Maybe there’s some distortion, due to the layers of plastic over the taxicab TV screen. Or maybe it’s because we’re usually lit up when we’re splurging on a cab. Or maybe it’s just that taxi-television (and WABC) entertainment reporter and movie critic Sandy Kenyon sports a ‘do that is as jubilantly puffed-up as what we gape from the backseat. Haystack-thick, the ruddy orange of robin’s breast, but still of the electric now, Kenyon’s marvelous mane has a lift and kick to it, like maybe the image has been flipped and he’s actually hanging upside down. “It’s like I’m high, but only when I look at that,” a friend observed a while back while Kenyon warned cab-riding parents away from taking older kids to see Dolphin Tale 2. Another friend, who stood next to him at a urinal over the summer, confirms: In real life it’s less garish in color — but even more majestic in body. That friend adds that Kenyon was much nicer than he needed to be about being stared at.