Postscript: The Academy Awards May Never Be The Same

The Oscars have been handed out.

The spectacle’s a wrap.

And what is all the buzz about?

A sick and senseless slap!

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  • S.E. Cupp had a similar column. Most of the nominees are on streaming, and ABC7 acted like the awards were a subsidiary of Disney, so, basically who cares? I was watching The Simpsons, which had the life-changing message "don't look as smart as you are."

  • In reply to jack:

    Chris Rock got some solace. His stand-up shows are sold out.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    That's what it's about. Based on my wrestling viewership, the slow mo looked like a "work."

    Wonder if it affects his Chase credit card ad career.

  • Once upon a time, I liked watching the Oscars: There were movies I had seen and nominees I knew, or at least knew about. I didn't go anywhere near a theater in the past year, for obvious reasons and less evident ones, and I could not have told you who and what was nominated.

    On the other hand, this is not going to make me look any closer at the principals, nor Hollywood in general.

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    Only two of which I heard were the West Side Story remake and Licorice Pizza. At first, I missed the King Richard (Richard Williams) reference in Will Smith's tirade. Also, I'm not into the gowns, but maybe that's because I am into more petite women.

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