[identity profile] imanaturalblond.livejournal.com
"Good evening, Fandom. Professor Ms. Rita Skeeter here, bringing you the few highs and many, many lows of the day, because you're all a melodramatic bunch.

In the dorms, where all boys and girls should be sleeping and not throwing melodramatic hissyfits.

Pippi listens to loud, emotional music in her room, as you teenagers are wont to do. Your lives are so difficult, after all. Liz proves this further by having a bad dream, poor thing. And Peter sends messages, which are not angst-ridden so it doesn't fit with the theme, but I'm required to report these things, you know.

Jaye and Cameron have a morning after talk, oh my. Not so much with the woe, but I'm sure that this will somehow upset someone else, given how people think the world revolves around them.

Angel broods, because he apparently got the memo about today. Unlike Chloe and Veronica, who go into town to see someone named after an insect, or something. Bizarre girls, those two. Whoever heard of an insect intelligent enough to communicate?

Little Miss Backtalky gets flowers. Perhaps these flowers are some sort of an apology from a lover of some sort. That seems to be going around today, after all.

Shep and Bel talk about their girlfriends and best pals in the gym, probably in some sort of overly-drawn out and desperately pathetic teenage way. Allie and Mac meet and talk amongst tortillas and muffins. Are they tortillas of angst and muffins of woe? Because, again, working with a theme today.

This morning, Anders made cupcakes...of sadness? Blair offered some sort of moral support before heading into town. Victor and Anders have some sort of incredibly secret chat. What is it, boys? National security? Sex advice? Or just some sort of idiotic day-to-day trial in the life of teenage boys? The world may never know. Cally demonstrates how toasters hate her, because the world is just that much conspired against you all, yes, and she and Anders prove as much, as they embark on a journey of self-serving woe that I honestly can't follow. Well. I probably could if I gave two Knuts. But I don't.

CJ unpacks, undoubtedly in a desperately sad fashion, and Shep skateboards into her. I shan't ask what the bloody hell a skateboard is. I've learned it's best not to. Archie writes a letter that I'll just assume is full of sorrow, and Walter and Victor have one of Those Talks. Which, while not sad, is dramatic and thus can be included without disclaimer.

And Alphonse plays with himself, which just sounds naughty.

In the gym, Angel gives Lyta a lesson on vampires, and then Blair dons a helmet to prepare for his dealings with Angel. Perhaps helmets deflect sadness and woe. I can only hope. And if so, please tell me where I might procure one, since today was undoubtedly the angstiest day I've encountered since coming to Fandom.

However, in vaguely not-tragic news, Callistie plays with a puppy, aww. And Kara and Anders spar, though I suppose that could certainly be a genuine cause for upset, rather than this ridicuously self-indulgent drama that you all seem to enjoy so very much.

And Parker does girly things with Isabel whilst being thoughtful, and then talks to Zero about some sort of mistake, or something. Again, such trials and tribulations. Also, Zero's bird seems to enjoy saying somewhat creepy things.

Phoebe talks to Angel about Belthazor and his various issues with codependancy and inability to let things go, and then they both confront him. It's all very poignant, though I rather like the random aspect of asking Piper to explode a knife. Fun for everyone, that.

In the second floor common room, Molly thinks that Jaye is obsessed with sex, Blair feeds twinkies to some sort of metal creature and then talks to Jaye about dating. And then Isabel bounces. Literally. These people - Blair, Isabel, Jaye and Molly. They seem to be immune to the utter angst. For that, I adore you all, and I have never met you.

Perhaps I spoke too, soon, though, as Rory, who is evidently desperately filled to the brim with unhappiness, asks Jaye about Cameron and this seems to spark confusion at the least. Rory then tells Parker that...what's this? Anakin's left? Oh, no. How very sad. In any case, this seems to be so very heartbreaking that they must take it out to the hallway. Once she returns, Rory deigns to allow Peter to interview her for my class. What a darling boy, working on his homework on a Sunday. Well done, Mr. Parker.

For some reason, there is a great deal of tension surrounding Kara and Parker. Probably some deep anguish of some sort. One looked at the other's boyfriend or stole her hair products or ate her cookie or something. You know. One of those tragic, life-ending things. Speaking of which, Cally is looking for a bed, since she's too sad to sleep in her own room. Or something. Again, I don't care. And Bridge, for some reason, has a dog attached to his shoulder for a bit.

Additionally, in the news of deep sadness, forlornness, heartbreak and melancholy, Cally leaves Anders a note, then unleashes her angst on Callistie, who is kind enough to share room to bunk during this crisis. Anders, on the other hand, cries himself to sleep. Oh, get over it. You people are pathetic.

