Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

'Melrose Place' Still Missing a Landlord

HEATHER LOCKLEARI can't believe I care but also I don't understand why we can't get Heather Locklear on the new Melrose Place. Why? Is she still crying over the death of LAX, my favorite bad TV show about an airport? Is she super-busy with her probation and her DMV "safe driving" class? I just am not really going to watch it without her, and I speak for all gays over the age of 32 when I say this, SO PREPARE TO FEEL THE PAIN, "THE CW."


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Kataphraktos (#226)

I've seen the pilot… meh.

BoHan (#29)

Whatever happened to the black girl who was Vanessa Williams but was not Vanessa Williams? I demand answers!

BoHan (#29)

Oh, that is sad. I was at least hoping she was still teaching Hi-Lo at the Sports Connection or maybe even better yet, Karen Voight Fitness.

SeaBassTian (#281)

"Talk is cheap Amanda. Then again, so are you." You have nothing better on your acting agenda than to flame the fame of Generation X nostalgia… Get back to work!

NicFit (#616)

I always like how Locklear was an Executive Producer and Special Guest Star and her character was the bitch landlady/ad agency owner. Work.

jfruh (#713)

Oh, I remember watching Melrose Place with roommate ironically when I was in grad school. Good times! Then once I was temping as a receptionist with a nice lady who watched it wholly unironically. That was probably one of the most awkward conversations I've ever had in my entire life to this point.

Alex Balk (#4)

I cannot find an embeddable version of it on These Here Internets, but Heather Locklear was in one of the funniest Saturday Night Live sketches ever, which you can and should watch here: http://bit.ly/hlsnl

Oh. MY GOD. I had never seen that and it is actually VERY FUNNY.

scottrevo (#1,091)

I've been given to understand that Laura Leighton/Sydney is probably gonna be the queen bitch/Amanda Woodward of the building. Thank heavens. There IS a future after being the spokesmodel for Blackmailers Anonymous.

TribalPottery (#1,262)

Laura Leighton is the owner of Melrose Place and gets murdered in the first episode. The whole season one is a murder mystery similar to "Desperate House" season one.

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