About BG

BG is a professional blogger whose work has appeared on numerous sites from Rotten Tomatoes to PopMatters. She loves film, TV (yes "the boob tube"), and music and has critiqued on all three. In 2004, she published a book with Penguin on the hit reality TV show "The Apprentice". She realizes that was four years ago already and we live in fast times. 

Her writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe and The Jerusalem Post. She writing can presently be found over at Jewlicious, Amaldo.com's blog, and an anonymous blog which will one day make her famous and supports her long-term goal of world domination of the blogosphere.


Michael Richards Is A Victim Of America & His Own Meltdown

Michael Richards Is A Victim Of America & His Own Meltdown
By March 20, 2007

Comedian Paul Mooney was interviewed last week by Nathan Rabin of The Onion's A.V. Club and had this to say on subject of the N-word and the infamous heckler incident that made him reevaluate ever using it again: AVC: You've … Read More

But Is It Kosher?

But Is It Kosher?
By March 20, 2007

A new restaurant chain is seeing its way to Israel and one that businessman Ofer Ahiraz feels will "suit the Israeli entertainment culture." The beloved American pastime (aside from football and baseball) of ogling women in a more open, acceptable … Read More

Thank You Jason Reitman For Being Mildy Funny

By March 19, 2007

Since writing and directing the much acclaimed "Thank Yor For Smoking," Jason Reitman has been producing a series of shorts, many of which have appeared on Youtube. This clip deals with another politically-charged subject: Sexual Consent Laws for minors. It's … Read More

What To Do When Your Movie Tanks & Your Most Notable Recent Accomplishment is Shark

What To Do When Your Movie Tanks & Your Most Notable Recent Accomplishment is Shark
By March 19, 2007

Mumble something along the buzz word lines of "technology" and "cultural change" while hobnobbing at a cocktail party with some of LA's finest and become guest editor for the Sunday commentary section of The LA Times. "The Da Vinci Code" … Read More

In Search Of A Few Good Chaste Ambassadors

In Search Of A Few Good Chaste Ambassadors
By March 19, 2007

Courtesy BBC: Israel has recalled its ambassador to El Salvador after he was found drunk and naked apart from bondage gear. Reports say he was able to identify himself to police only after a rubber ball had been removed from … Read More

Obama’s Big Endorsement?

Obama’s Big Endorsement?
By March 19, 2007

Barack Obama seems to be solidifying his stance as Democratic candidate of choice with the Jewish lobby. Recently an email circulated from a Florida congressman "laying it on thick" the praise for the candidate: “What has always struck me about … Read More

Roman Abramovich To Shed Excess Cellulite Thru Divorce

Roman Abramovich To Shed Excess Cellulite Thru Divorce
By March 16, 2007

Roman Abramovich, owner of the Chelsea football (in the European sense) team/Russian oligarch/gazillionaire is getting a divorce from his wife of fifteen years, Irina. Seen in the picture here alongside the oil tycoon is the side of the head of his … Read More

Push The Button Is Not A Song About Terror After All

Push The Button Is Not A Song About Terror After All
By March 16, 2007

It's just written by a bunch of self-serving opportunist weenies. Finnish Eurovision official Kjell Ekholm voiced concerns about Teapacks’ Push The Button entry last week, because he thought it could be deemed offensive to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. But Teapacks … Read More