Sunday, April 20, 2014
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Friday, April 18, 2014
To be honest, I do feel bad for people with bad dandruff because I had fairly bad dandruff as a teenager. It is kind of gross though.
I wrote a story set during the silent and early talkie days of film. Go read it.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
This could really be the second half of the conversation from that episode of The Simpsons where Homer wants steak for dinner but they can't afford it.
Gladys: What do you want for dinner, Brutus?
Gladys: Money's too tight for steak...
Gladys: Sure Brutus. Steak.
Later that day...
Brutus: What? Salad for dinner instead of steak?
Gladys: When did I ever say we were having steak?
Monday, April 14, 2014
Sunday, April 13, 2014
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
I say that as someone who is sad to see one of his favorite television shows end and as someone who hates to see good shows languish on the line. How I Met Your Mother joins the small echelon of shows I've watched from beginning to end at the time they aired that also lasted at least five seasons. Before HIMYM, only Boy Meets World (1993-2000) and Smallville (2001-2011) made that list. Only three shows. Other shows I picked up a couple seasons in, some I quit watching because, to me, they were done. HIMYM almost fell into that category.
I started watching How I Met Your Mother because the premise intrigued me. I was at a time in my life where I, too, was looking for Mrs. Mosby and it didn't hurt that the characters were similar in age to me. It wasn't long before I met someone and I could show them this amazing show. I had bought the first season DVD collection and that first season is just the best television I've seen in a long time. There is not a flaw in it and no other modern TV series has a first season like it. I loved cuddling with my girlfriend and watching it with her. Unfortunately, just like Ted's failed relationships with Robin, Victoria, Stella, Zoey and many other women that just lasted one date, we broke up but after the mandatory mourning period, I kept Ted in mind as he was still positive and upbeat knowing that his The One was right around the corner. Even though Ted soon became a supporting character in his own story, I still enjoyed following him around every Monday.
Then the finale happened. I try not to go into series finales with grand expectations but I have dedicated half an hour nearly every Monday night for nine years on this show and I expected closure. Instead what happened was a callback to the magnificent pilot. Don't get me wrong. I'm pretty sure that if I were in the Ted and Robin camp, the finale would've made me happy. I'm sure I've written and mentioned before that the last scene with the kids was filmed before the second season began and that was back in 2006. I learned last night that had the show only lasted one season that Victoria (Ashley Williams) would've been the mother but the ending would've been the same. The Mother would've died and the story would've been about Robin.
|I'm just going to point you to this chart again about what happens to TV shows beyond the seventh season.|
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|Ah, Mrs. Mosby, we hardly knew ye.|
Until next time, I remain...