CSI is the new Law & Order; there's never a time it isn't on television. Unlike Law & Order, though, it doesn't make me slowly grow to hate each and every one of the characters, which is what happens when I see too much L&O unless it's SVU, which is rather fine due to the Meloni-ness and De-tec-tive Munch.
The liver is the organ of anger in Chinese medecine. I want you all to remember that.
Things I'm reading right now: Wuthering Heights, which totally rocks. I remember reading it and hating it, but now I've got a huge love for what's happening. I want to see Mr. Darcy and Heathcliff in a cage fight. It'd be awesome.
Battlestar Galactica: Why? I didn't mean to enjoy it so much. I didn't even mean to like it. And yet, yet, I certainly do. The only character I don't particularly like is Colonel "I'm a Total Coward and Alcoholic and My Wife is a Definite Bitch" XO person. I find Baltair to be skeezysexy. It shames me.
Ray vs. De-Lovely: Ray was absolutely amazing, and I loved every second of it. De-Lovely made me very sad, and it made me ponder the probability that I would have ended up in much the same boat as Ashley Judd's character and that made me entirely sad.
House: Huge Laurie=Such YES. Him as King ...George? in Blackadder (I don't know which series) = EVEN MORE YES.
And lastly, I would leave you all with this thought: "Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet."