Drinky, drink it is! It's been decided. Justin better watch his sexy back because Carls Jr. and I are looking for a little Southern Hospitality. We've decided we can't turn down $10 Coors Light pitchers and beer pong tables. That's right, we're classy and JT knows how to woo the ladies.

Oh man, by posting tonight's destination I hope we don't get recognized and mauled by our many readers. Sorry Carly - I just wasn't thinking! I'll bring the velvet ropes so the herds of boys have to form a line to meet you...and I'll weed out the married Canadians while moving the cute Denmarkians to the front. Now only if I could pull you away from the variety of BBQ options JT and crew have on hand. ;) It's gonna be an interesting night fo sho.

What, what

Sorry there hasn't been any posts in the last two days. Between my laziness and being busy at work...I didn't fit it in.

I also don't have much to report except that I'm going to a gala tomorrow for work...but not for work. I guess they gave me the ticket, but I don't have to work while attending. Get it?

I did a bit of research to see what kind of "gala" it was, and last year, it brought out some reality snoozes (Carson Kressley for one). Should be interesting nonetheless.

On another note...may go out tonight for a drinky drinky. Will I meet another married man from Canada? A boy from Denmark who was concerned about "language barriers?" I guess we shall see...


My heart is damaged...

So Heather and I saw tons of trailors as we walked to work today and realized something fishy was going on. Someone is taping something and we want to know!

Turns out it was for the TV show (on FX), Damages, with Glenn Close, Ted Danson, and Tate Donovan. Not sure if they will be in that scene or not since everyone was in their trailors...but looks interesting nonetheless

The show is set in NYC and is about the City's "high-stake litigation." Hmm....

On a more awesome note...Heather and I are going to be the girls from Robert Palmer's, "Addicted to Love" video. Bet you can't wait to see how that plays out!



I let the theater dork in me shine yesterday by going to Broadway on Broadway - a free concert in Times Square that showcases musical numbers and appearances from almost every play and musical on Broadway, as well as sneak peeks at several upcoming shows opening in the new theatre season.

This year's event was hosted by Drew Lacey who happens to currently be starring in Monty Python's Spamalot. Goodbye Clay Aiken! But here's what I got to see:

Avenue Q, Billy Elliot, Chicago, Disney's The Little Mermaid, Grease, Gypsy, Hairspray, In the Heights, Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Legally Blonde The Musical, Mamma Mia!, Mary Poppins, Monty Python's Spamalot, The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein, The Phantom of the Opera, Pure Country, Spring Awakening, A Tale of Two Cities, 13, [title of show], Wicked, Xanadu

The concert ended with a ton of confetti and a group singalong of "New York, New York." Almost made me break out into a kickline and jazz hands but don't go spreading that news.


Oh yesterday...such a long and fun day. As you may have heard (unless you live under a rock), Brady is out, Cassel is in and yesterday was his first official start...against who else but the Jets. This caused a frenzie with media and also because it was Brett's first home game as a Jet. Oh how crazy it was.

The game didn't go as expected with the Jets coming up short. However, I did get to see Ne-yo again and was close enough to Brett that I could've touched him with my hand. By the way ladies, Brett is a looker! He's that rugged type...calloused hands if you will. Very green eyes. Very no nonsense...very cute.

Other highlights of the game included a crowd of media gathered around the Bills/Jags game on TV in the dinner room. Per my brother's Buffalo expertise, I told everyone I thought the Bills would win. When they did...against a lot of doubt...I looked cool. I liked that. ;)

Very cute media reported for the Pats. That was also a plus.