UPDATE: So, as it turns out there was some confusion in the Snob household since the CNN was showing clips about the Rev. Wright/Bill Moyers interview all day yesterday AND someone asked me at 8 p.m. if I was watching the Moyers interview I erroneously assumed it was on last night as I happily watched "Grey's Anatomy" instead of the news I thought was taking place.
But I'm going to leave the rest of the post as-is because, who cares? You know? I've been wrong before. Anyway, "Grey's" was awesome even though I didn't understand why two medical interns could only afford the world's shittiest apartment. I once made $22,000 a year and I could afford a cockroach free, non-gross abode. But they're in Seattle, and the rent is high ... so I would still not live somewhere that crappy. There are suburbs, right? Can't live there and drive to work?
I mean. I know Wall of Sexy member Isaiah Washington isn't on there anymore, so I can't even use him as an excuse, but ... there's been nothing worth watching but news and sports on TV in months. And I needed to watch "Grey's." It was like a mental colonic. It washed away the bad. Matter of fact, it felt so good to indulge in some TV pop fiction that I even watched "Lost" afterwards.
I got to hand it to "Lost," much like The Young and the Restless you can go years without watching that sucker and still get caught right up. Sure, I only understood about half of what was going on, but it's Lost. I could be watching it every week and still only get half of what's going on.
So I watch that at my leisure.
That said, did anyone watch Rev. Wright? CNN showed some snippets, but it's CNN. God, only knows what they left out.