120 Seconds

If you could only watch a couple of minutes of T.V a week I would highly suggest the last 2 minutes of Scrubs. This has to be the most insightful time of the week; there is always a lesson to be learned and this lesson is told in the most creative way. Forget Oprah or Dr. Phil, you will learn all you need to know about life from J.D…that’s John Dorian for all you non watchers. I am so sad that this is Zach Braff’s last year playing the endearing character of J.D., now who will I learn from.  I suggest that they take those last 2 minutes of the past 8 years the show has been on and make a movie from it – I predict it would be a hit. The best part of these 2 minutes is that when it comes on you just have to listen, I don’t know how they do it but it’s lures you like a snake to its charmer. One week they used the theme of The Wizard of Oz (that was my favorite episode so far) and last night they used Sesame Street. If you don’t watch Scrubs it is not too late to start, you can always watch re-runs. I would have to think if everyone watched this show the world may be a kinder place. Here are both endings, The Wizard of Oz and Sesame Street.


What Interviewer would you choose?

The hero pilot, Chesley Sullenberger, who landed the distressed plane in the Hudson River last week is giving his first interview with Katie Couric. This led me to think if something “big” happened to me, who would I want to give that first interview to; who would you choose? (if you pick “other” can you please comment  on who that would be because I am sure I left out some of the obvious choices)



I’m not a big Oprah fan, I liked her in the early years but then I think she got cocky, her ego was a tad too big for my liking. So now she is embarrassed about weighing 200 lbs. Her quote is “”I’m mad at myself. I’m embarrassed. I can’t believe that after all these years, all the things I know how to do, I’m still talking about my weight”.

Exactly, why do we always have to talk about her weight…this has been going on forever. There are many, many celebrities that are overweight, so why are we obsessed with Oprah? She also says “”I look at my thinner self and think, ‘How did I let this happen again?'”. You let it happen again because you are human just like the rest of us. Being rich does not mean you are excluded from gaining weight. Even though you can afford your own personal chef and trainer you still cannot buy the one quality needed…willpower.

Oprah says “I think I hit bottom when I wanted to stay home even from a show as fun as the one we did with Tina Turner and Cher in Las Vegas”. “I was supposed to stand between them onstage, and I felt like a fat cow. I wanted to disappear. ‘God help me now,’ I thought. ‘How can I hide myself?'”

Well Oprah, listen to Cher’s answer below when you ask her about aging. And don’t forget the older we get the harder it is to keep weight off. Cher put’s it PERFECTLY…

DAMN…they took the video away…guess Oprah does not want to share. I will give you a quick review…Oprah asks Cher and Tina about what they think about getting old and Cher blurts out “IT SUCKS”…LOL LOL LOL…then Oprah asks about all the knowledge that supposedly comes with aging and again Cher blurts out something like “that f’ing is a bunch of crap”. LOL LOL LOL…that is what you missed.

Ellen…need I say more.

I challenge anyone to watch Ellen and not crack a smile; it has to be the most “feel good” show out there. Ellen is as genuine as it gets, she is sincere, creative, adorable, funny, and has a heart of gold. I think I cry at least 3 times a week because she is always doing something nice for someone. When it comes down to Ellen vs. Oprah, Ellen wins hands down!Sorry but Oprah’s show is all about Oprah and it got real old for me years ago. I don’t DVR much but if Ellen isn’t scheduled on yours she is definitely worth the recording space!