I have to admit that I still haven’t watched Jimmy Fallon since he took over for Jay Leno on The Tonight Show. I mean, I might have caught a couple minutes in passing, but there has been no actual sit-down to watch. I’m wondering if you’ve checked it out, or even know who Jimmy Fallon is.
I don’t know as I’m writing this if I’ll make it to the end of the Academy Awards, but I do know there hasn’t been a year I purposely missed watching Hollywood pat itself on the back for a job well done. I’m wondering if you made it a late night, or felt sleep was more important.
The Dude on the Right realized the title of the plight technically contains “the Major League Baseball baseball playoffs,” but much like ATM machine is “automated teller machine machine,” he doesn’t care. What he does care about is that the baseball playoffs, and upcoming World Series, of which he has no interest in, are interrupting his watching of “The X Factor” and complaining about Paulina Rubio and how she is ruining the show. It’s Daily Plight, and The Dude isn’t paying attention to baseball.
Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West got in a little Twitter fight last week, and it looks like most media fell for it hook, line, and sinker, much like they did with the “Twerking FAIL” clip that Kimmel floated a few weeks earlier. The Dude on the Right says “most media” as Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune found it odd there was a new person in charge of latenight programming at ABC, who just so happened to be instrumental with the Kardashians on E! The Dude is calling “foul,” and plights if you think the Kimmel / Kanye Twitter feud is just another Kimmel hoax. The Dude on the Right plights.
Thankfully our own Dude on the Right didn’t tweet out the photo of the Will Smith family supposedly reacting to Miley Cyrus because, well, they were actually reacting to Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga might be mad because she wasn’t “Miss Outrageous” of the night and didn’t get the initial publicity, but The Dude plights if you tweeted to your being wrong.
The Dude on the Right tried to watch the MTV VMA’s online as he wasn’t near a cable feed. He figures that either MTV screwed up their feed and messed up by showing feeds of things like the audience and Stage Manager, or they did a great job at hoodwinking every news outlet into writing stories saying MTV was streaming the VMA’s online, when actually they were only streaming crappy views no one wanted to watch. The Dude plights wondering who else tried to watch the VMA’s online and was pissed.
The Dude on the Right would like to say he knows nothing about “Duck Dynasty,” but from the constant promotion he is inundated with, including seeing merchandising at the local Wal-mart, noticing their books on The New York Time Best Sellers, seeing them on a country music special, and being reminded the show is on by his sister, well, he won’t be watching the series anytime soon. He wonders if you will, and so he plights.
By now, by my unscientific method, 90% of you who filled our March Madness brackets are already out of the office pool, and in fact were probably out of the running before the Thursday evening games even started. Me, as…
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again, but I’m a fan of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” series on ABC. There’s just something about the wacky concept of meeting your soul-mate over a TV show, being transported to…
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