'Sex and the City' vs. 'Golden Girls'


If you're looking for a scary mirror opposite of the "Miss Manners" newspaper column, those striving to be a Complete Las Vegan will want to take a look at "Ask Matt Labash" in the Daily Caller.

This week, among other topics, Matt bemoans the "Sex and the City" sequel for which he says: "Sex and the City was never a show about how straight women talk. It was a show about how gay male writers fantasize about straight women talking. If straight women actually talked that way, I’d gladly become gay, too."

Followed by: "After the TV series ended, I sincerely hoped we’d be rid of them forever. But now it seems, they’re going to keep making these crappy movies in perpetuity, until they become the botoxed Golden Girls. Well I remember the original Golden Girls. And given the choice between watching the sexual exploits of Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda vs. Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia -– I’ll take the old dolls any day. Even if two of them are dead. RIP, Bea Arthur and Estelle Getty."

Matt's "advice" is not for the faint of heart. But, as you know, if you laugh little and offend much, then you still have work to do to attain completeness.