I was so looking forward to Ugly Betty. But do I dare say I can see cancellation in the future? Don't get me wrong, I thought it was so cute and funny, and, yes Salma, I got the message. And I completely understand that there is a lack of Latinos on primetime television. I get and support that.
(Because have you noticed the slow decline of Black representation on TV, too? And don't you dare comment back to me "UPN". Let's not go there. Because it is Dunzo. And the new CW only held on to a few of the now gone network and all we have left, thank God, is Girlfriends--minus Toni, but still at least we have it)
No laugh track? Hasn't anyone learned from Arrested Development's success/failure? And an hour? OMGosh it was way too long! I can only take exaggerated fashion stereotypes for so long and an hour was way too much. Was it just me, or did you feel you were watching a movie?
Moving right along to finding out whose panties were on the board...
are men really this stupid? Come. On. George! Meredith's panties cannot pass on as Callie's panties.
If my 'boyfriend' believed for a second that some toothpick's underwear would fit me, I'd hit him on the head. I wouldn't even be flattered. Wake up and smell the crotch.
Were we, as viewers seriously to believe that George never questioned the size of the panties (compared to the size of his girlfriend)?
Don't get me wrong, I HEART Callie, mucho. I like her so much more than I dislike Meredith (yep, I said it, I do not like Meredith, one bit)
And if I heard K.T. Tunstall's "Suddenly I See" one more time last night on ABC, I think I would have thrown the TV out the window. Seriously. It's still stuck in my head.
But all may have been forgiven with the quick second shot of McSteamy. Steam. Wet. Half naked. Towel. Yum, yummy, yum.
If anyone finds a clip of that online, email me, STAT!