Don’t Speak

 Posted by at 6:51 pm  Memes  1 Response »
Feb 012008
 

A cute little meme that I scarfed from Poppy Z. Brite (whose books I’m currently reading, but more on that later).

Directions:
1. Put your iTunes, Windows Media Player, iPod etc. on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. YOU MUST WRITE THAT SONG NAME DOWN NO MATTER HOW SILLY IT SOUNDS

1..IF SOMEONE SAYS “IS THIS OKAY” YOU SAY?
Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac

2..HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOURSELF?
Black Math – The White Stripes

3. WHAT DO YOU LIKE IN A GUY/GIRL?
Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon

4..HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY?
Love is Stronger Than Justice – Sting

5..WHAT IS YOUR LIFE’S PURPOSE?
Pibroch (Cap in Hand) – Jethro Tull

6..WHAT IS YOUR MOTTO?
The Dark End of the Street – The Commitments

7..WHAT DO YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF YOU?
Waves (Take Me Alive) – Rhea’s Obsession

8..WHAT DO YOUR PARENTS THINK OF YOU?
Tishialuk Girls Set (Father’s Jig/Buffett Double/Tishialuk Girls) – Great Big Sea

9..WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT VERY OFTEN?
Show Me – The Pretenders

10..WHAT IS 2 + 2?
The Chain – Fleetwood Mac

11..WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR EX?
Lazy Bones – Leon Redbone

12..WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
On Board a 98 – David Coffin

13..WHAT IS YOUR LIFE STORY?
El Amore de Mi Vida – Warren Zevon

14..WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?
Hitsum Kitsum – Louis Prima

15..WHAT DO YOU THINK WHEN YOU SEE THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
Cup of Wonder – Jethro Tull

16..WHAT WILL THEY PLAY AT YOUR FUNERAL?
Big Stripey Lie – Kate Bush

17..WHAT IS YOUR HOBBY/INTEREST?
Dreams – Fleetwood Mac

18..WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST FEAR?
Just a Girl – No Doubt

19..WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST SECRET?
O My God – The Police

20..WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR FRIENDS?
Beat the Drum – Great Big Sea

Now press Next one more time and use it as your title.

My Band. Our Album.

 Posted by at 9:37 pm  Memes  1 Response »
Jan 182008
 

Really fun little meme I’ve seen around lately. Most recently over on Whistling in the Dark.

The rules:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random
The first article title on the page is the name of your band.

http://www.quotationspage.com/random.php3
The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.

http://www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/7days/
The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.

Using your favorite graphics program combine these three elements to design your album cover and post the result.

Here’s mine:

album-meme-08.jpg

Dec 192007
 



Which sci-fi crew would you best fit in with?
created with QuizFarm.com

You scored as Serenity (Firefly)
You like to live your own way and don’t enjoy when anyone but a friend tries to tell you should do different. Now if only the Reavers would quit trying to skin you.

Serenity (Firefly)

100%

Moya (Farscape)

94%

Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)

94%

Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)

81%

Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)

81%

Heart of Gold (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)

75%

Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)

69%

FBI’s X-Files Division (The X-Files)

56%

SG-1 (Stargate)

56%

Enterprise D (Star Trek)

56%

Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)

50%

Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)

44%

Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)

31%

Via Emma Bull.

Nov 162006
 

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Nov 112006
 

It’s been ages since I did a Witches Weekly.

When did you first realize that the pagan path was for you?

I started questing at a pretty young age. My parents raised me Catholic, but were very encouraging of my curiosity about other religions. Maybe that’s because Mom was raised Methodist, but her mother was originally Lutheran and her father Catholic. Or maybe it was that Dad was non-practising himself, though he took my brother and me to Mass when Mom couldn’t.

I’d read the entire Man, Myth & Magic encyclopedia by the time I was 12. I was especially fascinated by the articles on European magical traditions, from folk magic to the Golden Dawn. And growing up in Salem, Massachusetts, attending the same junior high school as Laurie Cabot’s daughter Penny, I was exposed early on to Wicca. Or at least to the existence of Wicca. From what I’d read in MM&M, though, it seemed to me that Witches did an awful lot of naked dancing, and I wasn’t so interested in that.

