'Mad Men' is a Snooze
Andy Cohen wakes up in the middle of the night only to be put back asleep by this season of "Mad Men.'
What a beautiful day in NYC! The traffic stinks, but at least you can have your windows down in the car. (See how I turn a frown upside down?)
Wondering what you thought of last night's Flipping Out finale. I thought the last shot of Jeff walking down that hill was v. melancholy. Things get really dramatic on that damn reunion next week — that's all I'm sayin'.
I woke up at 3:30 this morning and just couldn't go back to bed. I think I was keyed up because tonight is a new episode of Top Chef and it's "Restaurant Wars"!! You know that any damn thing can happen in Restaurant Wars so just be prepared. That was not the reason I couldn't sleep, by the way. I just wanted to mention that tonight is Restaurant Wars. And I did.
So I was thankful at 3:35 a.m. that I hadn't seen last week's Mad Men and it awaited me in my DVR. Am I allowed to say that that show is like freaking Ambien this season?? I love it and all, but it will make my eyelids heavy in about 20 minutes.
I was fighting my lids this morning, though, and had to turn it off. I watched Oprah with Chris Rock, and now I know to not ask a black lady if she's wearing a weave. I learned. I love Oprah. She tucked me in really sweetly.
And here's a sweet little present for you, some bonus footage I shot with Matthew Broderick answering more of your questions after last week's Watch What Happens Live.