A Tale of Woe

I’d have kicked her out too.

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6 Responses to A Tale of Woe

  1. North says:

    NOT like Firefly? Inconceivable!

  2. Dwight Brown says:


    You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    (As far as I’m concerned, the fact that she doesn’t like “Firefly” is a plus in my book. I’ve never seen an episode, and I’m so freaking tired of hearing people talk about it and moan about how it was cancelled early and what a freaking genius Joss Whedon is, that I will NEVER watch an episode unless someone ties me down and forces me to.)

  3. North says:

    Dwight: I wouldn’t try to force you. I saw advertisements for FF and thought that the show looked moronic. The show was by the guy that made ‘Buffy’, which meant (and still means) nothing to me. I hadn’t intended to watch it.

    I flipped on the tube to watch something (I don’t remember what) and was early by an hour. The first episode of FF started, so I watched to see just how stupid it would be. And it was marginally OK with a few witty highlights. So I watched again next week and liked it less. I gave it one more try and it grew on me. Rewatching a year later made me like it a lot.

    But I understand – the overexposure can put you off.

  4. Jay G. says:

    Heh. I still *to this day* have not seen “Jurassic Park” because of all the hype that surrounded its release…

  5. Weer'd Beard says:

    If you’ve read the book, Jay, don’t bother. JP was a cool summer Special Effects film, but a clotheshanger abortion of the book.

    Oh, my wife likes firefly. 🙂

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