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I'm finally caught up on TV! It only took forever. This isn't thoughts on everything I've watched, but just the stuff I had stuff to talk about.

Being Erica 2.03 )

Merlin 2.04 )

The Office 6.04 )

The Vampire Diaries 1.05 )

The Big Bang Theory 3.04 )

Greek 3.07 )

Gossip Girl 3.05 )

I luckily don't have too much work to do this week, at least in comparison to last week and the week before. The most major thing I have is a test in German on Friday, but I'm not too worried about it based on how I did on the first one and how I'm doing in the class. Discrete Math is still being a pain, but at least I don't have to stress out too much about my grade. It does really suck having to get up at 7 AM for a class I don't remotely enjoy, though. I should not have taken another 8 AM class after last semester. Last semester I was like "Never again!" and then I went ahead and signed up for another 8 AM class. Oh well. We're nearly to the halfway point in the semester, at least. I'll be very happy when this semester is over.
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Emmys Reactions )

I'm trying to pick up my mood by focusing on the fact that TBBT and HIMYM premiere tomorrow night (kl;j;lasf I AM SO EXCITED YOU HAVE NO IDEA! I'm totally unspoiled for HIMYM and... kind of spoiled for TBBT, but whatever, so excited!) and Kris Allen's new single drops tomorrow morning. Oh, but watching the Emmys has motivated me to finally pre-order season 4 of HIMYM (well, I would have done that anyways, but I had forgotten about it) and buy both seasons of TBBT (which I had been debating over, but whatever, I adore that show. And I have gift cards!). Let's just hope I have time to actually watch them when they arrive!

We have a mouse in our apartment, and it's made its way up to my room. We have a mouse trap (a capture-and-release type trap, not a killing trap) in the room, but it's evaded all the traps that around the apartment, and it's been all over the place and managed to climb up and down two flights of stairs, so I think it's too smart to be fooled into being trapped. ...it's kind of ridiculously adorable and a little part of me wants to keep it for a pet, but it's probably disease-ridden and pooping all over our closets and such, so that's probably not the best idea.
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I just saw that Chuck is not scheduled to come back until after the Winter Olympics next year. That's next March! I mean, some Chuck is better than no Chuck, but I don't know if I can wait 10 months for the follow-up to that finale! Also, why has Scrubs been renewed? Don't get me wrong, I love that show, but it's been going on for 8 seasons now, and the finale was the absolute perfect series finale for the show. How do they follow that up? Is Zach Braff not coming back next season? What about the other regulars? If it's just the interns, I don't know that I'll be very interested in it.

I spent Wednesday and Thursday catching up on TV I was behind on and I'm STILL not done. To be fair, I did spend all afternoon yesterday hanging out with friends, but still. I had time at night to catch up on stuff. The problem now is that I got through the stuff I really wanted to watch first, and now I'm left with stuff I don't care as much about. Of course, if it's this much of a pain to watch the shows, I probably should just stop watching them entirely, but I have trouble letting go of shows, especially if I've been watching them for awhile. Anyway, here are some random thoughts on some of the stuff I've been watching.

The Big Bang Theory 2.23 - The Monopolar Expedition )

Bones 4.26 - The End in the Beginning )

The Office 5.26 - Company Picnic )

I have many pictures of my trip and of bobcat kittens that are living in my backyard, so I'll post those at some point in the next few days! And I suppose I need to start looking for a job or something to do this summer, because my mom will keep bugging me if all I do is sit around the house.
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I've been planning on doing the Top Stuff of 2008 picspam for this month's challenge at [livejournal.com profile] picspammy but I haven't done anything yet, and I kind of realized that, hey, there's only a week and a half left in the month, so maybe I should get on that. I'm having issues figuring out what exactly to picspam, though. And with narrowing stuff down. I was thinking of doing favorite episodes of the year, but I'm pretty sure that would take me like a month to go through everything I've watched this year, and I don't remember stuff from earlier this year very well at all. I don't know. I'm probably overthinking this. It's also quite possible that this will be like last month where I plan on doing something all month and then... don't. Except last month I had the excuse of school getting busy, whereas this month I'm just lazy.

