After Tim's viewing pleasure, and Dinah's week of TV, I thought I'd finish off this post I found languishing in Witchface's drafts. It's all about my televisual viewing in the course of a week.
So, let us begin:
Sunday, E4: Desperate Housewives - In the last episode I saw, Bree had kicked Orson out for running Mike over, so Orson was staying at Edie's, who plied him with martinis then kissed him (she's such a slut!) and got him to divulge some of Bree's dirty secrets. Susan bumped into her ex-husband, Carl, at Lamaze class and tried to get one up on him and his young, bimbo wife, by pretending to have a hectic social schedule with her current husband, Mike. Lynette is in a battle of wills with her step-daughter Kayla, who seems to be picking up where her psycho mum left off - Well, she did convince one of the twins to jump off the roof, thereby breaking his arm. Gabby enlisted the help of The Gays, Bob (nearly as hot as Tom Scavo) and Lee, to out her lodger as a hooker. However, the lodger convinced Gabby and Carlos that she was only a tattoo artist, when in fact, she's a drug dealer! And finally, Katherine came face to face with her ex-husband (who used to beat her up) after her daughter, Dylan, had been meeting up with the scheming so-and-so, behind her back.
Wednesday, E4: Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple In All The World - Actually, I haven't seen this week's episode. I taped last week's, which was the first one, and watched that. The Lego-Gays invited some dirty, filthy lesbians 'round and offered them humous, or something. Then they both filled a glass with jizz because one of the lesbians wanted Rick's baby. I don't know how it ended because the recording stopped before the end of the show. I don't think I'll be watching it again as it wasn't as good as I thought it was going to be.
However, I'm mildly disturbed to discover that I have a small crush on Steve (in the red plastic shirt)...
Thursday, ITV2: No Heroics - I think I'll let the video do all the talking. Except that, so far, my favourite Cape is Electroclash.
Also on Thursday, on Living: Grey's Anatomy - Meredith doesn't want to know her annoying sister (who would? She's annoying!), and despite breaking up with McDreamy, still shags him at every opportunity. Cristina manages to avoid her almost-mother-in-law (the FABULOUS Diahann Carroll) for almost the entire show, and gets rid of her unwanted wedding presents, too. George wants to tell his wife, Cally, that their marriage is over because he loves Izzy, but he can't because Cally is Izzy's boss and would make things difficult. However, Cally already knows and is in denial. Alex gets told off by Miranda for getting knocked out by a crystal meth maker/dealer after Alex told him his son's body was full of meth. Lastly, and disappointingly, McSteamy isn't seen half naked.
Friday, Channel 4: Ugly Betty - Christina is up the duff with Wilhelmina and Bradford's baby and living at Wilhelmina's where she's privy to all sorts of secrets. Henry and Gio compete to see who can get the most numbers from girls in a club - All in the name of research for Betty's article for Mode magazine. Amanda sings for Henry's band and is discovered by her father, Gene Simmons from KISS, after she sings a song about being his daughter (which is really rather good - She should sing the next Bond theme!). And Marc continues to be sooooo cute!
Oh, and Daniel and Alexis have some scenes, too, but I can't remember what they were all about.
Coming soon: Heroes (Wednesday's on BBC2 from 1st October), Primeval (ITV in January 2009, I believe), Pushing Daisies (can't be soon enough - Although, I am watching the first series again on DVD). And here's the trailer for series two:
I have also been watching some films. And they are as follows: Transformers (again), Stardust (again), Hot Fuzz (again), Final Destination 3 (again) and V for Vendetta (for the first time - Wow!).