...I might have to watch the Modern Family premiere. Voluntarily. LOOK AT THIS GORGEOUS HORSE! What the hell, ModFam. I am always trying to make horses happen on my TV shows. And of the many ways to go about doing that, a ranch vacation is basically the ultimate pinnacle of horse-happening. How are YOU the one who manages it?
Tempted though I was to cut off the tops and sides of these pictures, in the interest of
saving not wasting space (oh, there's a difference), I left them intact because I figured it was the only way you'd pay attention.
Aforementioned gorgeous horse:
Oh look, another one! Muddy feet, this one. What adventures has it been on lately?
Also, muzzy_olorea posted this and I feel compelled to, er, reblog for those who may not have seen it yet, as it is a great fandom treasure regardless of whether you have ever seen the show:
I've spent a bunch of time reading my fall preview issue of EW, and decided that as close as it is, the new TV season can't start soon enough. Right now I have zero interest in my shows, and instead just want to ride herd and keep tabs on the entire landscape at once, charting successes and failures. I know way too much about every new show and what half the returning shows are doing, only to realize I have no clue what any of what I generally claim as MY shows are planning beyond their season premiere, and for NCIS I don't even know that. If my shows could start happening with new episodes again, I think it would reset my focus and help me care about individual characters again.