Also I have a confession to make: I like 30 Rock, but I don't think it's nearly as brilliant as everyone else seems to. I mean, I keep looking at all these picspams of people's favorite stuff of 2008 and 30 Rock pops up so much and I'm just like "Really?" It's a funny show most of the time, but I just can't get into it. If I missed an episode, I really wouldn't care that much. And people say that this year of The Office isn't good and last year's sucks, and maybe I just put The Office up on a pedestal where it can do no wrong (actually, that's probably very true), but I don't see how this season of 30 Rock has been any funnier than The Office's. =/ Honestly, I laugh way more out loud at The Big Bang Theory than almost any other comedy I'm watching this season, including The Office and HIMYM, and definitely more than 30 Rock. And now I just feel like I'm kind of crazy that I'm not seeing the brilliance in the show. I don't know. Because I do like it, really! I just don't think it's a million times funnier than The Office or How I Met Your Mother or The Big Bang Theory. But maybe that's just me. (Hopefully I haven't alienated everyone on my flist now!)

Speaking of HIMYM, I had this dream last night that when I woke up, I swore it was an actual episode of the show. It was weird. I was like "I know that was a dream, but I totally remember actually watching that episode!" And then as I became more awake, I realized that I was just crazy. I also dreamed that the ants that have invaded my house came into my bedroom and they were everywhere and it was irritating.

How is Christmas already in 4 days? It doesn't feel like December should be more than half over yet.
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I got done with my last final yesterday morning. I think it went well? Like, I was expecting it to be harder than it was, but it was harder in different ways that I didn't expect, if that makes sense. In any case, I think I did well, provided I didn't make loads of stupid mistakes, which... I do pretty often. I checked most of my answers, but I developed a really terrible headache about 10 minutes into the final and it had already been 2 hours and I just wanted to get out of there and get lunch and finish packing and leave. So we'll see.

Anyways, I'm home now, which I'm happy about. I'm not really sure what to do with myself now, though. Like, there are loads of things I've been planning on doing that I haven't had time to because of school, but now I'm like "Well I can't read a book, I have to do... something." I feel like I still have finals to study for and papers to write and such.

I woke up to the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations for TV on the radio and there were actually loads more I liked than I thought I would. First of all, though, NEIL PATRICK HARRIS! YES. Also, MICHAEL C. HALL and Dexter and Mad Men and True Blood (there are probably shows that deserve it more, but I don't care because I love this show ridiculous amounts) and Anna Paquin and Sally Field and Rachel Griffiths and John Hamm and Hugh Laurie and The Office and Steve Carell and 30 Rock and Tina Fey and that was about it. HIMYM should have been nominated, but I can forgive them for nominating NPH. I'll actually probably care more about the movie noms and wins than the TV ones, but I've barely seen any of the stuff nominated at this point, so right now I'm focused more on the TV. (I am very happy about Heath Ledger's nom, though). I'm hopefully going to see Milk within the next week and I also want to see Frost/Nixon as soon as it gets here, but it isn't playing anywhere here yet.

Ok, I think I'm going to maybe read a book today for fun (oh god I don't know when the last time I did that was).
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I am so happy last week is over in terms of school work. I'm kind of amazed I managed to finish that paper. The presentation went all right. Hopefully since we're the first group and we had only 2 weeks to do it, she'll grade more easily on us. I ended up getting a 29.25/30 on the first test in that class, which... yeah. I thought I was going to do way worse than that. This is why my study habits are becoming so terrible; even when I procrastinate like crazy and do a half-assed job, I still end up doing fine. It is positively reinforcing my terrible study habits! At a certain point, though, my studying is going to get so bad that I really will fail spectacularly. At least, in theory. I'm going to try not to test this anymore.

The rest of the weekend was good. My parents came up on Thursday. We shopped some. I ended up getting The Office Season 4 on DVD (I'm kind of amazed that I didn't already have it, because with season 2 and 3, I got them basically the second they came out), so I'm going to spend today watching them while I do my homework. Thankfully this week is way less busy than the last two (which doesn't really make sense because midterms are supposed to be these two weeks, but whatever). I also saw Burn After Reading with my parents, and I really liked it. I know the reviews are mixed about it, but I thought it was good. It started off slow, but it got better as it went on. Brad Pitt was absolutely hysterical. And the scenes with JK Simmons I thought were the funniest of the movie. It's no No Country For Old Men, but it was still worth seeing, I thought.

