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The 2005-2006 Tubey Awards: Tubey Awards of Questionable Cachet

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The 2005-2006 Tubey Awards: Tubey Awards of Questionable Cachet

Worst Desecration of Something I Consider Beautiful and Sacred (Bacon)
To put an end to the on-the-job emasculation of her husband, Lynette for some reason agrees to...eat a pound of raw bacon? Huh? Not only did her methodology seem unnecessarily roundabout, but it also made me BIMM (Barf In My Mouth) just a little bit. And ever since then, I've been unable to even think about bacon, let alone pound it. And I love to pound (cooked) bacon! So THANKS FOR RUINING BACON, MARC CHERRY, CREATOR OF DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES! Hate you, mean it! -- Evany

Character We Most Hope Gets Transplanted Entire Onto A Law & Order
It would be a shame if we'd seen the last of Harold "Patch" Abbott. We know he's a small-town doctor, but if he got plunked down in the L&O: SVU squad room to let the air out of Chris Meloni's overacting tires, he'd make it work. Tom Amandes: Take those sweater vests out of dry dock and call your agent. -- Sars

Best New Reason to Watch Grey's Anatomy
Debora Cahn wrote what may have been the very best episodes of The West Wing in the three seasons following Aaron Sorkin's premature departure. And before The West Wing's corpse was even cold, Shonda Rhimes recruited Ms. Cahn for the writing crew for Grey's Anatomy and offered her a development deal of her own. Ms. Rhimes may have odd ideas about what makes a healthy relationship, but she definitely knows talent when she sees it. -- LTG

Best Performance by a Wet Dishrag with a Big Ol' Tea Stain On It
Nobody loves Grey's Anatomy more than I do, but could someone please explain to Pompeo that squinting does not qualify as emoting? As the central character of Shonda Rhimes's oddly compelling medical dramedy, she exudes a quiet wallflower-y aura that draws you in and makes you care, but there's a fine line between "quiet" and "somnambulistic," and perhaps the powers that be could draw Pompeo a pie chart or a line graph or supply her with visual aids or something, because lulling us to sleep during the final "who will she choose, WHO WILL SHE CHOOSE" moment of the show is, I'm thinking, not what Shonda's shooting for. -- Erin

The @#%^&$! Golden Ladle Award
Whether he was screaming, "Get back on your f$^&ing station!" or pushing a plate in someone's chest bellowing, "You donkey, that looks like a dog's dinner, that does!" or telling a complaining customer to "shut it" and "go back to [her] plastic surgery," Gordon Ramsay and Hell's Kitchen came out with the most entertaining restaurant reality show yet. The excessive abuse and gratuitous obscenity just made it all the more delicious. -- Keckler

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The 2005-2006 Tubey Awards: Tubey Awards of Questionable Cachet

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The 2005-2006 Tubey Awards: Tubey Awards of Questionable Cachet

Worst Desecration of Something I Consider Beautiful and Sacred (Bacon)
To put an end to the on-the-job emasculation of her husband, Lynette for some reason agrees to...eat a pound of raw bacon? Huh? Not only did her methodology seem unnecessarily roundabout, but it also made me BIMM (Barf In My Mouth) just a little bit. And ever since then, I've been unable to even think about bacon, let alone pound it. And I love to pound (cooked) bacon! So THANKS FOR RUINING BACON, MARC CHERRY, CREATOR OF DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES! Hate you, mean it! -- Evany

Character We Most Hope Gets Transplanted Entire Onto A Law & Order
It would be a shame if we'd seen the last of Harold "Patch" Abbott. We know he's a small-town doctor, but if he got plunked down in the L&O: SVU squad room to let the air out of Chris Meloni's overacting tires, he'd make it work. Tom Amandes: Take those sweater vests out of dry dock and call your agent. -- Sars

Best New Reason to Watch Grey's Anatomy
Debora Cahn wrote what may have been the very best episodes of The West Wing in the three seasons following Aaron Sorkin's premature departure. And before The West Wing's corpse was even cold, Shonda Rhimes recruited Ms. Cahn for the writing crew for Grey's Anatomy and offered her a development deal of her own. Ms. Rhimes may have odd ideas about what makes a healthy relationship, but she definitely knows talent when she sees it. -- LTG

Best Performance by a Wet Dishrag with a Big Ol' Tea Stain On It
Nobody loves Grey's Anatomy more than I do, but could someone please explain to Pompeo that squinting does not qualify as emoting? As the central character of Shonda Rhimes's oddly compelling medical dramedy, she exudes a quiet wallflower-y aura that draws you in and makes you care, but there's a fine line between "quiet" and "somnambulistic," and perhaps the powers that be could draw Pompeo a pie chart or a line graph or supply her with visual aids or something, because lulling us to sleep during the final "who will she choose, WHO WILL SHE CHOOSE" moment of the show is, I'm thinking, not what Shonda's shooting for. -- Erin

The @#%^&$! Golden Ladle Award
Whether he was screaming, "Get back on your f$^&ing station!" or pushing a plate in someone's chest bellowing, "You donkey, that looks like a dog's dinner, that does!" or telling a complaining customer to "shut it" and "go back to [her] plastic surgery," Gordon Ramsay and Hell's Kitchen came out with the most entertaining restaurant reality show yet. The excessive abuse and gratuitous obscenity just made it all the more delicious. -- Keckler

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