Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Idly thought:

It's too bad that, in my experience, by the time my friends and I get home from trips and have cause to say "Home again, home again, jiggety jig," we're usually too exhausted to do a jiggety jig.

Seems like an unnecessary demand on our, um, jiggety-ness*.

In other news, I've finally started watching Farscape. Like with Battlestar Galactica, I managed to seriously watch the very end of the show (the last 10 episodes of BSG, the miniseries Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars) and liked enough of what I saw to want to begin at the beginning. Methinks I'm going to like this; course, I've thought this ever since I heard Farscape fan greygirlbeast say the show was "great, like Star Trek for Goths." It looks clever, smart-mouthed ("How do you say 'We're screwed' in your native tongue?") and sexy. I'll do my best to watch Farscape intently. Helps that Claudia Black is one of the most gorgeous women on TV. (She fits one of my types like YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE. Whoa. For those who don't know who I'm talking about, that's her in the upper left photo on this page.)

* This is NOT TO BE CONFUSED with jigginess (as delineated by Will Smith) or Giggity-ness (as shown by Quagmire: "Giggity giggity giggity!").

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