Miss Penny Lane

I always tell the girls, never take it seriously.
If ya never take it seriously, ya never get hurt.
Ya never get hurt, ya always have fun...
And if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends.

Saturday, December 10, 2005


I know I've been MIA this week. I was babysitting my nephews a lot while my sister-in-law went to some amazing spa in Sedona for her birthday. Anyway, some updates:

  • Nicole Richie and DJ AM have called off their engagement. Man, I did not see that one coming! Are she and Paris once again mirroring each others lives? Will they become BFF's again since Paris can't be mad that Nicole has something she doesn't? Did Nicole only like DJ AM as a fatty? Will Nicole drop the conversion to Judaism? So many questions unanswered!! All these celeb break-ups!!
  • Someone who did make it to the alter was Matt Damon, who married his love of two years, Luciana Bozan, at the court house in Manhattan on Friday morning. Damon is so refreshingly low key, but he coulda used best pal George Clooney's place on Lake Como and still maintained some privacy. Then again, her daughter is in school, but they coulda picked another time of year. Oh, well, I am sure they will do something nice to celebrate, and all that they probably care about is that they are married for at least the next four-to-five years.
  • Looks as though the Brothers Farrelly are up to their old tricks again! The guys who brought us Dumb & Dumber, There's Something About Mary, Outside Providence, and Kingpin (among others) have taken on the Special Olympics with their new movie The Ringer (Johnny Knoxville stars). Although there might be people who find the subject matter to border on (or fly right over into) poor taste, the Special Olympics actually endorses the flick and hopes that the movie will bring a new cache of cool to the organization.
  • Despite the huge success of last year's stint hosting the Oscars, Chris Rock will not be back to do the honors again this year. From what I've read, this was Chris' call, and he hopes to do it again sometime, just not this year or every year. Maybe I should start a petition to get Letterman back on that stage. Other choices that would be good: Dane Cook (long shot, but a girl can dream), Steve Martin (he has done it well twice), Billy Crystal (always had great opening montages), or...? Any suggestions?
  • Lost is on hiatus for FIVE! MORE! WEEKS! Come on, ABC! Whatcha tryin' to do to us? What will I do on Wednesday nights? Oh, yeah...maybe I'll work since I finally got a new j-o-b...

  • 9 Band Aides had a tale from the tour:

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