I'm usually the first one out of the gate to make a snotty remark about the Sarah, Jessica and Parker Stables, but I don't really see anything terribly wrong with the Chinese cover of Harper's Bazaar Spring Edition.
It also looks like we'll get a peek inside of her fancy Tribeca Stable Loft, as well as some of SJP's favorite choices in exclusive hoof-wear by the very talented Iris Scheiferstein.
In fact, we found a few pair of Iris's handiwork right off the
runway racetrack...take a look, won't you?
And your everyday shoe/hoof/bootie is everyone's favorite, right?
Hold on to your riding hats, because you will rear UP when you see the exquisite Tribeca Stables for Sarah, Jessica and Parker.
The life of an aging Sex and the City old gray mare is pretty fabulous, isn't it?
Gaaaaaah. FINE. Here's the REAL magazine cover that the whole world is flipping out over due to the alien-horsification of SJP.
Frankly, we did a more authentic job, thankyouverymuch.
In what was probably the weakest episode of the entire series, Kurt gets a job, Rachel gets a makeover and there's an election at McKinley. You don't care about any of this, and neither do I.
Glee had a chance to be relevant in a good way and address this year's election but we all know Ryan Murphy isn't nearly as clever or funny as he thinks he is.
Brittany is running for re-election as Student Council President, and Blaine decides to throw his hat in the ring with Sam and his impressions as his running mate. Artie does his best to make Brittany seem like the better candidate, but is really helping his ex-girlfriend (did we all forget that they dated?) out to score a date with Sugar. Speaking of, I know Blaine, Brittany and Sam are supposed to be the focus back at school but can we do something with Sugar and Tina, please?
At the school's poorly attended debate, instead of giving a speech Sam strips, deciding to embrace his past instead of letting it be a controversy. Although Blaine's pro-hair gel speech went over well, I'm pretty sure it was Sam's abs that won them the election. They celebrate at Breadstix, where Brittany congratulates Sam on his win. These two seems to be getting pretty friendly lately.
In New York, Kurt applies for an intern position at Vogue.com where he meets Isabelle Wright, played by Sarah Jessica Parker. It's hard not to imagine SJP as anyone other than Carrie Bradshaw, but she really was playing Carrie if she had stayed at that Vogue job back on 'Sex and The City' here. For someone that does have a pretty neat job, she is oddly devoid of self-confidence, but I guess that is a twist on the angry, stiletto-wearing, Starbucks-sipping editrix stereotype that 'The Devil Wears Prada' gave us. She instantly takes a liking to Kurt, as she was from Columbus, OH and once got sick at Breadstix. He's hired, and immediately becomes her right hand man, but I can't imagine ANYONE at Vogue or any other fashion magazine would care that much about what an intern thinks.
At NYADA, Rachel is being picked on by the "black swans" for the way she dresses, this of course means MAKEOVER! Kurt sneaks her into Vogue's offices where they are caught by Isabelle and a couple of guards. Instead of firing Kurt, she helps him makeover Rachel and somewhere a long the way she gets ombre highlights. Rachel likes the new her, and so does Brody. Idk what is up with this kid, he knows that he can have any girl at the school, but he's stuck on Rachel. Oh right, we're still supposed to think she's special.
Almost burning the apartment down, Rachel prepares dinner for Brody, who shows up with more flowers. Over pizza they talk about their childhood quirks that leads them into a kiss, but they're interrupted by a knock at the door. Surprise, surprise, it's Finn. Oh yeah, there was some stuff about Mr. Schue being uninspired for ideas for New Directions and wanting to sign up for some Blue Ribbon Panel thing in D.C. that he gets, but that means he has to leave the kids and Emma for a couple of months. Just do it, Will. Get away from all of this.
"Everybody Wants To Rule The World" sung by Blaine. Blaine is finding it hard to navigate McKinley without Kurt, even with all of the clubs he's joined. Even after winning Student Council President, he realizes that the only reason he switched schools was for Kurt and that he needs to live his own life. It doesn't help that Kurt ignores his call to keep talking to his new fashion friends.
