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Jerry and Donna Walsh are lake people — it just took them a while to realize it. They lived in New Berlin where they built a house and raised their two daughters — now grown and on their own. “We saw a story in the Journal Sentinel about lots on Green Lake and my husband wanted to go and check them out,” Donna remembered. “They were too expensive.” Donna and Jerry had ulterior motives for wanting to live on a lake. “We thought if we lived somewhere so appealing our daughters would come home more,” she said with a chuckle. The couple started looking for existing lake homes. “The Realtor showed us some homes on Beaver Lake, but they were out of our price range too.” They told the agent they were open to building and, soon, the agent found a piece of property on Beaver Lake that had been subdivided back in 1960. A lot with 100 feet of lake frontage and an old shed was for sale. Jerry and Donna bought it. That was 2007. Then the Great Recession hit. “We just didn’t have the courage to build,” Donna said. But that didn’t ...

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Nov 27, 2012 ... CLASS. WEIGHT. NAME. RESIDES. DATE SET. OPEN. 71.6. Donna Hadley. Delhi, NY. Nov. 2009. 45-49. 71.6. Donna Hadley. Delhi, NY. Nov.
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The Beauty Of 90210 (slideshow)
The Beauty of 90210 Fish Out Of Water by abby gardneras we all remember fondly, beverly hills 90210 began with the walsh family moving from snowy minnesota to sunny southern california. i always loved that brenda (shannen doherty) still embraced her dark hair and pale skin. well, except for that one disaster in the first season where she tried to go light upon mistakenly hearing that dylan mckay only liked blondes. Bang It Out bren's signature beauty look was her thick fringe. the girl loved her bangs and almost always wore her hair down. soften up some of those long layers and this style would still work today. and check out how pre-curve she was with the whole menswear trend. Addicted To Love this is the one moment that i remember brenda without bangs. she looks gorgeous ... and it also just happens to be one of my favorite episodes. the girls perform "breaking up is hard to do", with style choices obviously inspired by the robert palmer girls. brenda and dylan get back together by the end of the ep, so i guess he liked the change, too. Constant Companion shannen doherty, hot off a recent dancing with the stars appearance, really hasn't changed her look much over the years. the bangs are still there, just a little longer and sometimes parted in the middle. but she's still very brenda, and we'll always love her for that. The Good Girl perhaps no one went through more hair, makeup and clothing evolutions than miss donna martin (tori spelling). the series began with donna as the ditzy, naive, sweet (and, yes, virginal) beverly hills teen. her simple hairdos early on definitely reflected her personality. Party Time as the seasons progressed, donna started experimenting with her style ... though not with her boyfriends. this hairstyle is quite reminiscent of the infamous prom episode where the good girl gets drunk and almost doesn't get her diploma. though we wouldn't bring this one back now, we're forever grateful that the moment brought us the mantra, "donna martin graduates." Three's A Trend though there were always rumors of tension on the set, it seems that tori, shannen and jennie garth were in agreement about the popular opaque neutral lip that i fully attest to copying in high school. No Regrets? a trend that i hope to never see come back: tendrils like tori's here. if you attended any homecoming dance or prom in the early '90s, i'm pretty certain you'll agree with me ... and that you wore them, too. Showing Skin it might be possible to fully blame 90210 for the emergence of the tiny tee/bare midriff trend that swept the nation in the mid-'90s. also, super pale skin with dark lips was all the rage ... this can actually still look great if you pick the right shade. The Odd Couple perhaps the hairdressers on the show were trying to hammer home the difference between good girl donna and her bad boy love interest ray pruitt (jamie walters) by giving her a '50s flip? otherwise, the reasoning is rather unclear. A Darker Side donna (and tori, obviously) started to play with her hair color once the college years came around. but she always went back to blonde in between reds and browns. oh, the damage those chemicals must have done. Twist & Shout here's another darker shade that appeared on the show. but what's more interesting is all the twists and tiny pigtails that started popping up on donna martin's head. luckily, that trend didn't hit the big time. The Real Deal and look at tori today: donna martin did indeed graduate ... to mommyhood and reality show fame. i love the blunt, blonde bob. and those kids of hers are cute as can be. Poor Little Rich Girl kelly taylor (jennie garth) was a total bitchy rich girl when the show began. but, boy, was she pretty. she was the show's barbie doll and ultimate california girl. i can't even imagine how many wispy bangs were cut in homage. Decisions, Decisions kelly kept her signature long locks through high school, but like so many decided to make a change at some point in college, opting for a shorter bob. it's a much better choice for her, kind of like when she "chose herself" instead of deciding between brandon and dylan. Good Girl Gone Bad kelly taylor went through so many dramas on the show: cults, fires, pills, stealing her best friend's boyfriend (team brenda forever, over here!). but this chopped look will