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Bradelor! DUN!: Principles of Inertia
January 11, 2011 – 9:11 AM | 10 Comments
Bradelor! DUN!: Principles of Inertia

In this week's episode of Bradelor! DUN!, Miss Alli and I almost accidentally co-watched the second hour on a weird intra-IM time delay, and Alli impressively kept secret from me a final rose ceremony that, …

Bradelor! DUN!: A Not New Enough Beginning
January 4, 2011 – 9:21 PM | 28 Comments
Bradelor! DUN!: A Not New Enough Beginning

To date, I've only seen one season of The Bachelor — the one I recapped for TWoP, which happened to feature Brad Womack and his "horrible" "rejection" of two women he barely knew and did …

The Squared Up Podcast, Episode 1: Pith Fail
November 23, 2010 – 9:23 AM | 4 Comments
The Squared Up Podcast, Episode 1: Pith Fail

It didn't feel like an hour, but that's how long inaugural guest Couch Baron and I blathered on about baseball in the first episode of The Squared Up Podcast. I'll have a better handle on …

"Yes, he says 'moi'"
August 1, 2009 – 8:20 PM | 17 Comments

Miss Alli addresses James Spader's underthought character in Wall Street, and much much more. It's a great piece, and the various bigger-than-a-breadbox-sized objects she uses to describe Gekko's cell phone crack me up, but I …

March 15, 2009 – 1:17 AM | 17 Comments

Full update shortly, but here's one to hold you (photo compliments of reader M.E.B.). This is me in the No Child Left Behind hut in front of the Department of Education:

Thanks so much to everyone …