Watching Wea/Po and partners has been so much fun! If they compete again, I will be very interested to see what, if any, the effect this has had on their skating.
On another note, wouldn't it be fun to have Georges Laraque back as a guest judge? I will never forget him in that Halloween devil...
I didn't mean that. To be clear, I think Kaitlyn is superb and deserves to win; Andrew second and Katia third. I was just commenting on how Kurt is echoing Sandra from a few years ago. Anyhow, a very good night. I think everyone upped their game.
Yes, I saw this the other night. I checked online to see cast and he was not mentioned. I wanted to see if there were any other skaters mentioned in the cast and came up short. Harmless bit of fluff for an hour and I like the dog.
Thanks for this well-written piece! I hope everyone reads it and takes it to heart!
In terms of continuing your joy, I hope you catch some of BOTB. Many of us are watching and enjoying. Truly, a feel-good show.
I think I was raised on Fred and Ginger. But when I fist saw the Nicholas Brothers, I felt electric shocks! Yes, they were that good. Somewhere there is a documentary on them: The Nicholas Brothers:We Sing and We Dance. They have a very interesting story.
So I spent 9 hours in Emerg. today. Imagine my mood when I finally did get home.
Then I saw Poje in tshirt and jeans and realized my teen age fan girl crush is most definitely not over!
And Katya, goddess that she is, could make a three-armed gorilla in a paper bag look good.
Kurt has toned down the "me" comments a lot. A few seasons ago, he was so bad with it that I was ready to throw something at the TV. Somebody must have told him to tone it down and he has. Irony: I remember when he won his first world championship and was being interviewed by Toller. Much to...
I loved it! Ron MacLean was so excited and it was fun watching him skate with Kurt! Everyone looked so happy to be there. I thought the hockey players were all fairly close together in terms of skill level although Sheldon Kennedy was just a tad better; he seemed to be loose, connected to...