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Sergeant Politeness

1 May
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"I suppose i could riff a list of things that I care as little about as our last week together, lemme see uh low card diets, michael moore, the Republican National Convention, kaballah and all kaballah-related products, hi-def TV, the Bush daughters, wireless hot-spots, the OC, the UN, recycling, getting punk'd, (danny cannes?), the latin grammies, the real grammies, Jeff that Wiggle who sleeps too darn much, the Yankees payroll, all the red states, all the blue states, every hybrid car, every talk-show host, everything on the planet, everything in the solar system, everything everything everything everything everything everything, everything that exists past present and future in all discovered and undiscovered dimensions.

oh! and Hugh Jackman."

-Dr Cox

Tim: Before you say anything it was my decision.

Daisy: Really?

Tim: She wanted me back but i said no.

Daisy: Wow!

Tim: I just had a moment of clarity. I just woke up. Its like when you have an orgasm on your own. You're sort of lying on the sofa watching some porn movie you bought on a drunken lonely night in Soho and you're lying there and everything is really great and you're getting totally turned on by these obsurdly graphic images, everything seems so right and suddenly *sput* bingo, you wake up. And you're lying there sweating, desparatly looking for the tissue which you just know is still in your pocket and the remote control which you know is somewhere on the floor and its like walking in on yourself you know? Its like "What you doing???"

Thats how I felt, sitting here tonight, feeling my heart miss a beat everytime the door opened. "What the fuck are you doing?"

Daisy: Well thats love innit? A load of old WANK. *giggles*

Tim: Life just isnt like the movies is it?

Ya know? We're constantly lead to believe in resolution, in the re-establishment of the ideal staus quo. Its just not true.

Happy endings are a myth, designed to make us feel better about the fact that life is just a thankless struggle.

*music starts*

Do you wanna dance?

Daisy: D'ya know what? I think i do.

(End of Spaced, Series 1)