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Mr. Sendak has debuted his very first article here on A.M., below. It tied 'expectations' all into a neat bundle. That being said, I have nothing to blabble about expectations, so, here's my second TV/Entertainment article (appropriately named after my first entertainment article, The Day Before Tomorrow...Today!).
Yesterday night (July 13, 2008), Big Brother 10 premiered on CBS. I missed it, and I had to watch it today on the website. It reverted back to its classic format—13 complete strangers as Houseguests, a live-audience results show, and a house that somehow got tossed back to the seventies (so when they said "classic" format, they really meant it). Congratulations to Jerry—our first father, grandfather, and great-grandfather to become Head of Household. Go Seniors!
Also premiering was High School Musical 3's official movie trailer, on Disney Channel. I'm sure the world is a very diverse opinionated group (in fact, our blog is ran on opinions). Some people like HSM, some don't. As for me, I'm stuck in between. I like most of the music, but the movie's plot can sometimes ooze out too much cheese. A few of the lines are horribly said, and it ruins everything else.
On NBC, showing was Miss Universe 2008, in Vietnam. The women were beautiful, and so were the landscapes of Vietnam. The show went fine, although it was accompanied by the occasional screams in the audience by some overly-excited men. As for the highlight of the show, it was nothing new. Miss USA, once again, tripped and fell in the evening gown round, much like her predecessor last year at Miss Universe 2007. She was a good sport though, clapping on, with a smile.
Cookin' up a stir was The Next Food Network Star. The final four were pitted against in each other in a 'throwdown'. As if that wasn't hard enough, throw in an Extra! reporter. Unfortunately, little Kelsey was eliminated. Mouths can really wreck a situation.
In my first entertainment article, I had talked about Angelina Jolie's newfound pregnancy. Well, she now has newborn twins (a boy and a girl). Their names? Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt. Why must they have such long names... Anyways, congrats to them.
Hmm...I can't think of another subject that appeared on TV yesterday...oh well.
It's a wrap.
(Thanks to cbslocal.com and blogs.dallasobserver.com for images)