@jolie Someone once told me never to squash them with your shoe because, if the bug happens to be a female, you will walk around tracking roach eggs all over your apartment. Whether or not this is true, I am so horrified by it that I just drench them in roach spray and hope for a quick exit from this mortal coil.
She built that fence so high that she can no longer see Russia.
"Boris Karloff was also there, but the two spent the evening talking to each other."
This story was lovely enough to distract me from the epically bad hair day I'm having.
Also, how did she get in the door in the first place? Did she have to carry a bicycle pump (in her non-Ice sleeve, of course)?
I agree! Go for it, Balk. I can't wait until I can describe other people's work as "Balkian".
"As a precautionary measure I put my goggles on, so my shirt wouldn't get bleached from the salt in my tears. Then I just put cut a hole in a tarp to put over my head when the goggles filled up and tears started squirt out the side all over the place."
Me too. The thing about this show is that while I'm weeping copiously, I'm also fully aware of how emotionally manipulative GLEE is. And I just keep on weeping.
You forget Ron Livingston's brief turn as Carrie's boyfriend. I'm very attracted to his eyebrows.
Seeing Sir Anthony Hopkins in the audience a few weeks ago was a little surreal.
Jake: How often does the train go by?
Elwood: So often you won't even notice it.
Seriously, good freaking riddance. While I am totally in favor of pouring union resources into organizing, SEIU's practice of selling some groups out in order to organize other groups really doesn't serve the labor movement very well.