November 25th, 2005

white walker

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favourite lifetime/made-for-tv movie?

i'm a fan of friends 'til the end, this cheesy movie where shannen doherty was in a band and some girl tried to take over her life. they used to show it on vh1 all the time. there was also some tori spelling lifetime movie i liked where she got killed by the girl from life goes on. i think it was called deahth of a cheerleader.


Black Friday (I made it, did you?)

It's on for 11/25/05 PST & EST

Ghost Whisperer @ 8pm
Close to Home @ 9pm
Numb3rs @ 10pm

Supernanny @ 8pm
Hope & Faith @ 9pm
Hot Properties @ 9:30pm
20/20 @ 10pm

The Family Man (movie)

The N:
Degrassi @ 8pm
South of Nowhere @ 8:30pm

What I Like About You @ 8pm
Reba @ 8:30pm
Reba @ 9pm
Twins @ 9:30pm

Star Wars: Episode II (movie)

Late Night:

Masters of Horror @ 10pm

Best Week Ever @ 11pm

The Soup @ 10pm

What Not to Wear @ 9pm

How's that fat Turkey belly doin' folks?

Pride and Prejudice!

Anyone seen Pride and Prejudice yet? I got to go with my school today to a matinee because we're starting the novel in a couple of weeks. I absolutely adored the movie. It took a few minutes to really get into it, but once I was in, I was ALL IN. Some of the acting was a bit off, and it was weird seeing Jenna Malone (the cute girl from the movie 'Stepmom') playing more of a grown-up role, but Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bennett were adorable.

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do you guys think eddie murphy is gay?

I do.

If you think about it-it makes a lot of sense.

his infamous leather suit in his comedy special-raw.

he hands are always very 'relaxed.'
he seems to be almost too masculine-like it's forced.
even while holding a woman (as in dr doolittle) he seems like he trying too hard.
like he's rock hudson in a movie.


edit: if so, it also makes an interesting topic of the masculinity in black culture.
why it is so expected and why there are so few gay black people.
same for mexicans and asians it seems.