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Date Posted: 08/ 3/03 11:19am
Author: pat
Subject: DL 8/1
In reply to: Fan 's message, "Michelle" on 08/ 3/03 10:32am

I enjoyed the first ep. Heck, I enjoyed the second one too! Again.

I really liked Hollywood Director. Colin did his usual variations of "That was crap!" ... "As Federico Fellini said, 'That was crappalini.' Or when he was making a face and Wayne, I think, asked what that was for. Colin: "This is how I look when I see CRAP!" And when they were doing the "lustful" version, Ryan said to Wayne, "I guess I shouldn't. I'm a miner." When director Colin cut in, he said to Ryan, "Very good. Didn't you use that joke before?" Which, of course, he did.

If You Know What I Mean didn't go as well as usual, I thought. I like it when the innuendoes are more bizarre. Ryan & Brad were trading lines like, "Would you like some buns, if you know what I mean." "Are they warm, if you know what I mean." "They're hot and they're cross, if you know what I mean." And so forth. Too obvious for my tastes. But then Colin said, "I like mine with icing." The best line, IMO.

I was so excited when they announced Whose Line. I don't think they've played that for a while. But it was off, for some reason. I liked when Colin called Ryan a "big poo-head." Also, Ryan called Colin "Chung Lee," or something like that. (more Chinese-sounding than Vietnamese, I thought) Later Colin couldn't remember the name, and called himself something like Chick Pea. Ryan mentioned Kung Pao too. I thought those were funny at the time. One of the lines Colin pulled out of his pocket was, "There's a bun in my oven." Then he added, "And no icing, if you know what I mean." Perfect! LOL.

Greatest Hits was ok. I've seen better. I thought it was Wayne, rather than the band, that messed up the Beach Boys song. One of his lines was "I'm going to find myself a guy." Then he couldn't quit laughing, which is understandable. Since he was laughing and not singing, the band stopped.

Helping Hands. Ugh. I never like this game when Drew plays. He just hasn't a clue. It's not one of my favorite games anyway. Ones I've enjoyed: Ryan preparing a romantic night with Josie. Ryan as a piano player with Caroline Quentin. Also one about Boy Scouts with Greg where he called the guy a perv... It seems like Ryan wasn't in it, but I can't remember. Anyway, I just don't like how Drew tries to play it. As far as the food goes, I'm sure it was pretend snails and frog legs, with Ryan spitting the "frog legs" back out for humor's sake.

And no DCS this week either, huh? Oh well. I'll survive. Although the last two eps were good, it's just not "Must See TV" for me.

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