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26 October 2009 @ 11:22 pm
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From joonscribble: what TeeVees I'm watching this fall.



Mondays
DVR House and Lie to Me, watch Dancing With the Stars with my mum. We are way behind on watching House together, but I watch Lie to Me while making/eating lunch on another day of the week. Oh! And I forgot Castle I definitely watch Castle and DVR it for Ama to watch later on.

Tuesdays

NCIS night. Both shows. I was watching them and DVRing So You Think You Can Dance Canada, but that finished up on Sunday, so now it's just NCIS.

Wednesdays
America's Next Top Model, followed by Glee, followed by CSI:NY.

Thursdays

Thursday is ASL class night and nothing is on that I wish to DVR. Usually I catch the last half hour of Grey's Anatomy, which I have a like/despise relationship with. I mainly watch for Dr. Hunt. Then I watch The Mentalist.

Fridays

I was watching FlashForward (which I guess was a repeat of Thursday night?), but now they show Ugly Betty in that slot, which I don't watch. Usually I search around for anything interesting and fail, until Flashpoint at 10:00.

Saturdays
Nothing.

Sundays
Mum and I watch Classic Gospel on PBS (we like the music) and then Battle of the Blades. I've also been watching Three Rivers, which has been seriously preempted by football. It's meh, but it's on while I cross-stitch.
 
 
Current Music: The Winner Takes it All - Mamma Mia!
 
 
 
donutsweeperdonutsweeper on October 27th, 2009 03:29 am (UTC)
Ooh, an ASL class? How's it going?

And yay for the 2 NCIS shows! I'm not a super nut fan of either, but I do enjoy them
The Writer They Call Tay: DW: Rose cutieawanderingbard on October 27th, 2009 04:09 am (UTC)
Ditto on the NCIS shows. They are fun to watch, but not anything I go crazy for.

It's going really well! I've had three classes so far and I'm finding it really fun. Our teacher is hard-of-hearing and he's very funny. I know several random words, different country signs, the alphabet, how to give directions, different school signs, and different Deaf Identity signs. Then, all of a sudden, I was able to make up stories and describe people in a picture of a class on the overhead - the student's name, her Deaf Identity, where she went to school, where she worked, her parents and stuff like that. Which shows how good a teacher he is, because I didn't even know I could do it until I started doing it. You know?
donutsweeperdonutsweeper on October 27th, 2009 04:11 am (UTC)
oh that sounds great! I did really well in intro, but stumbled about once I hit intermediate level. I still remember a little though.