I am not kidding.

Dear Readers,
You might think that I seek out Ghostbusters II; by possibly renting it from time to time, or by watching television 24/7, it would just be natural that I would run across the film occasionally. I swear to you that this is not the case. I'm a busy woman. I don't watch all that much tv. I do not own GII on VHS or DVD. And yet, you all know the story. Every time I turn on the tv, GII is on.

I can't even say that I'm haunted by it (ha, ha, get it, haunted?!), because I love it so much. I embrace the fact that GII has entered my life in this manner. It feels so natural to turn on the television after a hard day at work, on on a Sunday afternoon, and see the smiling faces of Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, and the incomparable Rick Moranis?

Who am I to fight fate? Why should I even try?

Needless to say, it's on right now, and I couldn't be happier.


squidhelmet said...

How come nobody's got love for Ernie Hudson?

I'm serious.

Derek said...

Love it!

pollyanna cowgirl said...

ZW--last nightI dreamed that you lent me your luxurious San Francisco apartment, but the shower was outside. Then we got involved in a no-holds barred game of water dodgeball. don't ask. also, notice that I also left out Dan Aykroyd. He and Ernie Hudson just don't get a lot of play in GII, you know?

squidhelmet said...

Everyone knows that Dan Aykroyd gets no love.

Don't be perverse.