Monday, September 19, 2005

Guilty Pleasures

Bad Canadian TV (Really bad. Awful, in fact. Don't click on this link. I already owe Gwen big-time for introducing her to this.)

AND

Torrd (I'm a size 0! Arbitrary sizing! Woo!)

Whoa. I called up both of these sites to link to their URL... And Terry from Degrassi is modeling the psuedo-military fashions. It's like some kind of unholy pop culture... thing.

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Comment spam makes me, like, totally want to dye my hair black and wear ripped tights and write bad lyrics for my band and drop acid and crash my friend's party and have a "breakdown"!

That's so last season, though -- now that we don't have cable, my viewership of said Bad Canadian TV has officially come to an end unless I'm in Lancaster or at your house, Ang. God help me if I ever start Netflixing that show.

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Luke said...

Speaking of bad TV - I was on the photo shoot for this show. I got to meet the cast!! I was so excited!!! I just can't decide who's hottest...

http://www.the-n.com/ntv/shows/index.php?id=531

Luke

Luke said...

Actual show description:

"The Carlin Family arrives in Los Angeles and finds themselves unprepared for L.A.'s fast paced, ethnically diverse— "anything goes" environment. Sixteen-year-old Spencer Carlin never felt like she fit in small town America and now she's beginning to question everything. Glen Carlin is a handsome, outgoing 17-year-old. He's an awesome basketball player, popular with the girls, the guy everyone wants to be around. Glen seems to have the world in his pocket. Spencer and Glen are joined by their adopted brother, Clay. Clay Carlin is 17, smart, sarcastic, and African-American. He is looking forward to forging his own identity, but finds that "being black" in L.A. is a test he may not pass."

Chunky Photojournalist Barbie said...

Wow, Luke. That's... horrible.

Remember that episode that was so bad and so compelling that we couldn't tear ourselves away and had to start drinking tequila? (Shudder)

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