So I leaned toward Golden Dawn-style ceremonial magick first. I guess its Qabalistic roots and Judeo-Christian overtones made it a good intermediate stage for me. I didn’t have to let go of my early monotheism but I could explore the magickal nature of the universe. I read Eliphas Levi, Israel Regardie, and Dion Fortune. I devoured the poetry of W.B. Yeats. I even attempted to slog through Aleister Crowley’s Magick in Theory and Practice in high school. I learned the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram.

Eventually, though, the lack of a real feminine divine in all of this wore me down. Somewhere deep down inside, I knew that God was not exclusively male nor sexless nor manifest in only one form. And I was rapidly coming to the conclusion that the physical aspects of the world were not necessarily an impediment to spirituality, something to divest oneself of in the quest to “ascend” to enlightenment; that the dualities that monotheistic symbolism was rife with didn’t always line up for me the way they were supposed to. So I thought maybe I just wasn’t spiritually cut out for a magickal path.

And then I happened to pick up a copy of Margot Adler’s Drawing Down the Moon. And I discovered that there was a lot more to Wicca than I’d previously thought. And that there were more flavors of modern Paganism out there than I had ever dreamed. Which got me exploring again and eventually put my feet on my current eclectic path.

Nov 102006
 

Yes, another book meme. This one I picked up from Twenty Sided. (The intend-to-read category is my own addition.)

In 2005, Time magazine picked the 100 best English-language novels. Mark the selections you have read in bold. If you liked it, add a star (*) in front of the title; if you didn’t, give it a minus (-). If you feel totally indifferent or just can’t remember, give it a question mark (?). If you haven’t read it but intend to, mark it with a plus (+). Then, put the total number of books you’ve read in the subject line.

The Adventures of Augie March – Saul Bellow
All the King’s Men – Robert Penn Warren
American Pastoral – Philip Roth
An American Tragedy – Theodore Dreiser
*Animal Farm – George Orwell
Appointment in Samarra – John O’Hara
Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret – Judy Blume
The Assistant – Bernard Malamud
At Swim-Two-Birds – Flann O’Brien
Atonement – Ian McEwan
Beloved – Toni Morrison
The Berlin Stories – Christopher Isherwood
+The Big Sleep – Raymond Chandler
The Blind Assassin – Margaret Atwood
Blood Meridian – Cormac McCarthy
Brideshead Revisited – Evelyn Waugh
The Bridge of San Luis Rey – Thornton Wilder
Call It Sleep – Henry Roth
*Catch-22 – Joseph Heller
*The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger
*A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess
The Confessions of Nat Turner – William Styron
The Corrections – Jonathan Franzen
The Crying of Lot 49 – Thomas Pynchon
A Dance to the Music of Time – Anthony Powell
The Day of the Locust – Nathanael West
Death Comes for the Archbishop – Willa Cather
A Death in the Family – James Agee
The Death of the Heart – Elizabeth Bowen
Deliverance – James Dickey
Dog Soldiers – Robert Stone
Falconer – John Cheever
The French Lieutenant’s Woman – John Fowles
The Golden Notebook – Doris Lessing
Go Tell it on the Mountain – James Baldwin
Gone With the Wind – Margaret Mitchell
The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbeck
Gravity’s Rainbow – Thomas Pynchon
*The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald
A Handful of Dust – Evelyn Waugh
The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter – Carson McCullers
The Heart of the Matter – Graham Greene
Herzog – Saul Bellow
Housekeeping – Marilynne Robinson
A House for Mr. Biswas – V.S. Naipaul
I, Claudius – Robert Graves
Infinite Jest – David Foster Wallace
+Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison
Light in August – William Faulkner
+The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe – C.S. Lewis
?Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov
*Lord of the Flies – William Golding
**The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien
Loving – Henry Green
Lucky Jim – Kingsley Amis
The Man Who Loved Children – Christina Stead
Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie
Money – Martin Amis
The Moviegoer – Walker Percy
Mrs. Dalloway – Virginia Woolf
+Naked Lunch – William Burroughs
Native Son – Richard Wright
+Neuromancer – William Gibson
Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro
*1984 – George Orwell
+On the Road – Jack Kerouac
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Ken Kesey
The Painted Bird – Jerzy Kosinski
Pale Fire – Vladimir Nabokov
A Passage to India – E.M. Forster
Play It As It Lays – Joan Didion
+Portnoy’s Complaint – Philip Roth
Possession – A.S. Byatt
The Power and the Glory – Graham Greene
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie – Muriel Spark
Rabbit, Run – John Updike
Ragtime – E.L. Doctorow
The Recognitions – William Gaddis
*Red Harvest – Dashiell Hammett
Revolutionary Road – Richard Yates
The Sheltering Sky – Paul Bowles
*Slaughterhouse-Five – Kurt Vonnegut
+Snow Crash – Neal Stephenson
The Sot-Weed Factor – John Barth
The Sound and the Fury – William Faulkner
The Sportswriter – Richard Ford
The Spy Who Came in From the Cold РJohn le Carr̩
The Sun Also Rises – Ernest Hemingway
Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
Things Fall Apart – Chinua Achebe
*To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee
To the Lighthouse – Virginia Woolf
Tropic of Cancer – Henry Miller
Ubik – Philip K. Dick
Under the Net – Iris Murdoch
Under the Volcano – Malcolm Lowry
**Watchmen – Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons
White Noise – Don DeLillo
White Teeth – Zadie Smith
Wide Sargasso Sea – Jean Rhys

