This is a happy news day, and not just because great things are happening for Glee. But FYI, great things are continuing to happen for Glee.
I'm going to be up front and admit that it has been a while since I regularly watched Curb Your Enthusiasm. I sort of lost interest around the time that Larry and Cheryl's relationship fell apart. However, the promise of a Seinfeld reunion this season suckered me back in. I know the Seinfeld cast spot doesn't happen for a few episodes, but figured it was worth watching from the start of this season, and I'm so delighted that I did. The first episode, in which Larry tries unsuccessfully to break up with his girlfriend Loretta (Vivica A. Fox) before her cancer diagnosis comes in, had me in stitches. I was completely reminded of what I liked about this show in the first place. Apparently, absence did make my heart grow fonder.
There is soon to be very little in the way of you living your life looking exactly like Vicki Gunvalson.
You know, it's not an unpopular thing to want to cure cancer, it being a horrific disease and all. So even if your primary motive for ridding the world of the affliction is that chemo patients are stealing your rightful bald man sympathy vote (and subsequent sympathy sex, more importantly), well, does it really make it any less noble? Of course not! You're Larry David, you're rich, you're a genius, and you're making the world a better place. Let's all help a bald brother out and cure cancer already!
Really no news of much consequence today, but I'm so glad about real TV returning tonight I hardly care.