Rachel Lovinger

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Location: NY, NY
Birthday: April 6


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Coupling: Season 1 <b>DVD</b> ~ Jack Davenport
Coupling: Season 1 DVD ~ Jack Davenport
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The basic plot of this sitcom may seem familiar - 6 young unmarried people hanging out, trying to meet people, and sometimes dating each other. But it's done in such a brilliant and fresh way, it's anything but stale. The humor is sexy and sharp, with small jokes building up to a hilarious finish as the absurd actions of these 6 friends all play on each other. You might cringe at the awkward situations they get themselves into, but it's never mean-spirited, and before you know you'll be laughing uncontrollably.
I'm not sure what's going to happen to this British original after the U.S. version comes out, so make sure to check it out while you can.
The Illuminatus! Trilogy: The Eye in the Pyramid, &hellip by Robert Shea
I think I've read this book 3 times, in full. And I've skimmed through it many other times. I had to buy a hard copy because my paperback started falling apart from reading it so much and lending it to people.
Yes it's paranoid and twisted, but it's so much fun. It may be hard to imagine that reading could be a mind-altering experience, but believe me this book will prove it. I can't say that it won't leave a permanent mark on your mind, but I can say that it's legal.
My So-Called Life: Pilot/Dancing in the Dark/Guns &hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Bess Armstrong
5.0 out of 5 stars You'll be hooked, July 9 2001
My sister and I were reminiscing about this show, and I decided to buy the DVD. Somehow my roommate missed this show when it originally aired (AND when it re-aired repeatedly on MTV). After watching the first episode she asked, pointedly, "How many episodes of this do you have?" For those who are already fans of the show, nearly every line is an instantly recognizable classic. But for those who haven't yet seen it, it will probably seem eerily familiar anyway.