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Tolerability Index

 

The new Tolerability Index is up, and the useless Golden Globes nominations are out. Coincidence? Yes. But there is one crossover between them: Zach Braff, whose departing show Scrubs falls just shy of Mildly Irritating on the Index, and who was nominated for best actor in a TV comedy for his work on that same just-shy-of-mildly-irritating show. But who would do such a thing? Who would nominate Zach Braff for an award, however irrelevant? Who would be so impressed by his fresh take on male musical homophobia, and tired Blue Man Group jokes that they would feel the need to honor him? Probably this woman: That's Yola Czaderska-Hayek, a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Golden Globe voter, and all-around celebrity-lover. You can read more about her here, and ponder what else she'll vote for in the comments.