Saturday, September 15, 2007

The 1st Annual Round-Up of The 59th Annual Emmy Awards


I’d like to think that I don’t do much for humanity. No wait, that didn’t come out right.

I’d like to think that even though I don’t do much for humanity, there are still some ways in which I may act as a contributing member of society. Which is why every year for the past year, I have given to you the most comprehensive commentary on a small selection of Emmy Award categories. As a citizen, it is important to me that you don’t get too wrapped up in society. You need to embrace escapism. And it is my job to ensure that as few victims as possible watch “Two and a Half Men.”

So print this article out, and when you sit down with your friends to watch the Emmy Awards this Sunday night you can wow them with witty observations like, “I can’t believe 30 Rock didn’t win! These voters wouldn’t know funny if it sodomized them with gardening shears.” Hopefully you don’t still live with your parents or with children above the age of five.

On to the awards.

Note: I don’t cover miniseries because I hate them. But here’s the strange part – I don’t hate them because they’re bad, I hate them because they have the unfulfilled potential to be great (which is also what my dad used to tell me before bed). Seriously, how come more networks can’t put together a solid miniseries? I’m sure it has something to do with ad revenue (doesn’t everything), but you’re telling me that the next overly ambitious drama series about a string of kidnappings that somehow ties into global warming that crosses some exec’s desk couldn’t be pulled off in a blow-your-loadesque miniseries instead of a drawn-out, boring, cancelled-after-three-episodes series? (See: “The Nine.”)

Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series

Desperate Housewives • ABC
Entourage • HBO
30 Rock • NBC
Ugly Betty • ABC
Weeds • Showtime

Should win: Hmm, and we start out with a tough one. Not! “30 Rock” is the clear winner here. Not one person seems out of place in their cast, meanwhile the entire Desperate Housewives cast seems hopelessly awkward. What they should be desperate for is a man’s attention. They’re not getting any younger.

Will win: I’m guessing there is some sort of sabermetrics system used to judge these things because common sense would be too simple. And in this system, the quirkiness factor for “Ugly Betty” is off the chart. I mean, they’re a different nationality, but they speak English! Give them an award!

Did win: “Ugly Betty” My first win is unsatisfying due to the racial motivation of my pick.

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series

Brothers & Sisters • ABC
Friday Night Lights • NBC
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC
Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip • NBC
The Tudors • Showtime

Should win: I don’t really like “Grey’s Anatomy” because it makes me feel like a woman on her period, but I have to admit they were doing a great job on their casting right up until Sandra Oh. I can’t put my finger on exactly what it is about her that bothers me, but that’s only because I can’t get close enough to her to put my finger on her face. Likewise, I loved “Studio 60,” but Sarah Paulson (Harriet Hayes) was painful. How’s a person supposed to root for love when it’s so unattractive? In a pinch, I’ll give “Studio 60” the edge for the brilliant Bradley Whitford.

Will win: “Grey’s Anatomy” won the award last year (hello, research) and I fail to see how a show can win two years in a row. It’s not like they recast the entire show. You’re going to give them an award for not changing anything? For being complacent? So I’m going with “Friday Night Lights.” Everyone loves high school girls kids.

Did win: "Friday Night Lights" This one feels good. Just like high school gir . . . kidding!

Outstanding Choreography

Dancing With The Stars • Episode 303A • ABC • Louis van Amstel, Choreographer
So You Think You Can Dance • Ramalama (Bang Bang) • Fox •
Wade Robson, Choreographer
So You Think You Can Dance • Calling You • Fox •
Mia Michaels, Choreographer
Tony Bennett: An American Classic • NBC •
Rob Marshall, ChoreographerJohn DeLuca, Choreographer

Should win: Have I mentioned yet that I am a huge SYTYCD fan? (That’s “So You Think You Can Dance” to anyone who isn’t cool.) I’ll be happy if either Mia Michaels’s piece or Wade Robson’s piece wins. I’ll also be happy if my little sister’s friends don’t start referring to me as “Catherine’s gay brother.”

Will win: I can’t imagine either “Dancing With The Stars” or “Tony Bennett” (reminder: It’s 2007) winning. So if I had to choose between the two SYTYCD numbers, I would have to go with Mia Michaels’s. If I ever married a deaf girl, I would learn to dance like that to show her how much I loved her. Oh god, I actually made myself barf. I can’t believe I did that. It’s all over my desk now.

