Tuesday, May 11, 2021

A little of this and a little of that

 I would not be at all surprised if the LGBTQ+ community looked at Caitlyn Jenner as a sort of Benedict Arnold.

Jenner, who came out as transgender a few years back, and had a reality show made of her transition from male to female, announced her intention to run for Governor of California recently, but she's also come out against transgender athletes sharing a locker room with natural women, if you will.

After getting slammed by ABC's Jimmy Kimmel last week, Jenner has someone coming to her defense in Fox Shmooze's Spam Hannity, a frequent target of Kimmel's. Spam warned Kimmel he'd have no problem talking to Kimmel's bosses at Disney about some of the things Kimmel has said and done on his late night show.

Typical GOPer garbage. Spam and his Fox Shmooze compadres keep feeding lies and misrepresentations to their brainwashed base, then turn around and whine when they get slammed for it.

We tried to get in touch with Fox Shmooze's public relations representative.

"No comment."

Gee, what a surprise.
Tomorrow, the GOPers in Washington will vote to remove Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, daughter of former VP Dick Cheney, from a leadership position, and sub in New York Rep. Elise Stefanik, who went all in on Donald Trump's Big Lie in order to advance her career. Ms. Stefanik has youth on her side, and actually sided with the former president fewer times than Ms. Cheney did during Citizen Pampers' term.

What the GOPers don't realize is that Trump decided to model himself after North Korea's Kim Jong-Un, and they bought in.

On the other hand, Kim has not embarrassed himself publicly by behaving like a man-child with arrested development, as Trump has, over and over again, the last five years and change. 

Bellevue awaits Trump. It's inevitable.
One of television's most prolific producers, Greg Berlanti, will have three fewer series on the air when the fall 2021-2 season begins.

His 2nd year series, Prodigal Son, will wrap next week on Fox, joining CW's Black Lightning, which ends its 4 year run May 24, and Supergirl, which will end in September after 6 seasons, in leaving the air. Both of those series' endings have been planned out in advance, but Prodigal fell victim to declining ratings since returning in January. On the other hand, word on the street is that Painkiller, a proposed spin-off from Black Lightning, might not make it to series. Khalil Payne, aka Painkiller (Jordan Calloway), doesn't register as a heroic role model, even as an anti-hero, due to his dual personality. The CW hasn't made it official yet, but if WB wants to go forward with it, it'll likely land at HBO Max.

Stay tuned.
The Golden Globes usually signal the start of awards season for movies during the winter. However, the resulting kerfluffle over this year's event has led NBC to cancel plans to carry the event in 2022, and a number of Hollywood stars, including Tom Cruise, are choosing to boycott the event.

It wouldn't surprise anyone if a certain bloviating man-child with no stake in the event decided to weigh in sooner instead of later.

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