Saturday, March 29, 2008
BTW, Lost is in re-runs. I personally can still watch it - Hurley's in a mental hospital again. There's a strange man asking too many questions. Hurley wants to go back to the island. Ben is doing everything he can to protect (control) Alex. OOO, that show is good.
Friday, February 15, 2008
Ben - I could tell from his voice before I saw his face. What up with a secret room? I missed that there was a secret button....
Desmond - on the helicopter and flying to Penny, soon anyway.
Sawyer - after a shower. I was so happy that he finally declared his love for Kate. It's about time! Let the woman know that you're ready for real!
Jacob - Where did he go? Is the cabin really trailer-house? Is he talking to Hurley now, too? No wonder Hurley's in the looney bin.
Hurley - Liar. I did not see that coming.
Miles - Let me just go on the record - that guy is awful. He is the most annoying human ever.
Now I must wait another week - I did love the teaser with Kate in shades and lots of cameras.
Also, I read that since the Writer's strike is over, they will be making some more Lost! Thank goodness. There will be a total of 13 episodes with a break between #8 and #9. Whew!
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Remember: Jack's life is falling apart? He's addicted to Oxycodone? Stealing from the hospital meds? It's a flash-forward! Then there's Locke - threatening Jack with a gun? Remember? Kate has to get back to "him?" Who's him? Somebody died? Nobody came to the memorial?
Looking at the TV Guide website it appears that the finale (or part of it - it's 2 hours) is on on Wednesday night. There's also a special re-cap show on Thursday. Then, finally, it happens! Let's just say that I can't wait for Thursday night!
Spoiler? I use a question mark because I'm just not totally sure - Charlie isn't dead!
Monday, December 31, 2007
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
I watched The Clash of the Choirs last night. Now, your nerdy writer, has been looking forward to this show for awhile. I love me some good choir movement, harmony and star singers. You know that as I watched I imagined that at my church.....shhhh, that should probably be a secret.
I tried to find some video of the actual performances last night but apparently there hasn't been any posted yet on YouTube. Of course, Patti LaBelle's choir (from Philadelphia) blew the others out of the water! They sang in true Gospel Choir style - it gave me chill bumps. Blake Shelton's choir (Oklahoma City) actually brought some harmony and 2 Army guys in uniform. It was pretty inspiring.
Worse, by far, Micheal Bolton's choir from New Haven, Conn. I mean, come on, do they have any soul in New Haven?
Watch it tonight. It was long but the music was wonderful - I can't wait to see it again.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
In a related story, I read that the networks may use more programming from their cable shows to fill in because of the writer's strike. For the record: I don't think that Project Runway with it's constant cussing (yall, don't cuss!) is appropriate for regular TV. This may be splitting hairs, and I'm sure it's just a matter of time until every other word is beeped, but let's try to keep it clean(ish) as long as possible.