always remind me of the spiral into cocaine use. never had a character battling addiction looked so pretty. Happily Ever After and now we've realized that apparently jennie garth doesn't age. i mean, her husband, peter facinelli, does play a vampire in the twilight movies ... but still. this mother of three seriously looks better than ever. the hair color, the soft waves, the perfect skin. color us jealous. Geek Chic this is classic andrea zuckerman (gabrielle carteris). the editor of the west beverly blaze always saw herself as an outsider and the hair/makeup department played their role by giving her curly hair and glasses. of course, she was always totally cute, too. Fresh-Faced we haven't seen much of gabrielle since her short-lived post 90210 talk show. but from this shot, she looks pretty happy. and the lighter hair definitely suits her. A New Leaf when brenda walsh left town, the gang needed a saucy brunette to fill the void. enter pot-smoking, east coaster, valerie malone (tiffani thiessen). she stirred up lots of trouble with her bronze skin and extra shiny, choppy layered cut. it was a far cry from her saved by the bell days and style. All Grown Up new mom tiffani looks gorgeous with her darker hair and side swept bangs. plus, she's wearing the new smoky eye that we are obsessed with right now. With This Ring(let) before her stint on 90210 as dylan's ill-fated wife toni marchette, i knew two things for certain about rebecca gayheart (seen here with then boyfriend brett ratner): she was "the noxzema girl," and i coveted her curls. seriously, they're perfect, right? Luck Be A Lady things turned out pretty well for rebecca. she's still got perfect curls, is married to mcsteamy (eric dane) and has a new baby girl. well played, noxzema girl. well played. Spiked Out you all remember emily valentine (christine elise), right? the wild girl who took brandon walsh to a rave, spiked his drink with "u4ea" and later burns down the gang's homecoming float. her short 'do was thing that best set her apart from the "good" girls. Soft Touch wild child no more, it seems for christine when it comes to her style. heck, she's even wearing flowers in her hair. Back In The Day when the cast met the actress playing steve sanders' new girlfriend, single mom carly reynolds (hilary swank), they probably never thought they were working with a future academy award winner. carly was a waitress so her hair and makeup were never fussy or very beverly hills, much like the actress herself at the time (pictured with then husband chad lowe). Sitting Pretty two oscars, and many big paychecks later, hilary is definitely the most acclaimed former cast member. but really her style hasn't changed that much and we love that about her. Here Comes Trouble gina kincaid (vanessa marcil) was the third raven-haired regular to wreak havoc on the male hearts of 90210 arriving. sadly, she was one of the few exotic beauties to infiltrate the close-knit bunch. but vanessa herself apparently made an impression on original cast member brian austin green (david silver). the two had a long relationship and even have a son together. Brenda, Redux vanessa's good looks have obviously not wavered over the years. and just recently she brought them back to general hospital, the show that made her famous before 90210 in the role of brenda barrett.
Real Housewives of New Jersey: The Curious Incident of the Dogs in the Nighttime [Recap]
&video;&security; Well. Last night was quite a doozy of an episode, was it not? Complete with hair-pulling and heel-breaking and police lights flashing blue and lonely outside the high-class North Jersey Country Club. Let's sift through the wreckage.If you'll remember from last week: Danielle, Jacqueline, Teresa, the two festerskeletons known as the Kims, and various other ghouls and goblins of Joisee had descended like whining black banshees on the gabled roofs of the Country Club for a fashion show fundraiser. There had been much barking and burping about whether Jacqueline & Teresa should be in the same room as Danielle, who has a persecution complex so bad she thinks that anyone who's ever looked at her wants to kill her. (To be fair, many some do.) Eventually everyone decided that despite the totes awkwardness of the whole situation, it was sweet, sweet camera time that none of them could, in good conscience, turn down. So there it was. Observe the daughters of Ulster marching toward the Somme. (Or whatever.) An ominous hum of dread filled the air. Drinks were sloshed, faraway insults hurled, the fashion show happened, it was over. Everyone had made it out alive. Well, almost. They almost made it out. As Danielle made her way for the door with her bedraggled and lurching entourage, she heard a familiar nasally voice say "Danielle?" The bug queen whipped around and there were Teresa and Jacqueline sitting in giant armchairs, a huge fireplace crackling sinisterly behind them. "Just wanted to say hi..." Teresa droned. And that was all it took. Venom started shooting out of every pore in Danielle's exoskeleton. Teresa's eyes turned black and her skin glowed bright, bright orange. These two battlebugs were getting into fighting mode and there was nothing to do at this point. Jacqueline clutched her rosary beads. At a producer's request, one of the other women in attendance lowered a large wooden plank across the door. No one would be getting out or in. This had to end here. So the girls screamed bitch at each other and Danielle tried to act frightened and attacked and, well, OK, maybe at this point I would feel a little frightened, mostly because Teresa has the mental capacity of a four year old and four year olds are often