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The guy at Arby's forgot to ask me if I wanted Arby's sauce, and of course I forgot to ask, so there was no Arby's sauce with my roast beef sandwich and potato cakes.

However, I am highly resourceful and remembered that I had two packets of Mild sauce from Taco Bell left from earlier this week. As it turns out that, while the taste is not nearly the same, it is still acceptable. Mild sauce from Taco Bell tastes better on a roast beef sandwich than on potato cakes.

This also goes to show that I've been eating a bit too much fast food this week. It's a healthy week, I swear.

Eh, finals = I can eat fatty food.

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In other news, whenever I got to pick up where I left off in my "West Wing" viewing...I always forget where I left off. I started on Season 4, Episode 3, "College Kids" and I've definitely seen it. Recently. Possibly twice. Recently.

Last I remember, the election had over (obviously, the president won), Senator Wyatt was pregnant and had been reelected, and Sam had shot himself in the foot by saying he'd run for the California seat of that dead guy that won with Will as campaign manager.

Yeah...I guess I'll be sifting through episode synopses on tv.com.

[I think I'm on Season 4, Episode 9, "Swiss Diplomacy" but I will confirm later...so that in three months when I go to watch West Wing again, I'll know where I was.]

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Note to self: Don't forget to watch CSI tonight. I've missed it for the past two weeks...because I suck. This is why I need TiVo.

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cicigreen
Apr. 28th, 2006 02:16 am (UTC)
Did you watch CSI tonight? It was excellent. All the things I love about CSI.

Well, except that Warrick was only in one scene. But, there was sexual tension! Or at least it seemed like there was until the blood was revealed.

Damn.
gailmarie
Apr. 28th, 2006 02:22 am (UTC)
I agree! I giggled with Nicky was complaining and Warrick was being the supportive lover good friend and listening to him bitch.

I missed the very last bit, though, because I was on the phone. I saw where the one bridesmaid pushed the mother-in-law into the statue, and they had basically decided that each of the bridesmaids had some part it in. There weren't any crazy twists at the end, right?
cicigreen
Apr. 28th, 2006 02:25 am (UTC)
Nope. The team came to investigate them (Sara, Gil, Nick, and Greg) and the Chief asked who wanted to go first. Gil just said "Doesn't matter, you'll find our stories are all the same."

Kinda lame, but good, because they are a solid team. And even though they fucked up, they still caught the "bad guy" and solved the case.

Love that show!

I really liked the way each walked through the flower tunnel, each with their own perspective. Greg is hysterical!
gailmarie
Apr. 28th, 2006 02:31 am (UTC)
Greg was quite funny. Reminded me of the Faye Dunaway episode when he got all into her book the the old Vegas lifestyle.

The show is just so good!
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