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Ya'll, my dad called me no less than eleven times yesterday. No lie. All because he needs to get a new dishwasher and he's trying to kill himself (and me) with his obsessive need to over-complicate the whole process. Today, I am so totally going to Sears and buying a dishwasher and having it delivered to his damn house. Surprise, dad!

Liked last night's Lost muchly. I'm happy to finally get an episode about Hurley. And I enjoyed the humorous tone, yet it still managed to creep me way the hell out. Evil numbers, dude! Yikes! And when Sensei Locke made Claire that cradle I was all about the AWWWWWWWWWW. I love me some Locke.

West Wing's seemed really weird the last couple of weeks. Not bad, exactly, just... disorienting. Like I'm picking up in the middle of the season without having seen the episodes that came before this. Only I have been watching the episodes that came before. I think it's because stupid Lost runs three minutes over ever week, so I always end up missing the beginning of West Wing (or, like last week, when I totally forgot to switch over, missing the first 10 minutes). Also, the fact that the show seems to be going off in about 20 different and totally random directions that make no sense whatsoever and totally don't fit with the characters or the tone of the show I used to love so much. But Josh is still hot, so I'm gonna stay in the game until Brad Whitford finally cashes out.

P.S. I'm not really feeling crazy today, I just love that picture and wanted to use it.



Mar. 3rd, 2005 05:39 pm (UTC)
I catch the beginning of WW and I still feel a little lost. (Although I have missed a few eps this year, here and there.) I liked the Santos maneuvering, that was fun. And, unbelievable as it would be in real life, I could not help smiling at the Toby interaction/storyline with the youth PAC.

As for the craziness with your Dad, my sympathies. My mother does that to me all the time- obsessiveness with minutiae. I chalk it up to the aging process. Hang in there.

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