I saw that I didn't get the joke.
Well to be fair, it was sort of an 'in' joke between me and Mitch.
Yeah. I tried to make a lol, but then saw that your post wasn't accidental, thus making my lol (or likely lack thereof) obsolete so I deleted the post.
Season 7 premiere date is Sunday, April 13.
I'll have to check for sure, but I think I may have other plans that night . . .
Thank god for DVR.
Coachella 11, 12 (W1), 13 (W1), 14 (W1)
Mazzy Star, 11/7/13
The Entrance Band, 12/31/13, 3/8/14
I will be livestreaming the season premier in my tent that night, you're all invited.
Bring hard alcohol and your inner demons.
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Decent start to the season. I was surprised to see Neve Campbell fill the other woman role this season. That seems quite promising. Also, Roger could very well have the most interesting story. And of course Joan is totally bringing it, putting people in their place. I love it.
It was pretty snazzy. Also, did you catch that part at their dinner with that director/producer where he said they would need to fix her teeth? That would be a total letdown if she didn't have a gap tooth. Those teeth build character.
AC/DC and Steely Dan? Why not just get a Don Henley project on the poster so my dad can bring his R/V, his fourth wife, and make a day out of the damn thing?
The new season is coherent in terms of the story so far, but also kind of boring and unsatisfying. Especially given that there are only 5 eps left and then another yearlong break.
Hope they dispense with the "everyone is a depressed loser" theme of this season quickly. Also, Lou Avery is no Phil Leotardo.
By far the most awkward episode from start to finish. What an asshole move on Roger's part knowing that the deicision was not his alone to make. I have a feeling Don will go rogue at some point and they'll officially let him go for breaking their rules that they set for him.
I was surprised Don agreed to those terms. I wonder if he was desperate to get his job back or if he thinks he can earn their trust back quickly.
Oh look it stopped snowing...