Rescue Me: Thank God I wasn't eating and/or drinking during the "Let's take a peek into the captain's urn" scene, because it was the funniest damn thing I've seen in a long time--although I laughed long and hard at Teddy escaping from rehab once he realized he was supposed to be clean and sober for life. Kudos to Leary for his Emmy nomination, but where's Callie Thorne's and Tatum O'Neal's and John Scurti's? Scurti plays Kenny with such insouciance--plus I completely want Kenny on my team for any trivia night.
Dexter Season 2 pre-airs: OMG!! Has Dexter lost his mojo? Is he ::gasp!:: turning into a human being?? And now that his hiding place has been discovered and people, including his sister, are on the trail of this new killer, how's he going to keep his secret? Best line: I will not kill my sister, I will not kill my sister, I will not kill my sister. Michael C. Hall should TOTALLY be up for an Emmy. He's magnificent in this.
And then, for the third time:
And cried again. Totally deserved its Academy Award. Harvey would have been proud.
Then I ordered:
And put a lot of books (such as Caprice Crane's 2nd outing) on my wishlist. As I roamed over Amazon, it kinda bothered me that a high percentage of YA books have more sophisticated covers and titles than the big girls' love stories. I want a YA cover!
And I received:
Yes, even here, Amazon had to make good on their promise to deliver July 21, but stores such as W.H.Smith were open at midnight and did a good trade. Only started this morning, though, because I was busy writing. Now all I have to do is avoid the spoilers and I'm sure I'll have a blast.
Plus, I had a lot of dreams. Weird ones. Dragging orange and purple microsuede quilts out of trash cans. Not being able to get to work today when I had several things on deadline. Realizing the next day was Christmas and I hadn't done anything.
How was your weekend?
Just for Mickelino: