loony_moony: (NMTB: Noel has a magical hat)
My official list of Favourite Shows Currently Running:

Community - It's just SO SHINY. So smart and funny and touching, even when I'm sorta tired of Jeff Wenger. Though I heartily believe it's the new "Scrubs", I don't think Joel McHale is quite as charming as Zack Braff used to be.

Supernatural - It's...on the way out of this list tbh. I'm hardly the only person on my flist who feels this way, I know. I can't quite muster the unironic squee I used to have for it, and my levels of disdain for Jared Padalecki as a person are beginning to take over my affection for Sam Winchester. Idk. There's a longer post waiting to be written about this, but those are my initial observations.

True Blood - It's still my official summer crack, and I think it's wholly redeemable if they just start cutting out some of the boring storylines and/or characters. Plus, Eric Northman, Lafayette and Pam are still three of the most fun characters on television, and I love the books.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks - OH, BRITISH SNARK. Even with the cringe-worthy parade game they insist on keeping, it's still incredibly entertaining. Plus, Noel Fielding = YES PLEASE.

The Daily Show - JOOOOOOOOOOOON. That is all. :D

The Late Late Show - Craig Ferguson, I've come to realize, has made a perfect amalgamation of British and American late night formats. He's just the right amount of silly, laid back and serious. Plus, HE'S MY SCOTTISH UNF. Never leave your show omg Craig. <3333333

30 Rock - It's been coming slowly but surely. Tina Fey FTW!


Shows That Almost Make Afrementioned List:

Leverage - I seriously just need to catch up on it. I still adore it lots and lots.

The Big Bang Theory - Jim Parsons is still the funniest.

GLEE - Ack. Um, I only care about Kurt at this point? I sorta got tired of all the musical numbers and I pretty much detest any reason to have Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison on my television.

The Colbert Report - It's just that I don't quite want to watch it every night. Every couple of nights, sure!


Shows I Wish Existed So I Could Name Them My Favourites:

Jensen's Hour of Facepalm - Jensen Ackles on the many many things that make him facepalm, and us laugh and laugh. Schaaaaaaadenfreude! :D

Misha's Meditations - Misha Collins reminiscing over the many uses of pony blood, running crazy amounts and why his son has his own custom made fake mustache at the tender age of FETUS.

The Hardy Party - Tom Hardy sitting, being luscious. Tom Hardy talking like he writes, while being luscious. Sometimes P-Nut has his own corner on life advice for the newly rehabbed, as well as exercises that make your ass look like two ripe, hard melons, which Tom Hardy demonstrates in his underwear.
loony_moony: (NMTB: Noel has a magical hat)
My official list of Favourite Shows Currently Running:

Community - It's just SO SHINY. So smart and funny and touching, even when I'm sorta tired of Jeff Wenger. Though I heartily believe it's the new "Scrubs", I don't think Joel McHale is quite as charming as Zack Braff used to be.

Supernatural - It's...on the way out of this list tbh. I'm hardly the only person on my flist who feels this way, I know. I can't quite muster the unironic squee I used to have for it, and my levels of disdain for Jared Padalecki as a person are beginning to take over my affection for Sam Winchester. Idk. There's a longer post waiting to be written about this, but those are my initial observations.

True Blood - It's still my official summer crack, and I think it's wholly redeemable if they just start cutting out some of the boring storylines and/or characters. Plus, Eric Northman, Lafayette and Pam are still three of the most fun characters on television, and I love the books.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks - OH, BRITISH SNARK. Even with the cringe-worthy parade game they insist on keeping, it's still incredibly entertaining. Plus, Noel Fielding = YES PLEASE.

The Daily Show - JOOOOOOOOOOOON. That is all. :D

The Late Late Show - Craig Ferguson, I've come to realize, has made a perfect amalgamation of British and American late night formats. He's just the right amount of silly, laid back and serious. Plus, HE'S MY SCOTTISH UNF. Never leave your show omg Craig. <3333333

30 Rock - It's been coming slowly but surely. Tina Fey FTW!


Shows That Almost Make Afrementioned List:

Leverage - I seriously just need to catch up on it. I still adore it lots and lots.