In the town of minimal excitement, where people at least seem to be more upbeat...

Tommy sets new clinic rules and talks to Little MissBacktalky, who has pushily decided she shall be a clinic aide, or some other such idiocy.

That insect person mentioned earlier asks Chloe out. Why, Ms. Sullivan. I had thought you were normal. Ish.

Giles makes tea, Agatha spends the day hard at work, and Jarod makes a call to an old friend.

At the hotel, brunch is served. And at the theater, Cameron and Jaye get it on. Oh, I'm sorry. My notes were smudged. It seems they just talk. But with those two, it could go either way, really.

Dr. Troy is forced to deal with one of those odd mechanical things, and tragically, Caritas is closed.

And finally, in the clinic, Granny Weatherwax has a spot of confusion over the television - it's very strange, I know. My sympathies, ma'am - and Stark is all alone.

And that's it, tonight. Have fun crying into your pillows, listening to your dysphoric music with sophomoric lyrics, and generally believing the world is out to get you, boys and girls.

And also? John Crichton shoud most definitely anticipate being a jockstrap sometime in the near future. Goodnight, all!"
[identity profile] bridge-carson.livejournal.com
Bridge: Once again, ladies and gentlemen and assorted others of Fandom, it's ABC Damage Control bringing you the hows and whys and wheres of today's happenings!
Anders: And maybe even the whos and whats! Seriously, Cally's actually here, she's just mostly quiet.
Bridge: It's entirely possible. So... let's start with classes.

Classes and Schooly-Type Stuff!

Anders: Which I totally did not have today, because -- dude, where did Doctor Oliver go? Not that I know why I'm asking you.
Bridge: He probably had a top-secret mission or something. Um, speaking of teachers who aren't in class, neither is Professor Cregg, who has her students watch a movie instead.
Anders: And neither was Professor Camulus, 'cause Phoebe's still covering Celtic Studies. What's up with the missing teachers, dude?
Bridge: Really, really important secret mission?
Anders: Oh, Lords. What if they've got some kind of huge evil midterm exam torture plan?
Bridge: Well, then we'll just have to form, like, the Magical Fandom High Midterm Attack Squad and fend them off.
Anders: Just don't call it a study group or people will get confused. Anyway. History of Art watched movies today too. I bet they had corners.
Bridge: ...corners?
Anders: Never mind. What's Forensics, dude? 'cause your notes here say that Professor Sidle was happy during that class, like there's something kind of weird about being happy during Forensics.
Bridge: Well, it's like, science-y stuff that you do to help solve crimes and stuff. And crimes aren't like, happy stuff, and neither is going against your personal convictions, which is what they talked about in Journalistic Integrity today.
Anders: And Journalism 101 talked about their friends. Is that news? What is news is that Professor MacGyver has a tail. At least, I think that's news. 'cause I don't think he had one before. I would've noticed, right?
Bridge: We had a class with him all last semester, and I'm pretty sure there wasn't a tail then, dude.
Anders: Yeah, I think you're right. It would've gotten in the way of a lot of stuff. But yeah, he was talking to Grissom about it, and Janet and Liz went to visit Professor Pierson, and hey! You dropped by Professor Calendar's office!
Bridge: I totally did. And unlike last week, I looked like me at the time. Uh, what do those notes say about the announcements? I think the Detention Lottery, uh, "winner" (and you can totally hear the airquotes) was supposed to be announced today or something.
Anders: Yeah. Ouch. Sorry 'bout that, Blair.

Bridge: Sucks, dude. Okay, moving right along, we've got the library. Which was opened by Janet today. Pippi came by with candy, and then Angela and Janet talked about candy and freakishness, like maybe they're connected in some weird way.
Anders: I haven't been in the library in a while. I should do that in case people start thinking I can't read again. Parker was there, reading about sailing and being horrified by Kennedy . . . I mean, by the cast for the play, which Alanna wanted a copy of. And Professor Jackson was there talking to Janet.

Bridge: Today's Student Council meeting was run by Dean Washburn, who I still haven't met... actually, I haven't met any of the school administrators except for Zordon. Weird. Or maybe that's a good thing? Um, anyway, today they discussed the possibility of school trips that would be able to include the sunphobic.
Anders: What the frak is sunphobic? I missed out on Bel brooding in the TA lounge, dude. Should I be glad? 'cause apparently he had awkwardness with Phoebe, who was talking to Lana about, um . . . what the frak does that say?
Bridge: Um, chemical compositions? And rocks? They were talking about the chemical compositions of rocks!
Anders: Well, that kinda rocks. Isabel and Bel-dude were talkin' about Angelus for some reason, before this MoralityBot thing of Nadia's got sicced on Bel.