known to kick and bite and scratch. But really there was no reason for Danielle to be afraid, surrounded as she was by her millions of beautiful and competent bodyguards. Plus, if she felt so threatened, all she had to do was leave! Which is what she did. She ran tearing down the hallway, weeping and wailing, limping because of a broken heel (what cheap ass shoes are you wearing, lady?), yelling "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!" At this point all of the other women of the party the Donnas, the Maries, the Tinas, the Tammies had heard the distinctive cry of a New Jersey housewife scuffle, so they all ran out of the fashion show room with their cameras in hand to see the action. From Danielle's crazed perspective, this made it seem like "200 people" were attacking her. Danielle was going to be torn limb from limb by an angry pitchfork mob. Oh Danielle! Why is she accursed so! Teresa meanwhile was stomping toward Danielle with grim determination, shoulder-slamming her way past all manner of people in her single-minded mission to say more shit to Danielle. When the two women got to the barred door, they both used their insane camera-induced adrenalin strength to slam right through it. Teresa got caught up in the crush of ladies trying to fill the newly created vacuum, while Danielle stood by a wall, a huddle of protectors surrounding her, and moaned and sobbed and shrieked. "I can't breathe! I can't breathe!" she said, in a Cable Ace Award-worthy performance. She couldn't breathe! She couldn't breathe! This was the worst thing that had ever happened to anyone, a fight at a country club. Someone who has been in a scary car accident and talks to the police afterward to tell them what has happened and can breathe? They have not been in a country club fight. People who go to war and are ambushed and yell orders to each other to keep as many of their guys (and gals) alive, and do so while being able to breathe? They have never known the horror and torment of being yelled at at a country club. Last night Danielle suffered truly the greatest psychological torture, abuse, and indignity that a white woman in the Northeastern United States in the year 2010 can suffer. Danielle was yelled at at a country club and now she couldn't breathe, was sobbing and moaning, was attended to by physicians, roused with smelling salts, slapped like a blue newborn. It was all they could do to save her. "We're losing her...!!" a doctor said sternly as Danielle's poor innocent deer eyes rolled back in her cranium and she began to involuntarily mutter last rites over herself. Things were looking final. But then the moment passed and Danielle found her breath again. Her eyes fluttered back into place and everyone rejoiced and praised their god Zoroaster and Danielle said "Let's go! Let's go! I feel another attack coming on!" Though she meant a personal breath-attack, indeed an attack of a different nature was looming. As she turned with her posse to leave, a hand reached out of the crowd, a single plump orange paw, and grabbed Danielle's hair, twined its porky fingers into her extensions and, with a sickening rending sound, tore them from her head. "Yooiiinkkkkkk!!!" it went as Danielle's head flew back and the bulbous fingered fleshsack held its new bounty up in triumph. Only then could we see the owner of the hand, looking glassy eyed and insolent. It was Bouffant, Jacqueline's Danielle-warring daughter! Ohhhh no Bouffant! You have committed weaveicide, a grave crime in this and any other part of the world. To force a woman to reveal that she wears weave... it is just the direst of cruelties and debasements. Danielle, of course, let out a piercing shriek and ran faster for her car, once again blubbering and heaving, so overcome with rage and sadness and mania was she. Eventually she couldn't walk and had to be carried Bodyguard-style the rest of the way. It was so harrowing and yet... romantic? "They need to be arrested! I'm having all of them arrested!" she howled in Debbie Reynolds' car. "She took my real hair! Some of that was real hair!" For their part, Teresa and Jacqueline tried to approach the black car to talk to Danielle, for very different reasons, but of course Danielle would not see them. She was very worried they were going to kill her. She was very, very concerned that they would murder her because that would make complete sense. You know what is worth spending the rest of your life in jail? Murdering Danielle Staub. You're really accomplishing something by getting rid of her, you know? Danielle Staub matters so much in this world that it is worth risking your immortal soul to rub her out. Yes, Danielle. Everyone is abusing and trying to murder you, because they're so very invested in everything that you're doing. What you're doing right now is yowling in the back of a car and saying you want to go home when you keep not, in fact, going home. Well, that was partly not Danielle's fault. She was in Debbie Reynolds' car but Debbie Reynolds refused to leave. Oh no, she was loving this too much. With Danielle safely stowed away, she could play double agent. She could sidle up to the other girls and shake her head and try to Figure Things Out. She even talked to Teresa! What a traitor. Ohhh the two Kims (Debbie is one of the Kims in case you're not following) were soooo happy to be involved in this, weren't they? You could just tell. They all went back inside to hash things out and the two Kims stood there glowing, feeling part of the inner circle, all the other ladies that they used to be, Donnas Tinas Maries Tammies, hovering on the peripheral. The Kims were not them that night. No, they had risen ranks, were