Jon and I just watched the season finale of "Grey's Anatomy". Oh my God, it was just too intense. I can't handle it. Well, I can but gosh, all that suspense in the O.R. , the dying patients, dying dogs, love triangles and bullets flying, it's too much when it's a two hour show. What I don't get is that Bush was supposed to speak tonight. Did they not pre-empt the season finale of Grey's Anatomy because they knew the women of this country would revolt? Maybe he spoke earlier than 8:30 when I tuned in.
the view because Rosie O'Donnell does not = Meredith Vieira. It's true! Think about it, Rosie is going to throw the whole balance off. You see, Meredith is kind of the analytical leader. She brings up the news headlines, plays a little devil's advocate and tells the other chicks to shut up for a minute so they can go to a commercial break. Rosie won't be like that. She's all about the jokes, that's Joy Behar's job for god's sake! Rosie will make jokes, not seriously bring up news topics. On top of that, I can see her being very forceful with her opinion, almost like a bully. Meredith, she had a nice way of presented both sides of a debate to jog the minds of the viewers. The worst part, I LIKE STAR JONES! I don't want Star to leave! It's rumored that Rosie said she would only accept the position of co-host at the View if Star would leave. Rosie butts heads with Star, actually, a lot of people like to hate Star, but whatever, I think it's just player hating. Star has a law degree, good for her, who cares if she bring it up. More power to her! I don't care if she doesn't want to admit that she had gastric bypass. It's her business, not mine. She has a right to keep what she wants private. She had a big, girlie wedding. Awesome! I won't judge her for that, if she has the money, then why not? Star is an assertive, successful woman and some people can't stand that. I also like Star because she can admit her mistakes. Like today, she said that over the weekend she went down to Virginia for her Paw-paw's 90th Birthday. She brought her little dog Pinky and on the way out of the party her hubby, Al said: "where's the baby?". And Star was like "Oh my God! I left her under the table!" But you know what? Star was able to admit that on national television and went on to state that she "wasn't ready yet for children". I think that's great. So please, please, you ABC execs out there; I love Star Jones-Reynolds and so should you! Please don't let Ms. O'Donnell mess up the view's carefully balanced ying-yang and please don't force Star to go. Thank you.