I decided that it would be unwise to blog yesterday, it being Rosh Hashanah. I already pushed the envelope by heading directly from my New Year's meal to host "Watch What Happens" on Wednesday night, so why push the envelope with the Lord. The Lord, after all, is One.
The post-Rosh meal "Watch What Happens" was nonetheless enjoyable because we had all 6'8" of CJ Jacobson in the house with Lia Bardeen, who was looking lovely. Watch the show HERE, because it got fairly racy... several viewers commented that they would like to see real relationship grow between CJ and Padma. I am IN for that show, by the way.
We had Josie Smith-Malave tell her horrible tale on the phone. How is it possible, in this day and age, that someone can get beaten up for being gay? Nobody wants to hear it from me, but when you have a government that incites fear and hatred of gay people it ain't great.
It's election-time, so I am sure the Karl Rove's of '08 will be pulling out the anti-gay stuff for all to get riled up about and then it all trickles down to sweet Top Chefs getting punched in parking lots. And that's all I am saying. I gotta take a Wide Stance every once in a while.
When I got home from the web show, I watched the Season Premiere of "Oprah" featuring David Letterman. Wow. Talk about two people that don't get each other and just should not be in the same orbit. Oy. Oprah was pretending to belly laugh at his humor and he was trying to relax and the audience is so on her side that they kind of get jittery if they sense that she is jittery and it was the most uncomfortable thing I've seen since Brit's MTV performance.
Actually, it was worse. Did anyone see it and disagree? At least now he's done the show and he doesn't have to again...