Fall Break is only a week and a half away. It's so weird to think that I'm going to be home in just, like, 10 days or so.

I have so much TV to catch up on from earlier this week. I will try to do this at some point.
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So I've kind of been failing at life this week.

I had a German test Wednesday that I spent the first half of the week studying for, and I think that went really well. But then I had a Developmental Psych test on Friday and I really only studied for it for like half of Thursday, and I didn't feel fully prepared going in. And... I don't know how the test went. It could go either way, depending on how much partial credit she gives and if she's really... strict with her grading or more lenient. So... yeah. Then I had that take-home quiz in Multivariable Calc which... I think I got one of the questions wrong on, and then I know I definitely got one question wrong on the in-class quiz. I mean, we can drop our 3 lowest quiz grades and I've gotten full credit on all of the quizzes so far, so if both quizzes are terrible I can drop the scores, but... I'd rather wait longer before having to drop quiz scores, you know? Because the semester should just get busier as it goes on. And we got an 84 on the project, so that's bringing my grade down already. =/

I also ended up getting only like 5-6 hours of sleep each night because I was up late either doing nothing or studying/doing work, and I skipped lunch like every day this week because I was trying to get more studying in (although then I ended up wasting that time anyways, so it was pointless). So on Friday when I was taking my quiz at 4 I felt exhausted and really hungry and basically I just don't think I took very good care of myself this week. I felt 1000 times better after eating dinner last night. I just couldn't think properly during the test or quiz yesterday, which... probably is not going to help anything. Oh well.

Anyways, I have this huge project due in Developmental Psych next Friday that I was going to finish this weekend, but then I stupidly realized that I'll have time Tuesday to do it all, so... of course I'm procrastinating. sigh. Oh the plus side, my parents are visiting in less than a week, and Fall Break is less than three weeks away, and then the semester's half over and the second half of the semester actually might be less busy for me than the first half, bizarrely enough.

I watched the debate last night, and honestly, it was pretty boring. And I'm ridiculously into politics, so I feel like people not into politics probably tuned out after the first half hour. Can I just say, though, that the psych major/possible clinical psychologist in the future in me loves Obama just a little bit more everytime he brings up PTSD in taking care of veterans and the soldiers in Iraq and all that? Because that's not something you ever hear the Republicans talk about (at least, I haven't. Then again, I try not to listen to the Republicans that often for the sake of my sanity), and obviously taking care of wounded soldiers is important, but the psychological impact of the war reaches far wider than the physical impact. But anyways. I'm really looking foward to the VP debate, although I'm afraid that the bar for Palin has been set so low that as long as she's able to string sentences together, everyone will declare that she's won.

I may or may not post about TV stuff in more detail later, but I did want to say that The Office totally killed me. And last year their one-hours kind of... I don't know. They weren't very well-paced, but I thought this one was much better paced. I'm really looking forward to this season. Also, I continue to absolutely adore Secret Diary of a Call Girl. I heart Callum Blue ridiculous amounts.
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All right, so I'm done with my first day of classes! Babbling about classes! )

Anyways, pretty good first day, overall. On Thursdays I only have my Research in Psych lab, but there are no labs the first week of classes, so I had no classes today. It was really weird for some reason. I mean, it shouldn't feel any different than a Saturday or Sunday, but I guess it was the fact that everyone else was walking around going to classes and I got to just hang out and do nothing. Well, I didn't do nothing. My room was pretty much a mess (I basically just dumped my boxes that were in storage and suitcases on the floor and everything was kind of in disarray), and now it's much better. Not done, though. I'll work on it more this afternoon after I finish calc homework. I mentioned it in my short post yesterday, but it bears repeating: my room is ridiculously small. I have pictures, but I don't know if they can really convey how tiny it is. It is really nice not having a roommate, though, even though I lucked out and got a good roommate last year. I need to decorate so it looks less depressing, though. Allposters.com was having a 4.98 sale (plus a 20% off coupon code for no reason) so I bought 6 posters: 2 from The Office, one from Dexter, and 3 black and white of Paris, Central Park in 1961, and the Golden Gate Bridge. I already have a few other posters so hopefully it'll make the room look better. I'm going to post pictures of the room after everything's set up. Also, I have pictures of a duck and her baby ducklings randomly from the trip so I will probably also post those because they are adorable.

