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davidishot
12 November 2009 @ 03:26 pm
OMG. Ron Livingston got married. I am surprised. And VERY happy for him.


Source:
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iOecMhU1JR__3pSiu17Q8C53b4IwD9BU4K9O2
(And just searching 'Ron Livingston' in google results in a ridiculous number of articles...)

Necessary Ron picture to go along with this important news:

 
 
davidishot
10 May 2009 @ 02:39 pm


 
 
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davidishot
04 May 2009 @ 04:03 pm


That doesn't look like a good sign for 'Life'...
But I am happy about 'Southland'.
*runs off cursing NBC*

In addition, I hate Jay Leno. And NBC executive Ben Silverman.
They ruined my Wednesday night.
 
 
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davidishot
27 April 2009 @ 12:58 pm

I was filled with joyous squee this morning after seeing this post:
http://community.livejournal.com/bandofbrothers/112200.html
(in the bandofbrothers community by clareb30)
BoB love underneath...Collapse )
 
 
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davidishot

http://www.imeem.com/people/YtKUEM6/video/B_somEDT/93-xmas-promo-commercials-video/


This brought the biggest smile to my face. How have I never seen this before? I am shocked. And incredibly amused.
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davidishot
23 April 2009 @ 11:31 am

This, albeit highly unlikely, casting spoiler would make my heart explode with happiness if it were true.

A lot.
 

Repeatedly even.

...Please?
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/doctor-who/5204395/Gillian-Anderson-being-lined-up-for-Doctor-Who-appearance.html

But with "A Doll's House' (starring with Christopher Eccleston!) and other amazing productions, I am REALLY doubting its foundation in truth. But you have to dream, right?
 
 
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davidishot
08 April 2009 @ 09:01 pm

Yeah, the 'Life' episode "One" demands to be reviewed:
One plus one equals...Collapse )
 
 
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davidishot

Its been FOREVER since I have posted (due to spring break and other school related craziness), but I couldn't pass up one particular bit of news... BECAUSE GILLIAN ANDERSON AND CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON ARE BOTH IN THE PLAY 'A DOLL'S HOUSE' !

Sorry about that, but I think my brain just exploded. That is the awesomeness part. The fail part (or also the awesomeness part if you are promoting or producing this play, but anyway...) is that the tickets are sold out. FAIL.

Well, I can't wait to hear how fabulous this will OBVIOUSLY be. I would also like to see many, many pictures. Please?
 
 
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davidishot

As the result of reading a fabulous Life/Standoff fanfic, I promptly watched the first three episodes of the latter (OMG I LOVE YOU NIXON MATT), while trying to make the new episodes last. In sum, Standoff is my new favorite show.
 
In addition, BULL, WHY ARE YOU SO AMAZING, AND SAVE SMALL CHILDREN IN HOSTAGE SITUATIONS BY JUMPING ON THEM IN BATHTUBS? OH RIGHT, BECAUSE YOU ARE BULL. HOW SILLY OF ME.

I was watching Pearl Harbor last night (don't hate me, but it was on A&E and I adore all WWII stories...and I bitched all the way through it), BUT the parachute sex scene is now my favorite part, resulting from a conversation with my roommate. We decided that those were the same parachutes that would be sent for Easy Company to use and that poor Winters' parachute was the one that endured the sexy tiems. Poor Dick. So to remedy that fact, Winters and Nixon had sex on it. Frequently. And then Welsh ended up with the very same parachute sometime later (I know that makes no sense, but go with it) and is the exact same one he had in Normandy and eventually gave to Kitty for her wedding dress. Also, if Speirs was stationed in Pearl Harbor the Japanese planes would have stopped and turned around, surrendering, in turn ending WWII.

I went to see The Boy in the Striped Pajamas today (another WWII/concentration camp centered film), and was inappropriately struck by laughter when German utensils were shown (damn you Welsh and Winters collecting Hitler's best silverware). As a side note, the film was interesting and offered a different perspective, though no truly new ideas were presented within the film. You should still go see it though.
 
 
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