Loyal readers know that I do not spare Lisa in these pages. (Some comment I am not tough enough on her. Mr. Blogger can attest to my private comments, but in this forum I am trying to have some class. Only you, dear reader, can decide whether I succeed.)
Dare we hope that Lisa has heard/read our humble blog? She has looked so much more professional lately, with a few slip-ups now and again. Her hair is still too long, her hoop earrings still too big, but let’s give praise where it’s due.
Below, Lisa’s leftward cant in the interview speaks to her newfound confidence. She looks like a seasoned pro, not a candy striper. Not lost on us is her blue Flair pen and blue paper, certainly a homage to Judy.
She even managed to look swell in this semi-ghastly floral top:
Not lost on this blogger is the fact that Lisa is not wearing glasses in any of these images. I am a big fan of specs, and sport a honkin’ pair of black frames me-self but Lisa clearly doesn’t have a trusted advisor when it comes to her spectacles. Let’s all pause a moment to recall our own least-favorite pair of Lisa’s frames.
Maybe she should lay off them until one of us can go with her to Warby Parker or wherever.
Michael Kofman has been on Judy’s show frequently and we couldn’t help but notice the portrait to his right. Is that Patrick Stewart dressed as Napoleon?
It sure is!
Turns out there is an artist (Steve Payne) who puts famous actors’ faces onto general’s bodies:
And I was wrong — it is a Russian general’s body DURING Napoleon’s invasion.
I would have gone for the Bill Murray myself:
Oh it’s great to be back!