Yesterday, Ava and C.I. wrote "TV: No low is too low for NBC" and noted that Matthew Perry's Go On (NBC) is not really the show to give an official debut to on September 11th. That's so disgusting.
As far as I'm concerned, the network is mocking September 11th with their little programming stunt.
I thought NBC had done enough harm when they pretty much destroyed this year's Olympics but I just didn't know.
They're going to mock people grieving the deahts of loved ones and they're going to do it on September 11th.
NBC is so trashy. It's practically Fox back in the 80s when Fox tried to be trashy.
And Ava and C.I. are much kinder than I am. They're giving the network the benefit of the doubt. I'm not. Look at the ad -- September 11th is on it twice (if you only see it once, click on the image above). Don't tell me no one noticed it.
And I'll call out Matthew Perry as well because if that ass had any decency he would have told NBC, "You can't air the show's official debut on September 11th. In fact, the whole premise of this show is such that it shouldn't be on September 11th."
At Third yesterday, there were two features on Gloria Steinem:
The first one was written by Ava, C.I., Ann, Elaine, Betty and Ruth. If you don't like the order, blame me. I insisted Ava and C.I. had to be first (no one disagreed) and then we drew for the order after. When Ann came in next, I thought, "S**t, I should have said that," that she should be third because she's got a feature with Ava and C.I. in two weeks.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"
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