Did win: "So You Think You Can Dance: Ramalama (Bang Bang)" "So You Think You Can Dance: Calling You" "Tony Bennett: An American Classic" Apparently all three won? I don’t know how that works but I’m giving it to myself.

Outstanding Commercial

Animals - American Express
Battle - Cingular
Happiness Factory - Coca Cola
Jar - GE
Pinball - Pepsi
Singing Cowboy - Truth
Snowball - Travelers

Should win: I thought it would be fun to choose this category without having any idea what they were talking about. Isn’t it a little presumptuous that the public would know the titles of commercials? “Battle – Cingular”? Oh, is that the one where the cell phone service cuts out at the worst possible time? I know that one, it’s so original! You know what would be a good one? If a pretty girl is on the phone with her boyfriend and an intruder in her home creeps up behind her and she has only a split second to scream before he gags her. And as she unleashes a blood curdling plea for help, her cell phone service cuts out. (Cut to scene of boyfriend: “Hello? Katie? Was it something I said?” Cut to scene of girl: Intruder on top of her, taking off his pants.) NOW who’s signing up for Cingular?

Will win: “Singing Cowboy.” Because those Truth ads make me want to quit smoking and I don’t even smoke.

Did win: "Animals – American Express" FUCKING HORSESHIT. My perfect game is ruined. And I’m cutting up my American Express card.

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Series

Dancing With The Stars • Episode 303 • ABC
Deadwood • A Constant Throb • HBO
Desperate Housewives • It Takes Two • ABC

Rome • De Patre Vostro (About Your Father) • HBO
Ugly Betty • I’m Coming Out • ABC

Should win: Say what you want about “Deadwood’s” impenetrable dialogue and its moody, oppressive tone, those fuckers had awesome hair.

Will win: Rome. (I know, it was a shocker to me too until I JUST WROTE IT!)

Did win: "Rome" Back on track with a true upset. Do you know how much hair styling is used to make Betty that ugly?

Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Miniseries, Movie Or A Special

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation • Living Legend • CBS
Grey’s Anatomy • My Favorite Mistake • ABC
House • Que Sera Sera • Fox
MADtv • Episode 1203 • Fox
Nip/Tuck • Conor McNamara • FX

Should win: Finally, a category I can sink my teeth into. Get it? Like biting a prosthetic limb? Because you think it’s a real limb? Like wax fruit? No? Oh. Well, “Nip/Tuck” has to win here. Their breast implant operations are so life-like that they actually turn me on.

Will win: I’m going to say “House,” because “House” does two things very well: witty yet introspective banter, and spitting blood. Seriously, every episode someone spits blood and every episode I’m like, “It’s still gross!”

Did win: "House" I officially have a knack for the unimportant categories. Can I parlay this into some sort of consultant work?

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series

Extras • HBO • Ricky Gervais as Andy Millman
Monk • USA
Tony Shalhoub as Adrian Monk
The Office • NBC •
Steve Carell as Michael Scott
30 Rock • NBC •
Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy
Two And A Half Men • CBS •
Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper

Should win: Ding Dong! It’s our first “Two and a Half Men” sighting, which means, unfortunately, that this show is still on the air. What a grim reminder. Luckily, this category is chock full of great choice: Alec Baldwin. He is head, shoulders and arrogant barrel chest above everyone else.

Will win: I’m not kidding when I write that Tony Shalhoub won this award again last year. You know, America’s leading comedic actor, Tony Shalhoub. Jesus Christ, at least give it to Steve Carell. You know who thinks Tony Shalhoub is funny? Your dad. I’m sorry I had to go there.

Did win: "Ricky Gervais " “Oh, uh, I’m a bumbling Brit. Everything is funny because of my accent. I have dinner with Hugh Laaaaurie.”

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Boston Legal • ABC • James Spader as Alan Shore
House • Fox •
Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House
Rescue Me • FX •
Denis Leary as Tommy Gavin
The Sopranos • HBO •
James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano
24 • Fox •
Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer

Should win: With the exception of Jack Bauer (who mailed it in in a box full of crap last season) this category is stacked. For me, the Hugh Laurie thing never gets old. I could listen to him berate people in his fake American accent for days. But before the show goes off the air, I want James Spader to get the recognition he deserves. Because I’m a good man.

