Ok......I am a huge fan of the Onion Sports Dome. The show is hysterical, and I am excited for my bit to get on there. (Fingers crossed it isn't cut) They nailed SportsCenter so well. Even the hosts look like they could really host SportsCenter. They succeeded with the patter that anchors use on ESPN's flagship show. Some highlights for me were: "The Who Would You Kill?" segment and the A-Rod musical, where an oiled up and sexually ambiguous latin man gyrates on the stage and sings about his hatred for "Eric Cheeter" and how much he wants to have sex with women. Hysterical. I laughed and also covered my mouth in shock a few times, it was really really funny. It has a lead in of Tosh.0, which is really strong to have too. I expect big things for this show.
Boxing has been great to me, my weight loss and as a general outlet, but I gotta chill for a week. My left wrist is still a bit tender from Monday a week ago. We were sparring and I was pretty gassed. There hadn't been class for 2 weeks or so because of the holidays and snowstorms etc. My technique went out of the window and I rolled my left wrist when I threw a jab to my sparring partner's body. I want to box for fitness indefinitely, so there is no reason to rush this recovery. A solid week off should do wonders for me. I'll just watch what I eat for the most part and I should be fine.
"Black Swan" is absurd. It's a fun movie, but the director just tried to shock people the entire time. With that being said, the performances of the actors were really great. Natalie Portman blew me away. Mila Kunis was also excellent, and I was really captivated by Vincent Cassel and Barbara Hershey.
"Rabbit Hole" is very sad but also very good. I was especially taken by Miles Teller.