Friday, January 17, 2014

Whether it is this speed-dating scene in "40-Year-Old Virgin" or Jack's wife in Jack In The Box commercials or Schmidt's scary cougar boss in "New Girl," this woman, Gillian Vigman, just crushes it every time.

Say now, let's not let that rapscallion get all cattywampus on us, see, Torn Slatterns and Nugget Ranchers?

Two legs and an arm washed up in Queens out of the East River; as to the identity of the victim, the police are stumped.

Since you asked:

Just when you think you've honed in on just how much of an a-hole Alex Rodriguez is, he goes on to redefine being an a-hole. The guy treats everyone like dirt, including the press, and cannot understand for the life of him why he is portrayed so badly in the press. 

The New York press wants its Yankee stars to be worshipped. They made two guys who were mean fall-down drunks and rampant adulterers, Mickey Mantle and Babe Ruth, into two of the most beloved characters in history.

Joe DiMaggio was a world class cheapskate and a rude, cranky, selfish a-hole, but they managed to make him beloved. 

Even this finely-honed hero-making machine cannot and will not make A-Rod anything but he is; an utterly unlikeable pr*ck. 

Read excepts in "SI" of how A-Rod mentally tortured beloved, talented and famous writer, Richard Ben Cramer. The only good news to come out of this piece was that, for a incredibly physically gifted guy who makes $250 million playing a game, Alex Rodriguez is the most miserably unhappy person in baseball.