Lastly, I went to Barnes and Noble with my parents on Tuesday and I was looking at the DVDs and they had Dexter Season 1 for 40% off plus 10% off because my dad's a member and it was only $40 to begin with, so I got it since... yeah. Dexter for only $20! Good deal. I also got a book bag with Stephen Colbert on it which is awesome.

All right, off to do homework and straighten up my room more and then watch the last night of the Democratic National Convention!
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[Poll #1180373]

Reasons I'm asking you these questions! )

Random poll, I know. But I felt like procrastinating some more. I officially have 133 words out of 2000 right now. heh. Not so good. I'm just really stuck about how to approach this paper. I really need to just DO it and stop bitching about it, I know. sigh.

Last random tidbit before actually getting to work! Something that's really been amusing me in my Film Analysis class: Ok, so we've been discussing how different things like... masculinity and femininity and such are socially-constructed categories and are not inherent qualities defining what men or women are, and my professor keeps describing how these categories are "post-it notes" that we put on people and the world sees them that way and such, and I can't help but always thinking about The Office episode "Diversity Day" when Michael puts the various post-it notes on people's head of different races and then everyone's supposed to treat each other like the race on their head. This wouldn't be a problem (it's actually a pretty good literal example of what he's describing) except that every time he brings it up, I start cracking up, and... what he's discussing isn't actually amusing. But I figured that you all would be much more appreciative of how amusing it is.

Ok, time to work!
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So one of my birds has laid three eggs in the past week. They're probably not fertilized, but it's still kind of crazy. It makes me really wish I was home.

I've been sucking at updating. I think it's partly because I don't feel like this is home, I feel like I'm still on vacation (except with homework. What a crappy vacation) so I'm not as in the habit of updating.

Not a lot has been going on. I went on an overnight camping field trip with my geology class and two other classes Thursday and Friday. It was pretty fun, but I missed out on a lot of stuff at school (a lecture from some astrophysicists who discovered dark matter or void galaxies or something to do with that stuff, a lecture about Osama Bin Laden for this series of Middle East peace summits they're doing, and a lecture from this dancer about sexuality and gender and his dancing which I could've also gotten extra credit in my Technologies of Gender class to go to and write a synopsis of), not to mention the premieres of My Name Is Earl, Ugly Betty, and The Office (I did watch The Office premiere the second we got back, though, and oh man I loved it. I'm so excited for this season).

Parents' weekend is this Friday through Sunday, although my parents are coming on Thursday morning so we can do some shopping that afternoon since I still don't have snow boots or a winter coat, and I could really do with some waterproof shoes, since it rains a lot, and my shoes are all sandals or made of canvas.

Anyways, I should get some work done, since I did nothing yesterday, and I have loads of work for this week (including my first astronomy test on Friday! sigh).
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Ok first, I need to say something about Season 3 of Prison Break. I don't think this is actually spoilery, it's mostly just speculation based on something I think everyone knows. )

Anyways, things are going pretty well here. I've been less social the past week, partially due to me getting The Office Season 3 on DVD, and also partially because I'm very introverted, and too much time around people is very tiring and after awhile gets to be almost painful. Having to be around people all the time and not being able to really hide away is... frustrating and very draining. But I make it a goal to at least be sociable one day of the weekend. Last weekend I went to this techno dance with people which was actually pretty fun and then watched a movie with them. And then spent the rest of the weekend in my room with my DVDs. But I was still social for a day!

Speaking of The Office, I'm ridiculously looking forward to the premiere next week! Of course, it just happens to premiere on the night that I'm going to be camping with my geology class. We're driving around Minnesota and maybe South Dakota and collecting rocks and we'll be leaving that day in the morning and coming back Friday night. It should be fun, but it also means I won't be able to see the premiere until Friday night/Saturday morning, which really, really sucks. But I'm sure I'll manage.

Um, what else? Next week basically all the shows I'm planning to watch this season are premiering. Oh, I haven't done a fall schedule yet! Fall TV Schedule )

I guess now I'll finish my astronomy homework and then watch the premiere of Friday Night Lights that yahoo is streaming.
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So, today has been basically awesome in terms of classes.

