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Fake Celebrity (non) Email Theater Presents…

Posted in Breaking Dawn, EC's Random Musings, Fake Celebrity Stuff, Twilight, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 10, 2012 by talksupe
posted by EC Stacey

Can Only Imagine ALL The Possibilities!

Three Men and A Baby, Twilight Edition

To make up for being a complete and total slacker, I decided it was about time to give you all another edition of Fake Celebrity Email Theater without the pesky emails. Obviously, Jackson Rathbone breeding has been a bizarre inspiration. Think of it as a really bad version of the classic movie, Three Men and a Baby. The difference is that in this version, Kellan Lutz is taking the role of Tom Selleck. Robert Pattinson is that rascally Ted Danson. Finally, the daddy to be, Jackson is the quirky Steve Guttenberg. (Nobody does wacky like Jackson.)

DISCLAIMER: I bet Jackson is going to be a terrific dad. (Hopefully) We are only teasing. Also, if you honestly think any of this is happening, then you have the ability to read a magic crystal ball. Which I don’t so this is…PRETEND! Just giving you a heads up.

Scene 1: Diaper Duty

Don't worry Baby Jackson, we can pray for those chain smoking sinners at Sunday School.

Kellan: You can’t smoke around a baby!
Rob: Bloody hell, Kellan it calms her/him. The smoke makes her/him giggle.
Jackson: I think it’s just gas. My kid can make a stink. Damn.
Kellan: Could you two please watch the language. A dollar each in the swear jar!
Jackson/Rob: Shit!
Kellan: That will be two dollars each, you heathens!

Scene 2: Rock A Bye or Yo Gabba Banana

A Future Children's Musical Classic

Kellan: Let’s sing her to sleep.
Rob: Mate, you sound like a dying cow. I’ll sing her/him my song from the Twilight soundtrack.
Jackson: Are you delusional? My baby doesn’t want to hear that!
Rob: How To Be soundtrack?
Jackson: Shoot me now.
Rob: It was a bestseller in the U.K.!
Jackson: Sure it was. *snicker* How about I sing the 100 Monkeys’ song, I did on Yo Gabba Gabba?
Kellan: Dude, the didn’t air it because the guitar solo was an hour long.
Jackson: They have no taste! The 100 Monkey’s children’s album is going to be huge!
Rob: A huge disappointment to small children’s eardrums. Only Twimoms are going to buy it. For themselves.
Jackson: You mean your target audience.
Kellan: Let’s not fight, boys! Nikki sent us the children’s album she did with her husband.
Jackson and Rob: NOOOOO!!!!!

Just What My Kids Will Want For Christmas

Scene 3: Babysitter’s Club

Ashley Greene: Babysitting Professional

Ashley: I would love to watch your little one, Jack!
Jackson: Can you change a diaper?
Ashley: Yes.
Jackson: Can you fix a bottle?
Ashley: Of course!
Jackson: Are you going to try to sneak in Gerard Butler or a Jonas Brother?
Ashley: Well…
Jackson: I’m hiring Kristen Stewart.
Ashley: You’ve got to be kidding me!

Scene 4: Playdate Union Jack Edition

It's quite simple, Rob. Babies are like dogs! You open the door and let them poop in the yard.

Rob: Hey Jackson, Tom is bringing over his bundle of joy for a playdate.
Jackson: Really? Get out the poker chips and beer!
Rob: Henekin for everybody!
Kellan: What’s going on here?
Rob: Playdate with Sturridge’s kid.
Kellan: Did he shave the beard? It scares the babies.
Jackson: Let me just add a little more gel to Junior’s head. His/her bouffant isn’t high enough.
Kellan: You don’t out hair gel on babies! Rob! Put away those shot glasses right now!
Rob: Come on, Kellan! Let’s have a little fun!
Kellan: That’s it! Tom Sturridge and his offspring can’t play anymore. They are bad examples!

Scene 5: What The Real Movie Will Look Like

Another Blockbuster!

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Happiest of Birthdays to…Not Who You Think!

Posted in EC's Random Musings, Twilight, Uncategorized, Vampire Diaries on September 13, 2011 by talksupe
posted by EC Stacey

MY FABULOUS SISTER, “Steve”!

Wishes she could be "Steve"

I know that today is the hallowed day that Isabella Marie Swan was born. Except, Isabella Maria Swan is not real. She’s a character in Twilight. However, there is someone who was born today that is pretty fantastic and she’s real. So here is the top reasons my sister, “Steve” (her super heroine name) is cooler than the fictional Bella.

"Steve" loves these little guys!

1. “Steve” doesn’t stumble through life like Bella. Or for that matter, stumble over curbs, logs or the occasionally thin air. (That would be me.)

