So, I totally woke up at 5:45 this morning. Not cool… not cool at all 😦

At 7:30, I dragged myself upstairs and played with the dogs for a bit. My parents went out on a breakfast date, so I made myself an egg sandwich and then watched some Glee (“Special Education”… I figure I should re-watch Sectionals before we get to Regionals, eh?).

After Glee, I went to my room to try and fix my auto insurance policy information on the Interweb. Success.

When my parents got home, my mom and I played some Wii sports and billiards. I beat her again, as my learning curve is excellent.

I finished watching the second act of A Very Potter Musical. It was totally fitting because that part is (loosely) based on the end of the 7th book… and that’s the real HP movie that totally comes out this summer πŸ™‚ I cannot freakin’ wait to see HP 7 Part II, though at the same time I will be beyond sad when the series is over 😦 I love all things HP… the books, the movies… my sister and I keep talking about going to Florida to the HP theme park. That’ll be the day πŸ™‚

During lunch, I started rewatching Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. I friggin’ LOVE this movie. This is my absolutely favorite scene from the film – I laugh out loud during the whole juggling/gravity bit. Every time. EVERY. TIME.

Gary Oldman and Tim Roth are so great in this movie… and the dialogue is amazing. Well, that’s because it’s written by Tom Stoppard based off of his play of the same name. And Tom Stoppard is a genius (see also: Shakespeare in Love and The Coast of Utopia, and a bajillion other works).

I worked this evening from 4:00-9:15. I met my goal after a few hours, so they switched me to a different area to help straighten up. So, even though I was stuck with people I don’t know in a place I was not familiar with in the slightest, at least there was loud teeny bopperish music (Jason Derulo, Taylor Swift, etc…). So, that kept me alert and awake.

Now I am super tired as I am typing this. But I have 20-some minutes left until SNL is on… and it’s a new episode. Zach Galifianakis is back to host. He did pretty awesome the first time around, so hopefully this time will be just as great.

I need to remember to move my clocks forward. Daylight Savings time (or whatever the hell “Spring Forward” is really called) is the worst.

Well, I should get going… gonna grab a snack before the show starts. I only had a granola bar for dinner, so my stomach is growling some ungodly sounds.

Have a good one πŸ™‚

Well, I got a swell dream about Jon Hamm being crossed off the Glist by Quinn and Santana… and then Jon Hamm waiting for me outside of the Litchfield locker room after he asked me if I wanted to go to his office and talk about the Glist incident…

Too bad I woke up right before I got out of the locker room…

So, first off, I didn’t get any school work done today. I had a massive headache, plus I had Moose sitting on my bed next to me while I was supposed to be working and it was easier to pet her and watch the latest “Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis” than actually get any work done…

I’m horrible, I know. But I will get some work done tomorrow, for serious yo!

This morning I drove to Minneapolis to pick up Molly J and we went back to my house. I showed her the photo albums/scrapbooks that my mom made for me (awwww, pictures). Then we went and picked up some cookies and pizzas for lunch. We watched the pilot episode of Glee

Pilot – So, remember when this aired right after American Idol last May? I do… I remember seeing the commercial for it and knowing that this was going to be one of my favorite shows of all time. Sure, everyone was hooked on the Glee version of “Don’t Stop Believing,” but I was just happy to see a successful combination of comedy, drama and showtunes/musical theater-esque singing on television. I was never in a glee club (I was in choir in high school, but never anything close to a glee club), but they sure look like loads of fun. The pilot is great because it introduces Mr. Schue, Rachel, Finn and Sue brilliantly πŸ™‚

After Glee, we went downstairs to work on school stuff. Molly J got school stuff accomplished, but I totally just read for awhile and watched some viral videos while petting a sleeping Moose. Then we went back upstairs and watched Episode 2 of Glee: Showmance

Showmance – Another great episode… it’s the first appearance of Brittany, there are some great music numbers (“Golddigger”, “Push It”, “Take a Bow”), as well as one of my favorite Finn/Rachel scenes… I think it’s hilarious when she’s helping him try and reach some of the higher notes and he’s all like “That was good.” (Of course I can’t find the clip anywhere… geez). My biggest beef with this episode is that during “Take a Bow,” Rachel sings into her hairbrush, but she sings into the long, thin part of it instead of the head of the brush. Who does that?

After Glee, we talked with my mom for awhile, then went to dinner at Applebees. I laughed because the last time I was at Applebees was when I was in Athens, OH. What a horrible time that was πŸ˜‰

Then I drove Molly J back to her house while we listened to Glee (I listen to Glee music everyday… yep, I’m a dork).

Though, on the drive back home, I put on my Spring Awakening soundtrack. I friggin’ LOVE that show! I’m so glad I got to see it on Broadway with the original cast!!

Anyways… it’s time for sleep. (And perhaps another dream about Jon Hamm? That’d be swell…)

But, remember how much I loved the Emmys opener? Here’s a video on Entertainment Tonight’s website that shows how they went about creating it! Jimmy Fallon is awesome, and the people in the opener were awesome for taking the two days to learn the dance routine and lay down the audio… I will be watching that opener for years to come!

Have a good one πŸ™‚

So, the truck full of furniture didn’t come today… there was storms last night which delayed the truck’s arrival. Truck-o-furniture will be delivered tomorrow. So, that should be exciting.

This morning while my parents were at a breakfast date is when I fielded the call from the truck guy about the delivery for tomorrow. I also watched the second episode of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. I really liked the episode, which kinda upsets me for personal reasons.

But, overlooking my wish to hate this show, there was this really great moment between Matthew Perry and Sarah Paulson’s characters (these characters recently broke up, btw):

Harriet: I got a laugh at the table read when I asked for the butter in the dinner sketch. I didn’t get it at the dress. What did I do wrong?
Matt: You asked for the laugh.
Harriet: What did I do at the table read?
Matt: You asked for the butter.

Now, I’m not a huge fan of Matthew Perry on a whole, but his delivery of the line “You asked for the butter.” was pretty much one of the more brilliant line-deliveries I can remember from episodic television because he just kind of threw it away. The scene is in this clip around 2:30… I tried to find this scene on youtube (I didn’t look very long, so I’m sure it is there) because I think other people should see it. I can’t get over how great that moment was.

The rest of the day was dedicated to Yahtzee, ping-pong (I lost every game) and watching four more episodes of Dexter. Season Three is super interesting… Michael C. Hall is brilliant as always, but the character of Dexter is really evolving. I can’t wait to finish this season and move on to Season Four!!!!

This is going to be a super short entry because Saturday Night Live starts up in a few minutes… it’s the rerun of the Zach Galifianakis episode!!!! Sooooo good!

Have a great rest of the weekend!

(seriously, i will link out to stuff at some point soon. I promise!)

Okay, so I just saw the I’m Still Here trailer – you know the documentary that Casey Affleck directed about Joaquin Phoenix…

This SCREAMS spoof (sorry Joaquin, I love you and your work – you are a phenomenal actor) and I think that Zach Galifianakis would be the best person to do so.

Check it out…