No, it's not a biographical piece on a one-hit white rapper. It's this week's episode of Alias, written and directed by Jeffrey Bell. While serving as Joss's co-executive producer during Angel's fifth season, he performed the same double duty on "The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco" and was director and co-writer of the fifth season finale "Not Fade Away." Should be interesting...
The Doctor: River Song, I could bloody kiss you! River: Oh well. Maybe when you're older.
The Doctor: Can I trust you, River Song? River: If you like. But where's the fun in that?
I'm gonna have to ask you to help me out here--I've never gotten into Vonnegut.
Cat's Cradle is the name of the book... Ice Nine. substance that froze at any temperature under one hundred degrees farenheit. Catalytically, and concantenatively. All water substances touching it. Touching a piece to your moist lips renders you as like doofus with the canary.
Piece of it falls into the ocean. Severe badness to the world ensues.
Also the source of the Bokononist religion.
I reccomend it, even though it's more of an introspective fable of horrors than a Sci-fi piece. A big Apocalypso tale.
Last Edit: Jan 19, 2005 21:32:49 GMT -5 by Matthew
Rajesh: Why don't you just have Robert E. Lee charge the line with Shiva and Ganesh?
Howard: Shiva and Ganesh? The Hindu gods against the entire Union army?
Leonard: And orcs!
Rajesh: Excuse me: Ganesh is the removal of obstacles, and Shiva is the destroyer. When the smoke clears, Abraham Lincoln will be speaking Hindi and drinking mint juleps.