First was Psych. We got put into groups for discussions and I bonded over something with this really cute guy in the class that I've talked to a couple of times before. Then when we went into full class discussion, I participated and didn't feel like an idiot about what I said (which has been the case for very other time I've participated in any class thus far).

Then in Technologies of Gender, my teacher was 10 minutes late, which is enough to be happy about on its own. And, I actually participated twice in that class, and again, didn't feel stupid about what I had said either time. And I've been really worried about this class, since the grade is determined primarily upon discussion and I haven't been participating much. Also, we had this E-Post due on Saturday about the reading for next week which would mean we'd have to do all our reading for the next week by Saturday to do this E-Post, but she realized this was idiotic and now our E-Posts are due on Wednesdays.

Finally was Astronomy, where I answered a question and he said that it was a perfect answer.

Ok, so all of this might not sound like much, but every single time I've participated in any class since they've started, everything I've said has been totally idiotic or even just wrong and I've felt like a fool and today was the first day where I didn't feel like that and like I can handle the work and won't fail all my classes.

Also good, this is the first day this week I haven't gotten a huge headache in the morning. I think that was due to stress, and today since I was feeling less stressed out, I didn't get the headache. So hopefully I'll stay somewhat relaxed.

On the downside, I was expecting to get The Office Season 3 on DVD today, but that didn't happen. But that's ok, because at least now maybe I'll do most of my work I have due for Monday today so I'll have Saturday (when it better come!) and Sunday to watch the DVDs. At least, in theory, this is what will happen.

I think I'll go to the library now and try to get some work done so I can relax the rest of the weekend (and watch DVDs! Provided they come).
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Had my fourth class, The History and Evolution of the Earth, today. The professor is excellent, but... it's a class about rocks, and I went to bed at like 1 AM last night and it's a 9 AM class, so it was difficult staying awake. It was more of overview stuff, though, so hopefully it'll be easier to stay awake when we get into more specific areas of study.

I ordered The Office Season 3 today. I would've done it sooner, but I wasn't entirely sure how it worked sending things here and such, so I wanted to wait to figure it out. But now I know, so yeah, ordered. I'm incredibly excited for it to come, mostly for the bloopers and deleted scenes, but also because I've only seen the majority of the episodes once, unlike seasons 1 and 2.

Oh, that reminds me: I can't believe Jenna and James are separated! They always seemed so normal and happy and they've been together for a good amount of time. I hope Jenna doesn't get too many questions about it at the Emmys, since she should be able to really enjoy that time and not worry about stupid reporters. I hope both of them are doing well.

Anyways, I guess I should finish my Psych reading before dinner (and then I'll be done with homework for tomorrow! Awesome!). I'm looking forward to the weekend when I can sleep in as late as I want. I haven't slept in for weeks.
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So I wrote this up like a month ago and was just waiting for the Doctor Who finale to post, but then it came and I totally forgot about it. But anyways, since I did a short review of all the shows I watched last year, I figured I'd do the same for this year. There are spoilers, so if you haven't seen all of a TV show that aired this year then you might not want to read it (the shows under the cut are Battlestar Galactica, The Black Donnellys, Doctor Who, Gilmore Girls, Heroes, House, Lost, My Name is Earl, The O.C., The Office, Prison Break, Studio 60, Supernatural, Torchwood, Ugly Betty, and Veronica Mars). 2006-2007 Television Season )

I totally caught my mom watching a rerun of Ugly Betty last night. I'm so awesome at getting her to watch the TV shows I like.
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Thursday night TV is the death of me. I don't even know what to freak out about first.

The Office 3.24: The Job )

Ugly Betty 1.23: East Side Story )

Supernatural 2.22: All Hell Breaks Loose Pt. 2 )

I ordered four books online at Dover Publications because they're ridiculously cheap there and they sent me a book of John Wayne cut-out dolls in the place of Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. Somehow I feel this is not a fair trade.
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Festival went well. Concert Band, Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble (the band I'm in) all got unanimous superiors for stage and superiors in sight reading, which hasn't happened ever in the four years I've gone to this school. Actually, I don't remember even one of the bands getting unanimous superior and superior any year (there was unanimous superior and excellent, and there was superior and superior, but not both). So yeah, pretty good.

