Thursday, November 13, 2008

The Simpsons. Or maybe Chuck.

Question:

If you could join the cast of a television program for one week, what show would you pick? You wouldn't be one of the pre-existing characters, you'd be you. But you'd simply live in that Universe for one week, and then come back to your regular life.

So which program's universe would you most like to live in for a bit?

8 comments:

Amy said...

It depends. Would I be practically perfect in every way? Would everyone want to be my friend? Would all the boys want to date me? Would I solve all the shows problems while everyone stands back and marvels at my intellect?

oslowe said...

yeah, M@ry-Sue, I kinda hate this question. If I wanted to write fanfic, I'd write fanfic.

Anonymous said...

Life on Mars. (Which I've already stopped watching.) I'd go see Led Zeppelin in concert, at 1973 prices. I'd see The Who in concert, at 1973 prices. etc.

Probably not the point of your question, but there you go.

-Kirk

Annika said...

How I Met Your Mother. It's set in New York, so I could go to my favorite pub. (Shut up, that makes sense.)

P@ said...

Fair enough, Will. If I had it all to do over again, I'd either ask what universe would you despise being stuck in, or demand that any answers to (either) question would have to be put in haiku form.
Or I just would've posted something different altogether. The one thing that I've learned from this forced-blogging-every-other-day experiment is that forcing oneself to blog results in some less than worthwhile writing.

Cindy said...

I want to be in House, MD so I can have him figure out what the HELL is wrong with me. Still waiting...on results of the heart test and the testing on the 10,000 vials of blood they drew last visit.

And if he cured me...perhaps I could offer Greg House a celebratory shag. I don't care if he is a crabby SOB. He's hot.

oslowe said...

not every post can be a gem brother, though I probably should shut up when I don't have anything constructive to add

Amanda said...

When I was in grade school, I wrote myself into Darkwing Duck so Launchpad McQuack could be my boyfriend.