For the record, I am pro-"vulva".
HA!! Good one, mcree
I enjoyed the show because I think there will be a lot of snark-worthy moments. Don’t know how well Sara Gilbert will do – she seems so much more intelligent and polite than the rest of the cast. She’s been fun to watch on The Big Bang Theory
; acting seems to be more her style. At one point today, she had to struggle hard to get a word in. Cringe! They need to fix that.
Christie Brinkley??? She says she has moved on from the divorce BUT makes bad-mouthing her kids’ dad a major part of the interview??? She wants us to Google “divorcing a narcissist”??? Wow. If they keep having guests on that are as narcissistic, duplicitous, and phony as Christie Brinkley, this really WILL be a fun show to watch.
Holly. Nice surprise. Could not stand her on Celebrity Apprentice
but enjoyed her today. Assertive but not obnoxious. Intelligent, well spoken. Wonder how she’ll get along with cast members OFF screen.
Marissa. Found her just as monumentally irritating on Dancing With the Stars
as she was today. Major snark potential.
Julie Chen. Yawn.
Leah. Loud, obnoxious, pushy, dim – BUT some obvious street smarts. Still trying to deal with the whole weird “cupcake” thing. What a TREASURE TROVE of potential snark with her.
Sharon Osbourne is always good for a “did she actually say that?” moment. And she is tough – unlike the paper tigers on other shows. We’ll see. Can imagine a smack down with Sharon and Leah.
All in all, I enjoyed the show – it is programmed on my DVR for now. Love the set – I, too, thought it reminiscent of Bonnie’s old set. Guests and subject matter really don’t matter much to me when the coverage of the topics is so superficial and so many women are frantically jockeying for attention. It’s the snark-worthy nonsense I am looking forward to and there appears to be plenty of potential in that regard.