Saturday was better than I expected. Waking up at 5:00 AM to go to school for the jazz festival was not my idea of fun. But we played well at the festival, Andrew and I listened to one group after we finished, and then we got to leave at like 10 AM because of the Jackie/Galaxy/Richard party thing while everyone else had to stay until like 7:30ish. So yeah, since I didn't stay, I don't know how we did, but I wouldn't imagine we got any amazing awards or anything. But we played our best, so I'm happy about that.

The party was great fun. It helped that I napped for 2 hours when I got home so I wasn't dead tired when I went to the party. There was a lot of people there and a good amount I didn't know very well, but there was enough that we could break off into our own groups and just hang out with the people we knew better. And Annie was there! God, I haven't seen her in ages. We need to hang out more, Annie. When the pool (where the party was) closed around 10 we went to Richard's house (in much smaller numbers) and hung out there. Oh, and Annie made me a facebook (which is here if you feel like friending me. I don't really know how much I'll use it. I'm thinking I'll use it more once I'm in college. But yeah, anyways). Annie and I left around midnight, and so did a couple of other people. But yeah, it was pretty fun.

The new Office promo for the April 5th episode (which can be found here) is ridiculously awesome. There are small spoilers in the last like... 20 seconds of the promo for the episode so if you're trying to avoid spoilers you might not want to watch it, or at least not watch that part, but the rest is like a summary from Casino Night about Jim/Pam, and it is so kickass. I'm so excited for the episode now. Less than two weeks! :D

Ok, so now I have to catch up on all the work I missed because of festival. I finished three nights of calculus (...which somehow only took me 20 minutes, whereas usually one night takes me about 30-40 minutes. I feel like I missed something) and the chem free response questions that were due Friday. Now all I have is some pages in a French packet, a French essay, memorizing a French skit, chapter 4 of The Sound and the Fury, and studying for the physics test. It seems like a lot, but it's only 2 PM, and I'm impressed I've done anything at all. I probably won't even study for the physics test because it'll most likely be the last test of the quarter and I've done well enough on the other two tests this quarter that I don't need to drop them and I can drop this test instead. Which is good, because I missed two days of notes with Festival and I haven't really absorbed anything else he's taught us on this unit.

Yeah, anyways. Off to do homework now.
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Thursday night TV kicks every other night of TV's asses.

The Office )

Ugly Betty )

The O.C. )

Supernatural was also kickass, but I don't really have anything to say about it other than that.

Anyways, yesterday I came home after Jazz Band before going to Andrew's house to hang out with some people, and when I got there I asked my mom if I could go and she was just like "What? Of course. You don't really have to ask. You're 18 now." And I was just like "...wha?" Because, yeah, I'm 18, but I thought my mom would be the type of mom who's like "As long as you're living under my roof, you're not an adult." So after a couple minutes of staring at her and wondering when exactly she had been abducted by aliens, I left and went to Andrews. Around 10 I called her to see what time she wanted me home, because usually she wants me home by midnight and she had been all... you can do whatever you want earlier, but I wasn't sure if that was just temporary insanity or she was actually serious. So I called and she was like "Eh, don't stay out too late" and I was like "...wtf?" and she was like "I'm going to bed at midnight. I guess try not to stay out much past 12:15ish?" Which is just... not at all her. And before it's not like she was ever... you're only 17, you have to be back by 12, it was more that she would worry about me and wouldn't be able to fall asleep if she knew I was out. But I guess now that I'm 18 she's no longer worried? It almost worked like reverse psychology, because I ended up getting home by 11:20 (well, that and I was giving Soan a ride and she wanted to go home. And I was tired). I mean, I'm very happy about this, trust me, but it's just kind of confusing me.
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New layout! ([livejournal.com profile] brokenrecord__) I've been meaning to make a new one for ages, and I finally did. Jim/Pam, since I'm probably more obsessed with The Office than any other fandom right now. The lyrics are from Joseph Arthur's "Honey and the Moon".

Saw For Your Consideration with my parents yesterday since it was my dad's birthday. That's a really, really funny movie. The entire audience didn't stop laughing throughout the movie. Every scene there was just something hilarious. And there was John Krasinski! Only for a minute or so, he had a little role, but it was still awesome seeing him. And there was Ricky Gervais in a larger role! And the guy who played Wayne Jarvis on Arrested Development! So yeah, anyways, great movie. Totally recommend it.

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