Candace Bushnell's The Broadroom: Same Shit, Different DayLatoyaPeterson9/09/09 1:00pmFiled to: Sex & the shittyThe BroadroomCandace BushnellMaybellineStereotypesTopGawkerDefamer272EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkCandace Bushnell owes me six minutes and fifty-four seconds of my life back, because that is how much time I wasted on the Sex and the City writer's dismal new "webisode" effort The Broadroom.AdvertisementI say this as a person who is very familiar with Bushnell's work. I read Four Blondes. I read Trading Up. I read Lipstick Jungle. I watched Sex and the City and tuned in for both Lipstick Jungle and Cashmere Mafia because I wanted to see who had the better touch, Bushnell or Star.So I say, with complete confidence, that no one knows how to run an idea into the ground like Candace Bushnell. And as I watched this new venture/product placement/Frito-Lay commercial I felt myself wanting to bash my head against the wall. This? Really? The Broadroom follows five professional women and is supposed to provide insight into their lives by using quick segments and cute conversations that take place in a work setting. There are four total webisodes in all, but is it worth watching?