Answer Me This – Leap Day Pop Culture

1) What is the last movie you saw in a theater? Was it good?

2) What is your favorite tv show? question_mark_silver

3) What is the last album you bought (or stole from the internet, or burned from a friend) that you loved?*

4) If you were in charge of People Magazine’s Sexiest Person Alive, who would win?

5) Who is your favorite artist? (Like art artist)

6) What is your favorite musical/opera/play?

7) What do you think is the worst song ever recorded?

* Will you burn me a copy?

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  1. 1. 28 Dresses. It was girlie
    2. The WIRE. Period. Amen. However, when the series is over in two weeks, my favorite show will then be LOST.
    3. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, 100 Days, 100 Nights. It kicks ass.
    4. Gabriel Byrne
    5. Eleanor Hopkins. I have several originals
    6. Sound of Music
    7. I suffered through a childhood of Anne Murray, Roger Whittaker and Helen Reddy

  2. I don’t know why my commects won’t stay for this post. This is the third try. HEre Goes.
    1. 28 Dresses. Quite girlie.
    2. The Wire. Period. AMEN. However, The Wire series ends in two weeks so my new favorite will be LOST.
    3. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, 100 Days, 100 Nights. Awesome.
    4. Gabriel Byrne
    5. Eleanor Hopkins. I have numerous originals.
    6.Sound of Music
    7. I suffered through a childood of Anne Murray, Roger Whittaker and Helen Reddy.

  3. 1) 27 Dresses. I liked it. James Marsden YUM!
    2) Right now it would have to be LOST.
    3) Kayne West’s latest Graduation.
    4) Lee Pace. Ned from Pushing Daises.
    5) My nephew Noah
    6) West Side Story. Hands down!
    7) The Macarena.

  4. 1) Juno. Yes, it was very good.

    2) Probably Project Runway, when it’s on.

    3) The Crane Wife by the Decemberists

    4) Oooh…Johnny Depp, though he probably has already won before.

    5) I’m really into Hiroshige lately.

    6) Rent was really good when I saw it off-Broadway.

    7) Love Shack (haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate)

    * Sure, if you don’t rat me out. Email me your address and I’ll hook you up.

  5. 1. The Other Boleyn Girl – liked the book more.
    2. Friday Night Lights.
    3. Er. . . I can’t even remember. Probably the last U2 album.
    4. Ewan MacGregor
    5. Van Gogh and Cassatt.
    6. Rent and Mamma Mia
    7. Everything by New Kids on the Block

  6. ) Vantage Point. Okay.

    2) LOST

    3) Keith Urban. *You probably wouldn’t want it. It’s country.

    4) Brad Pitt tied with Jon Bon Jovi

    5) Van Gogh

    6) Wicked

    7) That stupid “Umbrella” song by Rhianna

  7. 1) What is the last movie you saw in a theater? Was it good? Is it wrong that I can’t remember that far back? Could it really be Meet the Robinsons?

    2) What is your favorite tv show?
    The soup. Joel McHale rocks my world.

    3) What is the last album you bought (or stole from the internet, or burned from a friend) that you loved?* Tie – Amy Winehouse and Sugarland. Both are awesome in their own way.

    4) If you were in charge of People Magazine

  8. 1) The Polar Express, and yes, it was good!

    2) Boston Legal

    3) Lenny Kravitz: Love Revolution

    4) Salma Hayek

    5) I’m a Philistine… I don’t have a favorite artist, unless I count my nine year old.)

    6) West Side Story

    7) That Goddamned Mony Mony song by Tommy James & The Shondelles (later covered by Billy Idol & everybody else)

  9. Nancy, I saw that episode of the Gong show!

  10. Late as usual, but here are my answers. Happy March!
    1) Be Kind, Rewind. Yes, it was great.

    2) The Office.

    3) Queen Latifah, Travelin’ Light.

    4) I would. That would show them!

    5) Edward Hopper.

    6) The Producers.

    7) Horse with No Name, by America. I burn with shame that it was recorded in the 70s.

    * Yes!

  11. 1. 300, lots of hot man-on-man action
    2. The Office, 30 Rock, Lost has lost it’s luster
    3. Ween- La Cucaracha
    4. Love me some Clive Owen, Javier Bardem is pretty smoking, too.
    5. I love Dali, Kandinsky, Jeff Koons (who I used to hate), Gary Panter, so many others…
    6. Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    7. Stars are Blind by Paris Hilton

  12. 1. Sweeney Todd or I am Legend, can’t remember, liked them both

    2. Jeopardy

    3. Fat Freddy’s Drop – Based on a True Story (I bought it and still love it)

    4. I don’t know.

    5. Salvador Dali

    6. The Flying Dutchman

    7. You know how some songs are so bad that they are good in a funny kinda way? Well the worst song ever recorded would have to be that bad, so it’s impossible for me to answer.

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