Hi, I'm Jen Leo. It's hard to sum me up in one word, but Jenopolis does a pretty good job of it. This is my personal diary, mostly for friends and family so they know where I am without calling John. Please use the comments here, and email me if you want to hire me for something extraordinary, (hint: host of a travel/gambling TV show). My motto? Everything is possible.
Have you seen it yet? Jib Jab's latest bit "What We Call The News" is out and just as openly brash as the rest of their shorts. When I went to JibJab.com I was thrilled to find an expanded website with more originals than I knew existed. I still need to register for their free membership so I can check out their behind the scenes feature. There's even info from the founders of Jib Jab and what they're trying to do between elections. Gotta a funny video? Upload it and share with other JibJab fans.
Did you watch the season opener of Beauty & The Geek? Did you even know this show already had two seasons? You don't want to miss Ashton Kutcher's Season Three. Beauty & The Geek puts the FUN back in reality TV.
In a nutshell: Hot bitchy blondes with big boobs (and some that aren't so beautiful) are matched with the nerdiest of nerds for contests and cash. Eight on eight for $250,000. The tests challenge the contestants to do "normal people" activities and big laughs ensue.
Now, lets see what's being said about B&G around the net. It is really too much fun. TVSquad: An early synopsis of Season Three. CW site: Take the geek quiz BeautyGeekTV: big fansite You Tube: Girls talk about how hot they are and what kinds of sunglasses to buy
I'll add some links once the tv blogs start writing tomorrow a.m.
Who are you cheering for? I think Nadia and Mario have a real shot. I like watching Nate and Cecile. And Piao cracks me up when he's not trying to. "My last date kicked me in the won tons!"
Until then, here is the high speed blender impersonation:
What? The film was shown in the U.S. not just Kazakhstan? Thanks to the Drudge Report, we got word that the frat boys from South Carolina in the RV scene (who only received $200 and free drinks for their appearance) were none to happy with how they were portrayed in the movie. Celebrity gossip site TMZ wrote "Borat Lawsuit: High Five!" about the new lawsuit that is actually from two anonymous plaintiffs against 20th Century Fox and One America Productions.
I thought the frat scene was just ok. To me, the fact that their hats read South Carolina didn't mean much to me. College kids get drunk and say stupid things. And then do even stupider things. That scene represented a good cross section of American college kids frat or no frat. Oh wait, I better not say that. Someone from the Ivey Leagues, (oops, I mean Ivy, you can tell there's a little too much poker being talked about in these them thar parts) might come over and sue me for including them in such a statement when I know nothing about them. How dare I.
Hey, go see Borat. It sounds like they're going to need more money.
I met Rabbi Pinny Gniwisch at a WOMMA conference. He's fun-loving, smart, and ambitious. I liked talking with him and wish we got to spend more time together. Pinny is Kosher and has never eaten at a McDonald's. But, he went to Israel and found a Kosher McDonalds! Check out this funny video, and the lively comments he's getting on the YouTube page about the appropriateness of the video.