Oh yeah! I'm having one of those days! I had no issues with my hair, makeup, clothes, anything all day long! It just lifts one's mood and makes you want to listen to loud music all night long! So right now, I'm listening to Glee music. Surprise. And I'm hoping and praying to every god, goddess an deity to give me another few days of great hair and face. Oh Freya, goddess of beauty, I plead you, grant me with beauty and perfection. I'll repay you somehow, I promise.
On a completely different note, I have a new favorite show. Bones. It's my passion. Since Tatum has let me start sniping her Netflix, I've been obsessively watching it. It's nuts!! I love everything about it! Especially agent Seeley Booth, played by David Boreanaz...who I want to make out with. I love him. I love his face. I love his voice. I love his body. I love him. There we go. It's decided. But back to the actual show, Bones, it's probably my favorite crime/mystery/murder drama of all time. I mean, I love Law & Order: SVU and I kind of like CSI and Castle's in a whole different category, but Bones is up at the top of the list. It's gruesome, but tasteful. It's suspenseful, but doesn't get too out of hand. It's not simple, but it's complex enough to make you think that the actors are actually doing the scientific research at the fictional "Jeffersonian" institute, a knock-off of the Smithsonian. To be honest, I actually thought that the Jeffersonian was a serious place. It's that impressive. I love Emily Deschenel's character, Temperence "Bones" Brennan, a world renowned forensic anthropologist who travels the world identifying unidentifiable bodies that have been decomposed to the skeleton. Even though I could never interact with Brennan without punching her in the face, I love her. Zach and Hodgins, two other "lab rats" or "squints" as Booth likes to call them, are close seconds on my list of Jeffersonian favorites. Oh lordy, I love that show.
Also! Bones uses the same locations and actors as so many other shows!! There's a hotel scene where they show the same roof-top pool as an episode of Entourage. The actor Frederic Lehne plays the part of a treasure hunter in Bones, but also portrayed Azazel a.k.a. the Yellow Eyed Demon in Supernatural. Also, there's a scene where Booth and Brennan approach a crime scene and it's the same location used in the first season of Supernatural, an episode called "Route 666" where there's this ghost powered truck that's hunting down black people in a small town in Mississippi...I think. And yeah. I totally remembered all that off the top of my head. That's how big of a geek I am.
So I just spent a solid amount of time in dear Ally and Kinsie's room, chillin', eatin' pizza and meeting Ally's boy Dan. He's nice. He watches SNL. There's no reason for me not to like him. He can stay. I've decided.
Goodnight my lovelies. Tuesday shall be a wondrous day of discovery and love. I promise you.