Not that I was thrilled by tranny-chaser Eddie Murphy hosting this year's shindig, but where in the Hell did they dig up Billy Crystal? I'm sure today's youth will dig 3-and-a-half hours of non-working prostate jokes. They should have went with Betty White. I think I would have been more excited if they got Bob Hope's reanimated corpse to host the soiree. (Oh well, there's always next year.) Billy couldn't possibly do worse than last year's stoned-out-of-his-mind James Franco and his overcompensating co-host/holler monkey, Anne Hathaway.
I was gonna call this Zatarra's Oscar predictions, but you probably don't even read his fishnet stocking-clad daughter Zatanna, so I figured you wouldn't know who the heck he is. Please, you barely know who the eff I is.
Now, without further a-douche, I will list MY predictions for the winners of the Oscars and only bore you with the categories that people really care about. I'm only going to list who I think the winners are, as the other nominees are just losers, in essence.
Best Supporting Actor:
Jonah Hill. He was a hoot-and-a-half in Super Bad. People seem to like him, and this is a different role for him. With follow-ups like crazy babysitter or whatever, he better get the gold while he can.
Brad Pitt. It's his turn. And, he needs another good reason to screw Angie that night.
Best Supporting Actress:
Octavia Spencer. If Minnie doesn't win, it will be Rodney King all over again. People will be looting Gucci gift bags left and right.
Rooney Mara. This would be a huge upset on many levels, but, hey, I loved her and I think it's easier having a British accent (Madonna does it most of the time) than piercing your clit for the love of Pete!
Scorsese. I might get rubbed out if I say anyone else.
The Artist. It just is.
If I'm wrong, who cares? I still encourage you to watch. Nothing else good is on that night.
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