Fun with keywords (It's a cruel, cruel summer edition)

Oh, July, how I hate you.

I got knocked out of the first round of judging in the Nicholl Fellowships (the first two judges to read my script gave it a positive rating, but the third rated it low enough to bump it out of contention), I’ve had no luck on the job front (it’s entirely possible I’ve backslid), I may have to pack it in and move out of Los Angeles with my tail between my legs in the very near future, my self-esteem is bruised beyond recognition, and Sendhil Ramamurthy grew an unflattering beard. There's just nothing good in any of that. So I’m sitting here in front of the fan, cursing summer and humming Bananarama tunes sadly to myself.

A quick look at the recent search terms used to find this site:

ultimate force what is rupert
Slang for "officer". Possibly disparaging.

what hardy boys episode from season 3 features a character named jocco?
Ah. "Last Kiss of Summer", parts one and two. Great character, Jocco, and a great performance by Kevin Brophy. Killed Joe's girlfriend, tried to feed Frank to the sharks, and yet still ended up seeming pretty likeable and fun.

what kind of pens do they use on battlestar galactica
The kind you can stab through Baltar’s neck, given the proper motivation.

mohinder chained to a chair soaked wet
mohinder naked
mohinder pretty
I have no fresh observations here. I'm just including these because they make me happy.

michael rosenbaum bringing sexy back
Er... I suppose.

miami vice out where the buses don't run ending
It's a good one: Crockett gets a call from insane ex-cop Bruce McGill, telling him he's finally tracked down the long-vanished druglord who became his all-consuming obsession. Crockett and Tubbs zip through the dark streets of Miami while Dire Straits' "Brothers in Arms" plays on the soundtrack. When they reach the location, they find the druglord's decayed corpse plastered inside the wall, where McGill and his partner David Straithairn stashed him after McGill murdered him a decade earlier.

miami vice is awesome

how to make a miami vice
Mix equal parts awesomeness and eighties music with a healthy jigger of free-floating weirdness.

ioan gruffudd long hair
ioan gruffudd silly hat
ioan gruffudd naked
ioan gruffudd sex scene
Let me point you in the direction of Wilde. Gruffudd has long hair and is wearing a silly hat, then he gets naked and has sex with Stephen Fry. All your bases are covered.

bicorne hornblower
Good point. Wilde doesn't have the monopoly on Gruffudd’s silly hats -- he wears plenty of those in Hornblower as well, above and beyond the bicorne.

heroes slash nathan fratboys
No idea, but just the fact that you’re using the plural piques my interest. Nathan shagging one fratboy? Eh. Nathan taking on the whole frathouse? Possibilities lie therein.

fun hot preppy porn
Is there any other kind of preppy porn?

27 penis pics in the members aree tom welling
Twenty-seven? Really? Wow. Way to go, Welling.


Dan said…
Twenty-seven?? Twenty-seven???

Maybe Nathan should get Welling to help him with those fratboys.

Then we'll see who's bringing sexy back, Rosenbaum.
Morgan Richter said…
Twenty-seven! I know! I don't really know what it means, but I know I'm impressed!

I kinda wish Rosenbaum would quit drunk-Googling my site. It plays havoc with my stats.
Sebastian said…
Haha, 27 is my new favorite number.
Ingrid Richter said…
For some reason, I always think that "Out Where the Buses Don't Run" is the Miami Vice episode with Ed O'Neill. Weird.

The twenty-seven pictures of Tom Welling reminds me of The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins - each one more fancy than the one before...
Morgan Richter said…
Haha, 27 is my new favorite number

Mine too, Sebastian. Mine too. Seriously, if anyone out there has more information on these 27 pictures of Welling's penis, don't be shy about letting us in on it, okay? I'm intrigued.

For some reason, I always think that "Out Where the Buses Don't Run" is the Miami Vice episode with Ed O'Neill.

They're not too dissimilar, Ingrid, but "Out Where the Buses Don't Run" is definitely Bruce McGill (several years back, TV Guide picked this episode as one of their Top 100 TV Episodes of All Time). I rarely rewatch the Ed O'Neill episode, just because it was in the wee early days of the series, before Edward James Olmos joined the cast, but I remember it has the same general theme.

Maybe today I'll break out the deluxe Miami Vice box set that Boy-Morgan gave me, the one that comes in the white alligator-skin box lined with aqua-colored velvet, and give that one a rewatch.

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