It's The Crazy Ones, in which she plays Robin Williams' daughter. They run an ad agency that he started, and the chemistry is pretty believable. She shushes others when they laugh at Williams' riffing, because that just encourages him.
Okay, the first episode comes off as a huge plug for McDonald's, and there's an utter lack of kicking and punching and staking people so far, but I think it has some possibilities.
(I also enjoyed Whedon's new show, and it's NOT on Fox!)
At a music event tonight, I saw a woman energetically dancing.
And I was reminded ... I couldn't remember the name of the character ... So I got out my phone and Googled "denisov watcher" ...
Yup, she was dancing just like Wesley Windam Pryce!
(I figured I could post it here 'cuz you'd know what I was talking about, and she probably will never see it.)
I was watching the Angel Season One show with Faith, where she's torturing Wesley. She mentions five classes of torture, and they don't include waterboarding.
'Loud and clear.' Literally, it means 'loud and clear.' It's from radio -- shortwave and ham radio. The first number means the volume the person hears, and the second number rates the clarity. It's on a scale from one to five, so 'two by four' would mean you're not coming through very loudly, but at least you're mostly understandable.
... and while "Hush" remains a great episode, it's now kinda weird to see how it obviously comes from a pre-Twitter world.
I didn't know this until yesterday or so, but there a new BtVS comic book series out, written by Joss Whedon. I bought issues 1 and 2 today, and they're miles better than the last BtVS comics I sampled.
My main frustration is that each issue feels like maybe one act of a one-hour show. So it's two more issues before I even have an episode's worth of opinions on it. They're not even through introducing the heroes.
Oh, and Dawn is fifty feet tall.
(For those of you who forgot you even watched this LJ community: Boo!)