sitting at a table with Teresa and company. Ohh this was what making it feels like! And all that had to happen to get there was Danielle having her head removed by angry Bouffant. That's all! Jacqueline found out what her daughter had done, and rightly screamed her out of the scene. Bouffant was trying insolently to get in on the action and approach Danielle's car, but Jacqs was all "Oh hellllll no, you go home! You are a child! Go home! Go home!" Of course Bouffant didn't go home right away. She stayed there in time for the police to get there. Yes, Danielle sobbed over several 911 calls and demanded that the entire police squad of North Jersey come and rescue her. "They tore my hair and made me run and break a heel, so yes, I think they should all be arrested, every last one of them." The funniest thing about when she was on the phone with the police was that she said "Hi, yes, this is Danielle Staub," as if the police would be like "Ms. Staub! Certainly, we'll send the commissioner himself! Oh goodness Ms. Staub, I know this is highly inappropriate, but may I just say... I am a huge fan." She really said it as if people were going to recognize her name. No, Danielle. You're just some crazy drunk lady calling 911 about a weave attack. That is all. Not a fabulous celebrity, persecuted by jealous and evil nobodies. Just a lady weeping in a car and calling four police cars because a teenager grabbed at your weave. I don't know. I'm not a geologist (professionally), but I think that might be rock bottom. "Yes, police? Weave." Sigh. Anyway, the police came and everyone farted out their stories, including Bouffant, who said terrific things like "Well I grabbed her weave and not her real hair, so technically I didn't touch her." Which was such a masterful bit of legal semantics! Bouffant is so clever. The policeman, dazzled by her wit and beauty, let her go. She drove off in her big black tumor of a car and disappeared scot-free into the Jerseyian night. In fact, everyone did. Everyone piled into their cars and that was that, the noise died down. The Donnas and Tinas and Maries and Tammies looked around, shrugged their shoulders, decided they'd go home too, they guessed. That was that. Oh but it wasn't over! Of course it wasn't over. There was, of course, fallout. First, everyone had to retell the story. Jacqueline and Teresa went over to Caroline's to relate their side of the tale, while Danielle went out to the tool shed, kicked a sleeping bag lying on the dirt floor and said "C'mon, get up, I gotta tell you something," and then a few minutes later a tired-looking Scraps walked into the kitchen and said "The fuck's goin' on?" It was like watching Rashomon, with competing narratives describing the same event but in different ways. In Teresa and Jacqueline's recounting, it was all crocodile tears and dramatics. In Danielle's version, she was walking out of the fashion event in her beautiful white gown, kissing babies and petting small rabbits, when all of a sudden Teresa and Bouffant jumped out of a closet and attacked her with knives, shrieking "Why can't we be as pretty as you, Danielle? Why can't we be as pretty as you??" In this version Danielle then said "Please, take my life, but spare my bodyguards in return." And the bodyguards were so touched by her sacrifice that they screwed up their courage and dragged the barely alive Danielle, sweet heroic Danielle, out to the car. It was a harrowing tale. And was, duh, completely accurate!! As evidence of the injustices and pains she'd suffered, Danielle showed us, the audience at home, the clump of hair that was stolen from her head. (How did she get it back? Didn't Bouffant have it?) And, uh... the clump she held up? Was A) clearly not real hair and B) not even the same color as the hair on Danielle's head. Like, not remotely. It was a light kind of chestnut brown. Danielle has never had hair that color. So I have no idea where she got this clump of weave, but I suspect there's another lady sitting in another car somewhere dialing other police because she too has been victim of a terrible, soul-shattering drive-by deweaving. So both sides told their stories and then it was time to begin the moving on process. Danielle's first, crucial step was to call her energist. Hm, what's that? You've never heard of an energist? Wow! Next thing you're gonna tell me is that you've never heard of an essenceist or a dispositiontologist! These are very important medical-spiritual specialists who do necessary things with their clients. An energist is probably at the top of that ladder, the brain surgeon to an attitudinist's GP. Danielle really needed to seek her counsel and boy was the energist helpful. She said "Do you mind if I call Jacqueline and get all these energies sorted out?" Danielle wasn't sure about this but, OK, she gave her Jacqueline's number. Ohhhh you sneaky fucking energist! You just wanted to have more time on the show, didn't you!! Some energists are clever, some are kind, and some are sneaky. This is a sneaky energist. Beware! So Jacqueline was sitting in her car outside of Posche for some reason ("Here, spend a night in the beautiful new Posche Raccoon, it gets three sleep minutes per hour!") and her phone rang and, yep, it was the energist. "Hi," the lady cooed. "I'm sort of Danielle's personal trainer for her spirit," she said in all seriousness. Jacqueline's eyes rolled so hard there was the sound of a bowling alley in her skull. "OK, uh, what do you want?" The energist wanted Jacqueline to lie still and quiet and cleanse all the energies that are bad for Jacqueline and Danielle because of energies that are bad, in the world there are energies, psychic