Dorm Life is Wacky, Guys!

Bridge: Professor Cregg is moving in to the dorms. So I guess that explains why she's not in class today, she was busy moving! There goes your theory about evil midterm plotting, dude.
Anders: And there were flowers. Lots of 'em. For Mitchell, Isabel, Allie, and Blair. And there was this MoralityBot thing that, um, we'll get into later. But I bet it doesn't dispense candy.
Bridge: I'm pretty sure it didn't, yeah. Um.... Cam and Hat-Girl played tag with marshmallows. What? Oh, oh, marshmallow *guns*. That makes sense, then.
Anders: But it still sounds dirty. Especially with Jaye getting caught in the middle.
Cally: ...that makes it sound even dirtier, champ.
Bridge: I'm pretty sure Officer Lion-Girl was not in the middle of anything dirty.
Anders: You never know with Tyler, though. Dude, Blair was helping Professor Cregg unpack booze? And going to the movies with Molly? I really kinda hope THAT wasn't dirty.
Bridge: Okay. Moving on, moving on, moving ooooooon. Pippi and Walter conducted experiments with disappearing things and spaghetti. Right then. Seriously, the longer I am at this school, the less things make sense.
Anders: That's when you try not to think about 'em. And Professor Tick-dude's goldfish died? Suck! I guess there was a funeral for it and Rory was herding people to go.
Bridge: Oh yeah, I was totally there. Um. And Archie, uh, showed up. At the last minute. To pay his respects.
Anders: Should I be glad I missed it?
Bridge: In a word... yes.
Anders: Yeah. Let's just not go there. Kind of like I didn't go to the wake for the goldfish in the common room which was right next door to my room. Because, um, I was kind of busy.
Cally: Me too.
Bridge: Yeah, and three guesses as to what you guys were busy with. And the first two don't count.
Anders: Dude, I bet other people were busy too.
Bridge: Other people... and animals. Seriously, I was an animal magnet today, or something.
Anders: Don't wanna know, dude. Let's focus on the people. Like Veronica and Piper talking about the recent weirdness. As opposed to the usual weirdness, I guess. And Nadia was bein' all squeaky.
Bridge: Cam... reflected. Did he get turned shiny or something? That'd qualify as recent weirdness, dude.
Anders: Probably. I haven't seen him today though. "Environmental defense" sounds like something weird, though, and it was what Pip was teaching Blair.
Bridge: Kiki and Phoebe were doing "witchy spelly" things. Is that weird?
Anders: Around here? Nah. But if Alphonse was literally "hanging" like these notes say, that could be weird.
Bridge: Victor stopped by Lana's and they talked about...tongues. Okay, not gonna ask.
Anders: Also, camcorders. Which is a weird combination. Weirder than Lana and Bel talking in theories, whatever that means, or Isabel and Angel talking about Bel. Callisto dropping by Angel's? Definitely not weird.

Seriously? Town is Weird Too!

Bridge: So, I wonder if anything weird happened in town. Well, especially weird, anyway, because weird is normal around here, as we have previously established. Huh, the bakery was unusually busy today. And unusual is another word for weird.
Anders: Frakkin' Jeff's, man. Everybody was there except me. What's up with that? Except Echolls was, like, bumping into a bunch of people. Maybe even literally.
Cally: I wouldn't mind him bumping into me, some time...
Anders: What?
Cally: Kidding! Kidding!
Bridge: There were some serious clumsiness issues today ... and then Logan fell down and hit, like, everybody.
Anders: Ow. Down at Sparky Repairs -- dude, we have competition? Nadia and Orlin were there, and Pippi was talking about the Internet with Agatha. You can get some seriously frakking cool stuff on the Internet, dude.
Bridge: But probably not anything that dispenses candy even if it's not supposed to. I'm just sayin'...
Anders: Or, you know, milkshakes. Or other drinks. Like our stuff does. Yeah, um, that was totally an ad. What is not an ad is that Orlin's, like, everywhere or something, 'cause he was buying pet stuff at All and Sundries, and Lilah was at work. Which had nothing to do with what I said before that.
Bridge: You totally should have mentioned that shouty dude was at the park, too, after you mentioned the pet stuff.
Anders: I couldn't read that part of the notes, dude, Cally's arm's in the way.
Cally: Sure, blame me, champ. Sheesh.
Anders: Hey, I kinda like your arm where it is. Lucas didn't really like the music at his own record store today, though.
Bridge: Awww. I hate when that happens. Not that it happens at all, because I don't own a music store, but if I did... yeah. And Giles seems to be having store-related issues today too, because that bookstore with the name I can't pronounce was closed.
Anders: Anybody who knows how to pronounce it? I will buy you cupcakes. Wait, that's not really a bribe, is it? And that Jarod dude got a phone call down at the Fourth Sin. I never get phone calls. How come I don't get phone calls?
Bridge: ...because everyone you know lives in the same building as you? We could just knock, dude.
Anders: Oh, good point. Heh. Looks like the theater was busy in a whole different kinda way today, too. But I'm so not touching that one.
Bridge: What? I'm sure Blair and Hat-Girl were just hanging out and doing totally innocent... things that people who are fourteen do.
Anders: As opposed to totally not-innocent things like Mitchell and Tyler were up to. Okay. I seriously had to say that part, 'cause, dude, Kennedy . . . in your face, man.
Cally: The sound you just heard was me smacking my boyfriend in the back of the head, folks.
Bridge: Accompanied by me facepalming. Because I should have seen that coming.

