As I am rambling through the 'five stages of grief', I'm really stuck in depression and having trouble moving on into acceptance.
(Mainly because I'd prefer
to remain in denial..... I'm still
kinda angry..... and I'm not
and also mainly because I'm having trouble "accepting" a few things....
-No more Murray.
-No more Mel.
-No more Eugene, Doug, Dave, or Greg.
-No chance to see what hilarious situations B & J could come up with for B & J. (I have no doubt
they could equal or even top their previous work, I am completely confident that their ideas are bottomless...)
-No chance to enjoy so many creative and diverse music videos starring my favorite Kiwi's in so many creative and diverse costumes.
Just think about it.
Freaky, Prostitute, Business Time...
-Less opportunity of seeing them work with and highlight the talent of so many other wonderful comedians.
-No reason to keep HBO.
I place most of the blame here.
-Losing the excitement of waiting for each new show.
-No new episodes to view over and over, each time catching some subtle bit that I had missed.
-No new screencaps.
-No Season Three Shirt Smackdowns.
-The loss of the ability to "see" the guys. I'm not referring to any of us I'm sure,
but there are some
who enjoy the ability to watch them enact for our viewing pleasure, so many
Sleeping, eating, dancing, working out, fighting, making out, laughing, crying, arguing, um...businesstime....etc.
-The unwritten songs. The show drew many extra songs from them, that perhaps would never have existed since they were specifically written for a scene. Songs that I adore.
-Losing the characters Jemaine Clemaine and Bret McClegnie. It was them who drew me to the real Bret and Jemaine. I will miss them so much that it hurts.
maybe I'll list more if I can stop crying.
(and my grief counselor said this would help)