9.21.2010

And The Award for Best New Drama Goes To...

Gossip

What's the most dramatic thing on TV right now? Gossip Girl? Perhaps...but the made-for-TV event is #LAvNY is gunning for that number one spot. Think I'm playing? Blogger please. Lemme ask you this...

Does Gossip Girl have international superstars caught up in injury controversy? And does that same star, improbably as it may be, pick up the same injury? And does his club announce that he's not traveling to LA while not informing the coach, who says that he hasn't picked the squad yet? Does Gossip Girl feature training ground walk-offs from good players who may not be feeling the same love they used to feel when they where the only DP in town?

And that is just what's poppin' in New York; that's not even addressing anything that's going on in LA. Personally I'm loving all the buildup and the drama as it adds to the evening's story lines; so far there are already enough side-stories to keep us from having to hear the announcer talk up an artificial U.S. v Mexico angle between Lando and Rafa.

2 comments:

coachie ballgames said...

ahh, i was gonna shell out the $25 beans for a ticket and $15 beans for parking at the H.D.C. for this match, but without Henry that juice just aint there.
any other galaxians out there who question the HDC's ability to shut off every street in a 10-mile radius to force us to shell out that hefty parking charge?

Brian said...

Is it really any different than going to Staples and having to pay the ridiculously high price at the parking garages/lots?

I actually had sideline tix to this game but had to give them up because I've been in the hospital for the past week. Guess I didn't really miss much though