I won't be posting again until Thursday in all likelihood so here's a last post:
The Dan Brown Saga Continues
Dan Brown is apparently "astounded" at the allegations against him. You can read it here.
Agent 007: "As a general rule, writers do. Agents don't."
I don't know if it's true, but Agent 007 believes writers tend to "do" more things in their lives or go through more things. Very interesting. I'm probably not doing it justice so you'd better go read for yourself.
I've never watched until last night.
I mean, I was familiar with the character vaguely, watching here and there, but never a whole episode. As it is, I liked last night's episode. I found it funny too in parts.
So far my aversion of The Sopranos came from the belief that he and his lifestyle are glorified in the show. Well, I was wrong. They're not. And he is portrayed as the a-hole he is. And boy, that sushi looked good.
After last week's excellent Xena as a Cylon reporter episode (where at any moment I thought she would start shouting her famous war/battle cry), the latest episode was even better. This show just keeps getting better.
Last week I also happened to watch a small part of Blade Runner again. Guess what, Commander Adama plays a role in there - did you know?
V for Vendetta
I really want to see that one. Natalie Portman looks so hot in that hair cut. I'll probably have to wait till I see it though. Annoying but unavoidable. So for all those about to see it - no spoilers!
A reminder: The Unbinding, the new serial novel by Walter Kirn starts today over at Slate.
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