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Tryptophan, THE BREAKUP, and HEROES

Well, the tryptophan finally wore off! I’m telling you, they could use turkey as a bio weapon – make the enemy so relaxed they can’t fight back.

This is just a short note to update my vices, TV and video-wise. We rented THE BREAKUP and it was terrible. Just terrible. The trailer made it look like a romantic comedy, but it was soooo depressing. All of the funny scenes were in the trailer, so if you saw that, you saw the best parts already (except there is one hilarious joke toward the beginning that really got my hopes up. Then nothing for the rest of the movie). Seriously, they billed it as romantic comedy, right? Sheesh…

On to TV. Karmela Johnson has me belatedly hooked on HEROES. So I’m thrilled that they’re doing a marathon of the early episodes this week – on Wednesday, on SciFi, in my area. I will be taping like a fiend.

We never made it to the Bond movie (b/c of the bio weapon) but we’ll probably go this weekend. Also, we’re probably buying a new car this weekend, so it should be exciting.

Nothing new on the writing front. But for some reason, I’m feeling optimistic. Based on nothing, I assure you, and maybe I’m headed for a fall, but I guess I’ll enjoy while I can.

BTYL!

Kate

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(Anonymous)
Nov. 29th, 2006 12:26 am (UTC)
Save the cheerleader!!!!!

;-)
Karm
katedonovan
Nov. 29th, 2006 12:41 am (UTC)
HEROES
Karm,

Best new show of the season, that's for sure. Thanks again for the tip!

Kate
(Anonymous)
Nov. 29th, 2006 09:53 pm (UTC)
Re: HEROES
I have all my thoughts on Monday night's episode on Crystal Green's blog (http://crystal-green.blogspot.com/). Want some spoilers? What do you think of Daddy Cheerleader? Is he good? Is he bad? Is he both?

Karm
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