and other energies, and you need to cleanse them Jacqueline, for Danielle. Why exactly was Jacqueline supposed to do energistic work for Danielle's betterment? It just didn't make any sense. Jacqueline wanted to know how long Danielle had been seeing this quack, but the woman upheld the deeply valued energist-client privilege and did not reveal anything about her client. She did, however, titter a little bit at the end when Jacqueline, who had just been playing games on her iPhone the whole time, said "Could you work a little harder on Danielle?" The energist did giggle at that. Because, yeah, Danielle's awful, everyone secretly thinks it. The energist, Kim G. Oh Danielle. You are let down by everyone always. Even the Weave Police won't arrest anyone. Even them. Even them. That important work done, Jacqueline decided to head home and deal with Bouffant. Something needed to be done about this weave-pulling fiasco. So she put on her best blue leopard-print pajama sweatshirt and told Bouffant to put on her favorite pink zebra-print pajamas, and they had a very serious conference in the Sleeptime Safari room. Jacqueline wanted La Bouff to can it with all the Facebooking and antagonizing. Danielle is clearly an emotionally shattered woman who thinks everyone's out to get her, so maybe it would be best to not prove her right by being out to get her. Bouffant did not like this. Bouffant shook her alarmingly hat-free head and said "Whatevurh." This was her sadistically cliched teen response to everything. "Whatevurh." Jacqueline shook her head. In a far off room, the baby cried. She went to tend to it, leaving an opening for Papa Jacqui to enter and speak with his daughter. "You fucked up." "Whatevurh." "Are you gonna be able to pay for a lawyer and court fees?" "No. Whatevurh." "Why don't you quit the sassmouth before I throw you out of here." "Whatevurh." It was just most infuriating thing on the planet. She is the worst teenager I've seen on TV in a long, long time. I just hate how she's playing up for the cameras she can't give in to her parents because then her fans will think she's weak and childish and not cool, she needs to be above it and over it and just like, ohmgod, so Hills about it. Except on The Hills, as bad as those clownmonsters are, they don't go around ripping fake hair out of 50-year-old ladies' heads. That's not something they do on that show. So Bouffant is shooting herself in the hoof most of the time. If you don't act like a complete trashbucket idiot half the time, you won't have to spend the other half saying "Whatevurh" when confronted with your trashbucket ways! It's not hard math. Well, maybe for Bouffant it is hard. Maybe for her. In the end Papa Jacqui said "There is to be no more anything about Danielle from you ever again. Otherwise, I'm kicking you out of the house." No posting "last night was unbeWEAVEable" on your Facebook anymore, Bouffant. Or else. Will she be able to restrain herself? Will she backslide? We'll have to... WATCH WHAT HAPPENS. [gunshot] There was a scene of Teresa telling her husband Bulldawg the story, and he nodded and asked why Bouffz had pulled the hair and Teresa said that the girl thought her mom had been hit. "Don't you think Zeppolina would go after some lady if I got hit?" Bulldawg nodded again, a small, proud smile on his face. "Yes, yes I do." And he was so happy. Because it was true. Because that is what these people value. Toughness. Victory. Nothing else. Teresa and Bulldawg drank wine, wanting to jump all over each other. They played pool and Teresa accentuated her "Clevelage" to distract her husband. Ah Clevelage. Drew Carey's favorite town. Other than the fight stuff, we had our beautiful griffin god Albie dealing with his shameful law school problems. Well, they're not that shameful, mostly because he's managed (or tried, at least) to flip the script and make it all the school's fault. He went to his lawyer and laid out his case, saying that his learning disability had been ignored and discounted, that he was the victim of so very much. Caroline was so proud of him! Albie was playing the victim just like Whoa, wait? Just like... Danielle. Did they not see this parallel? Did they not find those two strings hanging in the dark and realize that they must be tied together? Albie has a bit of a persecution complex when it comes to law school! How about that. For all of his honeycomb good looks and that goopy caramel smear of a smile, Albie feels embarrassed, which then makes him act cornered and insulted. He went to speak with his lawyer about getting kicked out of school for bad grades. Oh, Albie. What are we to make of you after that? What are we to think when you later say "I'm no pussy." (You are allowed to say this on Bravo now?) Shouldn't one accept the fact that one couldn't hack it at Seton Hall and got asked to leave because of bad grades, rather than seeing a lawyer and blaming the learning disorder? If you blame it now, you're going to have to blame it for the rest of your life. Do you really want those water buckets on your shoulders? I think not, my dear crme brle prince (all eggy and hard on the outside). I think not. I worry for you. I see the sad daggers in Caroline's eyes, and I worry for you. Look at Danielle! A life of blaming other things. An existence held together by gum and excuses. An entire story of attacks and slights. No one wants that. How lonely and weird, how bald. Attacked at a country club. Betrayed by your energist. Let down by the Weave Police. I think it might be time to pack bags and move on, dear Beverly. I think your time in Franklin Lakes has met its end. What more is there to do? You have sat weeping