The Big Bang Theory - Jim Parsons is still the funniest.

GLEE - Ack. Um, I only care about Kurt at this point? I sorta got tired of all the musical numbers and I pretty much detest any reason to have Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison on my television.

The Colbert Report - It's just that I don't quite want to watch it every night. Every couple of nights, sure!


Shows I Wish Existed So I Could Name Them My Favourites:

Jensen's Hour of Facepalm - Jensen Ackles on the many many things that make him facepalm, and us laugh and laugh. Schaaaaaaadenfreude! :D

Misha's Meditations - Misha Collins reminiscing over the many uses of pony blood, running crazy amounts and why his son has his own custom made fake mustache at the tender age of FETUS.

The Hardy Party - Tom Hardy sitting, being luscious. Tom Hardy talking like he writes, while being luscious. Sometimes P-Nut has his own corner on life advice for the newly rehabbed, as well as exercises that make your ass look like two ripe, hard melons, which Tom Hardy demonstrates in his underwear.
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: Pretty pretty princess)
And that is because I actually wasn't aware that in order to get e memory card out of a camera, one just has to press it.

The story of a failed fangirl's trip to DC and back (image-heavy) )
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: Pretty pretty princess)
And that is because I actually wasn't aware that in order to get e memory card out of a camera, one just has to press it.

The story of a failed fangirl's trip to DC and back (image-heavy) )
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: AAAAAAOMG)
Today, I tried to get to the rally.

What happened in reality was that I spent most of my day traveling to and fro on the DC/NY line, barely saw even the big screens, and heard about 2 1/2 jokes by Stewart/Colbert, because you guys, THERE WERE ABOUT 400,000 PEOPLE THERE. Traffic was horrifically jammed on the way over, there was a mile-long line for the buses in Port Authority and my god. I have never seen anything like it in my life.

So if you feel bad about staying at home and watching the whole thing on live stream, DON'T. I didn't even get to see [livejournal.com profile] sadcypress and [livejournal.com profile] poor_choices because THEIR AREA WAS BARRICADED, WTF.

I did take some nifty pics of people/signs/monuments/PEOPLE, so I'll put those up the next couple of days.

On a positive note, I wore my bear hat. I thought it was very fitting. :D
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: AAAAAAOMG)
Today, I tried to get to the rally.

What happened in reality was that I spent most of my day traveling to and fro on the DC/NY line, barely saw even the big screens, and heard about 2 1/2 jokes by Stewart/Colbert, because you guys, THERE WERE ABOUT 400,000 PEOPLE THERE. Traffic was horrifically jammed on the way over, there was a mile-long line for the buses in Port Authority and my god. I have never seen anything like it in my life.

So if you feel bad about staying at home and watching the whole thing on live stream, DON'T. I didn't even get to see [livejournal.com profile] sadcypress and [livejournal.com profile] poor_choices because THEIR AREA WAS BARRICADED, WTF.

I did take some nifty pics of people/signs/monuments/PEOPLE, so I'll put those up the next couple of days.

On a positive note, I wore my bear hat. I thought it was very fitting. :D
loony_moony: (Stephen Colbert: Hello ladies)
Also, apparently this morning, Stephen Colbert came to testify on a Congressional hearing, and he PWNED.



TRUTHINESS, THOU ART SACRED TO THE COLBERT, AND THOU SHALT STAY THAT WAY FOR REALZ.
loony_moony: (Stephen Colbert: Hello ladies)
Also, apparently this morning, Stephen Colbert came to testify on a Congressional hearing, and he PWNED.



TRUTHINESS, THOU ART SACRED TO THE COLBERT, AND THOU SHALT STAY THAT WAY FOR REALZ.
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: Pretty pretty princess)
And by "croaky" I do mean my lazy ass.

