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Yes, Kristen said earlier in the episode that the dish was supposed to be a play on both types - macaroons and French macarons.
Lisa wasn't referring to something specific Penner had done, it was a general question she would have asked anyone. She was essentially asking why...
I actually work at a startup in the Valley, and pretty much everyone I know thinks this show is completely ridiculous. :)
Then afterwards please enjoy my friend's hilarious Star Trek:TNG Fashion blog entry on that episode: Fashion It So
She's totally Mary Carillo.
I don't know how anyone could have missed that cape. It was one of the strangest outfits I've ever seen. :p
Also, Shelly is Mary Carillo....
He's currently starring in the new revival of Finian's Rainbow.
I disagree. I think he's one of the smartest comedic actors on TV right now.
I don't think she'll be fired any time soon. She's married to the show's creator, Glenn Gordon Caron. ;)
Dick Whitman. It's a Mad Men reference. :up:
I adore Angie Tempura, but I had the same Lisa Loopner thought when I was watching too, tem.
She's handing off the judges' scores to the stage manager: http://popwatch.ew.com/popwatch/2009/03/carrie-ann-in-1.html
Ah, that makes sense. She was clearly wearing a wig in this episode and I was wondering what was up. :)
I took the look at the glass to be Don noticing the seam and that it was pressed glass.
She was - that was her in 2 of the 4 shots.
The show is not in real time - Fashion week already happened, so in order to avoid spoilers they let all four of the finalists show their...
You still can! :)
I was also a diehard fan of the UK version, and was very apprehensive of the US version. I did love Season 1, but they were definitely finding...
It's Rich Sommer - he also plays Harry on Mad Men.
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.