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13 February 2010 @ 07:44 pm
*shakes fist*  
It's really not good, the amount of time I've spent today reading about imaginary TV shows at isurrendered. But it was fun. Oh, internets. So much creativity and energy--I love it.

(Edited because many TV shows are fictional; what I meant was "imaginary.")

ETA2: I forgot to mention the other thing I oughtn't to have done today: I finally got around to watching the Shakespeare Retold version of The Taming of the Shrew. I am not sure how many of my gleeful feelings are due to the combination of Shirley Henderson and Rufus Sewell, but I really enjoyed it. (Watching it was sort of research, in that I'm thinking about proposing another tutorial for next year and was interested to see if this might play a part, but it was really NOT research that needed to happen today.)
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excellent taste in trapdoors: Dale Dye: master of subtle complimentsnewredshoes on February 14th, 2010 07:55 am (UTC)
I just want to second the Much Ado being absolutely sublime.
tempestsarekind: too wise to woo peaceablytempestsarekind on February 14th, 2010 09:16 pm (UTC)
It was a lot of fun!
tempestsarekind: hey nonny nonnytempestsarekind on February 14th, 2010 09:16 pm (UTC)
I haven't seen A Midsummer Night's Dream yet, but I've seen Macbeth and Much Ado.

I think Rufus Sewell is one of the few people who could make me like Petruccio. So it helps that he's there. :)