Here's what's playing on the cable channels in Dop's mind:
Discovery Channel: I have decided to close down my website because everything I have on there has wound up on my blog at some point.
BRAVO TV: Santino, on Project Runway, is the devil's spawn.
MSNBC: Rita Cosby sounds like a tranny (have you heard her speak??).
Family Channel: I found out in a conversation with Dad that my great-grandfather won my great-grandmother in a poker game in 1904 (another piece to the puzzle).
HEALTH: Why is throwing a cigarette on the ground or out a car window not considered littering? (Also being shown on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360".)
E!: I don't understand why Bill Murray got such accolades for "Lost In Translation".
Style Network: I finally am able to do a little shopping in my favourite store but they don't have anything I like at the moment.
Headline News: I've got one gay nerve left and Nancy Grace is standing on it.
HGTV: I bought a shag rug for my bedroom floor and I think I might marry it.
Lifetime: I recently finished reading A Separate Peace and I think everyone should read it. Right now.
Food Network: My mom sent me a care package on Monday with Christmas cookies and snacks. Three days later and they are almost all gone.
MTV: I heart Green Day and I am pulling for them at the Grammys. And I can pull hard.
CNN: I believe Saddam Hussein might have been roughed up a bit, but not tortured while in US custody. However, I do find it plausible that a soldier took his watch as a souvenir. I would have.
TLC: We repainted the kitchen a cinnamon spice colour and it looks 100% better. (Sponsored by Home Depot - "You can do it. We can help".)
ESPN: After almost a month absence, I started back to the gym this week after discovering a Bally's around the corner from my office.
ESPN2: I've never seen eyebrows like Nathan Vasher's on a straight man (I'm just sayin').
Animal Planet: I prefer the Labradoodle over the Puggle.
The Weather Channel: I never thought I would ever be excited for 30 degree weather; and consider it a heat wave.
TMC: Last week, I Netflixed "Judgment at Nuremburg". It is brilliantly acted and highly recommended. (Also being shown on TNT, TBS and simulcast on AOL.)