I Had A Dream
...and guess who's back.
Could anybody who is watching the Golden Globes tip me off (phone call, IM, whatevs), so I can catch a spurious MLK reference in medias res. Also, go Match Point.
Bonus points to anybody who can name Hugh Laurie's two most famous roles before House.
UPDATE: Well, now that it's over, I think it's safe to say that reading that girl's live-blogging of der Golde Globulus, or any awards show for that matter, is approximately infinitely more edifying than watching the horrendous thing. (Now, if it were a literal as well as figurative circle-jerk, that would be entertainment. Bring on the Kathy Bates/Queen Latifah cock measuring contest.) And in the end, it seems that the gayest movie of the year not based on a book by C.S. Lewis wins best picture. [If it were about a cowboy and a cowgirl, would it have won? Or has our culture progressed to the point that any heterosexual forbidden love story is wildly implausible.--ed? Dunno, didn't see it. And I'll wait for Mickey Kaus's review of the cowgirl/cowgirl adaptation, premiering on Cinemax later this month.--F.]