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March 6, 2006

Our Podcast: An Academy Award Wrap-Up - Jon Stewart was Great, and The Academy Still Doesn't Get It.

By: The Dude on the Right
Stu Gotz is out of town so we don't have a weekend wrap-up this time, just my take on The Academy Award's broadcast.  As I was jotting down notes during the broadcast, with brilliant thoughts like "I was rooting for Paul Giamatti to win for Best Supporting Actor because he was great in 'Cinderella Man,' but also to see if he would thank Howard Stern," and Jon Stewart's line "Pimp, sort of like an agent but with a better hat," I realized I probably just should have done a blog about the entire thing, but in any case, I thought Jon Stewart was great, considering the crowd he was in front of.  I also liked Rachel Weisz's boobs and loved the acceptance speech from Three 6 Mafia.  Also, it still seems The Academy folks still don't get it by chastising us, the movie public, for renting/buying DVD's and not going to the theater to see the films, and by cutting off the speeches of the winners.  And if they do that "music under the winner's speeches even before they talked too long" thing again next year, I might just have to stage a boycott.

Thanks for listening and reading, and as always I welcome your comments.

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

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Posted by Rightdude at March 6, 2006 7:13 PM


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