizm), also known as Low T, is not a natural part of aging. Typically, there is no cure for Low T. It is a medical condition that may require ongoing treatment.

The good news is, Low T can be easily diagnosed by your doctor with a simple blood test and treated with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to bring your T levels back to normal.

Sunday, May 9, 2010


So how'd you like it?

I thought it was really good but not great. The opening monologue was brilliant, the NPR skit was my favorite and I even thought the MacGruber bits were funny. I will say that I didn't find a single skit worthy of cringing or hitting the ff button. Most times I'm lucky to watch 25% of the show.

I do question all the gay jokes - although I'd still do Will Forte even in that outfit and mustache. Also, I think they needed to use a bigger font on Betty's (it seems strange for me to call her Betty) teleprompter/cue cards. I was distracting to see her lean in and squint but I won't hold it against her.


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