Pop Culture

March 30, 2004
Times Were Good For Poison, Until Tragedy Struck… premium
Here’s a new rule. If you haven’t had an acrimonious split with your spouse/manager or been through drug rehab at least once, you are not ready for a biopic on VH1’s Behind the Music. It’s just that simple. I know there are a finite amount of aging rockers to profile, but dipping into the younger […]
March 8, 2004
I loves Harpo, Lord knows I do premium
March’s Person Who Really Needs to Re-evaluate Their Career: Cover Editor for O, The Oprah Magazine “Aw hell, put her in leather this month, who gives a crap anymore.”
February 24, 2004
Fried Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwiches premium
Why are we, as Americans, obsessed with dead celebrities? It’s bad enough we fawn over the ones that are alive, but as a culture (giggle), we reserve our highest adoration for the glitteratti who kicked the diamond-encrusted bucket early on. Among the departed set, there is no bigger altar than the bloated, bellicose, sequin-covered shrine […]
February 17, 2004
Top 5 Things I Never Want to Hear on Television…Never…Ever…Again…Forever premium
5. The phrase ‘Nascar Dads’4. Dialouge spoken by Freddie Prinze Jr.3. What Oprah’s favorite things are2. Electability1. Nipple Shield
February 11, 2004
From the makers of Wonderbread comes… premium
…Ryan Seacrest, really, I mean what’s the big deal. I admit, I’m not a regular viewer of American Idol (Not being a 14 year-old-girl hurts me somewhat in this respect), but the snippets I have seen of Ryan in action don’t differentiate him from any of the other Abecrombie & Fitch types who host reality […]
February 6, 2004
The Pleasure Principle premium
Before this past Sunday, did you think there could have been anything, anyone could have done to have made Michael the ‘least talked about Jackson’ in the near future?
February 5, 2004
Top 5 “Golden Oldies” Lyrics premium
5.  Doo wop doo wah. 4.  It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to. 3.  Sha-Bop Sha-Bop. 2.  Hang on Sloopy… Sloopy hang on. 1.  Rama-lama-ding-dong.