Sometimes, when I come home from work, I watch a little TV--just a little, because my stamina isn't there yet, but this week, I watched the Ellen DeGeneres show three times--well, I watched half of her show three times, because an hour's an awfully long time, but I think it's a really good show.
Ellen always chats with a celebrity, and I thought Chandra Wilson from Gray's Anatomy was delightful--much more interesting to listen to than Orlando Bloom or Antonio Banderas. Seriously. I had to really laugh when she described the serious, determined way she keeps up with four hours of soap operas a day! It's as if she's got important homework. Ellen also plays a game with the audience every day, which was funny both times I saw it.
I must say, though, that the very funniest thing I've seen so far was a foreign commerical. Note: you can get the point of this commerical without any sound, in case you're at work. Of course, the sound does add something. It's funny, either way.
That would NEVER fly on American television, would it? And I'm not watching Ellen today because I need a rest. I have Harry Potter withdrawal, and I'm feeling a little off.