Not that I'm not excited...and not that I'm not going to see this movie with a bunch of gals in two weeks...BUT, c'mon. Enough already.
I turned on the tube this morning and it was on Bravo from last night's late night viewing.
SJP's not so attractive hairdo was on The Actor's Studio, again. I flipped to The Early Show and there were three dolled up SATC fans taking a quiz for a bag full of shoes. Clicked off the tube and turned on the radio. My regular morning show was doing a hybrid of Sex and the City Price is Right High/Low game about top-shelf shoes and bags. I moved on to NPR thinking I'd get some relief and there I found an exposé of Carrie's narcissism.
And! And! It was the lead to the more important, and too short, story (at least I think anyway) about the death of a terrific talent who will sorely be missed. Mr. Harvey Korman had to follow the in depth examination of a shoe-obsessed, self-involved, TV character.
Just to name a few of my faves:
Prof von Klupp
Prof. Auguste Balls
Count de Monet
Dr. Charles Montague
Col. Heindreich von Zeppel
and his myriad characters on The Carol Burnett Show.
What a talent.
Thank you Harvey. You laughed away my after school four o'clock hour in the 70s.