1. The Emmy nominations came out yesterday.

Lots of extremely pleasant surprises! "True Blood" for best drama! Chris Colfer for "Glee"*! Mike O'Malley for "Glee"! Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler (aka THE TAYLORS BOW DOWN BITCHES) for "Friday Night Lights"! John Slattery for "Mad Men"! Christina Hendricks for "Mad Men"!

Also not-so-pleasant issues: January Jones was nominated for being useless on "Mad Men", "Community" didn't get a single nomination (and even I, from the little I saw, knew that there was Emmy-worthy material there), ASkars and Nelsan Ellis weren't nominated (despite the fact they are currently the undisputed MVPs of "True Blood").

And in a fantastic show of "FUCK YOU" to Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien's "Tonight Show" got four nominations, while his got none.

* - Colfer was nominated in the comedy category, which, YIKES. His role was one of the most dramatic supporting roles this season. He'll never win until he gets nominated in the category he should be in.


2. The Federal District Court of Massachusetts ruled DoMA to be unconstitutional.

And not a minute too soon, you guys. Not a minute too soon. Here's hoping Obama won't barter a Justice Department appeal for something.


3. Fun little article about this golden age of late night comedy and political satire.

It makes good points too. Someone has to be the sane polar of Fox News, after all. For me, it goes hand-in-hand with the AWESOME comeback of 'Even Stepvhen' this week on The Colbert Report. :)


And now, your moment of Zen: Here's what happens when ASkars gets SLOSHED.

loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: Pretty pretty princess)
And by "croaky" I do mean my lazy ass.

1. The Emmy nominations came out yesterday.

Lots of extremely pleasant surprises! "True Blood" for best drama! Chris Colfer for "Glee"*! Mike O'Malley for "Glee"! Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler (aka THE TAYLORS BOW DOWN BITCHES) for "Friday Night Lights"! John Slattery for "Mad Men"! Christina Hendricks for "Mad Men"!

Also not-so-pleasant issues: January Jones was nominated for being useless on "Mad Men", "Community" didn't get a single nomination (and even I, from the little I saw, knew that there was Emmy-worthy material there), ASkars and Nelsan Ellis weren't nominated (despite the fact they are currently the undisputed MVPs of "True Blood").

And in a fantastic show of "FUCK YOU" to Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien's "Tonight Show" got four nominations, while his got none.

* - Colfer was nominated in the comedy category, which, YIKES. His role was one of the most dramatic supporting roles this season. He'll never win until he gets nominated in the category he should be in.


2. The Federal District Court of Massachusetts ruled DoMA to be unconstitutional.

And not a minute too soon, you guys. Not a minute too soon. Here's hoping Obama won't barter a Justice Department appeal for something.


3. Fun little article about this golden age of late night comedy and political satire.

It makes good points too. Someone has to be the sane polar of Fox News, after all. For me, it goes hand-in-hand with the AWESOME comeback of 'Even Stepvhen' this week on The Colbert Report. :)


And now, your moment of Zen: Here's what happens when ASkars gets SLOSHED.

loony_moony: (TBBT: Sheldon can kill you with his brai)
Oh, summer, I HATE YOU SO. I'm pretty sure it was cooler in HELL today, although hell also had/has Sam Winchester in it with his big veiny arms, so you know, possibly a scarier place.

ANYHOO, LINKS.

1. I'm pretty sure that by now, everyone and their Mean Girls-loving sister know that Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail, followed by 90 days in rehab, which is to say, EPIC ONTD POST IS EPIC. Come on, where else would you like to see these news commented on? Useless, drug-ridden starlets going to jail are ONTD's fucking HOME TURF. Literally.

2. The female staff of The Daily Show issues a counter statement to that Jezebel article calling Jon Stewart a sexist. Slate also has something to say about it, mainly a scathing something against Jezebel.

