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Dean Venture is destined for evil, isn't he?
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MUST HAVE NEW TROPE: Did You Just Backhand Brock Samson

Is Brock like back now or what?! ohpleaseohpleaseohplease
st_jane_ambulance: (five)
Is it just me or is Venture Bros. extra-incredibly depressing this year?
st_jane_ambulance: (thirteen)
I know I just watched all of Venture Bros. a few months ago.

But dammit, I WANT TO WATCH IT AGAIN.

damn hot

Jun. 24th, 2006 06:08 pm
st_jane_ambulance: (snape)
Nobody told me it was going to be 100 degrees today! I got my hair cut this morning and it seems like it was just in time for the hot weather. It's awfully short; some might use the term "lesbian." But it feels great, and it will grow out a bit in a couple of weeks anyway.

I've started reading The Lord of the Rings again at the rate of about five pages a day. At that pace I should finish sometime in January.

Season two of Venture Bros. starts tomorrow and I'm very much looking forward to it. I just hope they bring back Hank and Dean.

Sam comes home in two weeks!
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I have recently realized that I have this thing where I cannot continue a story unless I get the first page to my satisfaction. Usually I have to rewrite the page several times before this happens.

I just watched Darklight, and now I have a David Hewlett craving. He's the only reason I watched it, I swear. I also got to see a sneak peek of Atlantis season 3! WOOT! I must go and read McShep slash.

Season Two of Venture Bros. begins in ONE MONTH!!!

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