After last week's "shocking" elimination of David Hasselhoff (and remember: They didn't tell us who was also in the bottom 2), all bets were off tonight. It was like a fresh start for everyone. Some made the most of it. Some? Not so much.
This week's episode starts with all the boys moving in together. This makes Andy very happy, since he's been "alone in a room with Michael C. for a while now", and he's really glad to have people around that he "trusts". Seriously. I liked Andy in the beginning, but in his own super-subtle way, he is the cattiest one of all!! Andy, honey, I can assure you: Michael doesn't trust you either. (I guess I don't have to call him Michael C. now, since Michael D. is gone, so he'll be just Michael from now on.)
The universe is a complex and mysterious place. Sometimes, like when I'm sitting at a red light waiting for it to turn green, I like to ponder it all. You know, those questions that seem like there is no easy answer. Things like:Why is it that when I'm in a hurry I hit every single red light?orWhy does my cell phone quit ringing the instant I fish it out of my p...more
"I do not think 'Jackie O.'s style' means what you think it means."
This week the designers had what should have been a fairly straightforward challenge, and came up empty-handed. Perhaps after weeks of having to act excited about calling people like Kristin Bell and Selma Blair "style icons" they just didn't know what to do with a real one, namely: Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
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When it comes to polygamy or men with multiple wives, you can put me down solidly on the side of thinking: WTF!? My feminist hackles rise, my righteous indignation flares and I start to spout off about religions created by men, run by men, that promote men presiding over multiple women, keeping those women in degradation and oppression.
And I bet I'm the ONLY one to pull out that bon mot, right?
Last week, Michael C. shocked the world, or at least his fellow Project Runway designers, by winning his second challenge. Even designers who don't make a full-time job out of being nasty seem to find Michael fair game. Instead of a lightning rod, he's a nasty rod. Which sounds really dirty. I'm sorry.
So when Michael C. says that "None of them were happy" when he won, and that it hurt, I had to wonder: Was he surprised?
Teen Mom, Sister Wives, the Real Housewives, the Roloffs, the Duggars, the Kardashians and let's not forget Jon and/or Kate and The 8: Reality show families are hotter than Movie Stars. It's true: CNN says so.