I actually wasn’t going to to do this meme, but then I saw Watchmen on the list, and I just had to. Yay for the folks at Time, for realizing that graphic novels can be as important/meaningful/enjoyable as prose-only novels!

Time Waster

 Posted by at 7:03 am  Memes  No Responses »
Oct 142006
 

Scarfed from PZB.

1. The phone rings. Who do you want it to be?
At this hour (6:30am) any phone call is bad news.

2. When shopping at the grocery store, do you return your cart?
Always.

3. In a social setting, are you more of a talker or a listener?
Listener, usually. Unless I’m with very close friends or have been drinking.

4. Do you take compliments well?
No. I blush and get all inarticulate.

5. Are you an active person?
Mentally. Not so much physically.

6. If abandoned alone in the wilderness, would you survive?
Depends on where I am, what time of year, and for how long. I did earn my Girl Scout firebuilder merit badge, and I can recognize quite a few edible berries in New England.

7. Do you like to ride horses?
Did it once, when I was about 12. It was fun, once I got used to the scary unbalanced feeling and learned to trust that my horse wasn’t trying to dislodge me every time she went into a trot. Would love to do it again one day, and learn to do it properly.

8. Did you ever go to camp as a kid?
Sleep-away camp? Just once, for 2 weeks. I spent the first week homesick and the second week dreading having to go home.

9. What was your favorite game as a kid?
Make-believe. I had a whole army of imaginary friends, most of them talking animals.

10. If a sexy person was pursuing you, but you knew he/she was married, would you get involved with him/her?
Not unless it was Sean Bean, Johnny Depp, or Alexander Siddig. Actually, I’m pretty sure Sid is single.

11. Are you judgmental?
My husband says that I’m always looking for reasons to excuse people’s behavior, but there are some issues I get very judgmental over.

12. Could you date someone with different religious beliefs than you?
I don’t think I ever dated anyone whose beliefs matched mine. Andy’s certainly don’t.

13. Do you like to pursue or be pursued?
I always preferred being pursued. It took the uncertainty of does-he-like-me away. All in past tense, of course.

14. Can you speak another language?
Ein bißchen Deutsch. I’ve studied Esperanto, too, but not enough to speak it without a dictionary handy. Same with Latin and Sindarin, and my two conlangs.

15. If you had to choose, would you rather be deaf or blind?
Deaf. I love music, but I’d die without the written word. (Yes, I know there are books on tape and such, but it’s not the same.)