Anders: I am so ganged up on. So Bel, dude, I feel your pain about that MoralityBot thing we're going to talk about now.

Bot of Morality, Turn, Turn, Turn!

Anders: Apparently it chased him through the dorms, and again, I missed it! Victor got video footage, though, which I'm gonna have to see. How do I miss these things?
Bridge: Don't ask me dude. Hell, I miss them half the time too.
Anders: Well, Nadia didn't miss Marty, 'cause she ran into him while she was running away from Bel. And I guess Marty rescued the bot from Bel, too. I bet they were glaring at each other . . . dude! You said hell again!
Bridge: Am I not allowed to? Hell, hell, frakking hell! So there.
Anders: Hold me, coach, I'm scared.
Bridge: I'm totally rolling my eyes here. Anyway, I guess that was the thing that came through the common room during the wake for RT, it was muttering about minding our Ps and Qs or something. And it spat glitter at me!
Anders: Obviously somebody was emo and the bot didn't like it. Again, I'm wondering how I missed this.
Cally: You were kinda tied up at the time, champ.
Anders: Um. Speaking of tying things up, there's a couple of things to mention about the clinic and we're tying things up for the night.
Bridge: Namely, that no one stopped by today. Wow, we managed to get by today without a major injury! Go us! We should have one of those signs.
Anders: That was the town clinic, anyway. Janet talked to Doctor Pevensie in the school clinic and Mitchell stopped in for a counseling session. And seriously, if Bridge here says "hell" one more time? I'm gonna need counseling too.
Bridge: Hell.
Anders: Okay, I lied. But seriously, dudes, we're tapped out here.
Cally: So this is me shutting off the radio, before these two dumb boys take up any more of your time. Goodnight folks.
Anders and Bridge: Dumb? Hey!!!

[identity profile] iwasawesome.livejournal.com
La la la, this is Lilly. Let's get this over with, shall we Fandom? Because you're just grossing me out today.

School (is gross.)

General Physical Conditioning was covered by Anders today, who played something called Pyramid, not hosted by Dick Clark.

Chemistry had a quiz, and Classics discussed the Homeric Hymns they read. Foreign Lit wrote about Italian poets. Both classes have a midterm next week. Good luck, suckers.

Rory taught ACJ and discussed if Justice in Fandom is fair. She also amused her classmates with her detachable limbs.

Yeah, see what I mean about you all being gross?

Marty, Janet and Sam were weird, Angel & Callisto passed notes, but thankfully not in scrapbooks. Veronica and Logan smelled like Nyquil. Man Logan, you used to be classier than that. Buy the girl a real drink. Jaye & Cameron flirted until Rory was a total killjoy and stopped them. Random People offered suggestions for magical type people on campus who may have cursed Rory and Cordy.

Zero, as a Kitty, conversed with the students in Creature Languages. Only in Fandom.

Sociology of Sex Cultures learned about the pioneers of Sexology. I better have been on that list. WOAH! and then after class, Dr. Grissom totally proposed to Ms. Sidle! Gil, oh my god, what the crap? You dorky bastard, good for you. I hope you have lots of geeky babies and live happily ever after.

Anyway, Speech 201 gave their speeches and Speech 301 talked about rhetoric and power, which I guess they do a lot. Psych 101 started their section on Abnormal Psych... a few months too late, hello.

Jung discussed quotes by Carl Jung. Oh, that's what that class is about? Professor Camulus is still missing, so Phoebe paired up the Arthurian Traditions students to work on their knights. Please tell me there is no army of knights in the basement.

