First was a rerun of The Simpsons, a not-so-great episode I'd seen before, but hey, it's The Simpsons.
Then the catch-up of The Amazing Race. Mirna and Charla are each an amazing piece of work, as highlighted in the interviews.
An offended Mirna commented, "I feel like I'm in junior high having bullies try to put me down. They disgust me." Colin later noted, "Our backpacks were in the trunk, and we hadn't paid the taxi driver yet. They had very little chance of driving away with this taxi."
Next there was the second episode of Living the Dream, a local production spoofing reality TV where only one of the nine contestants is not an actor.
What would you do if your entire world turned out to be fake? If a group of writers, producers and actors spent six months creating TV's most elaborate experiment - all around you? If they plotted your every move, recorded it 24 hours a day and put it on national television & well that's exactly what happened to Sam Chambers in Living the Dream.
Personally I don't think Billy the gay guy was that convincing, but Sam's background was not one to pick up on that.
Sex in the City is always good, not that I watched it in the earlier sessions.
"It's like she's had two caesarians and a lobotomy." -Carrie
It concluded with a rerun of Will and Grace.
Honey, I already told you. I'm gonna get some Botox, and then I'm-- [GASPS] Why, Wilma! Does my little 'mo wanna get a little bo?
All in all a pleasant evening, but if I had a boyfriend the Race and SitC would have be recorded and the rest missed. (If I couldn't convince him to watch Race.)