Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Lick the lightswitch

I may be two years too late with this but my underachieving has led me to a mundane, brain-numbing job, which has led me to appalling working hours, which has led me to getting home really rather late, which has led me to watching weird late night tv, which has led me here. One of the best shows I’ve seen in a long time. Of course, it was barely shown – cancelled, in fact, after four episodes. I think I may have to buy it on DVD.

In other late night news…I am very pissed off at the serious lack of Buffy repeats. I was enjoying that!

Am I giving the impression of being very bored with my life?

7 comments:

nailpolishblues said...

You know what? Consider it bought. Damn Amazon. So seductive, so easy, so seductive. I love/hate Amazon.

Don Quixote said...

Ha! I saw that last night as well. That funny little moneky; I knew he'd give her the right advice.

And, I'm missing late-night buffy as well. Who wants to see Puff Daddy (or P-diddy) talk about acne cream for three hours?

nailpolishblues said...

The monkey rocks. I kinda liked the bear [was it? I'm not sure] who kept saying 'girl needs boy'.

The acne hours are killing me - made worse by my inability to get good ABC SBS reception [freakin planes/poor signals/crap tvs]. I need a better way of life!

mhe said...

I schedule my off time around P-Diddy infomercials. Nothing says "fun" like pro-active solution.

Mark said...

Oops, Firefox wasn't refreshing your site so I thought you hadn't updated. Buffy roxor.

themarina said...

I always seem to miss the Buffy repeats too. At some point, I may start buying it on DVD. The first few seasons are surprisingly inexpensive. As for Wonderfalls, haven't see any of it yet. I'm on a bit of a Battlestar Gallactica kick.

Rachy said...

I remember in 2004 I got addicted to watching a series on ABC called Fish about a British lawyer and his dysfunctional life. It was also cut way too soon