No? Why not? Perhaps you didn’t read Allyson’s review of it. Or maybe you didn’t see the open letter to the Grass Roots from Tim Minear, Executive Producer of Wonderfalls. Or maybe you just forgot it was on.
But guess what? All is not lost, for FOX is rebroadcasting the premiere tomorrow night! Yep, it’s on FOX on Thursday night, March 18th, at 9pm, after Tru Calling. You should be fully recovered from your St. Patrick’s Day hangover by then, so pull up a chair, grab the chips, and prepare to be entertained by the fabulous new show Wonderfalls.
Oh, yes, and Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everybody! *smooch*
It’s been a week since my last entry. How sad. But yo, the weekend was of the good.
I’d left it pretty open in case there were tapes to be transcribed (my new part time job—have I mentioned my new part time job? I should probably reread my previous entries…), but once I found out they had none (at the time, anyway), it filled up pretty quickly. There were movies and dvds (Secret Window=good, but predictable; Once Upon a Time in Mexico=eh, some of it was amusing, but I just couldn’t get into it; Fight Club=way cool, can’t imagine why A thought I wouldn’t like it), naps, hiking (more like walking, but whatever), kickboxing, sushi, yarn shopping, and group Wonderfalls viewage (it’s good, you should watch it, and if you don’t believe me, read this by my friend A). Unfortunately I didn’t leave my Sunday open enough, as there were tapes to be done that day and I had to turn them down in favor of work I’d brought home and procrastinated on, but hopefully they’ll have more for next weekend, when I can release the “no” guilt. So except for that, it was a fabulous weekend, the kind that needs to be repeated on a regular basis.
In other news, I skipped krav yesterday (lower back pain sucks) in favor of attending tonight’s class instead. I’m wondering how long it’ll be before going to class excites me instead of making me nervous. I hate being a newbie.
Finally! It took a mini forever, but the Wolfram and Hart Annual Revue pictures are finally here. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll point and mock, just don’t surf through while operating heavy equipment, it’s not safe.
I’m transcribing today. Now, I knew about my procrastinating ways, but damn, have they bit me in the ass this time. I’d kick myself if I weren’t so sore from my
first second krav class this morning. The next time I have homework to do for the weekend, someone link this post back at me, remind me of what a moron I would be to attempt to do it all in one day again.
In other news, I spent $40 on yarn yesterday at a nifty little yarn sale for charity in Brentwood. Needless to say, I’d rather be knitting. Also, peanut butter and jelly sammiches rock muchly.
This post has been brought to you by the number 6 and the white bulldog in the DentaStix dog treats commercial.
I’m waiting for one more approval, then I’ll post the link to the pictures from the Wolfram & Hart Annual Revue, I swear! Of course, I could just comment out the one that I’m waiting for, but that’s too much like work.
In other news, today is March 5th, so HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my friend Bill, and my immortalizer David Fury! May it be a wonderful day for you both!
Also, after much toiling, and much torture from my producers, the two projects I’ve been working on for the past four/five months went live this week: Museum and GCI. Go, poke around, learn something, and then send your kudos this way, and I’ll spread the love with the rest of the team. 🙂
That’s all I have for now. Maybe more later.