2. “Steve” is getting a doctorate AND running a non-profit. Bella just wants to get changed into the undead. Priorities, Bella, priorities!

3. While Bella runs around in over sized flannels and dirty converse, “Steve” rocks in Anthropologie and Banana Republic! (And teeth shirts, which is odd and somewhat Cullen approved.)

4. Bella only cares for Edward, while “Steve” does great things for her friends, family and the clients of her non-profit.

5. “Steve” has a cool husband who takes great photographs and doesn’t creepily watch her sleep. (at least I hope not.)

"Sorry, Bella. I only want to watch "Steve" sleep now." (BTW, "Steve" would be creeped out)

6. Bella sits arounds mooning over Wuthering Heights and Edward, while “Steve” runs around doing millions of actually important things.

7. “Steve” is a talented artist. Bella…umm…might be able to cook fish.

"Steve" does love the Vampire Diaries! Happy Thursday!

So I ask all of you to wish “Steve” the happiest of birthdays!   

The Lights Were Out in CT…

Posted in EC's Random Musings, Supernatural TV Show, Talk Supe Book Club, True Blood, Twilight, Uncategorized, Vampire Diaries, Witches of East End with tags , , on September 6, 2011 by talksupe
posted by EC Stacey
What’s scary swirling over your head? This thing.

Hurricane Irene Obviously Isn’t Team Eric

Hurricane Irene is not a nice storm. A name like Irene is far too ladylike for the pummeling that the homes surrounding me took from punishing winds and heavy down pours of rain. It should have been called “Hurricane Oh My God Don’t Let That Giant Tree Limb Hit My House”.  (Perhaps it actually turned out to be a tropical storm with hurricane like gusts, I’m not sure due to hearing different things, it doesn’t matter it just was scary.) The aftermath was a mess of ancient trees laying across major roads, dormant power and telephones lines hanging askew from their perches and rows of neighbors standing at the local firehouse trying to determine when aid would be reaching their homes.

Not the best way to spend a Sunday.

My family in a way was one of the lucky ones. Sure it took seven days to regain power and running water, but there were families not only in Connecticut, but other states that lost their homes/lives to the brutal storm.  While we lost everything in our refridgerator and freezer, we had a plan in effect (and charcoal grill) to keep us fed and we stocked up on water to keep us hydrated. Plus, most importantly, we have loving family and friends that helped us with their support that kept us strong as our tempers were getting hot and our patience was wearing thin.

This led me to make some hopefully make some observations about life. Nah…T.V.and movies. I am not that deep, when trying to find ways avoid eating the cans of SPAM we bought. Plus, what else are you going to do when wearing a special flashlight hat at 8:00 P.M. and trying to stay awake. Play board games and have an intellectual conversation? Ha! We did that the first three nights!

This was like me...except I wasn't doing cool rock climbing, instead I was pretending that my house WASN'T creepy in the dark. #wimp

TRUE BLOOD: I decided I am Team Alcide/Sam and whoever is not a vampire. (Jessica excluded) Sorry Eric and Bill, I have switched teams.  Even more so after catching up on Sunday. (Yay power!) You’ll see in the recap! (Working on it today. Promise!)

I was excited about this, but...

 

I love this idea better!

 Vampire Diaries: Next week! I will admit that my excitement is running high. While getting energy and water back is far more important than a television program, I am positively giddy! (Also, Glee…Parks & Recreation…Supernatural…oh my goodness…How I Met Your Mother…One Tree Hill…umm…forget I said anything!)

Missed all of you

The Secret Circle: There is always room for something new. Something new that you liked reading when you were a teenager! Plus Kevin Williamson is doing it and Vampire Diaries is fantastic! Plus I like witches!

You just knew I was going to watch this!

Twilight: Breaking Dawn is coming, so I had briefly thought about watching the earlier movies on the portable DVD player. Then the realization that I would have to explain WHY I like them. I chickened out.

Every explanation I try just goes entirely wrong and makes the whole series sound unintentionly creepy in a bad way. Yet it always ends with me saying, "I know it doesn't make sense. Can't I just love it anyway?"

 Instead, we watched these instead…

Giggle, giggle. Ben Stiller. Giggle, giggle.

These are a few of my favorite things...Walberg, Stratham, Green, Mos Def and Minis...oh my!

I also started reading, The Witches of East End: A brilliant book by Melissa de la Cruz! I want it to be the next book club selection after we FINALLY discuss A Discovery of Witches!

Add it to your fall reading list! If you love Twilight, Discovery of Witches or Outlander, you'll love this too! We need to chat about it!

Hopefully, Talk Supe is back on track! (And WC Stacey gets a little let up in all her work!) We want to hear all of your comments (because we love them!) Have something funny about this silly stuff you want to share? Send us a guest post! talksupe@gmail.com and follow us on twitter @talksupe!