Oscar Night Through Vodka Goggles

Altas’ Juggs live-blogs the Academy Awards show — and only makes it through the first hour.

I usually avoid leftarded “award” shows like the plague but my girls are insisting I watch with them so here I am checking out the brainless “leaping out of their limos.”

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“Alan Arkin is my idol,”Steve Carol (sp) of Little Miss Sunshine …oy

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Penelope Cruz is the bomb, what a dress! She still can’t talk – how many years in this country?

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Next train wreck, Eddie Murphy – attending with some totally hot fookin babe. Left his predilection for the little boys at home eh?

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DeGeneres is hosting. My kids want to know why Ellen DeGeneres is dressed like a man. “Why is she always dressed like a man?” I am saying nothing.

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Peter O’Toole looks like Bernie (weekend at Bernies).

Al Gore gets rabble rousing applause.

It’s a sad Little show. Going to walk Dagny, Will missing nothing I am sure.

Came back. Giving out awards now.

UGH. Of course short film win. Ari Sandel for WEST BANK STORY. Those cute cuddly Palis.
I’m done. It’s one schmuck after another.

4 thoughts on “Oscar Night Through Vodka Goggles

  1. virgotex says:

    “but my girls are insisting I watch with them ”
    she talkin’ about her boobs or her kids?
    fuck.her.

  2. pansypoo says:

    oh MY GOD, she has spawn????
    OH THE HUMANITY!
    leftards. doesn’t she know ritards works ever so much better.

  3. Robert Earle says:

    What’s wrong with Alan Arkin beng somebody’s hero?
    Trivia time: Did you know that Alan Arkin is credited as one of the writers of “The Banana Boat Song” (aka “Day-o” you know, Harry Belafonte, “Daylight come and me wanna go home”)
    Note the careful wording: I didn’t say he wrote it, I said he’s credited as writing it. As a member of a folk group called The Tarriers, who’s version of the song went to #4 on the Billboard charts in 1957 – Belafonte’s version only made it to #5, at the same time in ’57 – Arkin and the other Tarriers are credited as ‘songwriters’ because they mixed together “Day-o” with another Jamaican folk song (the name of which escapes me), thus creating a ‘new’ song and garnering the songwriting credit. Hey, royalties are royalties.

  4. pansypoo says:

    hey, he was in the best In-Laws. SERPENTINE SHELDON!

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