Monday, November 05, 2007

Blues Clues guy is alive, The Office may go on strike and King Tut is exposed for the first time.

SO much has happened today it's madness, dribbling bubbling madness (ten points if you know what movie my new favorite catch phrase has come from)!!!!

Steve Burns not dead, a pedophile or a drug addict.

So that guy from Blues Clues who everyone thought had died from a drug overdose/suicide/who cares is actually alive and has done an interview with MTV to prove it. Apparently this was just another one of those urban legends your parents tell you to make sure you don't do drugs.

It didn't work.

WGA Strike may affect our favorite show. Michael Scott is not pleased.

The WGA walk outs start today. Writers in Los Angeles and New York are picketing to make sure they get a fair share of the revenue made from new technology and aren't screwed out of royalties the way they were when DVD's were introduced to the market.

The problem with this is that many of the cast members on The Office (including B.J Novak, "Ryan" Mindy Kaling, "Kelly" and Paul Lieberstein "Toby") are also writers on the show. NBC has made it clear that as actors they are expected to arrive at work as scheduled which puts them in a tight spot with their responsibilities to the Writers Guild of America.

I totally respect their right to picket, I just hope it doesn't go on for too long.

Although I'm sure Michael Scott wouldn't mind having Toby out of the office for a few days.

King Tut's Sarcophagus opened. The world holds their breathe (plugs their nose).

King Tut's mummy will be on display to the public for the first time ever in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt. He'll be kept in a climate controlled glass encasement for viewing if you feel like making the trip by camel to see him.

After looking at his pictures I think I'd rather be in this hemisphere...and curse free.

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