Will win: This will be the first of many awards for “The Sopranos.” (Insert joke about it being “a hit.” Ba dum bum!)

Did win: "James Spader" I get a purple here because I wanted him to win and he did. Some may call that “not getting it right” but I call it “write your own blog.”

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series

Desperate Housewives • ABC • Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo
The New Adventures Of Old Christine • CBS •
Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Christine Campbell
30 Rock • NBC •
Tina Fey as Liz Lemon
Ugly Betty • ABC •
America Ferrera as Betty Suarez
Weeds • Showtime •
Mary-Louise Parker as Nancy Botwin

Should win: A surprisingly decent category. Usually when you think of women you think of meatloaf and cunnilingous. But guess what! In between dinner and dessert (EW!) they can be funny too. Unless their name begins with a Julie and ends with a Dreyfus. Then you get your ass handed to you by Tina Fey. Ya burnt!

Will win: Brooke says Tina Fey might take it. But what Brooke doesn’t know is that one time I had a dream where Mary-Louise Parker was a Centaur and when I hit on her, she said, “You can’t get with this. I’m an Emmy Award winner.” Then she galloped off. I think we all see where this is going.

Did win: "America Ferrera" Wow, I was way off here. In my defense, I was never really sure of my prediction. Women can be so unpredictable. But congratulations to America! We’re the best!

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Brothers & Sisters • ABC • Sally Field as Nora Walker
The Closer • TNT •
Kyra Sedgwick as Dep. Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit • NBC •
Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson
Medium • NBC •
Patricia Arquette as Allison Dubois
The Riches • FX •
Minnie Driver as Dahlia Malloy

The Sopranos • HBO • Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano

Should win: I accidentally caught a clip of “Brothers & Sisters” online before and boy Sally Field is getting old. What the hell? TV is for young people. Despite her impossibly large head, Minnie Driver is the choice here.

Will win: Minnie Driver will pull this one out. And not by virtue of the voters being wise, but more because it’s been the same women for the past few years and what this country needs is change. And what Kyra Sedgwick needs is plastic surgery. Immediately. She is getting more and more unattractive by the day. (On second thought, scratch that. I just looked up some old pictures and it turns out she was always ugly. This is what happens when you don’t fact check.)

Did win: "Sally Field" Are we all sure this isn’t an award for that movie she made where she killed her daughter’s murderer?

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Entourage • HBO • Kevin Dillon as Johnny Drama
Entourage • HBO •
Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold
How I Met Your Mother • CBS •
Neil Patrick Harris as Barney Stinson
The Office • NBC •
Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute
Two And A Half Men • CBS •
Jon Cryer as Alan Harper

Should win: Ding Dong! It’s our second “Two and a Half Men” sighting. Luckily this time we are heavily armed against them. That’s right – Neil Patrick Harris. Barney is taking this one home. It’s going to be legen – wait for it, hope you’re not lactose intolerant because the second part of this word is – dary.

Will win: I’m holding out hope for Harris on this one. Really. Dwight is just a heel and “Entourage” has gotten so tragically bad that to give it an award now is like encouraging your dog to hump the couch pillows. Harris rides this rainbow to victory!

Did win: "Jeremy Piven" I’m officially in a losing streak. And Jeremy Piven is on a winning streak. Does it get much sadder than that?

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

Boston Legal • ABC • William Shatner as Denny Crane
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC •
T.R. Knight as George
Heroes • NBC •
Masi Oka as Hiro Nakamura
Lost • ABC •
Michael Emerson as Ben
Lost • ABC •
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke
The Sopranos • HBO •
Michael Imperioli as Christopher Moltisanti

Should win: Is there anything funnier than the T.R. Knight nomination? Anything? Would his statue say “Outstanding Homosexual Supporting Actor”? Surprisingly, Michael Emerson deserves this award. I would justify it, but the carpal tunnel is slowly setting in.

Will win: Masi Oka is taking this home. You can set it in stone. He’s Asian, he’s popular, and to top it off he’s seems really huggable. What’s not to love?

Did win: "Terry O’Quinn" I got confused with this one, I thought we were giving the 2007 awards, not the 2005 awards. My bad.

