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Comments have been fixed…kind of.

I know y’all are used to the pop-up window comment box…but Blogger is experiencing some kind of “comment bug” right now and the antidote is putting a “2” after the “www” in the comment address bar…something that can’t be done with the pop-up window.

If all that sounds confusing…ignore it and just…

DANCE WITH JOY!

By the way…I have a couple of issues with last night’s Grey’s.

First…what on EARTH did Chief Webber EVER see in Meredith’s mom? She’s the meanest, most twisted person I’ve ever seen. I don’t get it…at all. I think he really did make the best decision by staying with Adelle.

Second…does anyone else have a problem with Izzy giving away all her $8 million for that clinic…especially to Bailey? I can’t believe Bailey accepted it after she had told Izzy that she needed to deposit the money and NOT use it to get personally involved with patients.

But Izzy said she would ALWAYS get personally involved…and then she walked out on the first and only patient the clinic saw.

Weird.

Plus…did it really take ALL $8 million for that little clinic? And what was with it being built in 8 days? How convenient….pffthhh. If they were going to “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” the whole process…they could have at LEAST given us a little Ty or Pauly (I have more than a little crush on Paul Dimeo…too bad he’s married).

I also HATED how “Callie O’Malley” (giggle) was back to irritating the ever-lovin’ crud out of me. I was just starting to like her…then she WALKS AWAY FROM HER NEW HUSBAND WHO HAS BEEN POISONED BY TOXIC BLOOD?!?!?!?!

I wanted to drop-kick her in the face.

Stomps foot in irritation of cheap shots Grey’s writers took with this episode

(I did love how Christina accepted Burke’s proposal…and I loved how yummy Karev was looking last night.)

And I can’t put this post up with the mention of one, tremendous event in all our lives…

Dwight Schrute in a bra.

Life is a good.

P.S. Do you use Tide detergent?

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33 Responses to “Comment to Your Heart’s Content”

  1. leejolem Says:

    I am so relieved!!! I was missing my monkbot sistahs. I didn’t watch Grey’s last night, but I did watch The Office. My husband watched it w/me. I don’t think he thought it was that funny, but he was laughing at me laughing at the show. It is truly the funniest show on TV. The Ben Franklin stripper thing was hysterical.

  2. nolagirl Says:

    Shelley – You forgot to mention Addison freaking having sex with Sloan!! What the??? I didn’t need to see that. (I did like how she was giving Karev “those eyes” earlier in the episode though)

    For the first time ever, I actually felt bad for Meredith. When her mom was yelling at her. Ouch. I can’t imagine living a life like that, and feel blessed that my parents are Super Supporters.

    And I stand corrected about Callie and George! I totally thought she’d say no. Vegas??? Oy. This should be interesting.

    How much did y’all go Oh my God when the phone in the OR rang and they panned over to all the doctors and nurses on the ground. Holy $*%@ is what I kept saying!

  3. bamaborntxbred Says:

    Lee loves The Office! Lee loves The Office!! Yay!

    “Didn’t Ben Franklin have Syphillis?” asks Pam. “Yeah, but I don’t” Slow lean into Pam “My name is Gordon.”

    Ha! I loved that! The look on Pam’s face was priceless!

    Okay, Grey’s:

    I can’t even speak the name of the Vegas Wife. Ewwww! What is it about her and Merry that they always have to be such whiney-asses? (Although I totally felt for Merry last night. Her Mom was harsh!!) VW’s all like, “Your friends are weird and judgey….waaah! I’m a giant hairy baby that can’t stand up for myself! Waaah!”

    Bailey: I totally agree with you Shell, about her hypocrisy over taking Izzie’s money.

    Izzie: I think she is still completely not done grieving for Denny. She hoped that doing something good with his money would somehow heal her heart…but I think she’s learning that it won’t fill that void. So sad.

    I really want Addison and Karev to hook up. That would be cool.

    Christina and Burke were adorable when he picked her up and swung her around! So cute!

  4. Shrewspeaks Says:

    First of all…say yeah to Bollywood!

    I am going to ask a provocative question…has Grey’s Jumped the shark

    Ben Franklin hitting on PAM the best! “You are a saucy one” bwaaahaaa

  5. Dr. Bob Says:

    I can’t comment on Grey’s, but I looooove Bollywood movies. I aspire to be singing on a mountainside with a whole group of color coordinated back-up singers.

  6. jenfera Says:

    The Office made me laugh out loud soooo many times last night!

    Michael: “Well, you weren’t President, but Ben Franklin was.”