I have a couple of things in mind about this whole thing: a) Obviously Jezebel's argument was badly articulated, as it targeted the entire TDS staff instead of what it probably meant to target, which is the correspondent male/female ratio. b) The correspondent male/female ration is a bit worrying, particularly if the best they could come up with is Olivia Munn, who is c) an unfunny Samantha Bee wannabe, which is saddening since the material written for her was pretty awesome (on the second segment), and d) [livejournal.com profile] doubtful_salmon, you are not allowed to comment on this until you stop FROTHING AT THE MOUTH.

3. Ever since Zoe Keating's new CD debuted, I've been following her reactions to the buyers market, and today she linked on her twitter to a very well-worded article about the nature of copyright and the internet. The message was along the expected lines of "the machine is broken, but piracy is downright cruel to people who never belonged to it in the first place", which is what Zoe Keating is. I'm sad to hear there were so many torrents, even though it means she's popular.

4. Michio Kaku, an astrophysicist, came to The Colbert Report last night, and got even an incredibly ill Stephen Colbert excited. I mean, INVISIBILITY CLOAKS, YOU GUYS. :DDD
loony_moony: (TBBT: Sheldon can kill you with his brai)
Oh, summer, I HATE YOU SO. I'm pretty sure it was cooler in HELL today, although hell also had/has Sam Winchester in it with his big veiny arms, so you know, possibly a scarier place.

ANYHOO, LINKS.

1. I'm pretty sure that by now, everyone and their Mean Girls-loving sister know that Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail, followed by 90 days in rehab, which is to say, EPIC ONTD POST IS EPIC. Come on, where else would you like to see these news commented on? Useless, drug-ridden starlets going to jail are ONTD's fucking HOME TURF. Literally.

2. The female staff of The Daily Show issues a counter statement to that Jezebel article calling Jon Stewart a sexist. Slate also has something to say about it, mainly a scathing something against Jezebel.

I have a couple of things in mind about this whole thing: a) Obviously Jezebel's argument was badly articulated, as it targeted the entire TDS staff instead of what it probably meant to target, which is the correspondent male/female ratio. b) The correspondent male/female ration is a bit worrying, particularly if the best they could come up with is Olivia Munn, who is c) an unfunny Samantha Bee wannabe, which is saddening since the material written for her was pretty awesome (on the second segment), and d) [livejournal.com profile] doubtful_salmon, you are not allowed to comment on this until you stop FROTHING AT THE MOUTH.

3. Ever since Zoe Keating's new CD debuted, I've been following her reactions to the buyers market, and today she linked on her twitter to a very well-worded article about the nature of copyright and the internet. The message was along the expected lines of "the machine is broken, but piracy is downright cruel to people who never belonged to it in the first place", which is what Zoe Keating is. I'm sad to hear there were so many torrents, even though it means she's popular.

4. Michio Kaku, an astrophysicist, came to The Colbert Report last night, and got even an incredibly ill Stephen Colbert excited. I mean, INVISIBILITY CLOAKS, YOU GUYS. :DDD
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: AAAAAAOMG)
1. WHAT IS RPATTZ DOING ON "THE DAILY SHOW" TONIGHT? WHAT? HOW DOES HE DESERVE TO GO ON "THE DAILY SHOW"? I've been shouting about this EVERYWHERE today ever since I caught up with yesterday's show. WHY, JON STEWART. WHY?

...Okay, so maybe he's a little bit funny. It should be said, however, that Jimmy Fallon pretty much went through his entire funny quota for the YEAR in that segment. And yes, he is about to become a wax figure on Madame Tussauds which will repeatedly get molested by Twitards (and possibly they'll have to get security for it). But STILL. JON STEWART. RPATTZ. JON STEWART.

...AAAAAAAAAAARGH!

I'M BOTHERED, OKAY?

Bring me that Stephen Colbert/Johnny Weir interview I KNOW you're hiding, Comedy Central, to compensate for the FAIL.

