Thursday, September 30, 2010

More Calzona, Please

New Grey's Anatomy tonight. I'm hoping for some good Calzona scenes since they just decided last episode to move in together.

Or at least there will be a lot of children that need medical attention so that Arizona will get a lot of screentime.
But with JCap's baby bump, I'm thinking we're going to be seeing less of her. See, Arizona was right. Babies ruin lives.
But maybe they'll just be smart and utilize Sara Ramirez to hide her belly.

Unfortunately Sasha's pregnancy won't effect Rizzoli & Isles, so we the writers wouldn't have the same excuse of using Angie Harmon to hide Sasha's belly...

Thanks for the millionth time, Bee.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Double Post Wednesday

I couldn't resist but posting this today...
It's Angie on Oprah!


Desperately Gorgeous Housewives

The season premiere of Desperate Housewives was on Sunday.
It spent most of the episode dealing with the cliffhangers of the finale of Season 6.
Like with what Mike & Susan dealing with their money problems. The writers got a brilliant idea of how to keep in viewers and to help them make money: have Susan clean houses in very little clothing.

Bree's life is falling apart with her divorce and everything. So, she's getting her house repainted, which concerns me. We know the Housewives' history with plumbers, painters, and gardeners. It makes me really miss Dana Delany so it could be her to bring Bree out her funk. Even Marcia Cross and Dana Delany endorsed that idea.


Plus, there's the new cast member, Vanessa Williams.

It'll be a very interesting season. But I still miss Dana Delany...

This morning, Vanessa Williams will be on Regis & Kelly.

And Thursday, she'll be on Jimmy Kimmel.
Also on Thursday, Felicity Huffman will be on Lopez Tonight. I always love her interviews. Her ones with Ellen are all so funny.

And Teri Hatcher will be on Oprah (also on Thurs.)

In non-DH news (but still on Sundays on ABC), Sally Field is back (with Calista and Rachel) on Brothers & Sisters. So, she has an interview on Regis & Kelly on Friday.

Still so adorable.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Rizzles Rewind Recap #2: Boston Strangler Redux

Thanks for reading! Enjoy! And don't forget to click the screencaps for enlarged goodness.

*I always disapprove of creepy men breaking into girls' houses to strangle them.
*How you know Jane Rizzoli is gay: Look at her softball getup.

She's not messin' around.
*Awww... Maura cheering for Jane.

What a supportive girlfriend.
*Marfan Man says to Maura, "It fits nice too." In a creepy way about her baseball "uniform." I don't disagree, but it's just creepy when he says it.
What she said: Ha... (Not even a full courtesy chuckle. A half of a 'ha.')
What she meant: Ha, nice try, creeper. It'll be Jane that will be helping me take off this uniform.

Marfan Man: "If you get a hit, I'll buy you dinner."
What she said: You're on.
What she meant: You're on. Even though it's never gonna happen between us, I never turn down a free dinner.
*Maura's turn up at bat.

Lovin' how the femme showed everyone up...
*Maura, you tease. Jane's getting jealous...

"Oh my God, you're flirting over a dead body.

What she said: When else am I going to do it?
What she meant: Wait... Don't we always flirt over dead bodies with each other?
*Although I guess it's understandable how some people were confused and thought that Jane was interested in Grant...
Here's the difference between not interested and interested:
NOT interested


I hope that clears things up...
*Jane: "I'm not a frog face!"

What she said: No!
What she meant: No. You really don't know? You're gorgeous my friend. Oh, wait... That's next episode...
*Mama Rizzoli tells Jane how's she's missing out in life without a husband.

Husband? Have you met me, Ma?

See, flirting over dead bodies...
* *Sigh* Maura, just give up on men. Your dates with Jane are never this painful and awkward.
Marfan Man: Is there anything you don't know?
What she said: Of course.
What she meant: Of course, I don't know how straight girls suffer through this.

What she said: Your skin is a little rough.
What she meant: Your skin is a little rough. Not soft like Jane's.

What she said: Explains the Dolichostenomelia... elongated limbs.
What she meant: You look like a freak.

"She'll never judge me, tease me."
I know, Maura. It can be tough being gay.

Calm down, Jane. Nothing's going on between them.
But still, Frost flees, worried that Jane will be mad at him.
What he said: I don't wanna get in your guys' way.
What he meant: I don't wanna get in your guys' way, you know, in case you decide to get freaky at work.
*Ah, yes... Only a lesbian would think that batting practice is the answer to feeling better.

They're too professional to help each other "feel better" the old-fashioned way...

*Don't feel bad, Maura. I get the same look when I hold a bat too.

*Hmmm, fighting over who gets to wield the phallus-shaped object...

What she said: Miniskirts freed women.
What she meant: Those short shorts you wore were nice, but I want to see you in a miniskirt.

What she said: They were practical and liberating.
What she meant: Easy access.
*"Now why would a skinny greaseball dyke detective be lookin' for my son?"

She may be old, but she is perceptive... Although I do disagree with the "greaseball" part.
*Blah, blah, blah. Red herring death enthusiast. Blah, blah. New body.

What she said: Not now, Maura. I'm in a bad mood.
What she meant: Not now, Maura. This isn't a good time for phone sex.
*We found the Boston Strangler!

*Or not...

Oh, Rizzles is onto you.
*Maura's in danger!

And that's what happens when you mess with Jane Rizzoli's girlfriend.

What she said: I don't date patients.
What she meant: I don't date men.

What she said: You don't want to go out with him because he's got some weird ass disease.
What she meant: You don't want to go out with him because he's got a penis.
*Jane to Maura: "You gotta stop that. You gotta stop diagnosing people."

Jane, you're perfect.
*Jane: "I date two kinds. The kind that hates that I'm a cop, and the kind that wants me to use the handcuffs."

Is it bad that I want you to use the handcuffs on me, Jane?

Oh Jane, I love it when we mess with guys.
*And here comes Grant to ruin the party...

What she said: Oh, yay...
What she meant: Why is it that when guys see two gorgeous women together they think they need a man?
*At least the episode ends with Rizzles alone and happy.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Calzona vs. Rizzles

Dr. Calliope "Callie" Torres
*Sassy, sexy Latina
*Quoted Jesus to her very conservative Catholic father
*Wore lingerie to surprise her girlfriend for her birthday
*Slept with Man Whore several times

Det. Jane Rizzoli
*(see picture)
*Badass that kicks ass (with a nice ass)/isn't afraid to get rough
*Knows her way around plumbing...
*Doesn't know how to relax
*Wears her clothes to bed
*Has a crazed serial killer that wants to feel her blood on his hands
*Not actually "out"
Jane Rizzoli wins. Hands down.

Dr. Arizona Robbins
*Out and proud lesbian
*Adorable optimist that's great with children
*One of the only people that's still cute when crying
*Wheelie shoes
*Was able to convince the conservative Catholic father that being gay is okay
*I often find myself sighing, "Dyke drama..."

Dr. Maura Isles
*Dresses in a way that is interesting, endearing, and definitely sexy
*Have you seen her hair?
*Can show a girl the finer things in life
*Bossy (but in a soft and polite way)
*The Irish mob may or may not want to hurt her
*Also not "out"
Ack! I really don't think I can decide. Both of them make me smile every time they're on screen, but I really like it when a girl is actually a lesbian.

(Thank you, Bee!)

(No photoshopping required.)

There is just as much supportive hand holding, eye sex, and time spent in bed between Rizzles. However, we never (and probably will never) see anything beyond that happen.

So, that's what's great about Calzona...
But really... I wish it was Rizzles instead.