The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors (halfshellvenus) wrote,
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors
halfshellvenus

Dreamwidth Invite Code?

Anyone have one to spare? I'm not leaving LJ, but I like to cover my bases and parallel posting is something I could work with.

Thanks! *smooches*

I'm still trying to shed this stupid cold (before it starts up a sinus infection)—it's hanging around longer than they usually do. We've had a sudden temperature increase around here, really typical for Sacramento spring. The week of April 5, the highs were 62-64o. These last couple of days? 94o! However, it's supposed to rain on Friday and things may back off for awhile. I've learned not to put away the sweaters/comforters until May.

I'm an episode behind on Reaper still (thanks, failure-to-record-DVR), but I'm caught up on almost everything else. We'll probably watch last week's episode on the computer while DVRing this week's, and get to it later (because "Fringe" is on tonight too).

Both of us have bailed out of Bones. I was never a major fan (HalfshellHusband liked it better), mostly because of the whole maggots/slime/etc. component. I really hate that kind of thing—I don't watch CSI either, for exactly that same reason. In fact, I could really use LESS graphical medical realism on TV in general. Even in the needle in the arm is too much!

But this season... Bones has gotten "zany," and that doesn't really do it for me. I don't really care for Sweets, I hate how Zach's storyline ended (totally OOC and unbelievable) last season, Angela's a decoration, and the plots are now tending to resemble CrackFic to me, week after week. Whatever I used to sorta-like about the show seems to be gone, and I've added 2 or 3 new shows this year so my time's getting booked up.

New Supernatural Thursday night (*is worried*), and RDJ's movie opens this weekend AND we have a babysitter already lined up! (*is so there*)

What's new with all of you?

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