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July 10, 2008

Sean Young's a little bit crazy, er, country


Such is our unending love for truth-teller and best awards show guest ever Sean Young that we will make a point, backed by the generic DVR system that we affectionately call our TiFaux, to watch "Gone Country 2." At least once.

Where else on earth can we see the "Blade Runner" actress warbling in front of inmates of a Tennessee correctional facility and, elsewhere in this amalgam of "Real World," "But Can They Sing?" and "Scared Straight," blurt out, "Lots of people think of me as crazy."

Be still our hearts.

Competing against Young will be the patriarch of the Fame Grubbing Lamas Clan, Lorenzo, Jermaine Jackson, Sebastian Bach, a boy band guy, an "Idol" castoff and some other people we don't care about. Go, Sean!

Look here for a clip of the show.

Again, who says the Television Critics Association press tour is worthless? We beg to differ. If only Sean could MC the whole thing.


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