"Celebrity Skin" sung by Brittany and Sam. Sam has never been the suit and tie type, and Brittany has never had more than a few brain cells to spare at any moment, but that didn't stop Blaine and Artie from trying to change them. But eff all that, they're going to run through the halls of the school messing up a Hole song. Countdown to Courtney Love having a fit in 3....2....1....
"The Way You Look Tonight/You're Never Fully Dressed" sung by Kurt, Rachel and Isabelle. Again, Glee stole another little plot point from the better Ugly Betty. Let's do a makeover by using clothes in the fabled Vogue closet. To be fair, that's been done a lot, but it was really done here. SJP really looked like she was having fun, didn't she!
"A Change Would Do You Good" sung by Rachel and Brody. This Sheryl Crow song that I just barely remember was sung by the two lovebirds as they bounced through the neighborhoods of NYC. It ends back in class at NYADA where they kiss and she offers to cook him dinner.
Written by: Brittani
Oh dear. The thoroughbred beauty, I'll Have Another, who was a Triple Crown-winning hopeful, has not only had to pull out of the Belmont Stakes, but retire from racing altogether due to tendonitis.
"The winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes is too valuable as a potential sire to risk on the race track any longer. I'll Have Another won't be allowed to do much more than walk, but at least he'll walk away from a game, and a difficult Triple Crown schedule, that claimed Barbaro and Eight Belles and crippled many others.
"Just a freakish thing," O'Neill said. "When you have a human or equine athlete who gives 110 percent every time they step on the court or the track, you're [susceptible] to injury. I've been hoping and praying he would stay injury-free and . . . it didn't happen."
I'll Have Another had a chance to end the drought until the swelling in his left foreleg took him out of the Belmont and retired him from racing. Now he has joined the list of 11 other horses since Affirmed who won the Derby and Preakness but couldn't complete the Triple Crown. Unlike I'll Have Another, though, the others were given a chance.
Allow me to set the tone here. I'm hungry, thus I have a headache. It's gorgeous outside and I should be outside
freckling tanning my blubber without sunscreen.
Now this. And by "this" I mean the Official Horse Trailer to Sarah Jessica Parker's idiotic new film, "I Don't Know How She Does It". (In case anyone is concerned--and I know you aren't--I do have a bucket of slimy, hay-filled water from the County Fair barn to douse my hair that is once again on fire, thankyouverymuch.)
Watch this lame piece of crap, won't you?
Okay. Now. I have ONE. SINGLE. WORD that smacked me in the face while watching this whiny, privileged, married and living in a crazy-expensive home in New York City while wearing crazy-expensive clothing working mother of two: NANNY. The End. Seriously. End of GOTdamn story.
I swear, if I have to see that mare struggling to dress herself and cram her hoof into a shoe while looking oh, so darling and disheveled (it's all the rage, you know), I will pull an Elvis and shoot my GOTdamn Magnavox television set that is sitting on top of my worshin' machine.
The very idea of this film is stale and insulting to women who HAVE to work for a low to average wage, living in a crappy apartment, bills up her bum, perhaps raising those precious children without a husband at all, and a...don't make me say it again--NANNY. Now there's the real question! How does SHE do it?? But that wouldn't make for an interesting movie, now would it?
Oh, believe me, I get that a movie is supposed to be a form of escapism, so don't EVEN. That's why I lean toward thrillers featuring ballet and black birds and anything starring Paul Rudd or Anthony Hopkins. I'll take a funny-smart dude or a crazy-sexy older psychopath ANY day over this drivel.
So. Just how does SJP "do it" exactly? I know you're still wondering, so I did a little research all in the name of...I don't know what.
Don't forget the accessories!
Clearly...the equine-set have an awful lot to teach us how they "do it", don't they?