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I am genuinely at a loss this week ... I'm digging deep for something to say in this blog, but regrettably, I come up empty-handed. So, I decided to throw my regular structure (or lack thereof) to the wind and will use this public forum to give some MAD props to the following people in this week's episode. Please note that these folks are in no particular order. Wait, Gregg Butler is at the top for a reason ... he's super-fly. Mr Gregg Butler. Stellar performer. Stellar musician. Stellar man. I am the president of his fan club, so get in line behind me! HUMONGO FAN, G.B.!!! I love you, family!
Jackie's mom. Her full-on social discomfort = great entertainment from the couch in my living room. Maybe not so entertaining from their house in the Hills at the time, but it looked good from here. Maybe a little too good. Hee-hee. Props to the stars that were aligned that caused the family visits to coincide. With the meeting of the moms, for a moment I thought I was watching the new gay Bachelorette! Wrong network! My bad!
Dr. Shirley, for having such perfect hair throughout the seasons. That's right, Dr. Shirley, I'm giving you love even though you used some psychobabble earlier this season and referred to me as an "energy vampire." Say what? Aren't they a metal band? Who knew you were into that? Rock on Dr. Shirley, and here's some positive energy for you: Great hair, lady!
Natalie, for taking the heat off Deenie this week. It is a tough job, but someone had to do it and Natalie took one for the team! Way to puke and get it done, girl! Balls to the wall!! I love it!!
And last, but NEVER least...Bravo, for the great preview into next week's HELL ON EARTH that was the production of Jackie's DVD. I guarantee that took years off of my life and added gray hairs to my head. Sometimes I wake up at night and find myself shadowboxing, or I dream that I am surrounded by life size photos of Jackie, am wearing her new clothing line, and laughing at her not-so-funny jokes, wait a minute, that is a day in the life at Sky Sport! Just kidding ... a little!
Anyway, I am damaged for life from that video. You will all see for yourselves next week! Until then, thank you all for the comments! To the lovers and the haters (I'm looking at you, "Anonymous" ... ha!), thank you for the feedback! Edgar Watson Howe said, "The most destructive criticism is indifference." With that said, I appreciate all of you that read our blogs (who am I kidding -- I only care if you read mine!) and that you might even take the time to comment!
Hugs and kisses!