I should be studying for my 19th Century Art exam (which is going to be super hard and I will most likely get a C), but the Emmy preshow is on. And next is the second Emmy preshow. And then there's the actual award show.
So theoretically, I should have studied earlier. But earlier today, I was at Disney.
So I should have studied last night, and I was intending on it, because I thought my roommates were going to go out again...but then they didn't. And I didn't want to be anti-social (because we had a couple out-of-town guests), so I hung around with them.
Then yesterday during the day, the UCF football game (the first one in the new stadium) was on ESPN. And I had to watch. Because it's kinda a HUGE deal around here and I didn't want to be the only one to not watch. (We only lost by 3 to Texas, which is awesome, because they are 6th in the nation and we're...not.) And before that, I had gone to see The Brave One.
On Friday, I had class, then watched "Dr. Zhivago" (the British version with Keira Knightley) to celebrate the end of the week. Later that night, we all went out...so there were several hours of a full apartment getting ready and pregaming and studying would have been distinctly impossible.
The day before was full of classes and grocery shopping and Cowboys at night...so really...when was I supposed to study?
(The clear answer is: right now and turn off the Emmys, but fuck that.)
The upside, the ladies on the red carpet are all looking very good. Highlights:
- Tina Fey (super adorable)
- Kate Walsh (in an amazing red dress)
- Ellen and Portia both look incredible
- Jenna Fischer has a really pretty dress
- Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a really nice purple
- Rachel Griffiths who's sporting an excellent black dress and the sweet aussie accent
Honorable mention for the men, William H. Macy has a really good look going on. It's a little "debonair in the 1870s," but nice. And Neil Patrick Harris is smokin' in all black Prada. HOT!
Dudes...the 4th Indy movie has a name: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
And, Kal Penn is joining the case of "House, M.D." as one of the new lackies (they're starting with a half-dozen or so and "kicking" them off).