For the first time in at least two weeks, if not longer, I woke up when the alarm rang this morning and felt rested. What a novel sensation.

Just in time for:

One sitting.
Three Extended Editions of The Lord of the Rings.
Obscene amounts of junk food.

See you on the other side of Sunday.


At 5/22/2005 2:01 am , Blogger ichoisarius said...

Hey I'll probably be sending them back sometime in October. Just let me know what seasons of Alias you'd like (and any others); you can pay me back whenever.

At 5/22/2005 5:13 am , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Extended DVD editions, eh...

Didja see the hidden easter eggs :p

At 5/22/2005 6:36 am , Blogger Tym said...

Marathon update: FotR and TTT down, about to start RotK.

ichiosarius --- Okie-dokie!

The Fell Bat --- We own all three Extended Editions. We've seen the easter eggs many, many times :) In fact, they're always the first things we watched as we acquired each DVD in turn.

At 5/23/2005 10:22 am , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did a movie make a fan out of you? Which means are you one those those LOTR-converts after the movie came out? Well, we all probably are, considering the relative obscurity of the Lord of the Rings novels before the movie came out.

12 hours of LOTR madness. You've got a great deal of visual stamina.

At 5/24/2005 3:50 am , Blogger Tym said...

I confess that although I enjoy science fiction and fantasy, I'd always put off reading LotR because I'm a wimp. (For the same reason, I'm probably the only lit major who's never read a Dickens or Joyce novel in full.)

Having the movies drove me to finally read the books, which I thoroughly enjoyed --- although I must further confess that I skipped over a lot of the songs and Elvish.

The 12 hours wasn't as bad as I'd feared. Previous Star Wars (original trilogy) and Indiana Jones viewings have wiped me out before.


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