16. What’s your favorite food?
That depends on my mood. Right now I’m craving peanut butter on honey-oatmeal toast.

17. Do you know how to shoot a gun?
No.

18. If your house was on fire, what would be the first thing you grabbed?
Assuming I’m not needed to evacuate my husband, mother, and pets, then I go for the genealogy files and the laptop that has my novel manuscript in it.

19. How often do you read books?
Constantly. I’m currently in the middle of four (I think).

20. Do you think more about the past, present or future?
The past, probably. I’m a history junkie and a genealogist, after all. I probably spend more time thinking about stuff that doesn’t/hasn’t/won’t ever exist, though.

21. What is your favorite children’s book?
The Hobbit.

22. What color are your eyes?
Bluish-grey.

23. How tall are you?
5’10”

24. Where is your dream house located?
Near both the woods and the water, but reasonable driving distance from at least one decent sized town.

25. Last person you talked to on the phone?
Andy.

26. Have you ever taken pictures in a photo booth?
Probably.

27. When was the last time you were at Olive Garden?
I don’t think I ever have been.

28. What are your keys on your key chain for?
I have four keychains:
(1) My apartment, my mother’s apartment, the Honda, and the broken stub of one of my Bug keys. Yes, I know I should take that last one off.
(2) The intact Bug key.
(3) The spare Bug key.
(4) The front door of my office building, the front door to my floor in the office building, the WP center, the print room, my office, my filing cabinet, and the office of the supervisor down the hall.

29. What’s your favorite color?
Black.

30. Where was the furthest place you traveled today?
To the coffee maker.

31. Where is your current pain at?
No pain today. A little sinus pressure that shows promise, though.

32. Do you like mustard?
Occasionally.

33. Do you prefer to sleep or eat?
They’re pretty evenly matched.

34. Do you look like your mom or dad?
Dad.

35. How long does it take you in the shower?
Usually about 15 minutes from closing the bathroom door to opening it again.

36. Can you do splits?
No, but I used to be able to do cartwheels and handstands.

37. What movie do you want to see right now?
I’m looking forward to The Prestige.

38. Do you put lotion on your dog or cats?
Why?

39. What did you do for New Year’s?
This past year? Damned if I can remember. Probably watched the ball drop on TV.

40. Do you think The Grudge was scary?
Haven’t seen it. Don’t intend to.

41. What was the cause of your last accident?
Stepping into the shoulder strap of my backpack rather than over it.

42. Do you own a camera phone?
No.

43. What are you drinking?
Coffee.

44. Was your mom a cheerleader?
No.

45. What’s the last letter of your middle name?
E.

46. Who did you vote for on American Idol?
Bwaa haa ha!!!

47. How many hours of sleep do you get a night?
6 during the week. 7-9 on weekends.

48. Do you like care bears?
No.

49. What do you buy at the movies?
Tickets. Often popcorn, too.

50. Do you know how to play poker?
Yes. Doesn’t mean I’m any good at it.

51. Do you wear your seatbelt?
Always.

52. What do you wear to sleep?
In summer, an oversize t-shirt. In winter, flannel pajamas.

53. Anything big ever happen in your hometown?
Historically? The Salem Witch Trials. Nathaniel Hawthorn’s literary career. We were the capital of Masachusetts when Boston was occupied by the British during the Revolution, too.
Currently? Halloween for an entire month every year.

54. How many meals do you eat a day?
The usual three.

55. Is your tongue pierced?
No. That fad didn’t start until I was too old to fall for it.

56. Do you always read MySpace bulletins?
No. I do have an account, but I hardly ever use it.

57. Do you have pets?
A dog and a cat.

58. Do you like funny or serious people better?
Funny.

59. Ever been to LA?
Los Angeles? Once. It’s like an alien planet.
Louisiana? No.

60. Did you eat a cookie today?
I haven’t eaten anything yet today. Breakfast will be soon, though.

61. Do you use cuss words in other languages?
I’ve been known to swear in French, German, and Finnish, but not regularly. Once I invent my conlangs’ profanities, I may use them occasionally.

