Friday, October 20, 2017
Pink was the musical guest on SNL last weekend and about a minute into the title track of her new album Beautiful Trauma, I bought the entire album. That's how good the song was. Normally I'd peruse the rest of the songs before purchasing, but this was too good not to own immediately.
Not too long ago, Keith and I were watching the hilarious film Sleeping with Other People (which, if you haven't seen it, please rectify that immediately) and noticed this force of nature who stole every scene she was in named Andrea Savage. I mean, there's a scene at the end during the credits where they basically just let Andrea and Jason Mantzoukas riff for about ten minutes that was pure comedy gold. We were dying of laughter and must have watched it several times just to try and catch all their rapid fire jokes.
Wanting to know more about her, I started following Andrea on Twitter and started seeing all these mentions about a TV show called I'm Sorry. I had no idea what that was (since it's on TruTV and that's not typically on my radar), but people seemed to love it, so I decided to check it out. INSTANTLY I was hooked. Like, I couldn't love a show more.
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I love how dramatic this picture looks with the rain.
Thursday, October 19, 2017
As a huge fan of Flight of the Conchords, finally getting to meet Rhys Darby (who plays Murray) was a huge thrill! Eternal gratitude going out to my awesome and patient husband who went with me on the adventure (and found us the most prime parking spots in all of LA).
I've actually been dying to meet Rhys for the longest time, as I'd met the other cast members from the show long ago. Rhys was the only one who eluded me, but finally I had my chance!
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Last night we had the good fortune of attending the 100th episode celebration for The Goldbergs held at the Paley Center. As you know, it's one of our favorite shows, so we were super excited to attend.
Lea Thompson directed the 100th episode, so she joined the conversation, as well.
How great is Wendi McClendon-Covey on The Goldbergs? Well, really, how great is she in everything? This gifted, hysterical comedic actress never ceases to crack me up.
Yesterday I came home to find this little cutie running around our front porch area. If you look really closely, you'll see Mr. Squirrel.
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