While I was stuck at home this weekend fighting away germs, I watched a lot of entertainment television. I can’t watch this type of stuff every day because there’s only so much Britney/Paris I can take, but I tend to live vicariously through celebrities, and I need info. Anyway, the show I was watching is hosted by a comic that was cracking jokes about Jennifer Aniston. Apparently there had been an event where Brangelina and Jen were both/all in attendance, and a run-in was narrowly avoided. I mean, didn’t Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston split up ages ago? Is this really still an issue for her? This story led into a slew of jokes about Jennifer’s friendship with Courteney Cox and David Arquette. The host said, “I wonder how many times David Arquette has walked into a restaurant and said, ‘Table for three, please.’ ” Then it dawned on me, does Jennifer Aniston feel like a third wheel? Does she feel lonely? She is just a person, after all, even if she is a celebrity. All of a sudden I felt a kinship with her – maybe she is sitting by herself on her couch at this very moment, wondering what life has in store for her, hoping for great things, but not sure what to expect. I’m not saying we should set up a prayer vigil for Jennifer Aniston or anything, but I thought it was an interesting perspective. What do you think?