in the back of another person's (a Judas too!) chauffeured automobile and you have called 911 because of weave. That means it's time. See the signs in the energist's Snapple tea leaves, dear Danielle. Feel the wind change as you drive in your Posche Meerkat convertible. The elements are trying to tell you something. They are. Maybe it is your duty to do one last thing, Danielle, and then you should leave. Should you walk into a bar and see a weeping lion angel sitting hunched over an appletini, should it be Albie, should you go over to him and find yourself saying, despite yourself, cigarette smoke curling through your acrylic hair, "What's the matter?" And should he say "My learning disability and the mean old school say I can't be a lawyer." Should all that happen, you must put your hand on his and stroke it with that long talon thumb of yours, and say "Baby, it's too long a life to sit in the backseat asking 'Where am I going?', to keep blaming the bus for missing your stop. Hey, I should know, huh?" You say that to him, Danielle, for it would be the right thing to say. And you take him and treat him good when you lead him out behind the bar and you make tender, blameless love to each other up against the wall and he sobs the whole time. You pat his head when you are done, you say "See you when... Well, I'll just see you." And you get in your car and you leave him behind, imbued with a strange new confidence, and you drive your convertible faster and faster, the skyline of the great big city fading to pebble size behind you, the moonlight new and bright, your hair feeling full and free, remarkably weightless, gloriously untugged. &hl;&fs;&fmt; Photo and video credit goes to Ms. Brian Moylan, of the Housewives Institute.
Emmy Nominees That We Can Only Dream Of [Beautiful Awards]
Emmy Award nominations will be announced tomorrow morning. They do a really crappy job of rewarding the best in television, so we thought we'd call out some great people who will never get nominated in a million years. Just remember, last year Family Guy was nominated for Best Comedy and Two and a Half Men actually took home a trophy. Do Emmy voters realize that there is actual quality programming on the air, not just the crap they perpetually give trophies to? Unfortunately it tends to be the same few shows rewarded year after year, no matter how good or bad they are. Shit, Kelsey Grammar was nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy last year and Frasier hasn't been on since 2004. Here is a list of actors (and one host) who shouldn't expect a phone call tomorrow morning, but to whom we would happily give both a nomination and a trophy if we could. Brian's Picks Cat Deeley host of So You Think You Can Dance: Yes, Jeff Probst is great and Heidi Klum is never out of style, but how is it that every year Cat Deeley is overlooked in the Best Reality Show Host category? Not only is she stately, gorgeous, and British, but she's caring and nurturing to the contestants in a way that doesn't come off as fake, and she can disagree with the judges without making it all about herself. She could really teach perpetual nominee Ryan Seacrest a thing or two. Khandi Alexander on Treme: This show about post-Katrina New Orleans was only so-so in its debut season, but the ensemble was stellar every week. No one was better than Alexander as the tough and tortured LaDonna who hunted for her convict brother who was lost in the storm and lied to her family about all sorts of things, large and small. Matthew Fox on Lost: The much showier roles of John Locke and Benjamin Linus always get the attention and the (deserved) nominations. This is the Emmys' last chance to recognize Fox's understated but moving portrayal or Dr. Jack Shepard, a man who literally went to hell and back during the final season. And he looks really good with his shirt off. That deserves something! Keir Gilchrist on United States of Tara: Yes, we have a weakness for gay teens, but while Emmy winner Toni Collette is chewing up the scenes as the multiple personality star of the show, the silent rage inside her gay son Marshall is building and building. In the least showy role on this series, he always manages to stand out. Merritt Weaver on Nurse Jackie: We have a hard time believing this show is a comedy. Yes, we laugh at every episode, but the drama that star Edie Falco brings to the title role makes it overwrought at times. It's Weaver who always brings in the laughs as ditzy do-gooding nurse Zoe, energizing every scene and upstaging her far more experienced costars. Eva Longoria Parker on Desperate Housewives: This show isn't as good as it used to be and we don't even watch it any more so we don't know how good she was last season, but Parker has always been this show's secret weapon. She does a sassy diva better than almost anyone on television and still manages to be likable, which is more than we can say for some of the other characters on the show. And, strangely enough, with a killer body like hers, her comedic timing is always her best asset. Anyone but Neil Patrick Harris on How I Met Your Mother: We would marry NPH if we could (and he wanted us), but he gets all this attention for a show that's nothing if not an ensemble. How about a little bit of love for the rest of this cast, or the show as a whole? It may not be the coolest thing on the tube, but is good for a dependable laugh. Busy Philipps on Cougar Town: I do not want to admit I watch Cougar Town. I do not want to admit I like Cougar Town. I do not want to say that if Philipps' wacky Laurie doesn't get nominated that I am going to kick Emmy voters asses all the way to Cougar Town. But, yeah, all