Never having seen before any of the videos nominated for video of the year for the 2012 CMT Country Music Awards, which will air live from Nashville this coming Wednesday, the Little Rock Pop Culture Examiner recently sat down to select the video she believes should win the award.
Full House: Granted this show ran for eight years, and the re-runs are still on, the show kind of just…ended. Did it not? I think the “finale” was part two of Michelle’s horse-jumping accident, when the family is trying to help her regain her memory. Honestly, I don’t think that made for a very good ending for a show that everyone knows and loves. Again, everyone is all grown up now… so maybe an episode or two, to jump to the future of what happened with everyone, could suffice. Hey, the Bradys did with a movie. Why not the Tanners?
Most first dates start with the casual date. You meet someone who looks interesting and you think that this might be a person you would like to go out with. The date can be as simple as going for coffee, or as complex as a show and dinner, depending on both of your styles. Casual date questions are usually fact gathering inquiries, such as: What do you do for a living? What kind of music do you like? They give you a simple profile of whether or not you are compatible. Now a casual first date can escalate into a serious date if the chemistry is just right.
Never be mean. I know it appears to be too straightforward but it really is so true. This is true in any scenario or virtually any Adult dating, yet , occasionally the fury around a split makes us behave much more viciously than we all ordinarily might. Even if you’re harmed, the fact that you keep asking, “Just what should I do to get my old boyfriend back?” demonstrates you are able to forgive that person. If you couldn’t, you would not wish your ex-mate back; you’d be ecstatic it absolutely was over.
Philippe Charbonneau, born with his mother’s maiden name, later took his father’s name and Americanized it to Philip Kent when he was newly in America. He had grown up in France. His actress mother, Marie, had had an affair with a British nobleman and Philip grew up not knowing the truth. He was reared in a rather poor state in his mom’s french country Inn. Marie had wished that her son would one day be re-united with his rich dad in England. The Duke had sent some support over the years but the father and son had never met.
In an ending that will shock probably nobody at all, William and Melissa are left without roses. Though viewers saw very little of William Holman this season, he did make an impact in the house. Michelle and Vienna cried as they watched him walk away, and he even got emotional in the limo as well. While Blake got his way in getting Melissa out tonight, he didn’t fool those in the house and he has a big target on his back. Vienna and Kasey maintain control of the Bachelor Pad house, and time is running out for anybody to make any big moves.
By bringing creativity and fun into your home and getting back “in touch” with other, you are far more likely to preserve your marriage and avoid joining the statistics.