Friday, November 10, 2006

Bend it Like Bironas makes odd University of Miami / Tina Fey analogy...

In a post professing to utilize an analysis of Tina Fey's new show, 30 Rock, as a means of educating us about college football, Bend it Like Bironas offers opinion on the new hit tv show and predictions about U of M's overall performance for the year.

30 Rock is to become something akin to The Single Guy.
Miami will go 6 and 6 and eke out a bowl berth.

I don't know enough about football to assess the quality of his prognostication and I am not sure how 30 Rock really tells us a thing about college pigskin.

I found the post while looking for scar material. Not literally, of course. I was looking for written material about Tina Fey's scar. Since the site used all of the requisite Big 3 keywords (scar, Tina, Fey), I found it.

The observations about the tendency of the program to put Tina in a sexy light are interesting. Excerpt:

"I don't think it's just for comedic effect. It's like Tina's got a complex since she used to be fat and she's got that nasty scar on her face and she probably got made fun of in high school, so now that she's 36 and hotter than all those chicks who were on the cheerleading squad back in Pennsylvania but married a Sig Ep from Penn State and popped out four kids in seven years, she's going to rub it in their faces by feathering her hair and walking slo-mo on TV in a "disco diva" tank top."

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