of those things. Lily Tomlin on Damages: On this FX show's best season yet we had a ton of big movie stars doing great things with plum roles. No one was better than Lily Tomlin as a shrewd Ruth Madoff-esque Ponzi schemer's wife. Oh wait, a big movie star taking chances on TV? Nevermind, she's a lock for a nomination. Richard's Picks Jonathan Banks on Breaking Bad: One of the best things about this brilliant show's face-meltingly good third season was the increased presence of Mike, the creepy ex-cop and go-to ice man for the Southwest's most ruthless drug dealer (the also wonderful Giancarlo Esposito). Sure, Banks' grimly efficient murder/rescue scene was terrific to watch and Banks played the weary ordinariness of such a bloody task perfectly but it was Banks' haunting and foreboding monologue about "half measures" that really delivered. Banks' performance is subtle and devious, lovable and terrifying. Give this man some hardware. Christine Baranski on The Good Wife: Just like Brian is loath to admit that he watches Old Lady Land or whatever that show is, I must reluctantly confess that I have often curled up under my self-knitted afghan with a mug of herbal tea (held with both hands) and watched an episode of this surprisingly sharp CBS legallady lovejam. And Baranski is at her imperial best as the head of a brusquely corporate Chicago law firm. She's doing her usual steely Baranski shtick (her other mode is drunken-manic society doyenne), but who cares if it's a little familiar. She's totally firecrackers at it and gives the sometimes lethargic show reliable shots of energy. Her romance with Gary Cole's character was especially odd and enjoyable. Matt Ross on Big Love: On an erratic and disastrously overstuffed season, we could at least always rely on Ross' Alby Grant to bring not just the creep factor but a wrenching and painful humanity to every scene. His tortured love affair with an equally deeply closeted Mormon official was a marvel of passion and torment, and Ross never went for the obvious notes he never played cheaply to our simplest sympathies, rather he kept us hating Alby while sneakily demanding a strange kind of pity. Ross has been a standout on the show since the first season, but this was really his year to shine. This series is mostly about the three ladies, yes, but given its increasingly large (and strong! give Mary Kay Place an award too please!) ensemble, someone should get plucked from its ranks and singled out for giving the show its muscle. Why not Alby? Charlie Day on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The weird, wild heart of the funniest show on television, Charlie Day plays gonzo slacker as only he can. While the series floundered a bit in its fourth season (in 2008), it came roaring back to life with a wonderfully out-there fifth, with Day as the tattered drum-beater leading the way. Really only two words need to be written to explain why Day (and the rest of the show) deserves all the awards: Kitten mittens. Lisa Kudrow on Web Therapy: Sure it's on the internet and each episode is only a few minutes long. But she's hysterical on it and it would be a good way to keep apologizing for the untimely demise of The Comeback. [Late Addition!] Connie Britton on Friday Night Lights: Oops, totally forgot to mention this perpetually overlooked performance (ironic, huh?). Though the show has weakened a little bit in its move to East Dillon, Britton remains as sturdy and beguiling a performer as you're likely to find on television. She's saddled with a deceptively hard task playing a genuinely good person but she adds so many layers of shading and nuance that the character, who could become flat and drab in a lesser actor's hands, is so wonderfully and impossibly (this is scripted television, after all) alive. There's more intelligence in one of Britton's small changes in facial expression than there is in an entire season's worth of, say, perpetual nominee Mariska Hargitay's work. Those are our picks. Who do you think will be undeservedly ignored tomorrow morning? [Top image via Getty]
Emmy Nominees That We Can Only Dream Of [Beautiful Awards]
Emmy Award nominations will be announced tomorrow morning. They do a really crappy job of rewarding the best in television, so we thought we'd call out some great people who will never get nominated in a million years. Just remember, last year Family Guy was nominated for Best Comedy and Two and a Half Men actually took home a trophy. Do Emmy voters realize that there is actual quality programming on the air, not just the crap they perpetually give trophies to? Unfortunately it tends to be the same few shows rewarded year after year, no matter how good or bad they are. Shit, Kelsey Grammar was nominated for Best Actor in a Comedy last year and Frasier hasn't been on since 2004. Here is a list of actors (and one host) who shouldn't expect a phone call tomorrow morning, but to whom we would happily give both a nomination and a trophy if we could. Brian's Picks Cat Deeley host of So You Think You Can Dance: Yes, Jeff Probst is great and Heidi Klum is never out of style, but how is it that every year Cat Deeley is overlooked in the Best Reality Show Host category? Not only is she stately, gorgeous, and British, but she's caring and nurturing to the contestants in a way that doesn't come off as fake, and she can disagree with the judges without making it all about herself. She could really teach perpetual nominee Ryan Seacrest a thing or two. Khandi Alexander on Treme: This show about post-Katrina New Orleans was only so-so in its debut season, but the ensemble was stellar every week. No one was better than Alexander as the tough