A cautionary tale

Yesterday, as I was farting around on the internetz, like I do, looking for more about the filmTrigger, which I really, really, really wish I could see but apparently will have to move to Canada before I can, I stumbled across this old episode ofTwitch City.

I fell in love with this show years ago. I haven’t thought about in a while but back when Bravo picked it up, my ex was working night shifts and I was watching a lot of late night television. A lot. I’m pretty sure this show was the first time I sort of lost it for Molly Parker.

If you haven’t seen it, it’s a must for … well, anyone who watches television.

And if you can seriously look at the Internet and NOT think cats are taking over, then you, my friend, are in deep denial. They rebelled. They are evolving. And they totally have a plan, people!

Parts2 and3.

FYI, Twitch City featured everyone who is also in, and created, Trigger, including the late Tracy Wright, who is hysterical in this episode.

6 thoughts on “A cautionary tale

  1. My cats own me already. One is currently lying half upright on my chest with her paws around my neck and her head on my shoulder.

  2. Planet of the Cats? Excuse me, isn’t this “Earth” that same planet already? If not, I know a few kitties who would dispute it.

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