At least I can console myself with watching an episode of Burn Notice. Specifically, the episode "Friendly Fire" which has plenty of explosions, and epic timing. Love it. <3
Just finished watching Yahrzeit on TNT. And I still can't repress wanting to cuddle Mac at the end. From about the point where he watches the clip about his father, to the end. Has got to be one of my favorite episodes to date. Just..... **dissolves into happy puddle of gibbering goo**
Edit: MOVING ON FRIDAY!!! The forms for me to move out of my dorm room and in with someone else(switching places with her current roomie) got pushed through a few days early, so I don't have to wait for Saturday.... Y'all probably think I'm crazy that I get to move a day early, but that gives me all of saturday and sunday to get settled into my new room. ^__^
( CSI Trilogy, Part 2 NY )
In other news, I got the H1N1 flu mist yesterday, and now I've been having a mild reaction to it. Headache, the cold but hot feeling I get when I've got a fever, nausea, body aches, dizzyness. Generally feeling not too great.
( Clicky for Spoilerish ranting )
On a completely unrelated note, I should not stay up all night, no matter what all kinds of interesting conversations I may be having with jetpack_angel, because it just makes it almost impossible for me to stay awake in my 9 AM calculus class. And then when I take a nap at 3 in the afternoon, I sleep until 10:45, at which point all the food places on campus are closed, and I don't feel like asking anyone to drive me to Cookout, or Wendy's, or ordering pizza, so I end up having one of those ready to heat individual ravioli things. And a soda, because the machine downstairs was out of milk.
( random, mostly unconnected rambling and rantings. )
So I've been:
A) thinking too much
B) way too bored for my own good, and
C) vaguely annoyed at my roomie
I'm not entirely sure what to think of all three CSI shows crossing over each other. I mean, yeah, it could make for an interesting dynamic to have the different shows interact, but I'm a little confused. Is it really just Langston crossing through all three? Because if it is, that would kinda suck, because I would love for Mac and Horatio to end up in Vegas, working with all three teams.
Hot damn, that would be one hell of a story. And tough to write all those characters interacting across states.
Anyways. I've been looking at all the previews and such, and the behind-the-scenes stuff, and I must admit I'm rather intrigued. Still rather pissed that they pulled in a new actor as the lead role on CSI, rather than using one of the three originals who are still with the show, and that he's the one who gets to go through all three shows, but that's not really the point.
I need to get out more, and stop being so thorougly geeky.
Edit: Was at my school's football game: 3rd down on the 33 yard line. Nearly squealed in geekyness.
Anyways, I kinda realized that I'd rather do some of the writing for a show, rather than the actual acting. I'm more of a behind-the-scenes gal. Either the writing or sound tech or a props/set person. Because then, watching the actors, if I was going to laugh, I could actually cover my mouth and keep myself quiet.
Anyways. Thats kinda been floating around my head since the comment was made, and I just wanted to get it out of my system.
Now that I've had my rant... I've definitely been watching too much CSI and CSI: NY lately. I've been thinking in the character's voices. It's about to drive me batshit crazy. I mean, really, I have got to stop obsessively watching reruns on Spike. I've got two perfectly good seasons on DVD. .... Not that I didn't initially polish those off in the week after I got each.
But definitely too much NY. Danny and Don have set up residence in my head, and are either happily bickering with one of my own characters and corrupting them, or simply bickering with themselves. Or me. And occasionally they bring Adam around, and he gets nervous and starts babbling.
Oh and I've got to pack today so I can move into my dorm on Sunday. I'm about to go out of my brain, and I still have other stuff to do before I can get that done.
I'm clearly quite stressed.