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New Being Human set

My three thoughts upon seeing this:
  1. Betcha BHUS is jealous of that tiki bar. ;-D
  2. I am disturbed by the uncharacteristic neatness of Mitchell's room.
  3. How does Sinead pack that much cute into her teeny little body??

And then I look at the still frame and have a fourth thought, which is "Holy crap, that's my stereo!" Which I've had since 1988. Honolulu Heights, it does not lack for character, but our heroes do seem a bit to lack for stuff. It would appear the abandonment of everything at Windsor Terrace doesn't get rectified.

In entirely unrelated news, we just watched (for values of "watched" that = "had on in the background") the last 45 minutes or so of a cracktastically AWFUL movie musical entitled The Apple, which has Catherine Mary Stewart in the lead and Finola Hughes as a background dancer, and is a "futuristic" fable involving drugs and scary late-disco-era costume design and songs with hilariously anvilicious lyrics that are occasionally loaded with double-entendres. The fact that it's a Golan-Globus production explains a lot with respect to the AWFUL, but does not explain how this movie has existed for over thirty years and yet I have never heard of it before tonight.

Now I've not only heard of it but seen a substantial chunk of it, and finally have the opportunity to go O_o at it in an epic manner. On account of the bad, which is. Um. Wow.


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Jan. 15th, 2011 03:22 am (UTC)
Bizarrely, I have seen "The Apple." It's deeply, deeply weird.

I can no longer remember what inspired me to watch it. I mean, I think I knew it was bad going in and I just watched for the spectacle of it at all.
Jan. 15th, 2011 11:29 am (UTC)
The cheap, shiny, strange strange spectacle of it all.

Baby-faced Fin in the background just added to the surreal...
Jan. 15th, 2011 03:44 pm (UTC)
The Apple! I'd totally forgotten about that movie... And now you mention it, I can't remember much more except that it was so bad it was screamingly hilarious.
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