I kept up with my own Super Bowl Sunday tradition: I cleaned up the condo, then ordered up pizza and wings for the family and friends to enjoy while being the perfect hostess.
And when it was all over, and the last guest struggled out the door to the cab waiting outside, I put my feet up, grabbed a pepsi off the coffee table, and watched the Puppy Bowl that I dvr'd. I fell asleep three times before finally erasing the show and crawling into bed.
Some traditions are just too good to ever change, right?
Antoinette then explained that it was the reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians she was talking about, not the Cardassians. In other words:
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Although, I do see some similarities between the two...
Anyway, iVillage has this Entertainment Award 2012 Poll where they ask readers to vote for their favorite reality show 'guilty pleasure'. And the fans of the Browns don't want their favorite polygamist family to lose the coveted iVillage Entertainment Award to the Keeping up with the Kardashians Krew.
Now, Wikipedia defines a guilty pleasure as "... something one enjoys and considers pleasurable despite feeling guilt for enjoying it. The "guilt" involved is sometimes simply fear of others discovering one's lowbrow or otherwise embarrassing tastes."
So why would a fan of the Browns want to vote in a poll for a guilty pleasure? Are they feeling guilt or embarrassment when they watch Sister Wives, or do they not understand what a guilty pleasure really means?
I will be magnanimous and say that it's none of the above, and that those poor fans are just jonesing for anything on the 'net that deals with the Browns. So if you're jonesing too, here's a link to the poll: http://www.ivillage.com/favorite-reality-show-guilty-pleasure-1/1-i-419622
I won't give away who's <cough> in the lead <cough, cough> but I will say that I voted for RuPaul's Drag Race and that's at 18% last time I looked.
What did the Browns do on Super Bowl Sunday?
Well, Kody not only is providing shout outs for his favorite Mexican Food Restaurant, he's even giving the address - don't want those fans to venture into the wrong establishment, right? And Kody, do you get a free meal if they mention Mark's name?
Leave it to Robyn to tell fans what's up with the Browns on Super Bowl Sunday!
And of course, the day after, Janelle lets fans know what a letdown Mondays can be. It almost sounds like she has a job or something, doesn't it?
But wait, my scouring of the internet brings up this tweet from Phil Varone - former sex addict immate of the reality show Sex Rehab with Dr Drew and rock band drummer.
Does this mean Janelle hit the Vegas celebrity party circuit on Super Bowl Sunday as well as attended the family funfest described by Robyn, or did Kody invite Phil to the family Super Bowl partay. No wonder Janelle's got the Monday blues!
If Kody was there, you KNOW his mug would have been in the picture, too!!!
Okay, here's a full report of that Super Bowl party Janelle attended!
A party replete with Carrot Top, ‘AGT’ contestants, a couple of Blue Men, deep-fried Oreos … oh, and the Super Bowl
By John Katsilometes
Monday, Feb. 6, 2012 | 4:04 p.m.
You know when you happen upon Carrot Top over by the mac-and-cheese warmer that you are not attending a typical Super Bowl party.
So it was Sunday at the Henderson home of the esteemed Jeff Molitz. That Carrot Top was there was not wholly surprising, as Molitz is the personal assistant of Scott Thompson (who is, in fact, Carrot Top). Nor was it unexpected that a high volume of guests would turn out. Molitz has been hosting this party for 16 years, and the guest list has bubbled over like a stack of Oreos dumped into a Hamilton Beach deep fryer.
Deep-fried Oreos were served, yes, and, cheese-slathered spaghetti, chicken wings, hamburgers, hot dogs and other related heart-imperiling fare. At its peak, the event numbered about 200 (which would have made for a pretty nice caucus turnout, as it happens).
The quantity was spiced with quality, guest-wise, as we had a pair of former “America’s Got Talent” contestants (comic Geechy Guy and magician Murray Sawchuck); one former 'N Sync-er (Joey Fatone, in town as a star guest host of “The Price Is Right Live!” at Bally’s); famed sidekick Penny Wiggins, longtime assistant of Amazing Johnathan); a rock drummer and celebrity sex tape star of note (Phil Varone, once of Skid Row and Saigon Kick and also a two-time AVN nominee); a pair of Blue Men (Marc Roberts and Patrick Newton); a member of the percussive Vegas band Uberschall (Jeff Totora); the city’s most famous little person (Brian Thomas of Little Crue, O’Shea’s and Kiss By Monster Mini Golf); an emerging band (Avalon Landing); and an Aria lounge performer (Patrick Sieben); a NASCAR driver (Brian Vickers); and a member of the Fox 5 news team (Claudine Grant).
There also was a late report that the Sister Wives from the TLC reality TV series turned up. I did not meet them as such, but there is a fair chance one of them made off with my business card.
There were a few notes of note, naturally, around the snack line and the three big-screen TVs beaming the game:
• Fatone, who patiently posed for dozens of photos, continues his run at Bally’s through April 8. He joins such “TPIR” guest hosts as Drew Lachey and Jerry Springer. Carrot Top and he are friends from the days when both lived in Orlando, Fla.
• Geechy Guy’s “Dirty Joke Show” has closed at Hooters -- a bummer, as it was genuinely hilarious -- and he’s shopping the production to any credible official who will listen. He’s even speaking of something off-Broadway, and, baby, it doesn’t get any more off-Broadway than Hooters.
• Carrot Top is off for a week after tonight’s performance at the Luxor. He says he’s looking forward to checking out the elaborate prop work in the Motley Crue show at the Joint.
• Wiggins, known by her stage name Psychic Tanya, is walking without a limp. That information would be unremarkable except that Wiggins spent months on the mend after suffering a broken right foot after slipping at her pool in June. Amazing Johnathan is still headlining at Harmon Theater at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood (at Krave, to be more specific).
The whole wingding takes Molitz and his family two weeks to prepare. Molitz rents a tent to cover the backyard for each of these events. And you know if there is a tent involved, a tent and Carrot Top, you’ve got yourself a party. I just wonder what the neighbors thought of it all ...
Read the article at http://www.lasvegassun.com/blogs/kats-report/2012/feb/06/party-replete-carrot-top-agt-contestents-couple-bl/
Mon dieu! Deep fried Oreos?!? Cheese slathered spaghetti?!? Chicken wings?!? Other heart-imperiling fare?!?
Guess this party was not on the
Who would want to party with a bunch of D'listers anyway? Oh yeah, THE BROWNS !
So that's all folks for now.
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