Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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TV Notes

Some interesting things on TV last night:

I watched the premiere of Memphis Beat, on TNT, and it was pretty good. At the beginning, they get a new boss (Alfre Woodard) who tells them to get rid of a fiberglass woman's torso lampbase that lights up the nipples. When I started the last job, I was the only woman on the professional staff and I made my guys take down porn from their walls. I felt strongly related to Woodard's character.

The afternoon news on the local NBC station covered the beginning of AnthroCon (Furries) and I don't know if this came from the teleprompter or his brain, but the anchor said ~I'm sure glad I don't know anybody there~ or something similar.

On one of the Criminal Minds, Morgan teases Reid about being up late by offering suggestions. He gets to saying that Reid had stayed up all night to watch Star Trek and point out the errors. Reid says, very seriously, that there aren't really that many errors... and Morgan backs away.

And on the other of the Criminal Minds, I saw a vacant builder's house and realized it was that house that caused a series of dreams a while back. I never connected the show to the dreams before.
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