Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Dropping the level of discourse

Darwin has been, as usual, writing insightful posts about subjects religious and philosophical, and has in general kept a fairly high tone lately. Meanwhile, I just want to know what happened in last night's episode of Lost, which I missed because ABC changed the time on me. Would anyone be so kind (that means you, Julie D.!) as to summarize it for me, complete with spoilers, 'cause I don't know when or if there will be a re-run? Thanks...

I don't only think about TV, though -- we're making Rita plans and hosting a friend from Houston this weekend. The grill goes in the garage, batteries are stocked, we've laid in a bit of food (probably not enough) and Darwin bought a case of beer at Sam's, so you know he'll be all right.

We now return to regular thoughtful programming.

4 comments:

mr. felderhoff said...

Darwin bought a case of beer at Sam's

What else does one need?

Darwin said...

She makes it sound like I'm the only one who wants a good beer at the end of the day. Last night, though, I pulled a bottle of St. Pauli's Girl out of the fridge (homebrew is running low right now) and small babs decided it was an affront that she didn't get any. She followed me around shouting and holding out her hands, demanding some to drink.

So I after I finished I gave her the empty, thinking playing with the bottle might calm her down. She took one try, found it was empty, threw it and screamed.

Sorry. No beer till your age is in two digits, kiddo...

Julie D. said...

I'm glad to know that you know who to count on in a TV emergency! I'm just sorry that you missed this because it was KILLER!!! (yes, worth every one of those three exclamation marks.)

Let me introduce you to your new best friend, Television Without Pity, who has a recaplet ready for your catching up needs.:-)

http://www.televisionwithoutpity.com/story.cgi?show=136&story=8243

MrsDarwin said...

Doggone it -- I missed one or two episodes last season, but they weren't really big plot arc ones. And then to get stuck watching the pilot of Invasion (which seemed fairly lame for the five minutes I spent on it)! Oh, well. It all sounds very funky, and I can't wait to see what happened to the raft guys next week, except that I'll be out of town and trusting to the mercy of the hotel tv. Grr.