This is a family that was on Nanny 911, the precursor to Supernanny, which airs on Wednesday nights. While Supernanny is a better production and leaves out some of the dopey American-isms of stupidity (such as the opening scene with a much older nanny head whose television showing the family and their issues turns around into a painting on the wall), this show has its value. These families are clueless or don't bother to try and definitely need help. This family is an exception in that the mother couldn't care less what the monsters do and will do anything to mollify them. The father is more consistent and definitely takes a much more disciplinary stance, but the mother undermines it at every step of the way. The two boys are so unbelievably rude, I'd've killed them where they stood. The little girl only wanted a moment of attention and was not doing anything negative, and the mother was awful to her. The nanny, Nanny Stella, spent the first day observing. When she sat d…
I have a handful of shows, most of them rather similar:
Monday - "Castle", "Pawn Stars" Tuesday - "Body of Evidence" Wednesday - "Criminal Minds" Thursday - "Bones", "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" (but I am thinking it will be good if "Private Practice" is not renewed for the 2011-12 season) Friday - Saturday - nothing Sunday - "Celebrity Apprentice" (that just ended three days ago)
Now that the 2010-11 season is ending, more than half of these shows are off. Now there is nothing to watch. Summer shows are at a premium. Let me see... it looks like "Drop Dead Diva" will be returning on 19 June; "Eureka" returns on 11 July (that's not too long a wait...); "White Collar" returns on 7 June; and I can't think of any other summer-airing shows I watch.
People play games. Children play games. Sometimes adults acting like
children play games. Facebook people play games. All God's chillun play
games. What kind of games do YOU play? The Games Meme
1. What was your favorite outside game as a child? Hmmm. I'm not sure. I played by myself and with others. We lived in an apartment complex and it wasn't as much fun as it would have been to play in a house. I guess I liked "Let's Pretend" games - cops and robbers, pirates, wilderness explorers, that kind of thing.
2. What is your board game of choice? I liked Sorry! when I was a young kid. Now I like Ur: Ancient City of Sumeria. I haven't played it in a long time, though, but it is a good game. Another great board game is Othello, which is not like your standard game... it has pieces that are white on one side and black and the other, and you flip them over when you get several in a row by putting one colour on one end and then putting another on the end. I …