Thursday, July 20, 2006

I Heart Malan

Are you watching "Project Runway?"

Can you STAND that they ousted Malan last night?

I can't.

This is how deep my thoughts run these days.

To reality shows and barbecuing. Join me in the Land of Shallow!


Blogger Obijuan said...

Didn't like Malan much, but really wished they'd booted Vincent instead.

Blogger Peregrinato said...

Was he booted with violent force because of his horrible attitude? Was he seen as the lowest of the low because he thinks he's the highest of the high?! Gosh I hope so :)

Blogger Jess said...

Malan was icky.

Way to work out your personal demons on television. I mean, really, lose the fake accent and get a therapist. Oh, and the dress was FUGLY.

I still can't believe they all liked Uli's gown either, with the model's boobs just . . . hanging in it. *shudder*

Blogger PeaceBang said...

I love that Malan is one of those totally damaged self-created characters. I admire that so much, especially when the alternative is to be an indistinguishable creep for the rest of your life. I love his Joel Grey-As-the-Emcee face and his fragility/egotism. I felt that underneath it all he was a diva with a heart of gold. As far as his gown goes, I've seen lots worse on the red carpet. The top wasn't attractive, but the bottom being unfinished was the real blooper according to the judges, I guess. His WORTHLESS partner didn't help, though!

I knew my sister would love the diaphonous gown that let the model's breasts just flop around (couldn't agree with you more on that, Jess!), and she did. I thought it was a pretty dress for a summer party but wasn't structured enough for a pageant.

Does anyone else feel like Oklahoma Boy had a rather unfair advantage in coming into this challenge with so much experience?

Blogger Jess said...

Re Kayne's win - yeah, he had an advantage, but he's the only one with such an advantage in any of the challenges in three seasons who actually lived up to it and delivered. Sometimes that's harder than a suposedly level playing field.

The real question is, can he do anything else?


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