Apparently David Caruso is an attractive (or at least striking-looking) man, and despite being a guy I can kind of see this. Something about his face has always bothered me, until I saw him on today's CSI: Miami episode and realized what it is: he looks like a baby. Granted, he looks like a very old and grizzled baby, but he somehow wields the soft pouty lips and crinkled eyes of an adorable infant.
2. Monday Night Football = The Waterboy
This past MNF game, Arizona couldn't buy themselves a victory, even when they were up by 20 points with 15 minutes left. The complete dominance exhibited by the Bear's defense transcended normal football achivements and soared into the rarified air attained in only one movie: The Waterboy. Brian Urlacher played the starring role of Bobby Boucher and almost singlehandedly giave the Cards their comeuppance. Matt Leinard was good, but he wasn't Bobby Boucher good.
Now in the fourth episode, we're finally starting to see some action. Unfotunately, when I say action I mean a suicidal car crash during the last five seconds of the show. Still, it's nice to see some genuine humor (watching Hiro getting punched out) and some more oddly creepy prophetic stuff (Hiro coming back from the future - with a soul patch!). I'm officially hooked.
4. Chelsea Handler
I saw a clip of Chelsea's E! show about a week ago and yesterday I flipped through her new book, My Horizontal Life. Watching her show and reading her book is kind of like following the drunken ramblings of a potty-mouthed five year old in an attractive blonde's 31 year old body. I highly recommend checking out some of the clips on YouTube or her myspace site. Here's a sample clip where Chelsea tries to choose a personal assistant.