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

My Name Is Earl • NBC • Jaime Pressly as Joy Turner
The Office • NBC •
Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly
Two And A Half Men • CBS •
Holland Taylor as Evelyn Harper
Two And A Half Men • CBS •
Conchata Ferrell as Berta
Ugly Betty • ABC •
Vanessa Williams as Wilhelmina Slater
Weeds • Showtime •
Elizabeth Perkins as Celia Hodes

Should win: The first category I really don’t care about. Elizabeth Perkins character took a turn for the eh last season on “Weeds” and let’s face it – Jenna Fischer is just the hottest girl on a show without any hot girls on it, except the new girl who is hot but no one likes because they felt better about themselves when Jenna Fischer was considered hot. Fine, Jenna Fischer, takes the stupid award. Maybe she can use it to scratch out the useless “c” in her name.

Will win: Wow, things really took a bitter turn, didn’t they? It’ll be even more bitter when Vanessa Williams wins this category. And I’ll make some joke about how I hope the Emmy voters “Save the Best For Last.” Holy crap, am I still typing?

Did win: "Jaime Pressly" This was a fun loss because it allowed me to pull out the laptop and prove to Brooke that once upon a time Jaime Pressly was bordering on soft core porn. I’m happy for Jaime, even though I’m still waiting for “Poison Ivy 4.”

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Brothers & Sisters • ABC • Rachel Griffiths as Sarah Whedon
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC •
Katherine Heigl as Isobel “Izzie” Stevens
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC •
Chandra Wilson as Dr. Bailey
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC •
Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang
The Sopranos • HBO •
Aida Turturro as Janice Soprano
The Sopranos • HBO •
Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Jennifer Melfi

Should win: How encouraging is this category for aspiring actresses? This is your competition for Emmy Awards. I’m sorry, but Katherine Heigl acts from her chest and Chandra Wilson just acts pissed off all the time. Katherine Heigl: “But look at my chest, I’m sad.” Chandra Wilson: “I don’t give a crap about your sad chest, I’ve got a hospital to run.” Riveting!

Will win: Lorraine Bracco will take it home. It’s a full on homage to one of the greatest shows ever. If this was the Oscars, they would do a poorly choreographed mafia themed dance routine in its honor. Now the only boring dance will be the jiggling of Bracco’s unsupported cleavage.

Did win: "Katherine Heigl" I may never win another category again. How could I be this far off? Am I watching the same television as everyone else? And how is there anyone better at making themselves look less hot than they really are than Katherine Heigl?

Outstanding Comedy Series

Entourage • HBO
The Office • NBC
30 Rock • NBC
Two And A Half Men • CBS
Ugly Betty • ABC

Should win: Ding Dong! Ugly Betty is up for a ton of awards and has been lauded by critics as a top show, so I figured I would watch a little bit of it on And you know what? They’re right. Not the critics, but the producers. She is really ugly. I just think it flies in the face of everything TV stands for: TV is for people not pretty enough to be in movies. It’s that simple.

Will win: “30 Rock” is the best show on the list, but “The Office” will take it for no other reason than ratings. Like “The Office” gets good ones and “30 Rock” doesn’t get any. That’s what happens when you put a joke about chicken nuggets laced with AIDS in your pilot episode.

Did win: "30 Rock" I’m not sure whether to be happy with this or not. Remember once upon a time a critically lauded show with low ratings won a Best Comedy Emmy? That show was “Arrested Deve-“ . . . I’m sorry I need a cry break here.

Outstanding Drama Series

Boston Legal • ABC
Grey’s Anatomy • ABC
Heroes • NBC
House • Fox
The Sopranos • HBO

Should win: I feel bad for “Heroes” that their critically acclaimed inaugural season just so happens to coincide with “The Sopranos” final season. Maybe the writers should have given one of the characters the superpower to mysteriously break James Gandolfini’s legs right before taping began.

Will win: You could ask an Eastern European man who has never seen American television in his life who would win this category and he would be like, “ ‘The Sopranos,’ you douchebaga.”

Did win: "The Sopranos" Obviously this is an unexciting win, but how about me predicting a “poorly choreographed mafia themed dance routine”? I should get some kind of points for that. Was there any more awkward moment than when they showed the scene of Andrea getting whacked with “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” playing in the background? I know it’s hard to pair music with an execution, but come on.

