|Matt Damon will never|
be a "garbage collector"
Here are my initial thoughts on last night's show:
- Opening monologue was a little disappointing but the George Clooney zinger had me laughing pretty damn hard.
- Jacqueline Bisset was probably drunk and altogether unprepared for her train wreck of a speech. Sorry folks, rambling is not endearing. And she only got away with it because it was the beginning of the show. I could've probably forgiven the speech if I wasn't so pissed that she just rolled out of bed with that hair. Even a pony tail would've looked better. Just sayin'.
- Can we please have a lifetime achievement award go to someone who isn't a child molester, accused or convicted sex offender or has some kind of violence against women in his background? Are there any of those left in Hollywood to honor? I'm not a big Woody Allen or Roman Polanski fan, but it would be nice to perhaps save the accolades for a less public venue. To be honest, I felt the same way when Ray Lewis did ANYTHING in front of a camera, including playing and his current stint on ESPN.
- P. Diddy, please shut up. You can have them call you "Sean Combs" but everyone remembers that you have a ridiculous name you insist on calling yourself and no one cares about your St. Bart's vacay.
- The guy who won for best original score had a better hairdo than Jacqueline Bisset.
- Matthew McConaughey seems like he spent his entire life preparing for his role as David Wooderson, even though Dazed and Confused was 21 years ago. (Don't you feel old now?)
- I love Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
What did you think? Insert your own snarky comment in the comments section.