Unless they're cute and single.

Angel covered Campaigning and talks about Campaign Finance, and the students woed at the lack of Lyman-y goodness. Well, I would have.

Music was canceled, History of Medieval England prepared for their mock trial, Business Law learned more about torts and HR learns about performance appraisal. Both classes have midterms on Tuesday. Oh wait, that's me. SUCKS, OMG. And Intro to Archaeology gave their presentations, which resulted in Blair asking Jackson about streaking. Oh please, please please. I need something to look forward to in the mornings.

And some dude named Mr. Feeny covered History. Which SUCKED, OMG. Because Mr. Feeny? Not hot. Lyman? Muy caliente.

CJ also had office hours, and Dr. Grissom stopped by to talk about sex. Right before he asked Sidle to marry him? Kinky! I approve.

At lunch, Walter, Victor, and Pippi hung out as usual and were alternately adorable and weird, as usual.

In the library, the Rory is nasty parade continues. Angela talked to Rory about the gross, and then John Crichton convinced her to switch arms. That's actually mildly amusing.

The aides prepared to go see Dean Washburn, Jack talked to Rory about the play, and Blair and Molly studied history.

The Newspaper also had a meeting.

Dorms (are gross.)

Veronica and Logan were... WTF NYQUIL SHOWER? Lord, I'll ask her tomorrow. Who knows.

Cam was disturbed by the color grey being all up in his vision. And Marty got a phone call in the middle of the night.

Gil and Sidle celebrated their engagement, in the Biblical way. Well, duh, A. And B, I think it's romantic, shut up.

The Library wenches visited Dean Washburn.

The Tick was trying to save his fish. Oh my god, make me cry over a tuna sandwich, people! Good luck, Mr. Tick!

Jaye ...was sticking to the ceiling. I'm pretty sure that's abnormal for her, but you never know. Pip was OMGGLITTERY. Also strange.

239/240 was the site of some serious coversation, Blair brought Ivanova a gift basket. Veronica and Piper chatted and Veronica was still all Nyquil-happy. And Sakura slept.

Cam was in the gym, and Isabel and Cam sparred. Marty queried Cam about the Air Force. Pip and Veronica sparred in the gym as well.

Broots had the fourth floor common room to himself. Until Blair showed, and then the wave of spontaneously reproducing vegetables, fruits (and not the boykissing kind, DAMMIT) and tulips took over.

Jaye tried to stick to the ceiling, again I guess? Angela and Jaye ruled out the play as the reason for all their grossness and superpower crap. Callisto meanwhile showed off, and Xander and Callisto shared their mutual woe over the play.

Archie and Pippi also were hanging out on the roof, playing with model boats. If that's another euphemism, I am going to start crying.

Also, Walter and spaghetti now have a special relationship, Elizabeth stopped by Charlie's room, Callisto was in Room 306, Nadia was sloshed in the bathroom, and Angela was in her room, doing... stuff, as was Isabel.

Town (is... yup, gross.)

At the Clinic, Cam was colorblind, Cordy was British and blind or something. I thought being British made you have bad teeth, not blind. Okay. Rory actually sought treatment for her detachable limbs.

Pippi, Walter and Victor hung out with Agatha at Sparky Repairs.

At All and Sundries, Blair bought Ivanova some stuff. He's so adorable! Pip bought gloves because he's having glitter issues. And there was listing. Lots of listing.

Ivanova had a visitor at Wonka's, and The Baron packed.

And Blair asked those dirtbag stoner guys where to find music.

Cam and Isabel met up in the park.

At Empire Records, Nadia asked for an advance on her paycheck, Pippi discovered The Ramones thirty years later, and Boone chatted up Lucas.

Over at Caritas, Phoebe, Piper, Nadia, Veronica, Kiki and Paige hit the stage. Paige told Sawyer he sucks, because, well, he's kind of a douche. The Haliwell girls met up at the bar, with Kiki and Veronica. Veronica and Nadia hung out too.

Bel and his scary girlfriend angsted more. I guess there's no spell to cure emo. Logan and Walter did the Marty and Bel and hated on each other. And then Logan chatted with Nadia and Lana.

And that's it, losers! I need to go investigate the whereabouts of Lyman, I mean, go to bed or something. Everyone say a little prayer for The Tick's fish. And clap your hands and ring or bell or whatever. Doesn't someone have a damn spell before I get emo over a fish? Damn!

Oh, and a shout-out to Jaye, who is a radio goddess. Goodnight, Fandom!

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