Thursday, August 26, 2010

Why Do We Keep it Permanently 1962 Around Here?


THIS is why. We apologize. We now return to our regular programming.

16 comments:

  1. Good God!!!! that is really the pits of talentless!!! what an incredible waste of time - what the hell was she thinking? and what the hell were the people behind it thinking??? Yes, please, please, let's stay securely in 1962 - where Jonathan and Darlene Edwards made tongue-in-cheek "bad" hysterically funny! I often chafe at what passes for talent and entertainment these days - enough! enough!
    Jon

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  2. there's no place like home there's no place like home there's no place like home.
    Good god, get me back to '62 now.

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  3. Is it for real ? Come to France my friend, we are "Real Housewives" safe... for the moment. Mon dieu !

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  4. Your blog would make for great tv!

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  5. I really couldn't watch the whole thing, and think if I did I would be reaching for a razor to cut my wrists Is this is what we have come to??

    Mix me a Manhattan darling and I will meet you in 1962.

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  6. First time I ever wished they HAD used AutoTune.

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  7. Where on earth did she find those backup dancers? I thought the Gaiety was closed!

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  8. I love you for telling it.

    I think The Real Housewives represent all that is wrong in this world.

    Please continue to keep it permanently 1962!

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  9. i couldn't turn it off!! where was the stop button?????

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  10. TBJ, dear, sweet'ums. You are so fashion forward, so well healed. And this woman came from the same place where you spent your wonder years? My dear. I'm so sorry. So, So, Sorry.

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  11. I dare not even watch this. You know we share an affinity for so many things, and the year 1962 sums it up nicely!

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  12. Por Dios!!!( Good Lord!!!) What a display of bad taste!

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  13. We need to get these FREAKS off the TV!

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