jadeblood chose these seven:
Because Erica Durance is the best thing about Crackville (um, Smallville), hands down. Nothing against the Chlarkers, although the Blana people can leave the premises.
A quote from the Animaniacs episode, "Meatballs or Consequences". The Warners are about to play a chess game with Death and they are making fun of the surreal atmosphere:
Yakko: All is strange and vague.
Dot: Are we dead?
Yakko: Or is this Ohio?
Plus, I live in Ohio, now... and it's not really that boring. Not really... I promise... :D
Kind of a private joke between me and mark_clark. When we were writing The Devil You Don't Know, I earned the name "Taskmaster." This is the actual Marvel character with that name. I pull him out whenever I need to whoop some @$$.
A series of panels from the highly mourned Nextwave by Warren Ellis. A parody of superhero team comics that made me howl with laughter every month for a year.
An icon from Star Trek IV by the awesome clioidae! (aka Hadrien Asbury, author of Sunspots) When she learned I shared her love for this movie, she made it for me!
Katchoo and David from Strangers in Paradise. I use it whenever I need to hug someone sadly. If you've read the series, you would know why this is such a bittersweet image. (Don't want to spoil that, because EVERYONE on my f-list should consider it required reading, lol)
Tired Ted and Robin from How I Met Your Mother. Barney is purposely boring them to tears with his overlong one-man play. I have many more Barney icons, but this is a great "exhausted" icon for those times I feel, uh, exhausted. :)
And now, for my last.fm artists of the week:
Is there anyone else on my f-list who shares my love for Danny Kaye? I picked up a bunch of his music last week, and played almost all of it right away! I'd never heard "I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts" before (except from Zazu in The Lion King), and it was great! Also have fallen in love with "Civilization (Bongo Bongo Bongo)" with the Andrews Sisters.
I also must include Flight of the Conchords in my latest list of musical obsessions. I'm thinking I must add both of these artists (and "novelty songs") to my interests ASAP.