Nothing much to tell LOL. I'm just a partygoing "extra" in a few of the Beverly Hills scenes.
One of my friends "played" a real estate agent in a "Million Dollar Listings" episode. He knows nothing about real estate.
Obviously Bravo has to "fill out" crowds a bit.
Those awful Bravo shows are my guilty pleasure.
I watch most of the Bravo reality shows. I love Million Dollar Listing (Josh Flagg and his grandmother really make the show). I also really liked "Gallery Girls" from a while back but they didn't renew it for another season
Plants vs Zombies, the original version.
I play the mini-games religiously, because I am determined to get every plant for my Zen garden. I've got all of them except for the coffee bean and the spikeweed.
I've gotten up to a streak of 18 in "I, Zombie Endless" And I never lose at "Whack a Zombie" I'm hopeless at "Bobsled Bonanza" so I guess I'll never get the golden sunflower trophy.
- 60% about the items brought in,
- 10% about making fun of Rick being bald, and
- 30% about Chumlee, usually revolving around one or more of: 1) Chumlee trying to get out of having to work (while continuing to be paid), 2) Chumlee taking a break to eat/take a nap/screw off somewhere in the building, 3) Chumlee damaging or breaking a fragile item, 4) Chumlee bragging about how smart he is (which, sorry, he's dumber than a sack of hair), 5) Chumlee trying to figure out how to be paid more for doing less, 6) Chumlee trying to pull of some lame-ass get rich quick scheme/pull off some sort of lame-ass con on one or more of the Harrison boys, etc., etc., etc. The fool has delusions of adequacy.
Another guilty TV pleasure of mine is watching the mini-marathons of The Three Stooges on Antenna TV (which used to be Comcast's channel for Universal Sports -- it now airs a bunch of retro TV shows from the 50s/60s/70s and airing movies (including Moe, Larry, and Curly/Shemp) on the weekends). When I was a little kid, I absolutely floved watching them on WTBS on Saturday mornings, and I still just as much as I did when I was a little kid.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Richard Armitage, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Richard Armitage, MI-5 (Spooks), Richard Armitage, BBC TV Robin Hood, Richard Armitage, BBC TV The Impressionists, Richard Armitage, BBC TV North & South, Richard Armitage, BBC TV Sparkhouse, Richard Armitage.....
Anyone see a pattern here?
If this is to end in fire
Then we will all burn together
Music: One Direction, Katy Perry, Avril Lavigne
TV: Tessa & Scott, Days of Our Lives
Skating: Movie Soundtracks, The Team Event, Fluff Pieces
I'm actually not guilty about any of the above.
They do!I love Million Dollar Listing (Josh Flagg and his grandmother really make the show).
Another Candy Crush addict here. I only stop playing long enough to indulge my other addiction: Stoneyfield frozen non- fat yogurt - Gotta Have Java and After Dark Chocolate.
Taxi (2004) - This movie was almost universally panned by both critics and audiences alike but I absolutely loved it! First of all it is one of the few movies where the lead female character was not stick thin, second it was just pure fun to watch and third because the bandits were the genuine bad guys. None of this thieves with hearts of gold nonsense. LOL
“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” William Shakespeare
I'm addicted to Candy "Crack" too! Oh, and I'm currently knitting another doll sweater...
I've read all of the "Gossip Girl" books and seen all 6 seasons of the show....
I cackled insanely when I got a spikeweed last night.
Perhaps I need computer games anonymous?
It's probably as "reality" as The Hills, but I can't stop myself from watching it...
Lead me not into temptation. I can find it, and eat it, all by myself.