“Battlestar Galactica” went bye-bye.
Self was sooo depressed.
It took her a long time to find another show that she waited for every week. But she found it with “Justified.” Now, it’s a looong wait for Season 2!
In the meantime, self finds herself watching “The Good Wife.” Self loves, just loves Julianna Margulies! And she loves to hate Mr. Big — oops, she means, that no-good two-timing husband of The Good Wife! She missed a lot of episodes because it was on at exactly the same time as “Justified.” But, “Justified” Season 1 ended weeks ago, so lately self has been giving “The Good Wife” her un-divided attention.
That is, until next week, when “Warehouse 13”, Season 2, airs! (Why is everything on Tuesday nights?) Producers have already earned self’s undying gratitude by re-teaming (from “Firefly”) Sean Maher and Jewel Staite. Only now, the situation is reversed, and Sean’s character is in love with Jewel’s character. Or something to that effect. Just watch Episode 2 of Season 2, dear blog readers. (Of course, self understands that unless dear blog readers have either: a. watched the movie “Serenity” or b. seen episodes of “Firefly” they will have no idea what self is going on about!)
On side note: Now that Stephanie Zacharek is no longer on Salon.com, self finds herself reading more of Heather Havrilesky, the Salon.com TV critic. And — holy cow! — this woman is good!
In fact, self used to read Heather Havrilesky, then about a year ago she got side-tracked by Stephanie. And she just had no time to read two Salon.com critics regularly — Self just doesn’t know how anyone can live a regular life (i.e., read eminently worthy sites like Salon.com, watch TV, and so forth) and write a book! It’s just crazy-making! Unless, of course, one were like Jorge Luis Borges, who lived with his Mom his entire life and declined to start a family (He must have known he was destined for “greather things” — BWAH HA HAAA!)
Anyhoo, to go back to the Stephanie Zacharek/ Heather Havrilesky thing: self is now back to reading Heather Havrilesky. And she’s realized that she should never have stopped reading Heather Havrilesky.
Don’t believe self? Here’s Heather on F/X’s new comedy, “Louie” (whose launch was kinda hard to miss, since the previews aired during “Justified” — HA HA HA!):
It takes a long, long time to grow up. Just when you start to sort things out and make some progress toward maturity, inevitably someone wanders up and offers you a jello shot or a sexy control freak of a boyfriend or a couch to nap on, and before you know it you’re back at square one.
Which feels, at least to self, absolutely true.
Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.