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23 November 2005 @ 08:55 pm
Review, "Rockabye", 11/22/05  


This week's review is brought to us by the letters 'A' and 'S' and the number '6'. Unfortunately no, Super Grover couldn't be with us today.



However, joining us instead today is Guest Reviewer Dad.



I love watching SVU with my Dad. Except he really doesn't see the subtext. It's sad, really. But oh well.

Summary of Episode:

A hooker in the midst of her boring work hears a girl screaming in the next room in the hotel she frequents. When she knocks on the door, a kid in army green runs past her and the hooker calls 911 for the girl she finds beaten on the floor. During the investigation, detectives discover that the girl is 16 and pregnant and that her father--Sully from "Third Watch"--is looking for her. She apparently came to NY for an abortion while selling it to her dad as a trip to see friends and check out schools. The baby...fetus...whatever...dies as a result of the beating. Further investigation implicates the girl in the planning of the beating. And then we get the joy of The Great Abortion Debate as played out by Arthur Branch, Liz Donnelly, and Annie Potts as Defense Attorney Sophie Devere with Casey Novak as the King's Pawn.


DiNovia's Content Commentary:

Ahhh...the writer's are mixing it up a bit! Instead of Olivia hopping in the back of an Ambulance during the teaser, she hops into it near the end of Act One! Anyone want to guess how many Ambulances Liv's been in this season? I'm going to start tracking this. LOL A

Wow. St. Vincent's sure does have a State of the art Security System, doesn't it? And a super quick turnaround time for being seen. I live in Bum Fuck Nowhere and when I go to the ER, I sit in a gurney out in the open, waiting for someone to notice me. Sometimes for hours! And yet she got in, changed, seen by a nurse, and left alone long enough to steal clothing all by the time Liv got through the interview with Smarmy hotel manager guy! I'm impressed! I'm also impressed with the Security cameras at St. Vincent's. If I want my picture taken at my ER, I have to bring my own camera or go to x-ray. S

"Golden Promise"? What's that? The name of the hair dye used to destroy Casey Novak's hair? Oh, it's an ABSTINENCE promise! I see. Here's a thought: instead of asking children to sign contracts that they are not mature enough to understand let alone abide by, why don't we EDUCATE them! SEX EDUCATION! WHAT A NOVEL IDEA! A

Okay, I know I'm a Stickler for Accuracy AS, particularly where two things are concerned: legal procedure and medically-related information. It was I, if you recall, who nearly lost it at the end of "911" when Olivia dug up a living child who'd been buried in a trash bag. (That's some garden you've got there, ma'am. Brings new meaning to the word 'nursery'.) Therefore you will forgive my screaming for the following: girl is found in the back of a car, blood all over the seat. Doc says a massive blood clot from a liver lac burst and if the detectives hadn't found her when they did, Lauren would have died.

Um...no. Take a look at this.



The above shows the blood supply to the common Human liver. Notice the presence of the hepatic artery, the hepatic vein, and the portal vein. See how large they are and how their branches cover the main body of the liver? Livers are notoriously difficult to deal with, particularly in internal bleeding situations. Watch some "Trauma: Life in the ER" if you doubt me. They're always airlifting "liver lacs" to trauma units on that show. So.....if the detectives had found Lauren before the blood clot burst, yes, our darling Lauren "I'm too stupid to take off my watch when I hit myself" Westley might have lived. She would have had a good shot at survival actually. Especially with the right surgeon. However, with the amount of blood supposedly found in the back of the car, the length of time it had to have taken to transport Lauren to the hospital via ambulance, and her slight build and weight...well Lauren should be a ghost. Why is it that people are surviving what are obviously fatal injuries on this show while we are expected to believe that a SINGLE GUNSHOT TO THE RIGHT SHOULDER "killed" Alex Cabot?

How many times did someone ask Lauren if Wayne raped her before she finally answered? I was ready to beat the little bitch myself. Just answer the damned question already!! Jesus!

Oh. Joy. Rapture. Elliot Stabler has one session with a psychiatrist, cries three or four tears about a freakin' diorama, and suddenly he's Dr. Phil. /rolling eyes Hey, Elliot? Ever hear the phrase "Physician, heal thyself"? Go home and repair your relationship with your wife before you wander around giving unsolicited parenting advice to chubby daddies, okay?

