Articles Archive for Thursday, May 17th, 2007 08:38 am GMT -5
There’s a very interesting article on The Storytellers about why artists always seem to fall left-of-center politically. I’ve always seen this and, I’m ashamed to admit, probably just assumed it was because artists and creatives were smarter, more in touch, more sensitive, and, therefore, liberal (I guess I have some conservative prejudices). I thought the concept of stories being inherently liberal was an interesting concept that offers a good explanation:
As I’ve said before time and time again, I love HIMYM. Last night was the season finale and, to use the parlance of the show, it was AWESOME. Joel Keller at TVSquad wrote a wonderful review of the episode so I won’t rehash all the awesome details that made it so awesome save for the added personal awesomeness in the last scene when Barney and Ted were smoking cigars using the same lighter I use when I smoke with my friends.
Check this out though. After last night’s episode I re-watched ‘Something Borrowed’ (from last week). The set in the scene where Marshall shaves his head looked strangely familiar. I researched back and sure enough, it’s the same set they used for Barney’s tailor-in-the-back-of-a-pet-shop in the episode ‘Cupcake’. See for yourself: