Ladies and gentlemen, I've watched episodes 9 and 10 and after much thought I've decided to pass on writing about them. I have them somewhat written and they are terrible, partially because the episodes themselves were not particularly based on the business side of things, partially because what business stuff was in there was material we've already covered, but mostly because as a writer I am uninspired to even get riled up enough to write.
I kind of just feel like,** "Meh."
**Meh is an interjection, often used as an expression of indifference or boredom. It can also be used as a verb (rendering something uninteresting, boring or useless to the beholder) and an adjective (meaning mediocre, boring, or apathetic). ~Wikipedia
I could write about how completely impossible it would be to add a production number with singing while swinging on silks over an audience. Especially given how many hours notice? 3? I mean...how would you possible get the silks strung up in time, let alone rehearse it?
But you guys already know that.
Same for teaching Liza a song with that many words in only a few hours.
Not gonna happen.
But it was sensational to see Bernadette and Liza on TV, wasn't it? I just love it. See them live if you get the chance, they do not disappoint.
It was more Michael Riedel, more sucking up to the New York Times (both Facts), and then more of Tom-the-composer-turned-terrible-and-incompetent-director doing unbelievable things. More Jeremy Jordan being a jerk.
Same, same, same.
This is not goodbye, it's just a hiatus until we have something interesting and new to talk about.
I thank you all for swinging by.