Monday, April 25, 2005

Bless Harry Potter's Beautiful Hide

So, this is the kind of stuff that makes me ashamed of fellow Potter fans: crazy fangirls setting up hate sites for the Cho Chang actress. Yes, Cho is wretched but come on...let's try to be a little grown up about this.

In related news I am homeless for the time being, a parasite on surrounding relatives and living the suitcase lifestyle. It's the done-with-school perks I guess.

I guess I don't really have much to say. ABC is airing Chamber of Secrets on May 7th and they're going to intersperse it with scenes from the GOF trailer. Woo hoo! Even better, the trailer is out on the 13th, online and attached with Kicking and Screaming. It may not have Gerard Butler in it, but I'd be willing to see another soccer movie if it has some quality Harry Potter action. (I saw Game of Their Lives this weekend and it was pretty good.)

I read some old blogs this past week and it brought back all kinds of fan fiction memories. Some good, some...not so good. I had forgotten about the pregnant Harry fic. It's just wrong on so many levels.

So, in conclusion, the first week of May has two TV things I'm looking forward to: new Lost (finally!) and COS. The really amazing part is that that's just a week away. Wasn't it just Christmas?

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Sunset Station

I just took the first final of the season. I guess it was okay, but I'll find out for sure on Monday.

This probably isn't surprising, but I'm getting kind of tired of these bugs crawling all over my window. They always seem to get inside my room and crawl where I do not want them. I'm also kind of tired of seeing them mate on my window too. I mean, don't they realize that everyone can see them? No sense of decency in bugs these days.

I was reading some of my old blogs the other day and I used to impart a lot more upcoming movie info. So, here's some taste of the old blog flavor:
-In a sign of the Apocalypse, writers are now working on a Baywatch movie.
-On May 7th, Chamber of Secrets is airing on TV along with the first clip of Goblet of Fire! (That makes up for the Baywatch news)
-Bruce Willis has that the only Die Hard that has any "merit" is the first one. My question is: why did he do the others?
-I won't deny that I want to see Kingdom of Heaven. I guess that counts as news.

In another toast to the old blogs, I have a fan fiction sound byte for the day. It's from a super sweetbees fic about Hermione and Draco getting together after Hermione becomes a skank. I mean gets a makeover.

Ginny and Hermione changed clothes and went to Hogsmeade. They went to "Sophania's wardrobe" and there were lots of trendy muggle clothes.

Ginny and Hermione exchanged excited looks and started choosing. Hermione chose tube tops, spaghetti strapped shirts, sleeveless shirts, mini skirts and shorts, plus a black evening gown for the end-of-year ball. She bought them all and started wearing one of the mini shorts and tube tops. Ginny bought mini dresses, low-cut jeans and sleeveless shirts. She also started wearing them too.

They held large shopping bags and walked to the "Shoes for girls like me" shop. They each chose three pairs of shoes. Hermione bought high heel boots , high heel slippers and sneakers. Ginny bought boots, slippers. Hermione started to put on the high heel slippers, Ginny also.

After that, one thing was left. Their hair. They went to "The Girls Hair Salon". Hermione straightened her hair and dyed it blond and streaks of black and brown. Ginny dyed her hair light brown and trimmed an inch. They walked out and people started looking at them, trying to figure out who they were."

I don't even know where to start about that.

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Blog to Infinity

I was planning to be the first back on the blog bandwagon and I got outfoxed.

I had some chow mein tonight. It was the best chow mein I have had in the history of my entire existence and I liked it so much I took two hours to eat it. I followed it up with the best water ever and threw in some best ever Cheetos too. The memory of that chow mein will keep me going. Mmm.

I watched Ninja Turtles this morning, as usual. Bishop got impaled on a hook, which was pretty rad. But somehow he got off and escaped again. Clearly the man has some kind of superhuman getting-off-the-hook abilities. My strange fascination called W.I.T.C.H. has disappeared so I didn't get my Saturday morning anime fix, alas.

So I caught some I Want a Famous Face tonight about a girl who "always had a passion for acting." I don't know what kind of movies she wants to be in though since she's planning to break into the biz through Playboy. That's not a passion for acting that's a passion for getting attention. So, this led me to a conclusion. 95% of new actresses don't want to be actresses, they just want to be celebrities. So now more than ever, the future of serious film lies in Bollywood.

Sad news. I checked out Ebay to scope out the elusive and awesome Unleashed Boba Fetts. Apparently he is the Harley Quinn of the Unleashed world because the man is going for $100. So far my solution is to say to the world: if you ever corner the elusive Boba Fett in a store, buy him. I will not only pay you back but will also give you a sticker.

I think I need more best ever water and possibly some crazy fun Star Wars pop-tarts.