12.08.2008

She wept here, she slept here

I swear I'll do a real post sometime soon. I was gonna write about the navy bean soup I made this weekend and about Thanksgiving and about Milk, but I'm not feelin' it.

So, in the meantime, young master Phil had never heard of Ann Jillian but was familiar with her turn as the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland. So, for a trip down memory lane, I give you two intros 80's sitcoms that sorta kinda made me queer(er).



9 comments:

Philip said...

I'd heard of her, but I when it comes to her body of work I'm a total blank. What astonishes me the most is that I've never seen these shows before! I've watched a lot-and I mean a LOT- of TV in my day...I thought I'd seen it all!
The theme song to It's a Living is bad, like really difficult to listen to. If it's any indication I can see why it wasn't a more popular show.

Matthew said...

Navy bean soup ftw!

Tennille said...

Wow - I totally remember Its a Living! It was on the same night as The Golden Girls! But I'm fairly certain the piano player was a different guy.

Anonymous said...

this made my day!

FitnessNerd said...

Oddly, "It's a Living" justpopped into my head the other day...how random!

I can't say I recall the other...

Earl Cootie said...

I watched Babes in Toyland just last week to see if it was as good as I thought it was when I was a tot. It so plus-ultra wasn't. Really one of the worst movies ever made. It was kinda funny at 2X speed though.

jeremy said...

I love that 2 of you were thinking of Ann Jillian in some way recently. And Earl, might I recommend one of Phil's favorites? Babes in Toyland with Keanu Reeves and Drew Barrymore.
Ain't my guy the coolest?

Anonymous said...

how 'bout that real post?

red said...

Ugh. I have been so lazy posting lately...you've done much better than I.
Let's see what I can come up with...I make you no promises, but I'll do my best.
xo.
-A