ETA: No more Daily Show and Colbert Report on Hulu? FAAAAAAAAAIL FAAAAAAAAAAIL FAAAAAAAAAAAAAIL

2. Feeling like reading a Leno bash for coming back last night? Look no further! Complete with frothing and snarking.

3. IT'S TIME FOR YOU KNOW WHAT, PEOPLE!



MAY THE BEST SUPERNATURAL CHARACTER WIN!
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: AAAAAAOMG)
1. WHAT IS RPATTZ DOING ON "THE DAILY SHOW" TONIGHT? WHAT? HOW DOES HE DESERVE TO GO ON "THE DAILY SHOW"? I've been shouting about this EVERYWHERE today ever since I caught up with yesterday's show. WHY, JON STEWART. WHY?

...Okay, so maybe he's a little bit funny. It should be said, however, that Jimmy Fallon pretty much went through his entire funny quota for the YEAR in that segment. And yes, he is about to become a wax figure on Madame Tussauds which will repeatedly get molested by Twitards (and possibly they'll have to get security for it). But STILL. JON STEWART. RPATTZ. JON STEWART.

...AAAAAAAAAAARGH!

I'M BOTHERED, OKAY?

Bring me that Stephen Colbert/Johnny Weir interview I KNOW you're hiding, Comedy Central, to compensate for the FAIL.

ETA: No more Daily Show and Colbert Report on Hulu? FAAAAAAAAAIL FAAAAAAAAAAIL FAAAAAAAAAAAAAIL

2. Feeling like reading a Leno bash for coming back last night? Look no further! Complete with frothing and snarking.

3. IT'S TIME FOR YOU KNOW WHAT, PEOPLE!



MAY THE BEST SUPERNATURAL CHARACTER WIN!
loony_moony: (SPN: Jared says hai gurl haaaaai!)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY [livejournal.com profile] ignited!!! MAY YOU ALWAYS BE OUR LOVABLE, GROUCHY CYLON. *HEEEEAAAAAARTS*

Today, you shall have a collection of Moments of Zen:

MoZ 1: Dean and Castiel re-enact 'Telephone' (OH YOU KNOW THEY DID)

Courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] memphis86, SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE I FAN IN GRAND CENTRAL STATION.

MoZ 2: Johnny Weir and Stephen Colbert meet!

DEAR LORD TELL ME THERE'S A VIDEO. TOO MUCH AWESOME TO BE MERELY CAPTURED IN PHOTO.

MoZ 3: Stephen Colbert and Michael Bubbly (IT'S PRONOUNCED "BUBLÉ") singing "Oh Canada" to the tune of "Star Spangled Banner":



ETA: THIS JUST IN: JARED PADALECKI IS THE GIANTEST ACTOR IN THE WOOOOOORLD~

IT IS AN AWESOME DAY TO BE TIPSY IN FANDOM, Y'ALL!
loony_moony: (SPN: Jared says hai gurl haaaaai!)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY [livejournal.com profile] ignited!!! MAY YOU ALWAYS BE OUR LOVABLE, GROUCHY CYLON. *HEEEEAAAAAARTS*

Today, you shall have a collection of Moments of Zen:

MoZ 1: Dean and Castiel re-enact 'Telephone' (OH YOU KNOW THEY DID)

Courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] memphis86, SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE I FAN IN GRAND CENTRAL STATION.

MoZ 2: Johnny Weir and Stephen Colbert meet!

DEAR LORD TELL ME THERE'S A VIDEO. TOO MUCH AWESOME TO BE MERELY CAPTURED IN PHOTO.

MoZ 3: Stephen Colbert and Michael Bubbly (IT'S PRONOUNCED "BUBLÉ") singing "Oh Canada" to the tune of "Star Spangled Banner":



ETA: THIS JUST IN: JARED PADALECKI IS THE GIANTEST ACTOR IN THE WOOOOOORLD~

IT IS AN AWESOME DAY TO BE TIPSY IN FANDOM, Y'ALL!

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