Arthur Branch is like the scum that one might find in the bottom of the slimiest scum pond. AS

Casey Novak asking Judge Donnelly to recuse herself because of her personal politics regarding the abortion issue. O_o

Casey Novak asking Judge Donnelly to recuse herself because of her personal politics regarding the abortion issue while standing two steps above her on the stairwell. O_o!!

Casey Novak blackmailing Judge Donnelly and throwing the "friend" card out at the same time. WTF??

Though I could listen to Donnelly saying "You can tell your boss to go screw himself" over and over for the rest of my life. Never.gets.old. LOLOL

Guest Reviewer Dad Weighs In: "They are trying to hit every hot button topic in one show! Activist judges, Abortion, Abstinence, Women's Rights, Gender Equality Under the Law... The writers don't tire easily, do they?" A

Oh, and a side note thanks to shaych_03. It was Alex Cabot that was Miss Political Ambition 2000-2003, not Casey Novak. Alex wanted to be governor. She was the one concerned with the political ramifications of her work, who openly admitted to using her post in Sex Crimes as a stepping stone up the political ladder. As far as I know, Casey has had only one motive in her work in Sex Crimes thus far: justice for the victims. Her most overtly political case was "Goliath" and even then it was to expose what the US military was doing to its own. Something that would have destroyed any real political Ambitions she might have had. Therefore, Judge Donnelly's Admonition to Casey re: playing politics with the law was completely mis-aimed. A

Casey did the right thing and won another case! In front of Petrovsky! Joy!!

Hot button issue number six: Pharmacists that refuse to fill prescriptions or sell drugs that they find to be against their moral conscience! A group of people that I feel will have a special room in Hell specifically tailored to their needs. 6

Anyone else Sweating it out when Arthur showed up in court after he Sandbagged Casey's deal with Sophie? I thought for sure she was about to go down in Serena-Southerlyn-style flames. Ask Guest Reviewer Dad... I was actually talking to the writers out loud. And yes, it did include the word "fucktards". Oh, the Suspense! (Thanks purplekudzu!) S

And yes, kiddies, Arthur Branch is Casey Novak's bitch! LOL Case in point:

AB: ::bearing down on Casey in court, looking very intimidating and very pudgy:: "[blah, blah, blah--something like WTF, Novak?]"
CN: ::standing there with Olivia right damn behind her, protecting her...um...assets:: "[blah, blah, blah--something having to do with the doctor]"
AB: ::backing.the.fuck.down.--sorta:: "Well, I may be pro-life but I'm more pro-law. Arrest the doctor."

Though I would have to call their whole episode's worth of interaction a tie. Which--according to shaych_03--means the score is now Casey 2, Branch 0, Tie 1. :D Casey's still winning!

DiNovia's Other Commentary:

10:24pm Casey Novak on screen! And boy, is she pissed! My father says she was pissed "for the wrong reasons". I say she was pissed because she and Olivia are trying to get pregnant and to be faced with someone who would end an unwanted pregnancy through such violence enraged her. Of course in the Subtext to English Dictionary, what I actually said to my father was: "Oh, I think it was for the right reasons. I just don't think it was for the reasons you think it was for." LOL Subtext Squee #1 S

May I take just another moment here to push the hair weasels into a pool filled with double-edged razor blades suspended in lemon Jello express once again my deep disappointment that Casey Novak is still sporting the Crayola Yellow hair? Please bring back the red tresses. I am about to get out my Klingon bat'telth begging you. This is not the complaint of a lone loony something to be taken lightly, I assure you. Does Ms. Neal not have any control over what thumbless Neanderthals are allowed to touch her hair a say in this? I suggest you bring back the red before we start mailing boxes of red hair dye to your office...with the caps on the bottles removed right away. Did you not learn your lesson when Mariska publicly called you out on her own online forum with Ms. Hargitay's hair? Do you really want to worry about Lime Koolaid in your showerheads to face two angry women suffering from permanent bad hair days? Fuckers I should think not. Go piss up a rope and die Thank you for your time.

The Addition of the Absent Sister who got pregnant and was thrown out of the house by Daddy Sully was a bit convenient, yes? Did the kid pick up that plot line with the turkey sandwich and the rose at the corner store? AS

Is Annie Potts half-Pygmy or is Diane just.that.tall? Crikey! I thought I was going to have to start calling Annie "Counselor Oompa Loompa".

