EDIT:: Greenberg got a pretty dern good review. I wants to watch, please! Read reviews.
"I never knew who Ben Stiller was born to play, but now I do." --Roger Ebert
We all know I'll always love dogs more, but this guy right here is really tipping the scales. Also, there was one kind of cat Johnny and I found and I can't remember the name of it. Blurg. But, in all his glory, Shironeko!
Click on this link to see more, but these are the ones I like best. I was only going to put one up, but I couldn't decide so I narrowed it down to two. Why is his head so out of proportion in this shot? I don't know the answer, but I'm glad it is. (As always, click on them to see the full fantastical-ness).
Also of note, I got free Chipotle yesterday! They're opening a location at Victoria Gardens and last night was a test run for the staff before the Grande -- yes, grande -- Opening on Friday. Yum. The cheese and sour cream guy at the end of the assembly line definitely skimped on the goods, though.
ALSO also, I've actually been keeping up with Lost. Thoughts on the last and final season so far? Right now, as far as tv goes, I'd rank the best shows as follows (not ranked by overall but this season specifically; because I love you forever, Office, but you're slackin'):
1. Modern Family!!!! I love any arc with the dad Phil Dunphy, or the cutest couple Mitch and Cam (mostly Cam).
2. 30 Rock. Tina Fey is my role model. (After George Costanza. I should be fat.)
3. The Office. Andy and Erin are keeping this season alive.
4. Community. I'm liking this show a lot more, especially from when it first started, but it's still a little bit fumble-y at times.
5. and then Lost for when I don't have anything to watch in the beginning of the week :)
As promised, the playlist from this week that wasn't loading properly on Tuesday. For those windows-down-on-the-freeway-70-degree-and-still-sunny-at-7pm drives.
Or, if you're feeling a little lost-- and you like it.
Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle ~ Sir James Barrie, "Peter Pan"
"Even if we're wised-up, grown up, and made a little (or a lot) cynical by life, don't we all want our heads resting on a lap?" - RE: Love Is All's new album