No, not for me! But I am off to NYC for a couple of days to go to some business meetings with my husband. And, it just so happens that we are staying in the hotel run by one Mr. Simon Van Kampen of Real Housewives of NYC fame. Add to that a nice dinner for Thursday at Gordon Ramsay’s (Hell’s Kitchen) restaurant (no, not the fancy-schmancy one) and probably a sandwich thrown in from Tom Colicchio’s (Top Chef) shop and I will have had a totally fake/real few days. Keep you posted.
(Yes, I am a dork.)
Oh, and I really just wanted an excuse to post a picture of Chef Ramsay, as I think he’s kinda hot. He may have to go on The List.
What up, TBS? You still messin’ with my Seinfeld and it’s pissing me off. First, you move it to a different time after five years of me watching every day. Now, you move it to yet another time, and – inexplicably – you are running them out of order? Why do I want to tune in to see random episodes? I need to see the progression of the show as God intended – why do you have to fuck with perfection?
PUT THEM BACK IN ORDER BEFORE I LOSE IT.
What is going on with Bravo? It seems that they have caught me up in their bevy of fun programming. First, they got me hooked on Real Housewives of NYC, now it’s Flipping Out. It seems I am a 29 year-old gay person when it comes to my ideal programming demographic. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that!)
Flipping Out follows the daily trials and tribulations of Jeff Lewis, a real estate speculator in Los Angeles, and his calvalcade of employees and subcontractors. I know, sounds kind of boring, right? Not if the main guy is certifiably nuts. He readily admits to having OCD, freaks out at the slightest provocation, goes to scream therapy, hires psychics and mediums to clear houses and make decisions for him, and obsesses over the smallest detail. All this adds up to great television and absolutely gorgeous house renovations. I just love Jeff – he’s like the gay best friend I’ve always wanted.
Do yourself a favor if you haven’t tuned in and check it out. It won’t be hard to find, as Bravo likes to play reruns about 100,000 x a day. Hell, tune in over a weekend and watch the whole season in one sitting! You won’t be sorry.