Very crowded. Sebastian's friend David was there. He's a Who-vian and a Torchie and most important a bona-fide gay man, who's not otherwise influenced by fandom and totally agrees me analysis of the end of Exit Wounds. I hung out with Peggy and we had some fabulous snark together. I swear we are Mame and Vera Charles.
The Birds and the Bees-Jewel Akens
I Like It-Gerry and the Pacemakers
Little Children-Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas-If you haven't heard this song, let me just tell you it's another fine addition to my repetoire of psuedo and sometimes not so psuedo pedophilia songs. Young Girl, Teacher's Pet etc.
Still no word on my Ipod. I'm waiting for someone to be at the gym who can open the safe and tell me if it's there or not. If not, it's shopping time for a cheap one, probably NOT another Video much as I love being able to whip out a Barrowman clip from time to time.
Life On Mars-Now up to Series 2-Episode 6 and OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!! Just when you think they can't come up with something more creative and more intense they do. FUCK! Can't wait to watch the last two.
Dr. Who-Stephen Moffat, you completely EEEEEVIL genius. Please come to TW and give us back THE REAL CAPTAIN JACK HARKNESS. Please please please.
What can I say, I'm a sucker for Indy and Marian twinkling at each other. Harrison Ford has not aged well enough to still be a lust object for me. That was pretty much over after Mosquito Coast, but damn, the two of them together are still the best. I hated Temple of Doom and was sort of indifferent to Last Crusade because they both went on TOO DAMN LONG (and had no Marian), but this one had the pacing down and it did respect the series' past. (MARCUS!) The CGI was pretty much ok until the ending. The last 20 minutes or so, the effects were just too obvious. I love Cate Blanchett, but who-ever was her accent coach needs to be shot. But in the end...Indy & Marion----Whooooo-hooooooo!!!!!
From TV GUIDE-House/Wilson.
On House, the grumpy doc's neediness led to Amber's shocking death. Can Wilson ever forgive him?
Executive producer Katie Jacobs says
I don't think their relationshp will ever be the same. Wilson has been cleaning up after the elephant for years. Because House is so self-absorbed, he relies on Wilson to (fix) his mess. This time it really cost him. It's sad because they had come to an understanding of how Wilson falling in love affects and folds into their friendship, but House just can't resist being who he is--wounded, lovable and funny, but also selfish. The audience should worry about the future of their relationship. The devastating thing for House is that Wilson was his lifeline and now that he's lost that, he'll have to think about the way he's living his life.
I'm sure you guys know what I think of this by now. I like the should, especially. I'm still betting on a "rift" lasting all of one episode. And whence this "understanding?" Were we supposed to believe that House really HAD chilled out about Wilson/Amber relationship? Either Katie is smoking crack with the other monkeys on the writing staff or there was a lot that was supposed to happen that got lost in the writer's strike...like any build up to the Wilson/Amber relationship. I know they wanted to do it as a surprise ending for Frozen, but I don't think the two even had a scene together before the reveal. Which actually makes all of House's negative views of the relationship much more plausible.
Dentist appointment. Thursday 2PM. Cleaning and check out. It's been awhile.