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Woohoo! Thursday is the mother lode of TV viewing pleasure for me. Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, Project Runway, Models of the Runway, America's Dance-off Showdown and 30 Rock. Seriously, what's not to love about a lineup like that!? Dude, if RuPaul's Drag Race and RuPaul's Drag Race Untucked moved to Thursdays, I think I'd probably explode.

I've been seeing varying amounts of Supernatural puppy-wigglin' on my friends list, but I'm resisting reading spoilers...I haven't even read a synopsis! I shall be completely unspoiled. It seems to be major, but again, I have no idea and don't want to know. All I know is that I'd better not be disappointed! ::shakes fist::

Last week's Soopernatchul was interesting...not quite sure it was epic in scale and there were some loose threads here and there but overall, given a some of the snoozers we've seen this season, not too bad. A few too many exploding heads though; I kind of got the point around the fiftieth splattered noggin, so COOL IT WITH THE EXPLODING HEADS, SHOW. Also! The episode looked different, more...colorful. And no, I don't mean the exploding heads. If I'd gotten a new TV I might think that was the reason. It didn't seem as flat, color-wise. Not as dusty. It could just be me, or apparently, the crack.

Vampire Diaries...HAHAHAHAHA!!! Bonnie better be back this week. I could seriously use less Elena and by extension, oh my GOD, shut up about Katherine already; I could use waaaaay less, like no love triangle. Honestly, Elena seems bound and determined to humanize Damon when he's shown repeatedly that he's pretty much left his humanity in the dust. Focus on your sweet, sensitive vampire boyfriend, girlie, and stop trying to fix his brother's broken psyche.

And honestly, how many people does Damon have to kill before Elena stops being surprised and horrified (yet again) to discover that *gasp!* he hasn't changed his ways after all! This is what makes me not sympathetic when stoopid people get themselves snacked on.

In other news, I'm drinking Arizona Grapeade that is nowhere near as tasty as grape Fruit2O. Mmmm, grapes...

And!

1) Anna Paquin announced her bisexuality to the world today. Okay. And! Ricky Martin confirmed his gay status (not that anyone was surprised by that I'm sure) a couple of days ago. Hooray for all! People should be happy. And they should be happy with the people who make them happy. :-)

2) Oh Google Topeka, you continue to be the ideal toward which I strive. I lurve you long time. ::kiss::
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If you haven't checked out the Google doodle honoring Sir Isaac Newton's birthday, you should. This is definitely one of their best! I glanced away at a crucial moment the first time I loaded it up, so keep that in mind. :-) As an avid fan of Google's doodles, I was pretty geeked out when I saw it.

And! Man, I leave for a few months (hahahahahaha, eighteen maybe, but who's counting), and Rupert Grint goes and gets himself all growed up. The best part? Even though my handbasket's all polished up and ready for the inevitable road trip to hell, I won't need it. I don't have to feel like a perv anymore! He's 21...whee!!! He has two indie movies set for 2010 release, Cherrybomb and Wild Target. While I'm very much anticipating both, I can't wait to see him in Cherrybomb. What a puuuuuuuuuurty young man he is. Hey, I'm not made of stone, people. Said one reviewer of Ron Weasley: "[he] has become a muscular, appealing man child, who is catnip to the ladies." purrrrrrrrr.
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Just to restate: I friggin' love Google. I want to marry it and have its babies and...yes. I love Google.

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