Yet Another Reason to Watch QVC
I've always hated The WB's "The Gilmore Girls". My wife first started watching it at the insistence of one of our best friends, but after a season or two of remarkable restraint of my gag reflex, we dispensed with it. Between the mother, Lorelai's, inability to maintain a functional relationship with a man, Rory's blank stare and staccato recitation of her lines, as if reading them from a teleprompter, and their cute anti-Bush remarks interspersed in the simplistic plots, the show was more than one human being could bear. I would have sided with Newsweek and Amnesty International if I knew that this show was being forced upon prisoners at Gitmo.
But apparently, having activist singer Carole King on the show was not enough to make clear that these people are from the far left. Now they bring on someone who has ensured that our world is a much more dangerous place for our children and who opposes efforts to stop terror: Maddie Albright.
This quote from the executive producer (whom we can blame for purveying this civilization-regressing program) about sums it up perfectly:
If you think she's seems brilliant and sassy strutting around the Middle East, you should try talking to her in person, ...We are very honored, very lucky, and soooo not worthy.Actually, I think they deserve each other.