The post begins as a muse on the murder of a character on "The L Word" and ends with a sweeping condemnation of romance novels and the women who love them.
Among Kelly's observations:
For those of you who don’t have Showtime, the premise of “The L Word” is that beautiful women like to have sex with one another.
Kelly's thoughts on the death of Mia Kirshner's character, Jenny:
It’s possible someone murdered her just because she was one of the more annoying characters on television.
More about Kirshner:
Her character on “The L Word” also had a brief stint as a stripper, for which loyal viewers are still grateful.
Regarding Kirshner's contributions to "I Live Here," a recent non-fiction book about displaced women and children:
Part travel narrative, part graphic novel, part “paper documentary,” it proves that George W. Bush got at least one thing right: “One of the great things about books is sometimes there are some fantastic pictures.”
Kelly's comment on a recent
Further proof, if any were needed, that romance novels remain what they have always been: pornography for women.
Who exactly is David Kelly, anyway? Anyone know? We've combed the Internet and the NYT website for a clue and can't find anything. We're pretty sure he's not the guy married to Michelle Pfeiffer.