(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) 2005
A wonderful entertainment-activist judge in Los Angeles has announced the unexpected, super-sweet possibility of what will no doubt be the greatest television show ever:
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- The judge in the murder trial of music impresario Phil Spector said Wednesday he's leaning toward allowing the trial to be televised and will make a decision after hearing from lawyers later this month.And by it, of course, Judge Fidler is being a little coy in reference to what is assuredly one of the most remarkable achievements in modern hairdo technology and perhaps one of the greatest hairdos in all creation, period. OMG, this trial is going to be so great! I may have to take a leave-of-absence for this one.
The 67-year-old music producer -- famed for creating the "wall of sound" recording technique that revolutionized rock music -- is charged with killing actress Lana Clarkson in his suburban mansion on February 3, 2003.
"This is a trial of public interest," said Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler. "I always have a problem with commentators telling people what is going on rather than letting the public see the trial for themselves. I'm a firm believer in having the public see it."
Please contemplate its mysteries, its majesty: