So Carly Grace is doing fabulously. The name fits her very well, but the only thing is you have to say it with a full-on southern twang. That's right, say it outloud with me now..."Carrr-lee Grayyce." Wasn't that fun?
Despite only watching 3 TV shows a week, they certainly dominate my evenings. Either I'm flying home from nannying so I can see them or praying, praying, praying that my VCR actually is recording them like I told it to (I'm one of the 4 people left on earth who doesn't have TiVo. Or cable).
House is on Mondays. Last night's was a little odd...any House fans out there? Next week's looks downright bizarre. While I like #13, I do miss the old team. Especially Chase's accent.
American Idol takes over Tuesday and Wednesday nights. I'm still mad that Carly left two weeks ago. Wayyyyy to early, in my opinion. And I'm sad Brooke went last week, but that's only cause she's a nanny and I'm a nanny and there's a big nanny bias goin' on right there. This week I'd like to see Jason Castro go, but I think it'll be Syesha for an all-male top 3. David Cook should win but I think Archuleta's got a bigger voting fan base. Anyone? Thoughts?
And THE OFFICE is on Thursday! I. love. the. Office. Though I must admit, I was a bit sad to see the meaner side of Stanley last week. One of my favorite episodes is "Take Your Daughter to Work Day" for the sole reason that Stanley yells at Ryan...but that's funny yelling. Last week Stanley was just mean. Poopoo to you, Stan.
I've gotta say...the writers' strike was a bit of a relief. I wasn't a slave to my TV when it was going on. Now, I know I've got to watch the episodes THAT NIGHT or inevitably something will be spoiled for me the next day. Especially on AI.
As you can probably tell from the rambling, no-point nonsense of this post, I'm at work and procrastinating.
I spent 15 minutes on the phone this morning with the stupid phone company trying to pay 2 phone bills. I had to talk to 2 different people and 3 robots. It was fun. But the scary thing? The robots were smarter than the people.