Friday, April 27, 2007

Haha, this takes me back...

Reese is my favorite

From Malcolm in the Middle when Lois is yelling at Reese for hiding his parent-teacher conference notice:

Reese: Mom, Mr. Woodword is totally out to get me!
Lois: Every teacher since kindergarten has been out to get you.
Reese: I know, and it upsets me, too.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

And another one bites the dust

Another show I enjoy, that is. Not only has the new Andy Richter show been cancelled, but so has Drive. You all know how much I love Nathan Fillion, so I'm sure you can imagine how upset I am about this. I also genuinely enjoyed the show, and feel that it was not (after only 3 episodes) given time to find its stride and audience. I'm annoyed.

On the plus side, I think Two Guys and Girl has finally come out on DVD...maybe. I found this, but when I look on amazon or other stores like that, I find nothing about this DVD, so I'm not sure if this is bootleg (it looks like it was commercially made) or what. Two Guys and a Girl is hilarious. Panda will roll her eyes as she reads this. I could say it is a guilty pleasure show of mine, but truth be told, I feel no guilt about loving this show. Not one twinge. I just love it. It delights me.

In other Fillion news...he has a movie coming out (a romantic comedy) called Waitress. Rotten Tomatoes is giving it a fresh rating 91%! (admittedly, there are not many reviews in yet, but so far so good).

Tuesday, April 17, 2007


There is a new show of FOX. Beware of the previews that make it out to be the cheesiest show on televison. The show is Drive, and it premiered Sunday night (regular night Mondays). I have to admit to only tuning in because it stars Nathan Fillion, but I was pleasently suprised. The premis is that all these people are involved in an illegal road race to win 32million dollars. Some people did not choose to be in the race, like Fillion's character who's wife was kidnapped and he has to win the race to win her back. I highly recommend tuning in next Monday.
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Monday, April 16, 2007

This is not dinner

Diet Rootbeer
Peanut M&Ms
A handful of pretzal sticks

As much as I love all of the above items, a good dinner they do not make.

The Cutting Edge

I just recently re-watched one of my favorite movies from my young adult years: The Cutting Edge. This is a romantic comedy set against the back-drop of the wonderful world of competitive figure skating. I have to be honest, I was a bit concerned that the movie would not have stood the test of time, but I could not have been more wrong. I just love it! While watching it I said, "They just don't make movies like they used to." This prompted a response from Panda, "They don't make 12 year old girls like they used to." Sad, but true.
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Cozy Crazy!

Some of you may know my iPod, Cooper, was recently stolen. There is some question over whether the thief was after Cooper or the awesome iPod Cozy it was nestled in (made by Nell). Well, after a couple of weeks of missing Cooper, I decided to turn my camera fund into an iPod fund. Meanwhile, I also decided to make myself and a couple of friends a cozy, so this weekend I went to town. Here is what I've made so far: