Cheers, Michel. You’re my one and only. -M
I need to find a way to have this at work hidden behind a counter so whenever some idiot calls or comes in we can look at it after they leave and know the Michel understands and is with us in the eternal struggle against customer stupidity.
Also I really need to watch Gilmore Girls again.
Yul Brynner’s picture on IMDb is him with hair and I don’t know how to feel about that.
This is so cute. About half way through the video the lovely foursome start hanging out together. I swear Charlie and Scott are actually in love.
P: Ooooh… did you see this btw?
P: the girls are much stingier with the hugs
M: but the girls do tolerate each other
M: BUT man, Charlie and Scott had a LOOOOOONG hug
P: Yes and then Charlie gave Tessa a big hug, too
P: Charlie. Golden retriever.
P: Scott is some kind of pointer dog
M: i loved that they all greeted the camera guy
M: someone was filming them, is the important part. that video of them talking is out there. release the tapes!
P: Another conspiracy!
The video is definitely out there. I remember seeing it the day of the Free Dance. I’m not sure if I would be able to find it again though.
I want these.
I feel like my life has been tragically devoid of Rosalind Russell movies. I’ve only seen His Girl Friday and The Women. As Netflix is also tragically devoid of Rosalind Russell movies I will now rely on my Apple TV and iTunes to rent the movies that have been missing from my life up until this point. After I watch the 10 movies of my parents that I still have in my room, of course.
Why does Heroes get to be brought back but Sanctuary is still cancelled?
I know it’s different parts of the NBC/Comcast thing. But I’m still sad about Sanctuary being cancelled and I don’t watch Heroes.
I feel like a new movie version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s that stays closer to the book, don’t get me wrong, I love the Audrey Hepburn movie, it’s one of my favourites, but I think it would be interesting to see a movie that keeps in some of the personality changes they made when they cast Audrey Hepburn. Also the things they had to change about Paul Varjak because of some laws that were in existence when the movie was made, I think it would take a lot to get a new Breakfast at Tiffany’s movie off the ground though when you consider how beloved the movie is.
Also I prefer the ending of the book to the ending of the movie. It just makes more sense to me.
I’ve come to Midnight in my vague Doctor Who rewatch. I love this episode, it’s so fantastically creepy and disturbing. It’s almost surprising it hasn’t been done in a horror film yet. That I know of at least. I know they’ve kind of done The Idiots Lantern in a Clive Owen movie. At least it had the face stealing bits. I figure it’s close enough.
Anyways, Midnight, super creepy, easily one of the best episodes Russel T. Davies wrote.
There’s something about this that’s very… Uncle Fester and Debbie, no? I think maybe it’s the turtleneck with the hair. -M
Besides the fact that his hair seems to be draining any hotness he ever had, it also very much resembles Javier Bardem’s hair in No Country For Old Men and the weird association is just making it harder for me to look at him without bursting into hysterical laughter because really, why would anyone do that willingly?
I feel like my life will be incomplete until I get the opportunity to say “Leonard Likes this post” in a sentence and have it make perfect sense.
Finally started season 4 of Doctor Who in my disorganzed rewatch (I’ve been watching other things too.) I’m having Doctor/Donna feels already. Their awesome friendship. I love that Donna wasn’t a love interest. She was his best friend and it was perfect. Then the end of season 4 hits and I’m in tears, again, every time. I still wish they would find a way to make Donna’s ending better. I know they won’t, but I can dream. Also. Catherine Tate is awesome. Such an under-rated actress.
It’s not working :’(
It’s two of my favourite episodes too. Well at lease there is still the Ice Dance on Sunday and Monday.