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Things We Saw Today: Patrick Stewart Explains How to Moo


Apparently NPR has a show called How To Do Everything, and apparently Patrick Stewart was on it, and apparently he explained how to moo in various English and American accents. Happy New Year. (Pajiba)

If I had to pick one currently active movie set to hang out on right now, I think I just might pick X-Men: Days of Future Past. (Empire Online)

Netflix is introducing a third, cheaper streaming plan for folks who want to pay less in exchange for only being able to watch on one screen at a time and with no HD. But we’re just amusing ourselves by trying to figure out which of these pictures looks most lonely. (LifeHacker)

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  • Suzanne Larsen

    oh the Family Plan definitely looks the most lonely. Four people watching the same movie in different rooms of the house? That’s just sad. gather and interact with your unit, people!

  • Robert Vary

    Who says they’re all watching the same movie?

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  • Anonymous

    It’s been a while since I read the books, but I wasn’t all that convinced that Ginny made sense for Harry even from the original source material. It literally happens in one book that Harry suddenly notices that she’s attractive and shows an interest in her after nothing but her being a background character with little interaction since Chamber of Secrets. Even when they got paired up, I recall just thinking “Really? I guess? That came out of nowhere, but sure. I guess it could happen. Moving on.”

    I maintain that even Harry and Malfoy made more sense, given how much actual interaction happened between them and their complex character histories. Unfortunately, a yaoi fan-girl’s (and gay fan-boy’s) pairing that central would never have appeared in such a series, but if it did, it would have convinced me much more than Harry and Ginny.

    And from her article, she really has four reasons, which suggests that Ginny’s meaningful post-Chambers appearances aren’t so plentiful and revealing. Suggesting that the film version was a disgrace to the source material version seems quite a stretch, considering how little direct source material was really dedicated to her character’s fleshing out.