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September 07, 2006



Oh, hell, hell no! From the EW interview:

"What was your favorite part of the Paris trip?
The boat was fun. There was a cute girl with red shoes and a tattoo. I have a lovely wife, but I was getting a little bit nosy with her. Catherine was a little bit too old for me. The other one wasn't. We wanted to meet later for a drink — Jeffrey and I and she and her girlfriend. We invited them to our room just to have a nice bottle of champagne, but unfortunately they canceled on us."

NICE. First he's hitting on a Parisian chick, then he's saying Malandrino (who's at least 10 years younger than himself) is too old for him? Get off the goofballs, dude; you're one year away from automatic membership in AARP. You're not 35 anymore and your "lovely wife" should kick your crazy ass to the curb.

And is anyone surprised that Neck-Boy was looking for some strange?


Sickening, isn't it? I mean... EWW!

What a complete turd. Are we to be convinced that he's some crazy playa?


So right. So right. I think there's an element of perversion that women can not tolerate. I guess that's what his charachter is, but I can't believe that the producers would just slide it in there without an episode around it. It was not incedental, it was central, his 'seventies grossness. There is a generation of men from Queens that have to interject sex into every conversation. I guess they came of age in the summer of love and it still gives them a cheap thrill to say fuck at the table in front of their mothers? I don't know. But we have our share of those yuckies here in NY. So gross.


Dude, I totally caught the crazy from the very first episode of Vincent and his homemade video. KUH-RAY-ZEE. I've hated him the whole way through. I thought the whole episode was a little disappointing, don't you? I expected to see more fabulous dresses and they were...a letdown.

I still love Michael though.


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