As for what I do Wednesday nights because I can't watch or discuss Angel...flipped back and forth between The West Wing and The O.C. I definitely think something is wrong with TWW's writing when The O.C. comes off as more realistic. :p
And could someone clarify something for me? How old are those kids on The O.C. supposed to be? I swear I heard Seth say 16 and I just about fell off the couch.
I also continue to watch Enterprise. Though God only knows why. Oh, wait, Trip. ;) If it wasn't for him I'd have quit at the start of the season what with Rick Berman never having met a cliche he didn't like, turning every enemy the human race has ever faced into an ally, and Scott Bakula's constant looks of constipation which is meant to signal a crisis I guess.
Anyway, after watching the promo for next week, and knowing how misleading UPN promos can be (and, yes folks, this one was very misleading), I went online to search for any info on upcoming eps.
Apparently an early draft of Episode 15 (which would be February sweeps) is floating around. Long story short - Trip and T'Pol finally hit the sheets. Now, I'm all for ships and shirtless Trip, but how all this comes about I have a bit of a problem with. Unlike Spock, T'Pol is not half human. And while they've hinted at her difficulty keeping her emotions in check, they haven't given a clear explaination as to why. (Or, have they? I have missed many episodes.)
Anyway, the hook up occurs after (cue Rick Berman cliche) T'pol becomes jealous seeing Trip with another woman. She's forced to confront her feelings for him and one thing leads to another, blah, blah, blah. So, I guess the moral of this story is, if the guy's hot enough, Vulcan's can just chuck aside their beliefs, teachings, and culture. Uh-Huh.
Oh, I caved in and bought extra icons. I blame _jems_ who I just discovered. I don't think I'll use 50, but it saves me from having to add and delete all the time.
And I redid the color scheme for my LJ. I'm pretty happy with it though I may tinker a bit more.