Megyn Kelly made her NBC daytime show debut – taking over the 3rd hour of the Today show this morning.
In what was a somewhat surprise move, she left Fox News to join NBC, and while her Sunday night show didn’t get off to a great start, the daytime show was meant to be a fresh start.
I tuned in for a bit to see the “Will & Grace” cast interview, and let’s just say her natural interrogative properties she skillfully wielded on Fox News didn’t quite convey to morning show warmth. There was a ‘trying too hard’ kind of feel.
And then came the Will & Grace interview including bringing up a super-fan. She asked him if he “became a lawyer and became gay” because of Will & Grace. AWKWARD!
Back in the day, arcade games cost a quarter, and if you were really good, you could clear a couple levels and get a 15 second Pac-Man cartoon. (Remember when Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man got married? ::swoon::) But this article here, is good clean fun for free, no skill required.
Riz Ahmed won for Best Actor for his role in The Night Of. Eight powerful and gripping episodes tell an enveloping story of prejudice and (perhaps in)justice. The transformation of his character is unexplainable. Literally it has to be seen to be believed.
I’m going to take a brief respite from fashion and pop culture posts to be “THAT PERSON”. I know, not everything is politics, but this guy, Sean Spicer, as the spokesperson for the President of the US, blatantly lied to the country (the world) multiple times for no purpose than to soothe the fragile ego of his boss. Example: “Largest inauguration crowd ever. Period!”
Him showing up for yuck yucks at the Emmys for image rehab shows me the country is becoming numb to a culture of holding leaders accountable for their actions more now than ever before, and that makes me sad.