The term is almost over! Yay! I'm way too happy about that.
So, a certain co-worker is a giant fan of Caterina Scorsone, so I am taping Alice
for her, as she has no way of taping it. When she'll actually get to watch it? No body knows, and since I'm taping it, I have decided to watch it (lets ignore the fact that Andrew Lee Potts (Conner!) and Tim Curry being in it helped in my decision). So far, I find it enjoyable. It has been a really
long time since I've read or watched anything relating to Alice in Wonderland (partially because certain family members cannot stand the story because they personally find it disturbing), so there is a copy in the house somewhere. Where? No one knows. Seems it was read to me a long, long time ago. So long ago, I don't remember hearing it, but know the story well enough that I'm not all confused, but I still forget random bits.
Of course, watching this reminds me I have yet to see the latest season of Primeval, and I have yet to watch Waters of Mars, and the last two episodes of Children of Earth, so I shall get to that during my break I suppose. It even reminds me that I have a whole list of other stuff to watch, but that can be ignored for now I suppose... Or I'll mix them together. I do have the last two episodes of CoE on video somewhere in the house, as I did tape it during its run (which was the same week of the convention, so it is understandable in a way as to why I didn't see the last two), but as soon as I could watch them, I had already misplaced them (or broken the tapes, as that seems to be happening as of late).
Livejournal seems to be having problems with email alerts lately. Kind of frustrating in a way, but I suppose it is alright... Arg.
You know you watch too much stuff with subtitles, when while searching for something on YouTube, you suddenly wonder why nothing is labelled as having subs, and then you realize the entire thing is in English anyways... I'm not tired at all. >.>;
It still gives me odd amusement to watch people try to turn their arm "backwards", when they can't.