the view

This is hard for me to admit. It really is. I’ve been watching The View. I started watching it because of Rosie O’Donnell. I’d rather lick a brick building twice in one night than watch Star Jones-Reynolds last year, so this is my first year watching it.

And seriously? I love it. Yes, there are episodes like today’s where Susan Lucci is guest-hosting and the guests are Rod Stewart and Joan Rivers, so I really couldn’t care less about the interviews. But I love with Elizabeth Hasselback tries to defend the current administration or obviously push her ultra-Conservative views onto someone, and then she gets every word she says shoved back into her through by either Rosie or Joy Behar.

There’s just something about Rosie that I love. Her blog. Her pictures. Her old talk show. Her awesome guest appearance on Nip/Tuck. And even now as she modereates this talk show that’s probably aimed at either stay-at-home soccer moms or freshly-retired school teacher that are looking to fill their day.

So, yes. I love The View.

And, on a different topic, do you know what I really hate about just cooking for one person? Only having one person to remember how long to set the timer for the frozen taquitos.

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  1. In a similar way, I have trouble coming to terms with the fact that I’m really into “Apartment 3-G” in the funny papers. If you’d’a told me back in my Bloom County and Far Side days that in the future I would develop sardonic fascinations with “Mary Worth” and “Apartment 3-G”, I’d’a asked you to shoot me right between the eyes.

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