a. Post a list of 15 TV shows you love (current or cancelled)
b. Have your friends list guess your favourite character from each show
c. When guessed bold the line and write a little bit about why you like that character
d. Post in your own livejournal
Sergeant Joe Friday. He was my first love when I was seven and I decided I wanted to be a cop, much to my mother's horror. Actually got the degree and had an interview when I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia - killed that off quick.
Fire-fighter Specialist Mike Stoker. The quiet one. And actually a real fireman too. The producers said they weren't letting any *beep* actor drive the expensive fire engines. And he's cute too.
Horatio Caine was guessed. *grin*. I love his dedication and intestity.
Danny Messer. Seeing him smile makes me believe everything is going to be okay.
Gil Grissom. I'm a lot like him and can relate in so many ways.
Leroy Jethro Gibbs. What can I say, I love a bastard. *grin* Seriously I love how he goes out of his way to do the job no matter what the cost.
Larry. My brother is a physics grad student. I told him if he ever gets this bad I'm going to disown him. Larry just makes me smile.
Sammy. My best friend is totally Dean and I'm totally like Sam. It's scary.
9) Stargate SG-1
Gen. Jack O'Neill. I love the man for his sense of humor and timing (or lack there of) as well as his dedication.
10) Law and Order: SVU
John Munch. I guess I just love guys who have that dark, wicked sense of humor. :)
Kirara. (Pronounced Key-la-la). She's a cat demon.
12) Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes. He taught me how to observe.
13) The Muppet Show
Statler and Waldorf. The two old geezers in the balcony although if pressed I'd admit to Rowlf and Sweetums too.
14) Fairly Odd Parents
Wanda. She's the sensible fairy godparent.
15) Spongebob Squarepants
Gary the Snail. *meow* He's just too cute.
1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to pg. 123
3. Find the fifth sentence
4. Post the text of the next four sentences on your LJ along with these instructions.
5. Don't you dare go after that "cool" or "intellectual" book burried in your closet. We know you were thinking of it! Just whatever is closest to you.
"Holmes laid his hand upon him and held it up again with an exclaimation of horror. The gleam of the match which he struck shone upon his clotted fingers and upon the ghastly pool which widened slowly from the crushed skull of the victim. And it shone upon something else which turned our hearts sick and faint within us - the body of Sir Henry Baskerville! There was no chance of either of us forgetting that peculiar ruddy tweed suit - the very one which he had worn on that first morning that we had seen him in Baker Street."