Does anybody not like actress Betty White? She's been around forever, and now, as she approaches her 90th year, she's given a whole new meaning to the phrase "White hot."
Last night, while I was switching back and forth between stations to watch different episodes of "The Golden Girls" (to quote Dorothy Zbornak, "Don't judge me!"), almost every commercial break included the trailer for Betty's latest movie, "You Again," where she plays — what else? — a feisty old broad who is so much cooler than everyone around her. Twice, I saw a commercial for Snickers where she winds up face down in the mud during a touch football game, and during the Lifetime episodes, previews for the second season of her latest sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," were prominent.