WARNER! Warner on the stand! With her long, beautiful hair and that oh-so-smooth complexion and...and... O_o! OMG, that's an x-ray of a fetus with a cracked skull! That'll suck the eyecandy out of any scene, I don't care who you are. ::blink blink::

Pop Quiz! When Arthur Branch approached Casey in court after she gave the defense the gift of the clinic nurse, Olivia Benson--who was standing right behind Casey--was thinking which of the following:

A) "Whatever you have to say to her, you say to me too, you overgrown gasbag. And don't even think of firing her!"
B) "Oh shit! Casey's in trouble now. What can I do to make it up to her? I know! A bubble bath and champagne. Followed by hot monkey sex of course. But that was a given."
C) "God! Casey's ass looks fantastic in those slacks! Damn!"
D) "That's right, you freakishly tall Republican mouthpiece! I'm your star ADA's lesbian lover. Fold that up until it's all sharp corners and shove it somewhere painful! Now, you were about to say?"
E) All of the above.


Answer: E
Subtext Squee #2! S

Really, just a small question: the legal description of the death of the fetus was "an unjustified Abortional act"... Is "Abortional" even a word? Okay, maybe two small questions. When exactly would beating a pregnant girl until she Aborted an unwanted pregnancy be a "justified Abortional act"? I don't think the word "unjustified" was precisely what they were looking for there. A

When Arthur said to "Arrest the doctor" did you think Casey was going to go with Olivia to do that? I was a little shocked myself. Right until Subtext Squee set in, then I was all fuzzy with visions of them doing that every week. Like Cagney and Lacey. Only younger. And hotter. And...not. Subtext Squee #3! S

I'd like to actually compliment the writers. No, really. Stop looking at me like that. Seriously. The subject matter of this episode SCREAMED for one of our weekly visits to the "Holiska is Heterosexual" and "Babies for Benson" Coalitions. And yet, you didn't go there. For that I am thankful. You did, however, go to the Subtext-a-Palooza--not once but THREE times. And for that, I SQUEE! S

Aside on the Teaser for Next Week's Ep: Um...is this the ep where we find out that Olivia is Sydney Bristow's older sister? When Olivia goes "off the radar", it's time for us to get out our SharkJump Spotting Binoculars. Really. It is.

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and one thing that I am profoundly thankful for is the laughter and happiness that these silly little reviews bring to you all. Those who comment every week and those who lurk. I am so pleased that they make you laugh. That's the highest compliment I could ever receive. I am also thankful for all of you, because you bring so much into my life. Happy Thanksgiving! /mushy stuff.

Final Thoughts from Guest Reviewer Dad: "I think that fake abortion clinics who intentionally delay abortions after their attempts to counsel the abortion-seeker fail should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for they are perpetrating fraud on those women. It's not what the episode was about really, but I feel strongly about that."

Okay, so this was a pretty solid episode. Everyone but Huang was in it (though they could have used his expertise, I'm sure). A political hot button episode was kept relatively calm by the writers. Casey won in court, did the right thing, and got to blackmail Liz Donnelly. Not to mention forced Arthur into a tie in another argument. Annie Potts did an excellent job as Counselor Oompa Loompa, Skipp did a wonderful job as Pudgy Daddy Cranky, and the casting directors actually cast teenagers to play teenagers. The writers kept to one topic field, if not to one topic alone. Everything was fairly coherent. And there was enough subtext to choke a horse.

Not a bad episode. Again, lacking certain bells and whistles, but beggars can't be choosers this season.

DiNovia's Rating:



It would have gotten three Limes of Loveliness for being a solid episode but I think I will just go ahead and subtract one lime for every episode that Casey is blonde.

And if that doesn't get someone to change their ways, I will find the email address for the hair/makeup department and shall commence with "Plan B".

::Nods.::



Twoodles.

DiNovia
 
 
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penny_grrl on November 24th, 2005 02:23 am (UTC)
Your weekly reviews are definitely on my list of things to be thankful for tomorrow (and always, for that matter). My roommate now thinks that I am completely off my rocker because I sit in front of my computer and laugh like a maniac each week.

I agree about this being a pretty solid ep and definitely squee at the wonderful subtexty-ness. For the first time in a month I actually understood the damn plot line. Did you notice that Liv and Casey were both wearing the exact same style shirt at one point, just in different color variations? Love it!