Outstanding Made For Television Movie

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee • HBO
Inside The Twin Towers • Discovery Channel
Longford • HBO
The Ron Clark Story • TNT
Why I Wore Lipstick To My Mastectomy • Lifetime

Should win: I’ve never seen any of these movies, but what’s most troubling is that Lifetime is clearly running out of movie titles. Ten years ago this movie would have been called “My Crimson Womanhood,” but of course that was already taken be the 2001 classic Lifetime original about a mature call girl turning tricks to support Anita, the daughter of her recently deceased crack-addicted neighbor.

Will win: Wounded Knee” for the sole reason that it was on HBO. When will people learn that you can make a better movie when you can say “fuck”? Don’t blame me, it’s science.

Did win: "Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee" Great fucking movie.

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

The Colbert Report • Comedy Central
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart • Comedy Central
Late Night With Conan O’Brien • NBC
Late Show With David Letterman • CBS
Real Time With Bill Maher • HBO

Did win: "The Daily Show With John Stewart" By the way, Stewart will be hosting the Oscars again this year. I know, I was hoping for Ryan Seacrest too. He was on fire!

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

The Amazing Race • CBS
American Idol • Fox
Dancing With The Stars • ABC
Project Runway • Bravo
Top Chef • Bravo

Should win: I only recently got into “Top Chef,” and I have to say that it is truly amazing what these people can do with food. Imagine being married to one of them and just being like, “You have one hour to cook me the best meal ever! Go!” Every night. That’s love. Now blow me.

Will win: How can you care about any of these shows when “The Pick-Up Artist” exists? I know it’s not technically eligible for the 2007 awards, but trust me – if you put Mystery in a club with all the voters, after a few IOIs and some carefully placed negs, they’d be rewriting the rules in between orgasms. Barring that, “Project Runway” wins. And Bravo immediately puts their credibility on eBay to finance their next project.

Did win: "The Amazing Race" Does anyone reading this watch “The Amazing Race’? Is it really that amazing? Because from the previews it looks like a bunch of middle aged people getting lost and saying things like, “YOU WERE HOLDING THE MAP UPSIDE DOWN!”

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Extras • Daniel Radcliffe • HBO
The Office • Gay Witch Hunt • NBC
The Office • The Negotiation • NBC
30 Rock • Tracy Does Conan • NBC

30 Rock • Jack-Tor • NBC

Should win: No contest.

Will win: “The Office” will take it, if only for Dwight: “No, don’t call me a hero. Do you know who the real heroes are? The guys who wake up every morning and go into their normal jobs, and get a distress call from the commissioner, and take off their glasses and change into capes, and fly around fighting crime. Those are the real heroes.”

Did win: "The Office" It was a close second for my favorite. You have to appreciate a program that’s doing something different and remains genuinely funny while avoiding the common “setup, setup, joke” format.

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Battlestar Galactica • Occupation/Precipice • Sci Fi Channel
Lost • Through The Looking Glass • ABC
The Sopranos • Kennedy And Heidi • HBO
The Sopranos • The Second Coming • HBO
The Sopranos • Made In America • HBO

Should win: I’m not going to bother looking through the “The Sopranos” episodes to see which one was the best. Maybe someone more dedicated would, but my retinas are starting to hurt. And I see these little blobby things floating before my eyes. Help. If I go blind, carry on my legacy. In a TV show. Just don’t cast anyone from “Two and a Half Men,” even if that kid grows up to be really handsome.

Will win:Battlestar Galactica.” In a landslide.

Did win: "The Sopranos" We all know I was joking about “Battlestar Galactica,” right? Setup, setup, joke? Right?

Score tally:

10 right
2 kind of right
9 wrong

(I’ll settle for 57% any day of the week. It’s better than the odds that you actually read this far. On the plus side, I coined a new phrase: pyrrhic mediocrity.)


Blogger Dan said...

Dedicated readers may have noticed that this post was up yesterday with considerable editorial errors. I apologize for that. I have since fixed the errors. I would have gotten it up sooner, but man was I drunk last night!

