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"On the screen a succession of day-time airheads preened themselves or gossiped with even more vacuous D-list celebrities.
Point a camera at them while they go about their absurd lives and this soulless pair of sex-obsessed airheads are just about the funniest thing on telly But give them a script - and it's a disaster.
Now before you groan, she is nothing like the shallow airheads in TV's Footballers' Wives.
He started his career as a scenic artist on films such as "The Towering Inferno," "Blade Runner" and "All the President's Men," moving up to art director on "Con Air," "The Rock" and "Airheads."
He and his like are portrayed as ultra-trendy airheads that are more interested in their image, reading hip magazines, and acquiring the latest gizmos than offering anything worthwhile to society.
FBI agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland (Marlon and Shawn Wayans) are assigned the role of bodyguards to two society airheads, who are prime targets for a kidnapping ring.
We're giving away 25 Candy Care cards with Airheads inside.
Gore's America--And Ours." Gore's America, as depicted by Steyn, consists mainly of "Al Sharpton's entourage, gay scoutmasters, partial-birth-abortion fetishists," liberal Hollywood airheads, and foreigners.
So sue me if I can't get worked up over a group of airheads who wouldn't even know what that show is.
Of course, the airwaves still carry more than their fair share of TV shows that depict women primarily as curvaceous airheads. However, it is possible to find programs that depict the lives of women more realistically.
Three years ago Michael Buerk was so apoplectic about the BBC's dumbed-down coverage of the Queen's Jubilee he wrote an epic rant calling it "cringingly inept" because they put in front of the camera "pneumatic birdbrains, daytime airheads and vacuous D-list celebrities" like Tess Daly.
"I believe that, far from being a luxury in our lives, the arts and culture are a necessity" Actor Kevin Spacey "A piece of television for airheads, starring an airhead" Actor Charles Dance on TV show Paris Hilton's British Best Friend "Our economy has experienced a massive heart attack, with the banks at its centre.