I'd be curious to know more of your thoughts on the teaser for next week. Just how out of context do you think the 'dismissed' comment by Cragen was taken in order for the obligatory shock value?
seftiri: C/O Yay MOOseftiri on November 24th, 2005 02:35 am (UTC)
Awwww. Thank you! I'm so glad you enjoy my little reviews! :)

I'd be curious to know more of your thoughts on the teaser for next week. Just how out of context do you think the 'dismissed' comment by Cragen was taken in order for the obligatory shock value?

I think it was taken very out of context. Well, I do now. When I first saw it, my jaw dropped. Then Guest Reviewer Dad said "Dismissed from a meeting! A meeting! Or something! If Cragen was going to fire Olivia, he wouldn't say 'Dismissed' and he wouldn't do it right there in the squad room thingy place..."

And I calmed down. But still...the shock value worked on me. ;)
Backwards Girl: Almost Evilfight_back83 on November 24th, 2005 02:31 am (UTC)
Ah, the beautiful subtext of this episode. I'll admit it, I squealed. Then almost yelled when I thought Casey was gonna get fired. There was a general exclamatory theme, apparently. I'm so very, very glad I live alone.

As always, your reviews make me laugh like a lunatic (and then pray my neighbors aren't home, thin walls and such). I do believe I will begin, officially, wearing my tie-dyed lime green and purple cap every time I read them.

seftiri: Like Thisseftiri on November 24th, 2005 02:40 am (UTC)
I do so love the subtexty episodes! They really help my writing! :)

I am so glad my reviews make you laugh! And the addition of the lime and purple cap? Priceless.

I'm wearing my Limer tee at the moment. I sorta consider it a uniform for the writing of these things. :D After all, it sometimes takes me about 6 hours to write one. LOL

Shut up and smile: Rogue lipsmorningafter2 on November 24th, 2005 02:44 am (UTC)
*Grin* It's nice to know the shock factor of next week's preview worked on someone besides me.

As always, your reviews make me roar with laughter. I literally have to play a CD very loudly so my parents don't come in thinking I've totally lost it.

I was actually swearing at the TV during certain parts of the episode. Literally, swearing. Both the good and the bad kind. I don't know why, but I was. I'm just not very good at keeping my thoughts to myself. And when I swear, I don't hold anything back. Even my dad was looking at me like I'd grown a second head, put on my kid brother's Superman costume, and announced that I was going to try and walk across the equator.

"Abortional" doesn't sound like it should be a word, does it? But it is. Go figure. It's kind of like the plural of 'culdesac' being 'culsdesac'. Only it makes a bit more sense.
seftiri: Mar Grinseftiri on November 24th, 2005 03:05 am (UTC)
My goodness, but I do learn something new every day. ::nakes mental note of 'culsdesac'::

I'm glad my little reviews give you so much pleasure. :D

And if you ever do don the Superman costume and attempt the Great Equator Crossing, will you be selling tickets? 'Cuz I'd buy one! ;)

:D
Shut up and smile: Cameron Laughmorningafter2 on November 24th, 2005 03:18 am (UTC)
I learned about 'culsdecac' from Gilmore Girls reruns, actually. ^_^;;;

*grin* Me in my brother's Superman costume would be quite a sight - he's still a foot shorter than me. But if I ever do, you can bet I'll sell tickets. Might as well make money from my humiliation.
(Anonymous) on November 24th, 2005 02:50 am (UTC)
whoa
I've been lurking, reading your reviews for god knows how long, and they always crack me up. Once to the point where I fell off my chair. But where is this forum where Hargitay explains the travesty that is her hair? Could you provide the link please?

And if the above wasn't enough to freak you out, my friends and I refer to wednesday as "Casey Love" day.
seftiriseftiri on November 24th, 2005 03:00 am (UTC)
Re: whoa
I actually got it from someone on my flist. Here's the link to her post. It really is funny!

http://www.livejournal.com/users/gotmariska602/26137.html

I am so happy that my reviews are so well loved! And I am extremely flattered by "Casey Love Day". :D It sounds so much better than just Wednesday. :)
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seftiri: my fandom rumsfeldseftiri on November 24th, 2005 04:46 am (UTC)
I am so so happy that you find my reviews so entertaining. Every week I think "oh no, I will never be able to be funny about SVU again" and every week I seem to prove myself wrong. LOL

And my dad thanks you for his props! I didn't tell him that he was Guest Reviewer Dad until I asked him to send me a photo of himself. You shoulda seen the look on his face.

