I hate to “beat a dead horse,” “jump on the bandwagon,” or harp on a point ad nauseam, but I can’t help myself. Charlie Sheen is the subject of yet another lawsuit; at least this one is a little more cut and dry (to me anyway). This clearly self important woman, Ursula Auburn, has decided the character of “Rose” on the CBS show Two and a Half Men is based on her life and obsession with Charlie. If you have ever seen this show, the idea that someone would admit to or be proud of that fact is a little on the frightening side. Generally speaking, if someone hypothetically created a caricature of you that was a little psyho, slightly obsessed and a hair cooky would you really file a lawsuit to make sure the whole world knew about it? Wait, never mind, I think I just answered my own question.
Since I am on the subject of self important psycho’s, did anyone see ET tonight? They had an interview (which is actually a three part series) with Amy Fisher…err…Liz. I am all for forgiveness and the like and if Mary Jo can let it go, who am I to cast stones? But this has nothing to do with her Long Island Lolita days and everything to do with the fact that she is on TV telling me she is trying to put this whole ugly part of her life behind her. She changed her name, had plastic surgery, got married and had a couple of kids. I applaud her effort, but I question her thinking on remaining anonymous. Doesn’t going on national television and revealing your new look and name kind of defeat the purpose? She says people are already harassing her son in preschool. This is despicable, but I don’t think it is going to get any better now that she brought up the whole ugly situation again. Also, on Monday’s very special episode she confronts the upstanding hot dog vendor, Joey Buttafuoco. Can you say exploitation?
On a totally selfish note, I recently discovered former Baywatch babe, Erika Eleniak, got fat. I don’t know why this makes me happy, but I always liked her and truthfully it makes me feel better knowing she is going to be on Celebrity Fit Club. There is something comforting about a pin-up girl going chunky; it just makes me feel better about myself. Now if only there was a Fit Club for regular girlls where you could eat whatever you want and do little or no exercise. Ah well, a girl can dream.
I have to say, I mentioned the other day Britney Spears was/might be pregnant again. Many “news” organizations have picked up on the story, but all of them have quoted the US Weekly story I referenced. Britney has neither confirmed nor denied the story. The longer this goes with no new sources, the less I believe the validity of the story. In other news, Heather Locklear is apparently backing up my story on Denise Richards and her seriously bad judgment call.
For those of you who watch NBC’s The Office and have long desired to own your own Dwight bobble head, your wait is over. You can pre-order here: http://www.nbcuniversalstore.com/detail.php?p=8368
Well, I guess that is it for tonight, so until next time…Cheers!
P.S. How damn funny was Earl tonight? Even severed toes made me laugh. Oh yeah and I owe Carol an apology. I ruined the big Veronica reveal for her with my big mouth. Damn non-spoiler spoilers. I will save you all the gushing I have over the episode and the impending finale, but I do have to quote and old favorite and a fellow poster over at eonline.com, “We were on a BREAK!” Who knew Ross’ classically annoying mantra would come in handy for LoVe. If you too want to relive the glory, you can get your very own shirt here, but you have to hurry, it is now or never at TWoP.