jessybxx: (Jon Stewart <3)
( Feb. 4th, 2007 12:23 am)
“It’s a kind of war where enemies can either be emboldened or beweakened. So we have to enscare them to the point where they rebecave themselves. We must disimagine the very thinkment of misunsuccessiveness. That is what we have to bedo.”
(John Oliver)

Best. TDS. Quote. Evah. Nearly killed me, that one. Especially "rebecave". Grrrreat word ;) My inner linguist was crying with delight during that one, believe me ^___^

Last night, my homepage was moved to a new server.
That was neccessary because the hosting company changed their plans. I now get 10 GB of space and unlimited traffic for the same price as before (7.95€). Wow :D

I finally managed to download the "A bit of Fry and Laurie" pilot episode. Wow, loved that one. It's at least as good as the rest of season one. The way they do a lot of thigs exactly the same way the Pythons would've done, it makes me happy beyond any reason. And they're both such amazing actors! But I still prefer Hugh using his American accent, stupid as that may be ^_^;;;

Speaking of American!Hugh, I quite liked episode 3x12. I know, it wasn't that amazing from a writer's POV, but if you manage to shut that out and concentrate on the dramatic quality, it was really entertaining. Not to mention I thought Hugh looked especially good this time. Or maybe that was just because of the three-week detox ^_~

Today's show of c't TV (Did I ever explain the title of the mag/show? Maybe I should...) was one of the best ones ever. For some reason, Georg was smiling even more than usual. I mean, he always seems like a gentle, friendly guy but today... he was positively beaming O_O And Mathias was, too, and somehow, even when he was teasing his co-host, he still acted in a way that suggested he's much more fond of Georg than he wants us to believe.
Actually, the word "lovey-dovey" kept lighting up in my mind in big neon letters. I wonder why ;)
Plus, I got a real close close-up of our geeky editor in chief's hands. That totally baffled me because it's so very unusual. And to think I got to see that in 1280x1024 resolution, recorded from DVB-S right to Max's HDD - pure bliss.
jessybxx: (Boffle - Homosexual garden)
( Jan. 9th, 2007 01:01 am)
August. (by [ profile] zellieh, Jeeves/Wooster, slash, 15+)
Loo~oovely. I can so see this happening *fangirly squeal*
Oh... and it has the "Normal - for Norfolk" anecdote from QI!! Eeeeee :D
*hopeless case*
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( Dec. 24th, 2006 11:20 am)
Christmas-y Stephen/HUgh fluff ^_^

Oh, and since it is basically here (at least where I live):

Merry Chrmistmas, everyone!
jessybxx: (Qi - Stephen Fry (*headdesk*))
( Dec. 22nd, 2006 12:03 am)
My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
Her Most Noble Lady Jessy the Unusual of New Porton Wells
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title

Aaaaand some more:

Her Noble Excellency Jessy the Philomath of Withering by the Wold

Countess Jessy the Convincing of Wallop upon Deane

Her Most Serene Highness Lady Jessy the Possible of Colquhoun St Cahoon

Baroness Jessy the Prohibited of Waterless St Mildred

Entirely Miss Reverend Lady Jessy the Bovine of Praze-an-Beeble

Countess Jessy the Confused of Colquhoun St Cahoon


So I wasn't the only one who noticed that ;)
jessybxx: (Kawaii Not - Chocolate ice cream)
( Nov. 12th, 2006 06:59 pm)
First, some similarities between Boffle and MPFC I discovered (mainly from watching only the first episode and a handful of random clips):

- The mix of quite intellectual and really clever stuff with absolute, mind-rippling nonsense (Their vox pops, where they only show the weird answers and you have NO IDEA what they're on about are just pricelss!)
- Their use of links ("We need someone to go through that door" - which leads to the next sketch)
- The sudden going out of character ("I can end this sketch in forty-five seconds")
- And, not to be taken that seriously, the fact that Stephen Fry is almost as good at shouting (complete with cracking of voice) as John Cleese *lol*


Now, some YouTube links:

That one nearly killed me. Seriously. Their timing is brilliant.

From episode one. "And then the sketch ends with us going to bed together" - "..... violently." *snort* Though I know a couple of fics that beat them to the punchline on this one, hehe ;)

(No title)
I wonder why people keep remarking upon the Python similarities. I doubt they were EVER trying to hide it ;)

Major Donaldson
Speaking of obvious. Hugh's German accent is bad as always, but OMFG teh slash. It's almost as if Stephen were out of character in this one from a certain point on. Hey, you can dream, can you? XD

My Dear Boy
This one is almost too much. Gay men playing gay men (especially that... type O_o) always scares me a bit. But it's still hilarious.

Monday: Hugh Laurie. Wheeee~!
Friday: Stephen Fry (... on US TV. Dun get it, but that's damn cool!)
jessybxx: (Boffle - Homosexual garden)
( Nov. 12th, 2006 04:52 pm)
Gods. I'm so bloody tired *yawn*
Why? Because I spent half the night watching Boffle clips on blasted YouTube.
Somehow, that series feels mightily deja vu-ish.
The way they do their stuff is so similar of the Pythons, it almost made me squeal with delight.
*is currently trying to grab some whole eps*

Damn, I'm just so sleepy *clutches tea cup*
Some Fry and/or Laurie related fic recs fer ya.
(Slash only. Please read - and mind - the ratings. You've been warned.)

Physical comedy
A nice short-ish piece in six parts.

OMG, smutty humour! This one is made of pure awesome!

See Evil
The general idea of this one almost made my head explode. It's just so shockingly brilliant *0*

Coming up later: Some actual Boffle sketches via YouTube... provided I haven't fallen asleep by then *sigh*


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