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(For 3/23 Tea Time) Nude-Platoon Drill Sargeant Review of BtVS Season 6 [PG-13]


Sing along with the Nude-Platoon Drill Sargeant's (unsonnetized) Season 6 commentary
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 23, 2002, 3:08 PM

For Saturday diversion . . . something I composed right after "Dead Things"
. . . and, it seems after having seen "Normal Again," kinda prophetic? <g>


(No Time For Sonnets) RATED PG-13


Count off -- one, two.

Count off -- three, four.



Come on Joss, it's time to go

from UPN to HBO

Buffy's clearly lost her wits,

time to flash her perky t*ts.

Give Spike's cute buns equal time.

No more Shakespeare. Naughty rhyme!


Count off -- one, two.

Count off -- three, four.



We're watching now a diff'rent show.

Hey, that title has to go.

No more vampires to be slain.

Call it, "Buffy Goes Insane."

Good-Sex is Big Bad, it must pay.

Beat your lover ev'ry day.

And cry because it is a sin. . .

Suffer girl, it's UPN.


you speak



Responses


re timing ... But Bronze time is New York time for some ungodly reason...
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 23, 2002, 7:09 PM 1 of 9

And TEA TIME is in the Sunnydale time zone.

Out here where Spike and I live... which is 3 hours earlier.



timing
Posted by: holywater - Mar 23, 2002, 6:53 PM 2 of 9

Your a bit out actually. 4pm Bronze time is about 9pm here in blightly, home of GMT. Which is why as you approach 7pm I gotta go to bed 'cos it's now midnight.


REMINDER: This thread is NOT Tea Time ... but FOR Tea Time (will be linked to then)<smile>
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 23, 2002, 5:27 PM 3 of 9

Tea Time is at 4:00 PM Pacific ...
... which is 00:00 GMT (Midnight in the UK unless I've miscalculated).

BUT WAIT ... Daylight Savings Time begins in a couple of weeks here in the U.S.

...<but> Daylight Savings begins next Sunday in London..

Good Lord! <smile>

We must solve the Tea Time timing puzzle at Tea Time ...
... which is still, 4:00 PM PST / Midnight in London ... for now. <smile>

Quick P.S.to skull_uk ... yep, read your verses and replied
... and mentioned at Tea Time yesterday.

But since this is NOT Tea Time, I am shutting up for now. <smile>



...pretty cheeky....
Posted by: holywater - Mar 23, 2002, 4:12 PM 4 of 9

I'd say old chap....

He (I think it's he) employs darkest magickes to whisk British teatime over the pond, so I rush into the fray only to turn swiftly on my heels at the sight of a big fat spoiler even for us Sky watching limeys (did I get that right? - and there's a whole other cultural adventure). So I'll have to comment another day on the sonnet.

Hi PG I liked your thoughts on Buffy themes



that's great
Posted by: kittenkool15 - Mar 23, 2002, 4:12 PM 5 of 9

i love your little jingle. you should send it too joss.


More verses please.
Posted by: skull_uk - Mar 23, 2002, 3:41 PM 6 of 9

Love it. Have you written ne thing else? (I replied to part 2 of yesterday's sonnet, not my best work but I tried).


Ooops ... please tape a "red ribbon" on your computer monitor to cover the last 4 lines
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Mar 23, 2002, 3:22 PM 7 of 9

<grin>
Didn't really need that this time of day, did we?



About that Spike line...
Posted by: chichiri - Mar 23, 2002, 3:14 PM 8 of 9

"And give Spike's buns equal time." Apparently, according to Entertainment Weekly, there was nudity in one of the eps, but UPN made the show's producers digitally put in something to cover it up. If you watch Gone, when Spike's walking aroung the crypt, there's a red thing in the foreground that looks outta place. I think James Marsters did a little nudie scene for the show, ut that's only my theory. **Please, let em put it UNEDITED on the DVDs! Please! Spike has such a nice ass**


Isn't it a bit early in the morning to post this?
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Mar 23, 2002, 3:11 PM 9 of 9

YAWN!!!!

I love sleeping in!

Tea? I haven't had breakfast yet...




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