Hello Fandom! This is Willow "I am absolutely convinced the rule about getting drunk is a trap" Rosenberg, reporting to you for WTFH where this week none of those letters stand for Purim because there is no W, T, F, or H in that word. Though you could make an H sound if you try doing that throat-cleary noise that some of our other words are made up with.
The news shall be quick tonight because I still have baskets to put together and anybody who thinks that I am throwing myself into the holiday just because my boyfriend is out of town and I only have so many coping mechanisms for this kind of abandonment is....
Yes, so, news!School!
Nothing. It's Spring break, which is the kind of horrible cruelty that tempts me to up my holiday-related drinking past the level of root beer, but luckily we all have Monday to look forward to.Dorms, which are dormy!Mac
makes Snickerdoodles which are absolutely not made of people unless said people are themselves made out of tofu. Jude
comes in and has a meet cute with the couch, which results in a long-lasting relationship where Jude makes pancakes on sticks and the couch allows Jude to have a place to sit while he eats them.Luke
watches Alton Brown on the television. Was Bourdain, Vampire Hunter on after? I'm dying to see that one. I hear he does interesting things with chopsticks. Tori
comes in and finds out that the Luke/Spring Break/Ethics class/Skywalker family situation more than rivals any soap opera that could be found on TV, unless the soap opera was named something like "Guess Who's Dad Is Not Only Not So Much Dead Anymore But Is Also In Charge of Your GPA." Or, as they call it on Telemundo, Mi vida es extraño
spent 12 hours playing video games, which clearly shows that he's an amateur at this. Billy - hi Billy! - comes in looking for Ami
but finds no luck or, for that matter, Ami. Tori
asks what's the up and finds out that Ami is either missing or has recently figured out how to become invisible.Valentine
is back and discovers that 6 hasn't left for a week, which gives me cognitive dissonance given that weeks have seven days in them and I feel there should be matchiness here. Liz
is abducted from her room and much as I do love the squirrels that work here I can't help but feel that one of them maybe should've tried the option of putting down their pencil and maybe attempting to stop the kidnapping. Does anyone know if Liz is okay?Sakurazaki
is surprised to wake up with Ranma who is a girl. Come talk to me when the word 'pony' is involved. Marie
is home again which - YAY!!!! Also Zuko is going because apparently he believes that one student enters and the other must leave. Annette
wakes up to find D... okay I am not reading the notes that are nothing but dirty jokes, people. I can't afford the FCC fines.Anders
hangs out in the garage and bumps into Alanna, hopefully not with anything stored in the garage because that would be ouchy. Ami
vanishes, which explains the earlier bit about people looking for her, though again invisibility is not ruled out here as an option. Particularly since Anders
later tries to see Isabel but can't, so clearly this is going around.Mel and Zuko
talked, and my note here says "by which we mean argued, by which we mean there may or may not have been bloodshed, by which we mean same old same old for Zuko and Mel." Chad
plays his loud guitar in a tune of "Summon Pippi Through Window." Annette
stops by to see if he's okay. Isabel
goes to see Peter of the Parker variety. Billy
is abducted as is John Connor
and - ack! Are we being invaded by trolls again? Stop talking to strange women! This does not end well!Parker
looks for stuff on her computer. Try the missing students. At this school they could totally be in there. Isabel
tells Parker and Jack she's going home tomorrow. Wouldn't the start of Spring Break been better for this? She also tells Greg
and if he needs any sympathy on the being without your snugglebuddy front, I am so there for him. Parker and Jack
are also not so thrilled to be Isabelless, and Jack
turns to space vodka and the company of Sam who is not a Winchester to help deal with it.
Finally, Marie and Jamie
compare Spring Breaks. I am not even going to try guessing which one of them had the weirder one. Town, which has a je ne sais TowninessLaura Roslin
returns home, as does Miss Frizzle
and Parker have a picnic. The twins
tinker at Sparky Repairs, and I applaud their alliteration. The post office
is open and Buffy
comes in, demanding her Cosmo. Do not
get in her way with that, she will totally turn those perfume samples into lethal weapons. And Anakin and Rose
meet up outside of the best apartment building in town.The Devil's Nest
is open, as is Dancing In The Street Because We Don't Allow It Here
. I'm told to add that Ellen has a love of disco, though I'm not sure if we're talking about the genre of music or possibly a new resident of Fandom. Also Cafe Fina
hears Avon calling, though it could be land sharks.
The clinic is quiet in the morning
but not so much at night when Dr. Wilson
brings in a hurt Anders and Bridge - oh no!! Take very good care of them, please! Also Nadia
is talking to her hand. This could be problematic if the hand is talking back or if the phrase "sockpuppet of love" comes into the equation.
we have two varieties of action and adventure! I'll take these alphabetically with number one being Aliens!
got abducted in the park and Pippi
found an invisible ship which, let's face it, is very
hard to do, but having found said ship which is related to all the people vanishing means that Pippi totally gets her rumble on. And Tori and Setsuna
fight aliens! As do Rose and Wade!
And Wade says it's time to stab everything with tentacles
which, frankly, considering the history of tentacles and Fandom I'd like to declare that it's always
time to do that, since tentacles seem to have a difficulty with behaving themselves.
Then we have the second round of excitement where Dr. Wilson and Mr. Phale
open up their house for visitors. Wyatt
asks if Mr. Phale knows magic and is then told that he's dumber than Faithful
but considering that this is Faithful we're talking about it's safe to say that Faithful's of the opinion that everyone
is dumber than him, except for possibly Faithful's clone.Nadia
arrives and is given tea, so you know this adventure is sponsored by a British person. Alanna
talks with Dr. Wilson about who's staying behind. Phoebe
thanks Dr. Wilson for his help - these things can be said with cookies, I find. Or gift baskets which I really have to get back to because boy you do not want these things around when Passover starts. Chris
talks with Dr. Wilson about a trip to Hell. Which one? Also you should really consider saving your frequent flier miles for a slightly better destination. Blair
arrives and he and Mr. Phale touch base about the situation. Bridge and Anders
show up and boy I wish I could go back in time and warn them to duck whatever thing it is that puts them in the clinic. Then again I'm sure Bridge and Anders wish they could do that too.Wyatt
tells Phoebe to be careful. Phoebe tells Wyatt to stop stating the obvious. Mr. Phale and Dr. Wilson
join everyone in the study, hopefully without ropes or candlesticks or lead pipes of any kind. Lana
wanders in and gets the date of upness regarding what's going on, and then Phoebe
starts a spell and then I don't have anymore notes because eep and spell and Hell trips and everyone had better be really
okay with this and the alien stuff because I'm already dealing with one missing person in my life and I don't need another!
Now to get back to those baskets. Good night Fandom!