I couldn't actually bring myself to watch the People's Choice Awards last night. There is only so much Adam Sandler a girl can take and the incessant commercials for Bedtime Stories have more than fulfilled my quota for the year. Any award show that even has Worst Week in the running for Best New Comedy is no good in my book. I don't care if there weren't that many to choose from this year. Gary Unmarried won, if you care... which I don't. Besides, I was too busy distracting myself with the horror show that was 13: Fear Is Real, which in retrospect was probably worse than sitting through a few minutes of Adam Sandler schtick.
Anyway, there was one good thing to come out of last night -- Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog won an ugly little trophy for Best Internet Sensation. It really was a no brainer as it was up against some fine things as "Pork and Beans" and Paris Hilton trying to be all political and something called "Dance Battle 2." I would have had to sic Bad Horse on all of America if Dr. Horrible DIDN'T win. I mean. Really. I could understand a loss to Spagetti Cat, but Kobe Bryant? It's not like there was singing or Neil Patrick Harris to be had in that video. So, thank goodness for small favors. It gives me slightly more faith in America's viewing habits, well, if I ignore the whole 27 Dresses as favorite comedy movie thing.
If you haven't watched Dr. Horrible yet, I urge you to do so right now. I'm even putting it right here in this little post, in case you are feeling lazy. Oh, and lest you forget, NPH is on SNL this weekend and I predict it is going to be legen - wait for it - dary.
Your take on Dr. Horrible's win, or the People's Choice Awards in general? Did anyone even watch it? Sound off below.
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