Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Those Aren't Pillows

Well, it's Thanksgiving Eve and do you know what I'm looking forward to doing tomorrow. Nope, not eat Turkey. And don't even think about saying watch football.

Hell, I'm gonna do the thing I love to do every Thanksgiving day, which is lounge around and watch the ultimate Thanksgiving movie of all time—Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

Yep, that's right. Possibly one of my favorite John Hughes movies, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is the story of one man's struggle to get home for the holidays while an unbelievable slob gets in his way and on his nerves every step of the way.

I love this movie, not just for its comedic value, but for me, its nostalgia. See, growing up, my family was never sports oriented. So watching football on Thanksgiving was not an option. Instead we would all get together, eat dinner, then sit on the couch and watch this family festive flick while snacking on left-overs all night long.

So, if you find yourself bored as hell tomorrow afternoon, and not in the mood to watch stupid old football, I suggest turning on this gem of holiday memento. It'll have you laughing those extra calories away in no time.



Friday, November 4, 2011

Am I the only Ghost Whisperer fan?

Okay, so I have to admit something here. I am a huge fan of Ghost Whisperer. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's a very, very cheesy show. Jennifer Love Hewitt, looking all sexy, week after week, talking to dead people helping them cross over.

I mean, come on, they spent a lot of money on her extensions for this show. But, seriously, holy crap does she look hot.

However, beyond all the sexiness of that unbelievable goddess, this is a really good show. Seriously, every time I watch an episode I tear up at the end. No really, I tear up for Christ's sake. Yeah, as sad as that sounds, I get all emotional. I know, that's dumb, right?

But I will admit, it gets to me every time. A father, son, wife, daughter, wanting to say their last goodbye to someone they love. You have to appreciate that sentiment. So yeah, anytime I have a chance to watch an episode, you can bet your ass I'm gonna sit down and watch it.

So seriously, am I the only one? Am I the only person who will admit that Ghost Whisperer is a really good show? Please, seriously, tell me. Am I completely wrong on this one? Am I just thinking with the wrong head? Is the fact that Jennifer Love Hewitt is completely gorgeous and I want to like this show because of that one fact a bad thing?

Or, am I right in thinking that this is one really good show. I don't' know. You tell me. I'd like to hear what you all think in the comments below. Let me know. I'm dying to hear your thoughts.

Ciao for now!

Sergio