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I really liked her in "Blaze." What a great looking lady with the great head of red hair.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
This definitely was a strange show, but in my opinion, one of the best HBO has ever had. The concept of the show was bizarre to begin with, but then so much more evolved from it. I have fond memories of watching Six Feet Under during my high school years. I remember always being so shocked at storylines or how they left the ends of episodes. I also really liked how each episode began with a death - sort of an ironic "start" - and then somehow that death intertwined with the storyline for the episode. Definitely innovative, although the last few seasons got a little too strange, and I didn't even watch the last season - maybe I'll rent the DVDs.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
The series finale of Men In Trees is tonight on ABC, although it should have only been the season finale. This show is so cute and funny, and really isn't like anything else on TV now. It's set in a small town in Alaska, and follows a NYC writer (Anne Heche), as she lives and loves in Elmo, Alaska. It also follows characters in NYC, like Marin's publisher, who visited in Elmo and fell in love with the snow-plow man. The show is quirky and cute, and I'm definitely sad tonight is the end.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
Most people will disagree with me, but I was glad the Sopranos was cancelled. I didn't watch the show and frankly, I was sick of all the hype. Everyone would talk about it, and I never thought it was all that great from the few episodes I caught.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
I enjoyed the OC, but I didn't even watch the last season because it was pointless. After Marissa was killed, the show was over anyway. It was time for it to be over and done with.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
I don't really care either way because I don't watch Soaps. But I do think it's interesting that this was cancelled. You don't often hear about soap operas being cancelled. These shows last decades! What was it about Passions that made the network cancel?

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)

I think this is the one that kills me the most. Gilmore Girls is one of my all-time favorite shows, I guess probably because I could relate to the characters so much. I was Rory Gilmore - ambitious, hard-working college student, just trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life, and living through regular day-to-day issues, alongside my mother/best friend, who helps me along the way and supports me no matter what. I watched Gilmore Girls every week to see what happened to Rory and to see how it matched up with what I was going through. In a way, I felt lost when Gilmore Girls was cancelled - who was I to model myself after anymore? Ok, maybe that's a little dramatic, but I was sad - really, really sad.


Now I watch Gilmore re-runs everyday on the ABC Family channel, just hoping to find a lost episode that I might have missed. I could watch every episode over and over again (and I do), and I really never get sick of the storylines. Gilmore Girls should come back - pick up right where they left off. *sigh* A girl can dream, can't she?



- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
I just found out this ABC show will not be returning next season and I have to say I am pretty upset. This was one of my favorite new shows, and I know a fair amount of people who enjoyed it as well. I wonder why this was cancelled? It had a great cast (Lucy Liu, Frances O'Connor), and was a fun show to watch. I also think it was a good show because it showed women in high-powered positions - a publishing exec, the COO of a hotel chain, a marketing exec and an investment banker - and how they could be in these positions of power, yet still maintain families, boyfriends (or girlfriends as was the case for one), and still have time to meet for dinner or drinks with friends. Hmm, that's pretty depressing that it was cancelled after only one season. Oh well.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)

Oh Everwood...I think about this show a lot - and cry because there will be no more. Everwood was such a great show that the whole family could watch. The storylines were great and so much more could have happened with so many of the characters. It was a pretty typical WB family drama, but I just enjoyed watching week to week.


I haven't seen Gregory Smith, who played Ephram, on much of anything since the show was cancelled. But Emily Van Camp, who played Amy, is now on Brothers & Sisters. I love watching her every week on this show, but it does remind me of her days on Everwood, which is now a sad thing.



- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
I have to admit, I watched 7th Heaven. But I was happy when it was finally cancelled. It was enough already. There were just no more storylines left. How many more children could they have? How many more of those kids could get married, or pregnant or in trouble with the law? It was just enough - actually it was more than enough. It should have gotten cancelled 3 seasons before it did.

- Rated by: acurleegirlee (11)
In the 1950's everyone read Life Magazine, a large size magazine full of pictures with little news stories attached. Earl Long when he went off the deep end was a fixture every week in the mag. Blaze was there also, and I think as the story goes, Earl's wife, who is a no show in the movie, put Earl in the nut house. Earl really did some of the stuff shown in the movie but a lot if it is over the top fun.



Blaze was quite a looker in a trashy sort of way. Of course if she looked as foxy as Lolita Davidovich in the flick "Blaze," I really couldn't blame ol' Earl for his antics with her. Unfortunately, Earl was also stark-raving mad!

Blaze even had a brief fling with John Kennedy, so the story goes. Supposedly they "clinched" in a closet just before a Nixon debate. JFK later joked that the Blaze trimming was just what he needed to shine in the debate.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
When oil hit $100 a barrel, I noted gas was going to $5.00 a gallon. Well oil hit $130 a barrel lately, and gas is now over $4.00 a gallon. Congress refuses to loosen up drilling and now wants to take away the drilling incentives. Congress also wants to tax the oil companies thus assuring a price increase. Any bettors?

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Here is hoping against hope for Babs. This would indeed be a milestone. The first African-American President and the first mentally challenged Vice President.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Too old, too fat, and too sick. Lots of other bad things also.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Here is another candidate from the dim bulb wing of the Democratic Party. Hey, dummies need representation, too!

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
This guy had a million dollars worth of promise, about 25 years ago, and a dime's worth of achievement, at least on the national scale. He might be too old but he sure comes from an area crucial for the Democrats.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
She is a strong Obama supporter, comes from a great lineage, her father was Governor of Ohio, and would add geographic heft to the ticket.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Football star and a candidate who attracts, independents and Republicans, Henry could be a sleeper.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Here would be a first rate choice. Perhaps North Carolina could be put into play.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Here is a good choice for Obama. It would shore up his Jewish flank where he is getting grief for his stands in the Middle East let alone Obama's middle name, Hussein. Why not the governor of Pennsylvania?

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Good choice but comes from solidly Democratic New England. Not much to add to the ticket for a geographic balance.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Interesting choice, but doesn't do much for the ticket. New York is likely to go Democratic with any vice president candidate.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
Great Choice. He is from Virginia and could will put this crucial state in the Democratic column.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
I don't like heights and jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is lunacy to me.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)
I am 65, so I should be scared out of my wits, I suppose.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (167)