    Interesting development with the Jim/Pam/Karen situation. It will be interesting to see how Jim reacts if Pam does get set up with someone.

  7. leejolem Says:

    The scene where Pam is talking to Karen was so well done. The writing and acting were spot on. How awkward!!! Jim is such a cutie, and nothing against Karen, but Pam and he are meant to be together–I can feel it in my bones. My favorite Steve C. moment-when he asks Ben Franklin, while in the elevator, if he’s wearing a thong. Bwahahahaha.

  8. leejolem Says:

    p.s. the scene by the vending machines w/karen and pam

  9. nolagirl Says:

    Shrew – What makes you ask that question? I am curious.

    Yeah, I think that was the most emotion we’ve seen from Burke and Cristina, the two most stoic people EVAH.

  10. Shrewspeaks Says:

    Nola – I am asking cause weddings and babies usually signal the jumping…seems last night show was a bit gratuitous on pivital plot points forcing story arcs that seemed improbable (except Christina and Burke)

    So I was asking…Jumped or no?

    PS- I am such a Tide user.

    PPS- “Ben Franklin is kinda skuzzy” Michael Scott bwaaahaaahaa

  11. Dr. Bob Says:

    I use Gain — consumer reports said it was the best — and best value. I am a total researching geek. It is actually sad.

  12. nolagirl Says:

    Gotcha, Shrew. I have to admit I was surprised at how many big gasps I let out last night … all in one episode. So I guess that’s a good indicator!

    However, it seems that what they previewed for next week might be pretty “pivotal” as well?

  13. bamaborntxbred Says:

    Shrew- I had the exact same thought as I was drifting off to sleep…

    However, I don’t think it’s JTS yet. I hope the George/Callie thing will boil over and she’ll leave Seattle Grace forever!

    Christina and Burke won’t work out either.

    I honestly think that some shows are just gratuitous. You know…throw the viewers some romance/sex/drama bones. To me, the very worst thing they did in the show last night was making the free clinic go up in 8 days. That was stoopid.

    I’m very excited about the next 3 episodes!

  14. double d Says:

    Shrew — how cosmically odd that you mention Jump the Shark today as I just “found” that yesterday. I used it in context of AI as I feel that they have definitely JTS. (although they continue to register record viewership, I’m predicting a decline this season.)

    Oh, and lastly….

    TIDE (with Bleach) RULZ!

  15. Squeebee Says:

    Grey’s was interesting to say the least last night. The whole toxic blood/ebola-like virus thing has been done WAY too many times on these hospital dramas. It kinda made me roll my eyes.

    Bama, I am with you on the VW thing. I was starting to like her a little, but was snapped back to reality by her whiny lack of self esteem.

    Shrew….I don’t think GA has JTS, all the shows are going a little overboard because it’s February Sweeps. Whenever this kind of crazy plot-line comes along on one of my favorite shows, I look at the calendar, and it is inevitably either November, February, or May.

  16. bamaborntxbred Says:

    Great point Squee!!

  17. HicksChick4Soul Says:

    OH NO OH NO!!!! I didn’t watch Grey or The office…..*feels shamed*….but I’m pretty sure that I use Tide…or something from the dollar store…

    P.S. Chris Sligh left a comment on my myspace :)!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. nolagirl Says:

    Good call on Sweeps, Squee. Why didn’t I think of that?!

    P.S. Good to see you posting my dear!

  19. ridearoundsally Says:

    Whats with this programme “Ugly Betty”…I cant decide if I like it or not..sorry..totally off topic as usual..and yes I do use Tide..”mountain breeze”!!

  20. leejolemurfavmom Says:

    HC4S, I see you’re trying to get in on the ground floor of the Fro Patro rollercoaster!!! I hope you’ve started making dinner for me. lol

  21. Texan Says:

    ::sigh:: allergic to Tide…I could so understand his fear!

  22. double d Says:

    hc4s – invite Chris over to The Monkbot.

    heh.

  23. HicksChick4Soul Says:

    I’ll work on that lol……..

  24. LIBBY Says:

    I was surprised by George and Callie’s elopement. I thought she would turn him down — b/c it was too soon after his father’s death. She was not very likeable last night.

    I still think something will happen with Burke and Christina’s engagement. But who knows…

    Ellis Gray was downright cruel to Meredith. I have a friend who turned the show off when Ellis was flailing at Meredith. How sad — that mother missed out on a lot of happiness in life, that is certain.

    Hope all is well. Very sad today — not going to see John Mayer after all on 2/8 — work conflict has come up. I have had these tickets for months. shoot.

    Well,I still have my TH tickets and tickets to see Billy Joel in the coming weeks–I will just have to be happy with that.

