I had a blast being part of it, so thanks for inviting me, Ben!
I was on my Kindle as I had worked earlier in the day on my PC via Skype. So I wanted to get out of my work environment. I found out later on my Kindle was doing updates or something and somehow my mic kept getting muted. I'm not always that quiet.
As my post in the recent Third Season thread indicates, I'm actually a fan of the absurdist side of the show, so I was laughing throughout most of the episodes today.
I was probably the only one, but I loved the banker getting a ticket for jaywalking.
That's Jonathan Hole, who appeared frequently in one of my other favorite shows, Green Acres. He's always hilarious and is one of my favorite character actors. I thought he was funny in today's episode; then again I think Nora Clavicle is hysterical, so I'd have been outvoted.
I also enjoyed talking Sunset Strip with Scott, which we should do again sometime, or maybe in the non-Batman section. I've been reading a blog of sorts by Stevie Rachelle, who was in the band Tuff and signed to Atlantic, just as grunge hit. Definitely NSFW but a fun time to look back on.
It's wild *flicks eyebrow* to think that it's already been 15 weeks since we brought VBC back, they've been real weekly highlight for me during this period of lockdown and I can only hope have provided a few hours of precious distraction/enjoyment for others too.
Already looking forward to doing it all over again next week!
Long live, VBC!
A lost season 3 arc:
The Carpet King's Shag-Adelic Crimes/The King Gets Crowned, Baby
My hobbies include gazing at the Siren and doing her bidding, evil or otherwise.
'She had a devastating, hypnotic effect on all the men.'--A schoolmate describing Joan Collins at age 17
Well it's all relative, some might say it was early by that point...It was getting on for 4am here in the UK when we got wrapped up