6 October 2013
This one is right up my alley!
Name your favorite movie actor:
Of all time, Spencer Tracy
Name your favorite movie actress:
Of all time, Judy Garland (not that she was one of the greatest actress, but she just
spoke to me in all her films.
Name your favorite tv actor:
Oh so many, but Matt Bomer (White Collar) has been a favorite since the show
started. (I love it that he's a married gay actor and a dad, whose sexual
orientation has never been a big deal). Also Martin Sheen. I still want him to
run for President.
Name your favorite tv actress:
Hard to say, but maybe Jane Lynch, though I don't much like her character on Glee.
Name your favorite television show right now:
Probably NCIS, since I watch so many marathons! Also add to the mix The
Daily Show, Scandal, White Collar, and The Big Bang Theory.
Name a few really cool movies youve recently seen:
Since January we have seen exactly 3 movies in the theater: Les Miserables,
Silver Linings Playbook, and Star Trek: Into Darkness. We enjoyed all
Your favorite canceled television show:
The Dick Van Dyke Show and The West Wing
Name one movie you wish you hadnt wasted time/money on
Actually, since I rarely go to movies, the only movie I can think of I started
watching more than 10 years ago. It was Dr. T and the Women and it was so
bad that we walked out of it. I'm sure there are a LOT of "waste of time"
movies out now, but since I almost never go to theater, I can't name any.
You would never watch a movie with:
I hate stupid shows where people are acting like idiots (like Dumb and Dumber).
I tried Bridesmaids because people raved about it so much and I could not
get past the first half hour or so. Just didn't enjoy it at all. I tried
twice. I also prefer not to watch things with a lot of violence, or horror movies.
Favorite candy/food to watch movies with:
I actually can watch an entire movie without food and almost always do, but if you
offer me popcorn, I won't refuse.
Three favorite tv channels:
CBS, USA, and probably A&E
Favorite reality or competition show:
Amazing Race for reality show (I won't watch anything with any real
housewives in it, or any of the mating-and-dating shows). We watch Jeopardy
every night and record it if we aren't going to be home, so we don't miss it. I also
enjoy most of the cooking competition shows.
Cable or satellite?
Do you watch more movies at home or at the theater?
We rarely go to the theater. We saw 2 movies last year and 3 so far
Is there a time of year that you watch more tv?
Since the TV is on just about 24/7 here, that's a difficult question to answer, but
my little heart leaps up in the fall when my old favorites return for a new season and the
new shows are there to preview and decide whether they are worth watching or not.