"he was involved in a documentary about Halston - wo he did not know anything about before hand - that got some good reviews"
Here's the best source of all things Whitney Cuntler-Jones (both article and comments). It'll show you that you're incorrect about his (Mommy-funded) "documentary":
It was quite a trip. I saved some cake for you.
I can't believe the Charleston City Paper paid for you to go there, Editor Sam Spence.
Bill Murray is a man of many talents. He can be funny at times, and yet serious and heartwarming when he gives speeches. For those of you who think he is a "has been" watch out. He'll be around to piss on your grave.
Each week I look forward to your column Your commentary is more entertaining than the actual show! Keep it up :)
Whitney. He is an embarrassment to himself, and to his mother. Oh yes, he was involved in a documentary about Halston - wo he did not know anything about before hand - that got some good reviews... years ago... and... this elegant TV show with all his classy friends, the disgraced politician who I think Whitney is in love with, the goofy Shep, the poor law student, and a gaggle of girls with nothing better to do. Why did Patricia move south from NYC? Whitney reminds me of an only child (he is) who is adulated by his parent (he is) who then has to socialize with grubby kids his own age, so out of shyness and feelings of inadequacy, he acts like he is the coolest kid on earth and is mean to everyone. He is a bitch. He is useless. He is a mommy's boy supported by mommy beholden to mommy. He is also gay. Obvious. He is in love with Thomas, which is why he sometimes wants to hurt Thomas, because Thomas hurts him by not loving him, or even realizing that Whitney loves him. And he is jealous of Craig. And probably wants Craig. Shep is not his type.
And the elegant Patricia - so glamorous she hangs out with her gay son's friends at their silly parties. She reminds me of Tinsley Mortimor's mother, who also embarrassed herself going on their spoiled child's reality tv show.
Burn it all down.
its not real people
Grrreat recap! I live for these, Ms. Barna!!!! On a side note, is anyone getting a little bored with the "Whitneys" who sit in their chintz-filled palace and disparage everyone? Patricia calls Kathryn narcissistic? Pot calling the kettle black?
I love the show but, so very hard to watch the characters discuss the "hayday" of Charleston and the founders when we all know how they an their current heirs (including Patricia and Whitney) became so rich. It's called SLAVERY people!
I grew up in Charleston and this is NOT typical of "Charleston aristocracy".
Craig will be fine. His face is more symmetrical than Shep's.
Great episode that demonstrates that Craig's middle class upbringing is conducive to sensitive over-achievers while Whitney's privileged upbringing produces entitled douche bags.
Why do we subsidize the lethargic lifestyle of people like Whitney and Patricia? Tax the idle rich.
Thomas, Katheryn's probably the only woman who will put up with your selfish ass, wake up dude, you're not going to win the election. Convicted felons don't go to Washington! But your family will be there unless you blow it.
Get your pompous head out of your ass, marry the mother of your child and for pete's sake, stop drinking!
Is that Wynona Judd?
Give me some of your drugs Matti. Please. I need to feel what you feel.
"I think that Kathryn is a good mom and attentive but Thomas needs to be the same."
Yes, Thomas does need to be a good mom. But Kathryn is great. She, a kid herself, decided to get knocked up by a has-been criminal cokehead in order to boost ratings. The guy is old enough to be her grandfather - this is the South after all. And she exploits her child on national TV so people like you can pointlessly swoon about degenerate morons who will ever know or care that you exist.
I love Thomas & Kathryn's baby so much she is adorable. I love when she is shown in any of the episodes. I think that Kathryn is a good mom and attentive but Thomas needs to be the same. It is the little things that count no matter how busy you are but to remember to always say I miss you and love you and I can't wait til this is over so we can be together is the most important thing when you are too busy to actually spend quality time together.
Glad we finally thought up something to bring you back as a regular reader, Oldman!
Starting next week: Stephanie's weekly recaps of General Hospital
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