Love Monkey, Scrubs, American Idol

American Idol

Okay, this is the 5th season. By now we all know there are a lot of bad singers in America who think they can sing, but they really, really can’t. We learned that in the first 4 season’s and now I am OVER it. The only change to this season is that Simon is meaner – if that is possible. And why is Randy Jackson still fat? Didn’t he have that lap band surgery 2 season’s ago? Everyone that I know that has had that surgery has lost most of their weight within the first year and some of them were way fatter than Randy Jackson. If I was on the #1 show in America and making millions I would have a personal trainer and a nutrionists and I would look like a Greek God. The show was still mildly entertaining and so I watched it – until Scrubs came on.


Still the best show on Television. Last night’s episodes had me laughing out loud so many times that I thought I was going to get a hernia. 2 NEW episodes aired last night back-to-back. It was as if God himself desired for me to be blissfully happy and he forced the networks to run two episodes just for me. Zach Braff, John C. McGinley, Donald Faison, and Sarah Chalke have the best on-screen chemistry. I love these characters so much that I want to hang out with them, I want to share in their pain, I want to eat lunch with them, and do laundry with them, and I want to be their best friend. I know it’s pathetic, but hey, you watch 24 and CSI and I don’t make fun of you and your crazy crush on Jack Baur.

Love Monkey

This is a new show with the same dude that starred in “Ed”. Jason Priestly is one of the co-stars and it looks to me like he is a little chubby… did anyone else think that? Maybe he just has one of those necks that makes you look fat even when you aren’t. Thank God I don’t have one of those necks, I would be getting a chin tuck so fast it would make your head spin.

The show was pretty good. I like the fact that it came on at 9 because of often there is nothing good on TV from 9-10. I don’t think it was great. It seemed really long, but I think it has a lot of potential.

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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