Add to Google

Subscribe in NewsGator Online

Mostly Entertainment

entertainment ave!
Read our stuff.

 

  Home    -    Our Blog   -    Our Podcast   -   The Concert Hall    -   The Movie Theater    -   In Your House    -   Stu & The Dude    -   The Alley    -   Mail Us!    -   The Office


 

It's Our
Podcast!
(but it's not for kids.)
 

Our Podcast via:
Yahoo! PodcastsAdd to Google



« Paris and Jail, The Hoff in Trouble, and May is a Sad Month. | Main | Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! "Shrek" Talk, Stu Missed "The Simpsons," and Computer Woes. »

May 17, 2007

Dreamz Blew His Post-"Survivor" World, and An "American Idol" Conspiracy Theory.

By: The Dude on the Right
Well it looks like Britney Spears has found a higher power to help her, and that higher power lets her get naked, at least from the waist up. Well, almost naked because she is wearing some white gloves. Sadly her arms get in the way of her boobies.

But this podcast isn't about Britney and my being in her prayers. Nope, this podcast is about how Dreamz failed to see the larger "Survivor" picture when he went back on his word and didn't give Yau-Man immunity at the last challenge, and also, maybe more importantly, my "American Idol" conspiracy theory. You may remember this line from my last blog "I wouldn't be surprised if Jordin or Blake actually win", and guess what, Melinda got booted and Jordin or Blake will win.  The Howard Stern News' Staff have their investigation, and I only have my theories (mostly based on Jordin being close to being cloned as Whitney Houston in her "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" years if only Jordin could lose some more weight), but it's really looking like the only way for Idol to get its credibility back is to have an outside accounting firm analyze, certify, and release the voting totals.  Right now I only watch because, for my job, I have to.

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

Download and Listen Here Subscribe Here
Yahoo! Podcasts
Add to Google



Posted by Rightdude at May 17, 2007 6:37 PM

Comments

Post a comment




Remember Me?

(you may use HTML tags for style)

 

Copyright © 1996-2010 EA Enterprises, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
www.entertainmentavenue.com
eavenue@entertainmentavenue.com