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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

What's on the TV?

I realized that I've neglected indicating what I've been watching on the TV mounted in my art studio. Not that anyone really cares, but I figured I'd take a moment to share what I've been watching in the past month or so. Usually it's TV shows, like The Simpsons, Futurama, King of the Hill, Family Guy, etc. that can be easily watched as many times as you like without requiring much attention. I never watch something "new" - because if I were to watch something new, it would actually distract me from my work. At the same time, I never watch nothing at all - it's just not the same without some kind of background noise - and music or radio doesn't cut it for me.

Lately, I've been going through my husband's extensive movie collection and watching all of the comedy movies that I've a) seen before, b) remember enough to not want to watch attentively, c) and like enough to watch again, or forgot how much I didn't like it and therefore choose to watch it again. I'm finding a lot that fall into category c. And so, here's the list, alphabetically by title in the comedy genre, of the movies I've watched in the past month and a bit:

50 First Dates
American Pie
American Pie 2
American Wedding
The Animal
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Big Daddy
Can't Hardly Wait
Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
Dude, Where's my Car?
The Family Man
Finding Nemo
Freaky Friday
Grosse Pointe Blank
Dumb and Dumber
Happy Gilmore
The Hot Chick
Ice Age
The Incredibles
Josie and the Pussycats
Kate and Leopold
Legally Blonde
Little Nicky
Mars Attacks!
The Mask
Me, Myself & Irene
Mean Girls
Meet the Parents
Monsters, Inc.
My Best Friend's Wedding
Mystery Men
Napoleon Dynamite
Never Been Kissed
A Night at the Roxbury
Not Another Teen Movie
Old School
Orange County
Road Trip
Scary Movie
Scary Movie 2

I want to point out that I have no say in how these movies are classified. Please - no comments screaming "The Family Man is NOT a comedy! It's a drama! AHHH!!!" or anything similar to that. My husband has his system for filing, which I often disagree with and get into petty movie genre arguments about - so really - just don't worry about it. :) I'll be moving onto Sci-Fi/Fantasy next, after the sixteen or so that I have left in comedy.

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