Wednesday, June 27, 2007

FanFan Needs HDTV

As part of my unending quest to reveal the truth about Tina Fey's scar, I came across an Associated Content article about her. It's just a standard bio that reads as a little "fannish", no breaking news to report on our favorite facial disfigurement.

However, I did see something in the comments...

People have commented on the piece, indicating their appreciation for the work and for Ms. Fey. One of the comments claims that the scar originated after a stalker paid a slasher to cut her up. This story has zero credibility and I've yet to find any information consistent with that tale. The commenter also claimed that they made a Lifetime movie about Fey and the incident, which is a complete lie.

That non-helper was not my favorite comment, though. That honor goes to FanFan who claims love Tina Fey but says he/she was surprised to find out that the TV hottie and comedic genius had a scar on her face. He/she had never notice.

Sure, love is blind.... But REALLY!!!?!?!?!

I think FanFan needs HDTV, or at the very least an upgrade to cable or something. It's an UNMISSABLE facial feature, FanFan. I have a good eye doctor if you need a referral or something. Sit closer to the TV. Whatever it takes.

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