Snippet Wednesday... I am still in you and have not found a more original way to say it.
I cannot explain why I love the show Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, but I do. I seem to recall asking people last year if it was worth watching and the consensus was no, but Katie and I started anyway and love it. Last night's episode, with the failed attempt at a Dawson's Creek reunion, was just fantastic. Guest appearances by Frankie Muniz, Busy Phillips, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar? Yes, please.
Actually I do know why I love it. I like this recent craze with actors appearing in TV shows as themselves who are not quite themselves (Wil Wheaton in Big Bang Theory, James Van Der Beek here, and, although I haven't seen it, Matt LeBlanc in Episodes). Fun with self deprecation!
With Nathan's recent weight gain, the pediatrician has told us that we no longer need to keep to the every-three-hours schedule with feeding him overnight. In fact, we can let him sleep as much as we want. Apparently this has not gotten through to my brain because, according to Katie, I've woken up each of the last two nights at 3:30 on the money and asked if Nathan was okay and needed to be changed.
I don't remember this at all.
I do, however, remember having a dream last night in which I was watching a campaign ad on TV featuring Peter Weller stumping for himself in some political position. Toward the end of the ad, Kurtwood Smith came on screen and said, "you have my vote!" Hey, if Murphy and Boddicker can see past their differences for the betterment of our country, why can't Obama and Romney??
I'd buy that for a dollar.
I finally watched John Carter last night. My opinion? Boring. And, considering Disney clearly had the technology and ability to tell the story that was in the book, they did not. It's slightly the same, but still too far off for me to enjoy it considering I just read the book earlier this year.
Big whopping stinker of a fail.
In celebration of both the release of Quentin Tarantino's new film Django Unchained and the 20th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs, both Dogs and Pulp Fiction are being re-released in theaters for one show only. And they both just happen to sandwich my birthday nicely! Dogs on December 4, my birthday on December 5, and Pulp on December 6.
Happy birthday to me! Indeed.