Your Honor, I’m really looking forward to recapping this episode. I watched it twice and it was so good…
There’s no need. I’ve written it for you. Don’t edit anything. And leave out my name.
WHAT? You watched Episode 4 and recapped it? But how, Your Honor…
Your last recap reeked of a certain reptilian stench. Use my draft; I stayed up to write it. And no screen-captures this time.
But Your Honor! A recap is incomplete without screencaps! I already took 838…
Words should paint pictures; you don’t need images cluttering up your writing. But if you insist, then just TWO: one that makes you laugh and one that makes you cry.
Your Honor, please! I will lose all my readers! They will think I’m eccentric and leave in droves. Even my guest bloggers will flee and I’ll be the only…
Stop whimpering. A little solitude is not going to kill you.
Archidamus: She’s out?
Portia: Like a light.
Archidamus: Cool, let’s get cracking. Portia, you continue to keep watch. Signal if you hear anything.
Portia: How? I refuse to lose more bodily parts for this drama. I already lost one…
Archidamus: Just shush. You know it’ll grow back. Guard her closely and click or hiss if you see her stirring. Donalbain, you control the mouse.
Donalbain: Why do I always get assigned the most boring task?
Archidamus: Gertrude can’t possibly type and move the mouse at the same time. You know she’s petite.
Hortensius: What about me? What do I do?
Court is in session
The People v. Thunderbolt
The hearing will now begin. Are you, Thunderbolt, the author of this post which has caused undue and severe emotional distress to fans of the Korean drama, Protect the Boss?
Speak up, don’t mumble. And no one-word answers.
YES, I AM!
My Love (aka Lovers, 2007) is three love stories, or three and the half, if you consider that the leads are seven. Each story in the movie is separate from the rest, but all will converge on a day when Korea experiences a rare solar eclipse.