I'm usually not one to get excited about special edition iPods, unless they are a really amazing color and then I'm tempted, but then I remember that I end up buying them and they are obsolete like a year later so don't spend my money on one that may still be cool and of my favorite band or whatever just to have it fall by the wayside when they invent a 160G one that holds entire libraries of CDs and all my videos and does my laundry too.
With that in mind, I'm still kind of tempted to get this Beverly Hills, 90210 Nano. At first I thought this was just a cheap ploy to get me to watch the new 90210 but when I saw it was old school 90210 I got excited. They are a bit more costly than your everyday ordinary iPods, but do your every day ordinary iPods have Brenda Walsh and Dylan McKay on them? I think not. Plus, you can get it engraved with things, which is nice if you wanted to give it as a gift. Like, "To the second biggest bitch ever" or "Peach Pit Forever" or something along those lines.
If Denise Richards fabricating a story about how her assy reality show It's Complicated is getting picked up for another season has taught me one thing, it's to not trust what dumdum plastic surgery victims/"actresses" say about goings-on in the TV industry. Chances are, they're hoping people will accuse them of merely being confused rather than outright lying, and then realize, hey! That's not such a bad idea, what she said! Maybe we should renew that crappy show no one watched! With that said, I'm taking what Lisa Rinna has said about rumblings of a Melrose Place remake with a grain of Restalyne. I know she's hard up for work now that she's exhausted her second fifteen minutes as the token cougar on Dancing With the Stars, but let's not even put a bug in the CW's ear, OK? It's not fair to anyone.