New Amsterdam is a keeper. The topics are real and gritty. I wish they were real anyway. Stick it to the man do-gooder doctors. They mostly win. If real life were only that simple.
Dr. Kapoor is enduring. My heart breaks for him. He wants to be a grandpa so bad. The psychiatrist Dr. Iggy Frome is my favorite character. Child psychopath age 11 was a subplot on the 10/22/19 episode. I will be sleeping with one eye open tonight. ￼
As always more to come.
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Here is what’s on tap per the lovely Linda, host with the most:
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “dress.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!
Free for all alert … not too many rules or incentives like bonus points. Simply “dress” any way you like it. Or not! That was my first thought. Ha! dressing is overrated. I mean c’mon who cares if one has the latest fashion. Sickening to me what people pay for certain designer duds. I could help so many people with that amount of cash. A better use too. My opinion. No need for the peanut gallery to explain to me why I am wrong to be so judging/preachy. My left leaning bleeding heart is showing.
Moving along because I was getting too heavy. Truth! I need to get to a gym. Or sleep again. Or eat right. Or live with what the good lord gave me. Acceptance and all that jazz.
What I really thought about first was “Puttin’ on the Ritz” … “The Young Frankenstein” cover. Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle were hilarious. Not just in this movie either. Classic gentlemen. Dapper Dan’s. Dressed for Success!!
I know the song is ancient and has a history. In the 40s, a second version was released where Irvin Berlin changed some of his lyrics to avoid offending anyone. All very interesting but I am running outta stream. Not sure which end is up and/or where to begin. So much to do, so little time. Wait! Reverse it.
Oh my today is a Gene Wilder love fest. “What knockers!” “Why thank you!” Happy Saturday.
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