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Monday, June 06, 2005
six feet under

Tonight was the bittersweet season premier of the last season of Six Feet Under. Yeah, there are other TV shows I enjoy watching, but this was the first and only show that I (a) watched from the very first season, that (b) I would race home to see after work, and (c) that makes me cry at the end of every episode (and usually during most episodes as well). I don't know what it is. I just think the show is brilliant- I love the Fischer family, all of their issues, and all of their growth over the past years. The actors are incredible- real. The show should have won awards, and it didn't. Instead for the last season it got moved to Monday night instead of its usual Sunday spot. The only other show that comes close is Dead Like Me, but they just cancelled that too. So, I'll look forward to every Six Feet Under this season, and I'll have to own it (as well as the 2 seasons of Dead Like Me) on dvd. I am typing using an ice-pack as a wrist rest. My hands have been getting all swollen, and alternating between painful and prickly-numb lately and I don't know why. Even having them at desk-level makes all the veins pop out in a kind of freaky way. It could be the heat, it could be bad circulation but it has gone on for too many days now so I am seeing the doctor tomorrow about it. It makes computer work and writing kind of hard. This leads me to a confession. I didn't study for the prelim today. Yikes. Well, I thought about it, and that really does count- although only in terms of emotionally preparing myself for the thing- it doesn't actually count for cramming any knowledge into my head.

posted by knit wit | 6/06/2005 09:03:00 PM

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