Saturday, May 28, 2005

The Season Cliffhanger

A CSI agent is buried alive and being eaten by ants. A young boy is grabbed off of a hand made raft as plane crash victims attempt to sail to rescue. Sounds like cliffhanger season to me.

But here in the blogosphere, the primary cliffhanger is whether Villainous Company will return on Sunday, May 29.

Cassandra, the Blog Princess and tech wench that runs the Villainous Company super site recently took a sabbatical to examine the effects of global warming in the rainforrest, or a nearby beach, or the backyard. No one knows, really. All we know is that we go to Villainous Company turned off the lights on Friday, May 20, with a "will return on May 29" sign on the door. Although I have checked, I have not seen a light on.

It does not appear that Cassandra was abducted, however. There have been sightings of her on a bus in Austin, Texas, in coffee shop in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and a posting at No Government Cheese.

The great thing about proverbs is they don't have to be consistent.

Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Out of sight, out of mind.

Whatever -- we await the return of Cassandra. She is known to wake up at 4:00 a.m. and start posting. So set your clock and log on. I will start banging on the door by 5:00 a.m. in the morning if I don't see something by then.

6 Comments:

At 2:12 AM, Anonymous Rocky Mtn. Lioness said...

LOL!!
I've been thinkin' about the Princess alot, too. I'm really, really pleased for her that she took the MUCH needed break, though. Last time she *did* was pretty pathetic as far as "sabbaticals" go! Miss Thang didn't manage to REALLY stay away.

I did think of you w/ the CSI "cliffhanger", because I recall you mentioning your wife being a fan & TiVO'ing it for her. (however the helk that bit o' TiVO technology works).

Since I missed the first 5 minutes of the finale, I totally missed the connection with Pretty Ant Boy and that contentious bitter, botanical beeatch in prison who's dad owned the nursery area where Ant Nipped Nick was buried. (my skin's crawling now. *shudder*).
What was that all about, with those 2, anyway?

 
At 11:53 AM, Blogger KJ said...

Nothing in the first 5 minutes would help explain that. It was just that she refused to help them find Nick even though she might have known what her dad was doing and where.

Nick was just representative of CSI's, who helped send her to prison (DNA on cup).

 
At 3:17 PM, Anonymous Rocky Mtn. Lioness said...

no biggee then, obviously. I totally missed Nick's kidnapping..IF that was a SCENE. I remember the coin flipping scene and them finding the styrofoam cup in the CIS baggie. That was all around the beginning--when I got in on it anyway.

And that broad's a typical liberal beeatch, too. Oh NO!....It wasn't her crime that landed her in
prison, but CSI's fault for helping to track her down by just doing their work. (~;)

Bet suicide bomber islamaniacs watching that show thought her dad was totally cool. (~;

That hallucinatory scene where ol what's his noodle (coroner?) and that younger guy were *autopsying* Nick was BIZARRE. Perhaps that and that little bit o' O.T.T. drama was purely Tarantino's touch.

Pretty soon there will be an entire CSI TV network as they'll have CSI Montana, CSI Georgia, CSi Colorado, CSI Iowa, CSI Nebraska, CSI Tennessee, CSI Missouri, CSI South Dakota, CSI West Virginia...etc etc etc.

 
At 3:28 PM, Blogger KJ said...

That is a post for a future date, Lioness. A trailer (heh) for CSI Alabama:

Brooding Boss: What do we have officer.

Officer: Cattle rape.

Brooding Boss: Are we sure it was rape?

Officer: We think so.

Brooding Boss: Were is the victim.

Officer: On the grill.

Brooding Boss: Dadgumbit!

 
At 3:57 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

KJ, you are a sweetheart but I guess your luck ran out - sorry. You're stuck with me, at least for a while.

 
At 9:57 PM, Blogger KJ said...

Darn.

 

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