"For your BLOG?" he asked. LOLOLOLOL Coulda knocked him over with a feather. But I think it made him feel kinda loved too. LOL

shayshaych_03 on November 24th, 2005 03:53 am (UTC)
the sesame street thing? teh_funny.

you may want to add a lime (re: the caps i sent) :D

this ep was squeetastic. i quite enjoyed it. it was *that* much better the second, third and fourth time i saw it (captacular)

the blonde... at least it's not *white* blonde. i can deal with ObviousBlonde aka Crayola Canary Blonde.

but it is TRES strange to be capping and spot expressions that you KNOW you have caps of with the red hair... it's like... is she wearing a wig?! O_o

anyway, you made me laugh so hard i nearly fell off my couch (a feat, i assure you, as there is a tv tray in front of me)

next week: Olivia gets time off to boink her lover... er... whatever.
seftiri: Like Thisseftiri on November 24th, 2005 04:50 am (UTC)
The color is really starting to bug me. I would have probably been okay with it until I heard that TLG doesn't like it either and then that just made me mad.

Glad the review made you laugh! I kinda chuckled myself at my use of visual aids for this one out. But that whole liver lac thing just BEGGED for an easel and a laser pointer. ;)

next week: Casey saves her lover from certain DOOM! ::insert maniacal laughter here::

;)
shayshaych_03 on November 24th, 2005 04:53 am (UTC)
LOL and then they will ride off into the sunset together and have hot monkey love :D
TrueXena: Cooler 3truexena on November 24th, 2005 04:12 am (UTC)
Ahhh, thank ye muchly for the review. My family thanks you as well, cuz now I can get some of the T-day preperations done. ;o)

You can ask shaych_03 how distraught I was after viewing this episode. Though she did have me wait a whole hour, till she finished watching the ep before I could vent. I was sure Blowhard was gonna fire Casey right there infront of Oliva.

I agree with your dad about the fake abortion clinics. I knew about the peeps refusing to fill 'day after' pills, but had no clue these type of clinics existed.

As for the teaser, I agree with your dad again. It's totally taken out of context, and nobody is getting fired. Besides, unlike L&O where they can change ADA's, their minions, and the main detectives of the show every half a season and still be on the air. L&O SVU would die a dismal death if they got rid of the main Detectives.

All that said, thanks again for the review.
seftiri: C/O Yayseftiri on November 24th, 2005 04:53 am (UTC)
Glad to help you get to your preparations on time. LOL

Oh, and I too had no idea about those fake abortion clinics. How sucky is that??

You're welcome for the review. I hope it lived up to your expectations! :D

Lisa: kirockcliffchic81 on November 24th, 2005 01:07 pm (UTC)
But I like Super Grover!

Enjoyed as always and am totally rethinking having read this yesterday when I have now been awake half the night and bored out of my mind *and getting sick* It would have made me feel better, not that rereading it didn't.

Can I offer my assistance with the mailing of hair color...lol. Loved that paragraph.

I shouldn't have watched this episode in reality, I'm too damn stubborn and opinionated on certain stuff. But I enjoyed it none the less.
seftiri: Dreamseftiri on November 24th, 2005 02:21 pm (UTC)
Oh, I love Super Grover! LOL I was disappointed he couldn't join us for the review. ;)

I hope you're feeling better today! :( Though I am glad you enjoyed the review. :)

I think the episode was solid and did a good job keeping the rhetoric from both sides of the abortion debate to a minimum. Thank God. LOL
Danielle: Mariska and Diane - Hee!dani_ellie on November 24th, 2005 01:13 pm (UTC)
AB: ::bearing down on Casey in court, looking very intimidating and very pudgy:: "[blah, blah, blah--something like WTF, Novak?]"
CN: ::standing there with Olivia right damn behind her, protecting her...um...assets:: "[blah, blah, blah--something having to do with the doctor]"


*dies*!

I thought for sure he was going to at the very least suspend her for that. And then I was going to be eight kinds of annoyed and all, "WHY DIDN'T I HEAR ABOUT THIS BEFOREHAND??!" But she is just that cool. ;)

Is Annie Potts half-Pygmy or is Diane just.that.tall?

It's a wee bit of both. Annie Potts is 5'3" (yes, I totally just looked that up...go me). ;) Though, Annie's taller than me, so I can only imagine that Diane would completely dwarf me. Which is kinda cool. Heeee.

