I'll be honest: I'm sick of Tiger Woods. The speculation is bad, the truth is worse, and we haven't even heard from him yet (it's going on two weeks now).
Through it all, though, the creative spirit draws me back in. Whether it's low-rent animated reenactments, mistress cheat sheets, or SNL skits featuring the fat guy from "Kenan & Kel," I can't not watch.
Which brings me to this, quite possibly the most brilliant event in pretend-infomercial television history: Billy Dee Williams hawking Tiger Woods collectible plates.
Lord have mercy. Leave it to Lando Calrissian to have the definitive take on the biggest sports story of the year.
via Hugging Harold Reynolds