So yrah, I’m back to college tomorrow. Im in a new class this time and I have to make new friends. :( Laaaaame.
I’ve already signed up to join the nerdy interests club though, so maybe I’ll meet a nice hot girl who likes wrestling. And we’ll go to the indie show here next month and meet Bret Hart.
Jen just reminded me I still have to do a follow friday
Even tho it’s already Saturday here
Me and katie are timezone BFFs.
I posted my crushes earlier tho.
Just cos I’m bored:
-The Wire and The Sopranos are tied for greatest TV show of all time for me.
-Boardwalk Empire has only had one season but it’s already almost on the level of those two.
-24 is the first TV show I ever really LOVED. I own the entire series on DVD, including the TV movie. I also have every issue of the short-lived magazine, except issue one.
-The Office (the original, from the UK) is probably my favourite comedy of all time on TV or film. I’d consider it almost as good as The Wire and The Sopranos and I think everyone should see it.
-Trailer Park Boys is an obscure Canadian sitcom that I would recommend to anyone who likes to laugh. It’s wacky, it’s sweary, it’s unlike most other stuff on TV. Just obscenely fun.
-The Inbetweeners is another awesome UK comedy that will probably make it over to the US at some stage, if it hasn’t already. Crude but true to life, I love it. I think it’s like a more realistic, British version of American Pie.
-Charlie Brooker’s Newswipe/Screenwipe. I would recommend this first to anyone who is looking for new TV. They’re all online and they’re hilarious and interesting. They are basically comedy documentary type things looking at how TV and the news works behind the scenes. So easy to watch and hilarious.
Just stuff annoying me that has nothing to do with wrestling.
The fourth iteration of the MV Zone has launched, but is still under construction. My page is up, and you can find an archive of most of the MVs I’ve ever made. Certainly the watchable ones. :P