Sunday, November 05, 2006

#133. Help Me Help You Gains Me Comments, Cotton's War, A.J. Styles

Apparently, mentioning Help Me Help You is a hot ticket. I got three responses (nonspam! I think!) to the last entry because of it. Does that mean I have to stop using the term Theoretical Reader? Really? Anyway, yeah, the show is great. So, any fans of Becker while I'm at it?

And for the record, five days in I've made three entries for the 2006 NaNovel, Cotton's War, with 9,009 words in the bank (a few hundred ahead of pace), which means my new philosophy, developed last year out of necessity, is at the moment working. Write more than just 1,667 words a day? Crazy talk! But...it works! For now. I still have time to get cocky. This works because I've had freakish amounts of me-time, on Friday and now today. Time will tell what it's like when I'm actually competing against my schedule, rather than working with it. Plus, I found out that there're Burlingtonians converging on the place I work at to work on this stuff. Wonky, I tell you, wonky.

Hey, how much carry-over do you think exists between Help Me Help You and wrestling fans?...Caught some TNA this Thursday, saw A.J. Styles in action again (capturing his Nth X title), after having given up a few weeks ago on a DVD bout between him and archrival Christopher Daniels. Just thought I'd mention...

2 comments:

Elessar said...

Becker was an ok show, but i really like Help Me Help You. First, i grew up with Danson + Cheers, but really, i think its a combination of the content (jokes) and all the guest stars.

Like, in the next episode ('Raging Bill' i think) Kevin Hart will be appearing again. I love Kevin Hart! And then there was the episode with Tim Meadows, that was great. So yeah, can't wait for the 28th :)

Sean McKenna (Pen Name) said...

The content, the characters, they click beautifully. It's also an unexpected dream cast. I truly hope this show lasts for years, and gains the audience it deserves. Will it mean that ABC has to grow some other shows that will actually support it?

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