The tradition of increasingly high-tech goat-vandalizing is so excellent. We don’t have anything that fun in America. We need more Christmas criminals to root for.
There’s so much going on! This is like if the Sergeant Pepper’s album covered was designed by painter* John Wayne Gacy for a post-apocalypse wasteland as envisioned in 1987.
*Also serial killer.
Haha, I saw 2Hungry 2Games last night so I actually get that joke! Look at me! So exciting. I’m IN!
(I also just downloaded the trilogy to my Zune so I can read to clarify certain plot points and find out what happens next.)
This movie sounds like it might destroy my soul. So, I’m tempted.
Robin Hoodowitz: Prince of Turkeys
I’m kind of surprised that Charlie was “in” to begin with. I always just assumed he could afford the premiums on SAG’s top insurance plan and wouldn’t need to go into the exchange. Huh.
I feel like half his stories are solid and Empty Child/Doctor Dances would be in the top 10 of all episodes — maybe even across all 50 years. I also liked Parting of the Ways a lot and Bad Wolf and Unquiet Dead. Nothing Eccleston got was as awful as the Tennant ones where the girl turns into a piece of sidewalk, or Fear Her. Therefore I OBJECT. [BANGS GAVEL] CASE CLOSED! BAILIFF!
I feel like the world has flipped. YOU’RE TO MY RIGHT NOW INSTEAD OF MY LEFT??
Thanks, I’ll check amazon. (I refuse to use iTunes; it frightens me.) But either way, I should probably watch Series 7 first. Oy. So much to do.
Oh, huh: the DVD is out in 2 weeks. Not wasting any time there.
I am also a loser and strangely enough ALSO celebrated my loserdom by rewatching the Ecclestons. I planned to skip the farting aliens in order to get to The Empty Child but Shockwave crashed in the middle of Unquiet Dead and by then I was already too weak to get off my couch and reload the page. When I came to, it was Sunday morning.
Eccelston is underrated.
If anyone knows where I can watch the 50th thing, please post a link. You’ll have my undying (because regenerating) thanks.
Hahaha! “A business life”!
I’ve never seen Bad Santa and would like a reason.
“I’m advising my clients to invest everything they’ve got in canned goods and shotguns!” I still remember that line.
I’ve been wanting to watch Black Christmas for years.
Uh-oh. What ship were you on?
I was totally kicked out of the navy for too much porn! Who even knew “Don’t look at porn TOO MUCH” was one of the rules?
Oh well. At least they taught me how to shower, fly a $100-million jet, and operate a nuclear reactor.
Yeah, that immediately occurred to me. She has a very clean and orderly desk, and I can walk past it every day without thinking anything about it or her. But I have noticed some very neat and orderly people can’t walk past a more… relaxed desk situation… without feeling the deathly grip of anxiety.
It’s kind of funny when you think about it!
Ha. What’s funny is that in 2011 I almost went in on a mansion on Iroquois with three friends. It was so cheap we could buy it and still keep our apartments in LA and NYC and DC and use it as a midway point for visiting each other and vacationing. Then one friend backed out and that scared another off and suddenly my share doubled and that made it unworkable. But for a moment, I was this close to buying a 5-bedroom, 3-fireplace house with a nice yard 2 blocks from the river! In Detroit!
Vagina pics or it didn’t happen.
That’s a black fly in your chardonnay if ever there was.
Forty minutes ago, a coworker who is a bit of a neatnik brought me a damp towel to swab the coffee rings off my desk and she acted like it was a huge favor. I was annoyed. This coffee ring art has taken months, and it isn’t halfway done yet! YOU DO YOU, LADY.
I had some cab called Montes from Chile the other day and it was commendable. Minerally, as I recall; it paired well with sitting on a couch. I think only $10 but my friend bought it so not sure.
Huh. I am jealous of that house.
I literally had no idea that houses cost less than a million dollars each because (I now realize) I live in the worst place on Earth.
My dream is to live in a giant, old ramshackle mansion that has fireplaces in at least half the bedrooms — a house that will one day haunt well. Evidently I could actually achieve this dream if I shoot for it in an area without restaurants? THAT IS A HARD BARGAIN.
“Villette” already sounds like some kind of ravishing, or a ravishable part. “I’ve never been Villetted like that,” or “I’d like to Bronte her Villette ten ways from Dickens.”
Also I just checked wikipedia, and it turns out Villette has a character named Polly Bassompierre, which sound ripe for some kind of polyamorous derriere joke. Good luck.