Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Take me back

As I've mentioned, I've been binging on Suits. I'm up to the current season, 6. It has occurred to me and confirmed by a website that there should be a drinking game associated with this show.

The Suits Drinking Game.
Drink whenever:
1.) Someone holds an intense conversation in the hallway.
2.) Mike interrupts Rachel in her office and asks “Do you have a sec?” or “Are you busy?” then proceeds to ask her help anyway.
3.) Mike goes behind Harvey’s back, despite Harvey specifically saying not to.
4.) Mike or Harvey has a case-winning epiphany (Pro-tip: This usually involves something that was brought-up at the start of the episode).
5.) Someone references a pop-culture event/character.
6.) Harvey and Jessica engage in light flirting.

7.) Harvey and Louis/Mike engage in light bromance.
8.) Jessica asserts her “Queen Bee” image. (Pro-tip: Comes with a reference to her name “being on the company logo”) 10.) Louis becomes the antagonist.
11.) Louis redeems himself and becomes morally ambiguous once again.
12.) Someone says "Goddamn".
13.) Someone says "Shit".

Drink TWICE/ Finish a full glass when:
1.) Plot reveals Pearson-Specter-Litt is in trouble. Again.
2.) Plot reveals Mike’s secret is in danger of being exposed. Again.

Finish the whole bottle when:

1.) Donna and Harvey have sex. For real. Not a freaking dream.

On TV tonight we have Curse of Oak Island "Hyde Park and Go Seek":

More evidence connecting Oak Island to the Knights Templar compels the guys to dig a third hole at the Money Pit.

 We have been getting snow again today. Winter is still here.

Have a great day

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

Monday, January 30, 2017

Yeah. Monday.

Here we are again.

NCIS: Los Angeles ended last night on a cliffhanger aaaaannnnd it won't continue for three weeks. Yeaaahhh.  Here's the best scene, an exchange of an earbud

That only slightly makes up for three weeks.

Currently reading A PRISONER OF MALTA by Phillip Depoy. 1st of 2 in series featuring Christopher Marlowe, the playwright, poet, and rake, serving as a secret agent for Queen Elizabeth, in 1580s England.

 In 1583, the nineteen-year-old Christopher Marlowe---with a reputation as a brawler, a womanizer, a genius, and a social upstart at Cambridge University---is visited by a man representing Marlowe's benefactors. There are rumors of a growing plot against her majesty Queen Elizabeth I, and the Queen's spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham, has charged young Marlowe with tracking down the truth. The path to that truth seems to run through an enigmatic prisoner held in complete seclusion in a heavily guarded dungeon in Malta. Marlowe must use every bit of his wits, his skills, and his daring to unravel one of the greatest mysteries in history and help uncover and unravel scheme of assassination and invasion, one involving the government of Spain, high ranking English nobles, and even Pope himself.
Published in 2016, it has 321 pages. 

Nothing on TV for me tonight. I've been having a binge of Suits via Amazon Instant so I'll probably continue that.

Have a good day

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

Friday, January 27, 2017

Ready for a weekend


I'm doing an experiment. I'm staying off Facebook completely. This is day 2.

I'm not contributing to negativity anymore and I'm starting there.

Tomorrow I have a Danielle forum to go to.

My friend Nikole is finally going to attend, too. Woot! I love going to these; the energy is so amazing.

Otherwise, it will be the usual Saturday of cleaning, laundry, reading, and napping.

On Sunday, I have NCIS: Los Angeles "Under Seige":

Hetty goes rogue, leaving the NCIS team completely in the dark, and the mole kidnaps one of the agents.
Have a great weekend!

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Your obsession is not amusing to us

Oh, last night's Arrow episode was good. The return of Laurel, of course, wasn't really Laurel and Felicity was very quick to figure she was a bad guy. And a fabulous reviewer I love pointed out that this is finally starting to rebuild Olicity after ripping them apart.

Let's get a close up of Oliver not able to take his eyes off of Felicity, eh?

And there was some arguing with a leeeetle sexual tension tossed in:

And we have the lovely quandary of get-the-Big-Bad-Guy or save-the-woman-you-love question:

Which is never a question for Oliver. It's always Felicity.

And then ending with some more major eye contact.

As my favorite reviewer says: 

Ah, we're just going to be on this roller coaster until the end of the season, I tell you.

Nothing on TV for me tonight. I'll probably read and then go to bed.

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

May have misjudged the height a little

I've been kinda stalled out on my reading the last few days but I think I'll be breaking that. I'll be starting LOST SOULS by Kelley Armstrong. A novella in her Cainsville series.

The disappearing hitchhiker is one of the hoariest urban legends, and no one knows that better than Gabriel Walsh, a lawyer who grew up on folklore and myth. When Patrick—author of books on the supernatural—brings him the case of a hitchhiking woman in white who vanished on a country road after accepting a ride from a businessman, Gabriel knows the Cainsville elder is just trying to wheedle into his good graces. But Gabriel is a man in need of a mystery, one that will get him back into someone else’s good graces. His investigator, Olivia Taylor-Jones, has blown town supposedly on a simple vacation. But when she left there was a rift between them and...he misses her. Gabriel is well aware the only thing Olivia loves more than a good mystery is a weird one, and this hitchhiker case more than fits the bill. As Gabriel digs into the case, though, he’s forced to face ghosts of his own and admit that the woman in white isn’t the only one who has lost her way.
Published in 2016, it has 151 pages.

What else is going on ... hmmm .... think think think....I know there was something .... waaaaaiiiiit.....


 "Who Are You?"

Oliver worries that Prometheus is right and he is truly a killer at heart, so he looks for a ray of hope and finds it in what seems to be the miraculous return of Laurel Lance. However, Felicity, still reeling from Detective Malone's murder, is bent on revenge and wants to stop Prometheus at any cost. Meanwhile, Diggle fights for his life in prison.

So yeah, it's been a while since we've had a new episode.

It's been, what, 6 or 8 weeks. Yowza.

That's what I'll be doing. Steve won't be going to shooting. Actually his legs look really a lot better.

 I may have convinced him to just do a half day tomorrow (he does love to sleep in) but he's improved big time.

Have a lovely evening!

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Has anyone seen Fluffy?

Curse of Oak Island on tonight "Presidential Secrets":
Rick heads to the Franklin D. Roosevelt library to learn why the late President was obsessed with Oak Island.
Otherwise, the usual type day:

  • Walk the dogs
  • Work
  • Dinner
  • TV
  • Read
  • Bed.
Here's some memes from my Facebook page:

Have a great day

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster