Woohoo!  And done.  Hello life.  Hello sun (maybe).  Hello non-work.  So how does a team complete the project we’ve been working on like crazy for the past couple months?  By pushing a button.  You push the button and the job is done.

Just call us George Jetson.

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Red Sox Nation Forever

Just overheard new boss saying that she has season tickets to Yankee Stadium but refuses to attend Yankee-Red Sox games because “half the stands are filled with Red Sox fans and [she] hates to be around such awful people.”

We are clearly going to have MAJOR issues.

I really am AMAZED that what started out as some kidding-around on the set of LOST has turned into a network TV reality! I’m still reeling from this sudden turn of events. I’m an actor who has never even succeeded in testing for a pilot and here I find myself involved in a project custom-built for Terry and me! Can’t tell you how thrilling it is to be part of the Bad Robot family and enter into this exciting collaboration with Warner Brothers and NBC! Have we ARRIVED or what?! But best of all will be that day when Terry and I show up on the set of a brand new show, look around, shrug our shoulders and say “Let’s get started!” My fingers are crossed! (Did I use enough exclamation points? ha!)

Michael Emerson, in an email to Jeff Jensen about his new show (via fuckyeahlost)
1. I CANNOT wait!
2. I really really love Michael Emerson.

I am currently obsessed with Time Out New York’s lists of things to do in the city.  It fits in with the whole purpose of why I started this blog in the first place: to force myself out of my tvholic homebody existence and experience new things.  And so I have decided to make it my goal to accomplish as much of TONY’s list of 101 things to do in New York in the fall as possible.

So far I’ve accomplished the following:

  • Drinking a pumpkin latte from Starbucks (from the Starbucks in my office building)
  • Going on a fall clothing shopping spree (via the internet)

Clearly I’m on my way with the whole “experience new things” concept.

Guess what was waiting for me when I got home last week?  Birthday wishes from my Tumblr Buddy!  Totally made my day.

Birthday lunch (from over a week ago) at the Stone Barns Cafe.  I love this place.

And yes, everything on that tray was for me.  When I was paying for my food I looked at the kids running around outside and smiled at the cashier, exclaiming, “I hope she likes this!”

Yes, I lied to a cashier to hide my piggy ways.