THINGS I'VE BEEN DOING BEHIND THE SCENES, FAN-WISE
Maybe I should institute some sort of Saturday Sum-Up, if I'm gonna continue wasting the hours I'm afraid of doing work by scrolling ONTD and annoying Tumblr accounts and Buzzfeed with anger and self-loathing at said wastefulness, writing Angry Unposted Reactions to their content instead of Decent Blog Posts. My energy is rapidly fading so I can't go into any detail about any of them, but here is an outline of things I've been doing on Tumblr / YouTube / offline:
FWOMPING back into head-over-heels love with Pushing Daisies, for reasons I did not document so I honestly cannot figure out how that happened -- apparently on May 4th I guess I just randomly started thinking about Ned/Chuck, which led to gifset reblogging, and then I pulled the DVDs and kicked it into high intensity about 3 weeks ago. I had switched from the math project to the much more boring reading comprehension project at the test-scoring place, and, well, the mind tends to wander on that kind of project.
(This show is perfect now? also I can't believe I ever let them out of my Top Five OTPs Of All Time. or that I never got past episode 2 on my Watch Project w/ Chris five years ago)
On a related note: I am busy collecting and/or hoovering up Lee Pace projects like nobody's business
(WHAT IN MY LIFE HAS CAUSED ME TO CASUALLY FORGET HIM FOR NINE YEARS, I cry as I become overwhelmed by absolutely everything he's ever done on a screen or as an impossibly charming human being, ignoring the fact that I said the same thing about Josh Groban in November and have already let him fade back into the contented background)
Including Wonderfalls (1.5 episodes in but first I spoiled myself with all the Pace content from the second half of the series on YouTube, oops)
Also started watching Blood and Treasure (3 episodes in. It's awesome)
Really totally want to watch Good Omens, but per usual I claimed to have "no time" to do fun things like that ever, then immediately watching two different and longer series instead. But Amazon is so much more of a hassle to use, since I don't have my own account, than cbs.com or a library DVD set, and I feel like I've seen at least 70% of it in gifsets at this point, so what is rush.
yes i did just imply that it is much more effort to remember where I wrote down a username / password and use them to log into a website (every time tho! every time I want to watch!) than it is to drive 5 minutes to a library to pick up a DVD, and I stand by that