62. Do you steal or pay for your music downloads?
My laptop is 5 years old. I save my disk space for my writing and buy my music on CD.

63. Do you hate chocolate?
No.

64. What do you and your parents fight about the most?
Mom and I don’t agree about everything, but it’s probably been 20 years since we regularly fought about anything. Y’know, since I grew up and got a life of my own.

65. Is your cell usually on vibrate or ring?
Ring. It plays the theme from The Avengers.

66. Are you a gullible person?
About some things. Not about others.

67. Do you need a boyfriend/girlfriend to be happy?
I hope not. My husband wouldn’t like it.

68. If you could have any job (assuming you have the skills) what would it be?
Writer.

69. Are you easy to get along with?
I think so.

70. What is your favorite time of day?
The quiet time in the morning before even the dog is up.

Sep 212006
 

Bold the shows you’ve watched at least three complete episodes of, italicize a show if you’re certain you’ve seen every episode of it, strike through if you’ve never even heard of it, asterisk if you have some particular fondness for it.

You can add shows to the list, but keep them in alphabetical order.

24
3rd Rock from the Sun
7th Heaven
Adam-12
Aeon Flux
Airwolf
A.L.F.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Alias
Alien Nation *
Alice
All in the Family
Allo Allo
American Dad
American Idol/Pop Idol/Canadian Idol/Australian Idol
America’s Next Top Model/Germany’s Next Top Model
Angel *
Are You Being Served?
Arrested Development
As Time Goes By *
Babylon 5 *
Babylon 5: CrusadeBattlestar
Batman: the Animated Series
Battlestar Galactica (the old one) *
Battlestar Galactica (the new one) *
Baywatch
Beauty & the Beast *
Beavis & Butthead
The Ben Stiller Show
Beverly Hills 90210
Bewitched
Blake’s 7 *
Bonanza
Bones *
Bosom Buddies
Boston Legal
Boy Meets World
Brady Bunch
Buffy the Vampire Slayer *
Bug Juice
Cagney & Lacey
Chappelle’s Show
Charlie’s Angels
Charmed
Cheers
China Beach
Columbo
Commander in Chief
Coupling * (the British version, not the failed American one)
Cowboy Bebop
Criminal Minds
Crossing Jordan
CSI
CSI: Miami
CSI: NY
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Dallas
Dancing with the Stars
Danger Mouse *
Danny Phantom
Dark Angel
Dark Shadows (original) *
Dark Shadows (revival)
Dark Skies
Darkwing Duck *
Davinci’s Inquest
Dawson’s Creek
Dead Like Me *
Deadliest Catch
Deadwood *
Degrassi: The Next Generation
Designing Women
Desperate Housewives
Dharma & Greg
Diff’rent Strokes
Doctor Who (classic series) *
Doctor Who (new series) * (all episodes that have aired in the US, anyway)
Dragnet
Due South
Dungeons and Dragons
Dynasty (Only while Billy Dee Williams was on it.)
Earth 2
Emergency!
Entourage
ER
Everwood
Everybody Loves Raymond
F-Troop
Facts of Life
Falcon Crest
Family Guy
Family Ties
Fantasy Island
Farscape
Fawlty Towers *
Felicity
Firefly *
Flamingo Road
Frasier
Friends
Full House
Futurama
Get Smart *
Gilligan’s Island
Gilmore Girls
Godzilla (animated)
Good Eats *
Good vs. Evil (“G vs. E”)
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.
Green Wing
Grey’s Anatomy
Growing Pains
Gunsmoke
Happy Days
Head of the Class
Hercules
Highlander *
Hill Street Blues
History Detectives *
Hogan’s Heroes
Home Improvement
Homicide: Life on the Street
Honeymooners
House
How I Met Your Mother
Hustle
I Dream of Jeannie
I Love Lucy
Invader Zim
Invasion
Iron Chef (Japan) *
Iron Chef (USA)
Ironside
I Spy *
JAG
Jackass
Jana of the Jungle
Jeopardy
