Charity says she has watched it a few times over now, and suddenly television has begun to lose it's mystique. It feels kind of like: National television, national television, national television, and cue home video . . . national television, national television.
If the writer's strike doesn't end soon (although, I hear the conglomerates did get my letter, since the Oscars are officially a go), then one day probably most of us will have a reality television story like this one. Getting-to-know-you questions will be like, What's your favorite coffee blend, who's on your iPod, and which reality television series were you on? That won't really be a happy day I don't think.
But anyway, this one is. It's an American phenomenon, and I was a part of it. These are the moments we uncool people live for.