Friday, October 27, 2006

Leah can Relate to Tina Fey

If you watched the recent 30 Rock where Alec Baldwin sets Tina Fey up with someone of a different sexual orientation, you undoubtedly enjoyed a few laughs (if not a few fantasies).

For those of you missed it, Tina gets set up on a date with a lesbian, even though she's straight. They hit it off in a platonic kind of way, but by the time it's all done, Tina Fey is willing to consider bending her persuasion a little bit if it allows her to maintain a friendship with the woman. It was funnier on TV than in this summary.

Leah, like me, thought the show was darn good. She has a great reaction to the episode, stating:

"And what single, middle-aged woman hasn’t thought about that? You’re older. You’ve learned to make compromises in your life. You’ve outgrown most of your childhood friends and it feels great to have a woman your age to go get coffee with. If you have to make out or use a strap-on to ensure you always have a date to the movies, then so be it."

That's great stuff, Leah!

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