  25. Dr. Bob Says:

    HC4S,

    Tell Chris to come on over — we can give him valuable tips. We can be his advisors. Because we have lots of opinions.

    Good to see everyone

    (Squee — Hi!)

  26. leejolem Says:

    I just watched the Bollywood dance of joy video. It made me think of the dance at the end of 40 Year Old Virgin to “Let the Sun Shine”. When I was in 8th grade I was in a singing/dancing talent act of 6 girls, and I performed a routine at our junior high talent show to “Let the Sun Shine”. Soooooo glad my mom didn’t have a video camera. I work a hot pink leotard w/black tights and swirled around a hot pink silky scarf. It was hawt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  27. Dr. Bob Says:

    Lee

    Very hawt. Alas, I was not.

    Imagine junior high. I am in gym clothes doing some weird interpretive dance to “I Am Woman”. The teacher made us. If pictures of that ever got out, I would really be scarred for life.

  28. jenfera Says:

    My sister just sent me this video and I had to share with you all. This is some serious dancing for joy!
    The Peanuts Hey Ya

  29. leejolem Says:

    dr bob, our song was also, unfortunately, picked by our choir teacher. It was 1978 and we were certainly not into a song from Hair. Interpretive dance of I Am Woman–that has me giggling. “I am woman, hear me roar”–the possibilities are endless. Do adults have any idea how easily a junior high student is scarred for life?

  30. Rowan Says:

    Aww to being scarred by PT teachers. Ours never let us do things like interpretive dance – it would hve meant them actually doing some physical actitivty themselves. Our village was situated at the bottom of a mountain, and PT in the Winter involved running up the aforesaid mountain, feeling the ice-crystals in the air re-forming in my lungs, the oxygen receding, having visions of losing my way, tripping up, and slowly morphing into one of those sad little ice mummies unearthed with voyeuristic glee on cable “living archaeology” type shows.

    The pt teacher had a straight from the showroom shiny sporty-country-green Land Rover 4×4, which she shouted instructions and threats from, as the wheels churned up contemptuous gobbets of muddy turf, which made contact with our foreheads and already beleagured lung-region. I’m sure I saw the glint of a flask of tea in there, as she sped off down the rutty track back to the warmth of the staffroom, leaving us to splutter our way back in time for the next class. Or not, as the case may have been.

    As for dancing, I was incomprehensibly chosen to be “First Dancing Girl” in the village drama club’s production of Aladdin. Such things were always well-attended, as there was nothing else to do. Could feel the energy from the audience, out there in the dark, feeling all lit up and uncomfortable in my short silk slip dress, hauling it down in between routines, hoping it would not split when I raised my arms, and that my feet, which were down there somewhere, were carrying out their orders – that there really was such a thing as spinal column memory, as my brain had ceased to contribute anything useful. Man, I was terrified. Knew at that point that the stage was not my home, and whenever I laid my little conical straw hat in the dressing room, it was with utter relief, and I was offsky.

    The show got a great write-up in the local paper, though there was that sentence about the dancing being charming, except for one damsel looking a bit like a rabbit frozen in the headlights….

  31. leejolem Says:

    Rowan, PE (physical education) teachers always looked at me with a mix of pity and despair. I was hopeless, and had experiences like getting stuck 7 feet in the air on the uneven parallel bars, and getting nauseous on the trampoline and having to lay down. Running track was freezing and I was wheezing (had asthma and didn’t know it), but at least no “gobbets” of mud. I lerve that word–I’m going to use “gobbets” in conversation tomorrow!

  32. Rowan Says:

    Leejolem – yay – a big solidarity whoo hoo to you, as a fellow PE Suffragette. I was hopeless too – so bad that the teacher suspected my lack of co-ordination and aparatus angst must be in some way deliberate – that the quaking creature getting dizzy at the thought of jumping over the horse was some sort of aparatus anarchist. The fear was genuine and legit – I’d actually knocked myself out the only time I ever managed the vault, by forgetting to lift my arms off the thing hitting my chin on the floor on the other side. Hey – maybe we are all angsty aparatus anarchists as well as clown haters!

  33. leejolem Says:

    Rowan, sign me up for the angsty apparatus anarchists club. To this day if I see a pommel horse I get sick to my stomach. I was a wee lass back then of only 125 lbs, and I still had no concept of how to vault my body through the air and over the horse. And who needs this skill anyway–what did it contribute to my physical fitness? Why didn’t they just have us do aerobics and learn about cardiovascular health? I’m still bitter about it to this day. Angsty & Anarchisty!

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