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Rule 5 Saturday

15 May 2010 @ 21:04

Bob Belvedere here, speaking for The TCOTS Rule 5 Compliance Committee

As you may have heard or read [please see here], after twenty seasons, the original Law & Order has been cancelled by NBC.  This was not a surprise to many of us who like the show because the quality of the show has been steadily going downhill for the last four or five seasons.  This was good news for those members of the VRWC because the show had often been [most especially in the last four or five seasons] nothing but a propaganda delivery device for the Bolshes.

Over at Three Beers Later, intrepid Richard McEnroe has on been on the story of the cancellation like stink on Rosie O’Donnell and has reported on an arrest that was made by the forces of all that is good upon the news breaking.  Please do take the time to click here and check it all out [he’s even got a picture!].

I’m speaking in place of The Committee tonight because we have decided to do something very special for our Rule 5 Saturday posting.  It is something we have never done before as we feared it would be too dangerous to the hearts and blood vessels in the brains of our loyal manly-men readers.  What we are going to do is feature five beautiful women in one posting.

I am here to warn you that what we are about to unleash may cause a stroke, heart attack, and dry mouth.  Be on your guard.

Without further adieu, we present…

[The second one’s for you Irish]




[The Valkyrie]

  1. Walter Cronkite permalink
    16 May 2010 @ 01:41 01:41

    You should have just stopped after Angie Harmon. Anything more would exceed the medically recommended dosage of HAWT!! As a matter of fact, I think that anything more than a single photo of Angie Harmon requires a prescription.

  2. 16 May 2010 @ 21:04 21:04

    Walter Cronkite is once again telling the nation how it is. No way around the Angie Harmon problem. Best not to scroll down the page. I guess it’s pretty obvious why the DA’s office needed a little fresh air after two years of the pleasant but uninspiring Michael Moriarty and Ben Stone. After all, an hour of television is an hour of television. Jill Henessy and et al, with the exclamation mark most decidedly placed on Ms. Harmon, gave the show some legs.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      16 May 2010 @ 23:15 23:15



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