Thanks for making me laugh, dearest. I *heart* the strike-throughs SO MUCH.
seftiri: Mar Joyful Heartseftiri on November 24th, 2005 02:26 pm (UTC)
I am so glad you enjoyed it, dear! I had much fun with this review. LOL

As for Annie Potts' height and your height and DN dwarfing you...if it makes you feel any better, I'm 5'8.5" and I think she would dwarf *me*...even though she claims to be 5'9". I think she's a wee bit off. On the low side. LOL

I love making you laugh! So squee!!
Danielle: Casey - Smilingdani_ellie on November 24th, 2005 02:39 pm (UTC)
I had much fun with this review. LOL

Hehe, I can tell. :D


if it makes you feel any better, I'm 5'8.5" and I think she would dwarf *me*

Hee! I'm used to people dwarfing me because I'm teeny (5' on the nose!) but can you imagine someone trying to line up a picture with her and me? o_O
1sexysmirk on November 25th, 2005 04:46 am (UTC)
Wow. This was the first one of these reviews I've read, and I'm so glad I found it!

That paragraph on the hair color had me crying, I was laughing so hard. Well, the whole thing was just hilarious!

Thanks for making my Turkey Day so thankful!

BTW, I'm 6'1", and I think you're right- DN is taller than 5'9". But I also thought MH was taller than 5'8". So, whatever.

BTW2: I've always loved Casey and seen the subtext, but reading your (yours?) and Shay's stuff is making me lean even more towards O/C. (Still love my Alex, though)

Actually, since I never watched Angel, I've been picturing Stephanie as Kate in RIFTUB. SM/DN... soooo hoootttt! And now I'm waaayyy off topic so I'll stop.
seftiri: All Smilesseftiri on November 25th, 2005 12:23 pm (UTC)
I'm glad you liked the review. I've actually reviewed every episode this season and you can find the other reviews by clicking the review tag, if you're interested. :)

I'm also glad you like mine and Shay's C/O works! That makes me all asquee!

Happy Thanksgiving!
lime_magazine on November 25th, 2005 04:51 am (UTC)
ahh yes ...
Wonderful! gosh, after thanksgiving with my family...I needed that. ok...what's really weird is I was watching the show w/ my dad too but, surprise, surprise, he fell sleep. I was like dad wtf. this was the best epi ever! *this season* blackmailing Donnelly and in the same breath calling her "Elizabeth," telling Branch to go f$#& himself in a round about way, and oh so many Casey/Liv moments. The mans not even that old! God dad! any way sorry.
On another note, I was so positive branch was going to have his cow right there in the court room.
Branch: You're fired.
Casey: Is this because I'm a lesbian?
Olivia: *whistles uncomfortably, pretends to look at watch, shuffles feet.*
Branch:*yes* No!

PS. when you get that number for those hair baboons let me know I have a few choice words.
\\\
PPS. sorry i wrote so mch
seftiri: LMAOseftiri on November 25th, 2005 12:25 pm (UTC)
Re: ahh yes ...
I'm so glad you liked the review! I had particular fun with the visual aids this time out. I really wanted an easel and a laser pointer for the liver lac explanation but c'est la vie!

I will certainly let everyone know as soon as I implement "Plan B" of my Attack on the Killer Hair Weasels as I will need all of you to help. :)

And feel free to comment as much as you like. Really. I love to read. And comments are like crack. ;)
purplekudzu on November 25th, 2005 06:24 pm (UTC)
The Letter S: Squeetastic!
That is my review of your review. Double squee for getting a mention in your review.

I HEART Grover! He was always my favorite.
Hehe..."golden promise"...in my high school, it was the "true love waits" campaign. I signed the little card, thinking the whole time "it just says I can't have sex with a BOY before marriage....and since that's not gonna ever happen anyway..."

I thought I was going to have to start calling Annie "Counselor Oompa Loompa". Um yeah...I'm 5'1...I've been called an Oompa Loompa. LOL.

LOVE the Pop Quiz, and all the answers! *giggles lots*

Yay for another fabulous review and for an episode of SVU that was more like those episodes we used to know and love.
seftiri: Mar Grinseftiri on November 25th, 2005 11:33 pm (UTC)
Re: The Letter S: Squeetastic!
Thank you, dear! I'm so glad you liked it!

And I have to confess that the Pop Quiz was one of my favorite additions to this review. Perhaps we shall see more of them. LOL

:D