This year's contest will be remembered as the year when Markieff Morris finally comprehended why we must hate everyone from Missouri: "They (Missourians) came and they killed the horses and the wives, the families. That type of stuff" (LJ-World) as well as the year that famous recording artist Eddie ("Two Tickets to Paradise") Money sang the national anthem at the Fieldhouse: "My son goes to junior college. I wish he was here today to see how beautiful the girls are who go to school in the Midwest. I've been to UCLA, all over the place. The prettiest girls in the country are right here" (LJ-World).
Chip: "I hope one of the players was nice enough to hook Money up with some pussy after the game."
This week's Entertainment Weekly cover story offers a list of TV's "50 Biggest Bombs" (by which they mean biggest mistakes). Number one on EW's list is moving Jay Leno to primetime. But the list also does a nice job of dipping back in time to consider "mistakes" that may have been forgotten, such as when the Dukes of Hazzard replaced Bo and Luke with their two cousins, Coy and Vance, due to contract disputes with the lead actors.
Richard: "Coy and Vance really weren't that bad. At the LC, we've actually been considering replacing Chip with a similar character named 'Captain Chanute,' who is also from southeast Kansas (Chanute) but is significantly more vulgar than Chip."
Chip: "But I just made a pussy joke earlier in today's post! Also, this blog seems to be getting a bit 'meta' lately. Isn't it enough for me to just stick around and criticize things for being 'not art?'"