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On the most recent episode of RHONJ, there is evidence (just a little) that the human species may be evolving. In the Gorga household: Although Joe uses Country Crock margarine to oil the pancake griddle, at least he's doing something other than getting naked and/or harassing Melissa. Normally, on a given morning, he's standing behind Melissa as she makes pancakes, performing humping motions in the air and telling her she has a great ass. This is a nice change of pace.
Over in the Giudice household: Juicy is making bagged lunch for the kids. JUICY IS DOING SOMETHING OTHER THAN DRINKING OR MAKING SECRET PHONE CALLS TO HIS GIRLIFRIEND. Later, as the kids are leaving for the school bus, Teresa remarks, "I'm worried about what's going to come out of her (Milania) mouth in school." In other words: Milania might mention the time daddy did a back flip and busted his tooth, or the time he called mommy a c*nt, or the numerous incidents during which mommy got mad and tried to punch people and flip tables, or (worst of all) the fact that her whole life is on camera and her parents are awful and can she have a new family, please?
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America's Next Top Model, Season 19, episode 4 (aired 9/14), begins with the "acting challenge". Tyra
determines that the best actor currently working in the biz is TYLER PERRY, so she brings him in to help with judging.
Tyra: "In order to make you the top, I needed to bring the top. He is the king of doing characters!
Medea?" And then, "Acting is all about being over the top."
Reminder to viewers: This "melodrama over substance" approach to acting has gotten Tyra VERY far in the movie biz. Hasn't it? Oh. Wait. It hasn't . She was in Life Size. She played a living doll. With Lindsay Lohan. No wonder Lindsay's acting career is cursed!
While Episode 3 was about "preserving" the reputation of Harvard, this episode is about denigrating the art of acting.
Lesson (not) learned: TYLER PERRY is apparently in league with Meryl Streep and Daniel Day Lewis as far as his ability to create characters.
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