Joey
John Doe
Jonny Quest
Justice League Unlimited *
Kath and Kim
Keen Eddie
Knight Rider
Knots Landing
Kojak
Kolchak: the Nightstalker (original) *
Kolchak: the Nightstalker (revival)
La Femme Nikita
LA Law
Laugh-In
Laverne and Shirley
Law & Order
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Law & Order: SVU
Legion of Superheroes
Life on Mars *
Little House on the Prairie
Lizzie McGuire
Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
Lost *
Lost in Space *
Love, American Style
M*A*S*H *
MacGyver
Magnum P.I.
Malcolm in the Middle
Manimal
Married…With Children
Melrose Place
Miami Vice
Mighty Mouse
Millenium *
Mission: Impossible
Monk *
Monty Python’s Flying Circus *
Moonlighting
Mork & Mindy
Mystery!
Murphy Brown
My Family
My Favorite Martian
My Life as a Dog
My Mother the Car
My So-Called Life
My Three Sons
My Two Dads
Mysterious Cities of Gold
NCIS
Night Court
Nip/Tuck
Northern Exposure
Numbers
One Tree Hill
Oz
Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
Perfect Strangers
Perry Mason
Picket Fences
Pirates of Darkwater
Pokemon
Power Rangers
Prison Break
Profiler
Project Runway
Psyche
Quantum Leap *
Queer As Folk (US)
Queer as Folk (British)
Queer Eye For The Straight Guy
Red Dwarf *
ReGenesis
Remington Steele
Rescue Me
Road Rules
Rome *
Roseanne
Roswell
Samurai Jack
Sanford & Son
Saturday Night Live (probably not in ten years, though)
Saved by the Bell
Scarecrow and Mrs. King
Scooby-Doo Where Are You?
Scrubs
Seinfeld
Sex and the City
Six Feet Under *
Sliders
Slings and Arrows
Smallville
Small Wonder
Soap *
So Weird
South Park
Spaced
Spongebob Squarepants
Spooks (MI-5)
Sports Night
Square Pegs
St. Elsewhere
Star Trek *
Star Trek: The Next Generation *
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine *
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Enterprise
Stargate Atlantis
Stargate SG-1
Superman
Supernatural
Surface
Survivor
Taxi
Teen Titans
Teletubbies
That Girl
That 70’s Show
That’s So Raven
The 4400
The Addams Family
The Andy Griffith Show
The A-Team *
The Adventures of Brisco County *
The Avengers *
The Banana Splits
The Beverly Hillbillies
The Bionic Woman
The Book of Daniel
The Colbert Report
The Cosby Show
The Daily Show
The Dead Zone
The Dick Van Dyke Show
The Dukes of Hazzard
The Flintstones
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
The Golden Girls
The Greatest American Hero
The Jetsons
The L Word
The Love Boat
The Man from U.N.C.L.E *
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
The Mighty Boosh
The Monkees *
The Munsters
The Muppet Show *
The Mythbusters
The O.C.
The Office (UK)
The Office (US)
The Pretender
The Prisoner *
The Real World
The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show *
Sapphire & Steel
The Shield
The Simpsons
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Sopranos
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
The Surreal Life
The Tick (animated) *
The Tick (live action)
The Twilight Zone
The Waltons
The West Wing *
The Wild Wild West *
The Wonder Years
The X-Files
Third Watch
Thirtysomething
Three’s Company
Thundarr the Barbarian
Top Gear
Trapper John, MD
Twin Peaks
Twitch City
Two and a Half Men
Underdog *
Upstairs, Downstairs
Ugly Betty
V *
Veronica Mars
Vicar of Dibley *
Wings
What Not To Wear (US)
What Not To Wear (UK)
Whose Line is it Anyway? (US)
Whose Line is it Anyway? (UK) *
Witchblade
Will & Grace
WKRP in Cincinnati
Wonderfalls *
Wonder Woman
Xena: Warrior Princess
Young Hercules

Scarfed from Elizabeth Bear.