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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

No "Glee" on Capitol Hill, but a lot of smiling faces at Fox-TV; "Where is Love" - Molly, Frida and Mimmi Sandén

Recently, I was finally able to watch the Pilot episode
of Fox-TV's critically-acclaimed new show Glee from
beginning to end without interruption, instead of in bits
and pieces.

I even noticed over the weekend while I was over at
Wal-Mart that they was selling the Pilot DVD for only
$5 a pop, and as it happened, while I tried to find a
register with a short line, I noticed a couple of kids
with the DVD in their hands, certainly a positive sign
for Fox in general, and what promises to be a huge
audience tonight -including me- when it has its Fall
premiere at 9 p.m.








That's about the time that most Americans will be
wondering why President Obama didn't outline
the specifics of what he wanted in his health care
reform package in the first place, instead of giving
Congress enough rope to hang themselves,
as if his doing the exact opposite of Hillarycare,
holding things close to the vest and meeting in private
and initially refusing to tell the public and press
who was in the meetings, was going to be the road
to success,

One of the songs that was sung in the Pilot is one that
I've heard probably a couple of dozen times before,
Where is Love from Oliver!, and yet I know that
what's become my favorite version of it, an a cappella
version, is one that 99.99% of you have never heard before.

Well, that being said, since the show will be on in a
couple of hours and I can't really imagine any scenario
where I'd ever have an excuse to use it here in the
near future, for your listening pleasure, from Stockholm,
the ridiculously-talented Sandén sisters: Mimmi,
Frida and Molly.


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