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Calendar Events / Announcements '04 I / MOVED: OT: Cute Joke
« on: January 18, 2004, 10:11:48 PM »
Removed -- sorry, David!

Calendar Events / Announcements '04 Post all your special events, announcements, notices of Web site updates, items for sale, personal messages, and well wishes - basically anything DS-related that isn't specific to the DS storylines

Calendar Events / Announcements '04 I / Best Wishes to Dean
« on: January 18, 2004, 07:55:54 AM »

Have a fantastic birthday, Dean!

Current Talk '04 I / Ep #527
« on: January 16, 2004, 07:25:58 PM »
Regarding that so-called "ancient" tree mentioned in the voiceover, after Trask tied Vicki to it in 1796 didn't Angelique burn it til it was a smoldering, charred stump? [hdscrt]

And who knew you could hypnotize somebody with a monocle?! [idontknow]

But as Nicholas said in between, "I find that the most interesting things in life are the most unexplainable." [wink2]

Current Talk '04 I / Ep #525
« on: January 14, 2004, 07:48:54 PM »
Just after Nicholas returns the painting to Vicki, he says, "Oh, Miss Winters" and she replies, "Yes?"  At that point in the MPI tape the screen turns a bright green, and I'm curious what happens in that spot on the DVD.

Roger to Nicholas:  "She's an odd girl, Vicki.  She's been acting very strangely lately."  LATELY?  And you shouldn't talk, Mr. Dover Beach.

I wouldn't know where to begin listing why I love Nicky Blair!  It's a pity there's no capture on the forum of the shadows he was casting over Angelique's portrait with his hands.  I was waiting for them to form a bunny. :D 

Today's L.A. Times (Business, p. 1) reports that the WB has lost some of its younger viewers, yet despite recent failures ("Tarzan", "Birds of Prey") the network will continue to gamble on high-concept shows.  The article is available online, but registration (which is free) is required:

Young Viewers Slipping Away From WB Network:  Viewership is down 18% among 12- to 34-year-olds this season, but co-CEO is not discouraged.

Current Talk '04 I / Ep #524
« on: January 13, 2004, 06:17:57 PM »
Submitted for your approval-- this episode as best illustration of the horror that is Jeff Clark.

My pick for best line (delivered by the AWESOME Joel Crothers):  "I'm already dead."

In New England, do girls wear heavy long-sleeved dresses in June?

Current Talk '04 I / Ep #523
« on: January 12, 2004, 06:08:38 PM »
See Robservations 6/17/02 - #523/524 - Jeff, Peter, Peter, Jeff or MPI Vol. 59, ep #1 or DVD set #8, disc #4

What's the logic behind having Nicholas cringe before the cross? [hdscrt]  But I think it's highly amusing that the devil's emissary would claim to be a lawyer.  It made sense in terms of ingratiating himself with Tony Trask, but funny as hell nonetheless.

Great line by Nicholas:  "You were a blind, overzealous fanatic-- a bigot and a fraud; intolerant, cruel and unjust... a man afer my own heart."

Does anyone remember who else lived in apt. #24?  There may be more than one answer, btw.  (This was once a Kosmo kwestion on the SciFi boards, but I'm not sure that I can even remember all the answers.)

I've said it before, but I think Jerry Lacy is kinda hot.

Calendar Events / Announcements '04 I / Happy 18th, Lindsey!
« on: January 04, 2004, 07:01:39 PM »
Hope your birthday is magical and memorable and fun!


(full article below)

Grean co-wrote and recorded "Quentin's Theme" as the Charles Randolph Grean Sounde.

From:  Metropolis ..... Passing Through

Last month, 6,139 men and women from about 100 countries took the oath of citizenship at the Los Angeles County Fairplex in Pomona. The emotional celebration included a salute to the flag, a videotaped greeting from President Bush and a video of singer Lee Greenwood performing "God Bless the U.S.A." Some of the participants discussed their American dreams.  --MICHAEL T. JARVIS

Barbara Steele
59, Actress/Producer
Beverly Hills

Country of origin/time in U.S.
Great Britain/25 years.
How did you come to America?
I had a contract with 20th Century Fox. It was a
much more innocent world then.
What surprised you about America?
The strong identification that Americans have with
the flag, which Europeans do not have at all.
What American do you most admire?
Billie Holiday and Martin Luther King Jr. They
spoke from the soul.
What would improve America?
We could lose TV for a year. We could be less ce-
lebrity-driven and quit portraying material inter-
pretations as the answer to life.
What character traits are typically American?
It's interesting how emotional Americans are
about being American. My friends at the ceremony
were weeping away.
What English custom would you import here?
The corner store with the butcher, the baker and
candlestick maker. I also miss those country pubs
with the big fires where you could go read a book
and have a sausage on a stick with all these lovely
multigenerational people.


Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Happy Birthday to CD_Tate
« on: December 09, 2003, 08:32:42 AM »
CD_Tate is having a birthday

Hope it's fantastic!

To VictoriaWintersFan

Happy 17th!

Kate Jackson will be a first-time guest at the Hollywood Collectors & Celebrities Show on January 17 & 18, 2004.

Current Talk '03 II / Playing dress up
« on: November 14, 2003, 06:09:19 PM »
Re: the 1st photo in today's episode montage (Daphne is holding the wedding dress), she asks, "Where have I seen this before?  Why can't I remember?"

First, let me say that finding details on the series that you hadn't noticed before is always a pleasure.  That having been said, this may answer her question,at least for us...

The costume ball in House of DS
PT Maggie

Could the rumor that KJ was replacing KLS on the show in every way be true? [wink2]

Calendar Events / Announcements '03 II / Happy Birthday LAFB
« on: November 08, 2003, 05:39:16 PM »

Happy 18th

to LoveAtFirstBITE!  [bow]