September 15, 2007 at 1:16:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

:) Thanks for taking the time on a Saturday to re-post. :) Shyia

September 15, 2007 at 5:58:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was actually almost enjoying your post about the Emmys up until you took the name of Jesus in vain.
That offended me.
BTW, HUGH LAURIE WILL WIN for BEST ACTOR. Why? Well, because he is the best actor.

September 15, 2007 at 9:37:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Ki Two said...

Edited things are usually better, unless it's edited like movies get edited, and then you lose all mentions of "fuck," which is no good.

This post was so long. And I watch two of the many, many shows mentioned here. But it was still entertaining, which is why I love this blog. Jon Stewart all the way.

September 16, 2007 at 12:07:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Jenn Dawn said...

Interesting predictions -- totally different from mine, but a fine logic applied. Great read!

September 16, 2007 at 3:06:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In remarks to the anonymous, you are upset that Dan took the Lords name in vain but enjoy Hugh Laurie's endless offensive remarks throughout the show? Don't get me wrong, I am a huge "House" fan, but I think that comment might be a little contradicting. Shyia

September 16, 2007 at 4:43:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Jen said...

Holy crap that was attention span ended about 4 mouse scrolls up...

September 16, 2007 at 9:06:00 PM EDT  
Blogger rizabeff said...

I can't believe I just barfed

September 17, 2007 at 1:17:00 AM EDT  
Blogger mindy said...

Award for Longest Blog Post Ever: Dan at Redacted! Congratuations.

Do you only love SYTYCD because of Cat Deeley? Or do you actually appreciate the artistic genius of the dancers & choreographers? God I love that show. So very much.

September 17, 2007 at 1:40:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anna said...

Didn't Late Night with Conan O'Brien win, not The Daily Show? Pretty sure I saw Conebone69 up on that stage.

September 17, 2007 at 6:30:00 PM EDT  
Blogger leah said...

I haven't seen any new Travelistic blogs from "Dan of Redacted Fame" in a long while. Wassup?

September 17, 2007 at 7:43:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Mint said...

oh my god do you ever have to work? I can barely muster the vim to blog about great sex (which people actually want to hear about), and here you are with an epic about the sodding emmy's!

kudos for effort :)

September 17, 2007 at 11:16:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Marissa said...

just found your blog and i'm now addicted. gee, thanks. another addiction to add to my growing list. :) i love this breakdown. it's so accurate! you know you're stuff. and so you know, i'm one of the cool ones...i heart sytycd.

September 18, 2007 at 1:34:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Native Minnow said...

I'm not 100% sure on this, but I think you may have put more effort into this post than I did into writing my master's thesis.

September 18, 2007 at 4:43:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow what a recap! i feel like i was there myself. :)

September 19, 2007 at 9:39:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This does not count as a post. Friggin whammy.

September 19, 2007 at 10:52:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Amaya said...

Whew. I made it through the whole thing. And you know what, it was worth the blisters on my mouse-finger. Funny shit Dan.

September 19, 2007 at 6:09:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Nate said...

A round-up cannot be called "annual" until a year has passed between its inaugural happening and its second manifestation. Therefore, the first event cannot be referred to as the "first annual." Call a first event the inaugural or first occasion.

September 19, 2007 at 9:25:00 PM EDT  
Blogger David said...

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September 20, 2007 at 12:30:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Dropout! said...

I hope you were joking about James Spader needing validation-he's won in that category twice before. God, now I see what real writers say about the danger of blogs and their whole "ooh, I don't have a fact-checking system in place because it's all opiiiinions and also I'm French" thing.

September 23, 2007 at 11:52:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes I agree, kids can be borring, but still entertaining enough for the kids in their own age. It is the same like with those short haired, muteted model pics from a strange German site.

You have to be strange enough to find particular types of entertainment good enough for you !

Yours Sincerely.

September 24, 2007 at 10:36:00 AM EDT  
Blogger SaintChuck said...

I must say that your blog has made my day. = D

October 4, 2007 at 4:59:00 PM EDT  
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Blogger abhilasha said...

i liked ur posts ,saw on the dashboard manny blogs are there but u r fun had a smile all while i read ,good and i just think i'll kep coming.

October 11, 2007 at 4:20:00 AM EDT  
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Paleeese! You all can go fuck yourself, and have a grrreat day :)

October 11, 2007 at 5:27:00 AM EDT  
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