and tortured LaDonna who hunted for her convict brother who was lost in the storm and lied to her family about all sorts of things, large and small. Matthew Fox on Lost: The much showier roles of John Locke and Benjamin Linus always get the attention and the (deserved) nominations. This is the Emmys' last chance to recognize Fox's understated but moving portrayal or Dr. Jack Shepard, a man who literally went to hell and back during the final season. And he looks really good with his shirt off. That deserves something! Keir Gilchrist on United States of Tara: Yes, we have a weakness for gay teens, but while Emmy winner Toni Collette is chewing up the scenes as the multiple personality star of the show, the silent rage inside her gay son Marshall is building and building. In the least showy role on this series, he always manages to stand out. Merritt Weaver on Nurse Jackie: We have a hard time believing this show is a comedy. Yes, we laugh at every episode, but the drama that star Edie Falco brings to the title role makes it overwrought at times. It's Weaver who always brings in the laughs as ditzy do-gooding nurse Zoe, energizing every scene and upstaging her far more experienced costars. Eva Longoria Parker on Desperate Housewives: This show isn't as good as it used to be and we don't even watch it any more so we don't know how good she was last season, but Parker has always been this show's secret weapon. She does a sassy diva better than almost anyone on television and still manages to be likable, which is more than we can say for some of the other characters on the show. And, strangely enough, with a killer body like hers, her comedic timing is always her best asset. Anyone but Neil Patrick Harris on How I Met Your Mother: We would marry NPH if we could (and he wanted us), but he gets all this attention for a show that's nothing if not an ensemble. How about a little bit of love for the rest of this cast, or the show as a whole? It may not be the coolest thing on the tube, but is good for a dependable laugh. Busy Philipps on Cougar Town: I do not want to admit I watch Cougar Town. I do not want to admit I like Cougar Town. I do not want to say that if Philipps' wacky Laurie doesn't get nominated that I am going to kick Emmy voters asses all the way to Cougar Town. But, yeah, all of those things. Lily Tomlin on Damages: On this FX show's best season yet we had a ton of big movie stars doing great things with plum roles. No one was better than Lily Tomlin as a shrewd Ruth Madoff-esque Ponzi schemer's wife. Oh wait, a big movie star taking chances on TV? Nevermind, she's a lock for a nomination. Richard's Picks Jonathan Banks on Breaking Bad: One of the best things about this brilliant show's face-meltingly good third season was the increased presence of Mike, the creepy ex-cop and go-to ice man for the Southwest's most ruthless drug dealer (the also wonderful Giancarlo Esposito). Sure, Banks' grimly efficient murder/rescue scene was terrific to watch and Banks played the weary ordinariness of such a bloody task perfectly but it was Banks' haunting and foreboding monologue about "half measures" that really delivered. Banks' performance is subtle and devious, lovable and terrifying. Give this man some hardware. Christine Baranski on The Good Wife: Just like Brian is loath to admit that he watches Old Lady Land or whatever that show is, I must reluctantly confess that I have often curled up under my self-knitted afghan with a mug of herbal tea (held with both hands) and watched an episode of this surprisingly sharp CBS legallady lovejam. And Baranski is at her imperial best as the head of a brusquely corporate Chicago law firm. She's doing her usual steely Baranski shtick (her other mode is drunken-manic society doyenne), but who cares if it's a little familiar. She's totally firecrackers at it and gives the sometimes lethargic show reliable shots of energy. Her romance with Gary Cole's character was especially odd and enjoyable. Matt Ross on Big Love: On an erratic and disastrously overstuffed season, we could at least always rely on Ross' Alby Grant to bring not just the creep factor but a wrenching and painful humanity to every scene. His tortured love affair with an equally deeply closeted Mormon official was a marvel of passion and torment, and Ross never went for the obvious notes he never played cheaply to our simplest sympathies, rather he kept us hating Alby while sneakily demanding a strange kind of pity. Ross has been a standout on the show since the first season, but this was really his year to shine. This series is mostly about the three ladies, yes, but given its increasingly large (and strong! give Mary Kay Place an award too please!) ensemble, someone should get plucked from its ranks and singled out for giving the show its muscle. Why not Alby? Charlie Day on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The weird, wild heart of the funniest show on television, Charlie Day plays gonzo slacker as only he can. While the series floundered a bit in its fourth season (in 2008), it came roaring back to life with a wonderfully out-there fifth, with Day as the tattered drum-beater leading the way. Really only two words need to be written to explain why Day (and the rest of the show) deserves all the awards: Kitten mittens. Lisa Kudrow on Web Therapy: Sure it's on the internet and each episode is only a few minutes long. But she's hysterical on it and it would be a good way to keep apologizing for the untimely demise of The Comeback. Those are our picks. Who do you think will be undeservedly ignored tomorrow morning? [Top image via Getty]
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