Saturday, August 08, 2009

Great Performance

NOTICE: The picture you are about to see is not, REPEAT NOT, a moving video, even though it appears to have more action than you have seen from Chloe recently. The dead giveaway is if you stare at this picture long enough. It will appear to move, but days of staring at similar scenes in the show have gotten us no movement at all, either in the character or the storyline.


And one more thing. That is Chloe in the picture, not Rafe. It's hard to tell the difference but please notice the person in the picture, although brain-dead and devoid of personality, shows no signs of being sullen, laconic or obtuse.

Now, really, that's all I had planned to say today. Then, I got a comment on the blog yesterday that is definitely publish-worthy. Before I publish it, however, I must remind you of the Prevuze Creed:

We, the authors of Prevuze, in order to form a more perfect forum for snarking, establish awareness of character flaws, point out the lack of domestic tranquility in Salem, provide for the common discontent among viewers, promote the general bashing of all characters, secure the blessings of a smug attitude for ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this blog as a forum for sticking it to the writers and characters of DOOL equally, without regard to said character's, hotness, following, lack of mental capability, level of irresponsibility or proclivity for acts of moral turpitude. We are (cue the Battle Hymn of the Republic, please) EQUAL OPPORTUNITY BASHERS.

Having said that, and having already skewered poor Rafe like an overcooked shish-ka-bob at the Brady July 4th picnic, we present, for your consideration, the following top-ten list with all due credit to our reader, Chessiejenna:

10 Things That Have Proven To Be More
Exciting Than Rafe

10. A brown wool sweater
9. An earthworm
8. Salsa (Medium hotness, of course)
7. A paper bag
6. Chewed gum (Juicy Fruit, after the flavor is gone)
5. Unscented hand soap
4. A tetherball pole without the tetherball or rope
3. A white wall still drying after being painted
2. My pet rock (His name is Percy. Cute, right?)
1. Roman's forehead.

OK. So we really piled on poor Rafe today. As you read in the Prevuze Creed, we'll get back to bashing the others bright and early Monday Morning. We promise.

Now, go out there and breathe some life into your weekend.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it is sad that Percy can probably out act most of the DOOL cast on their good DAYS and all of them on their bad DAYS.

4:25 AM  
Anonymous Bulldog said...

I'm having, for sure, a Chloe moment. Who's Percy?

I bet an Emmy is what Nadia is lying there thinking about in those scenes. Keep thinking, dear.

There's nothing better than a Saturday edition of Prevuze to start the weekend out right. Love the top ten, Chessiejenna! (Even tho if I had to make a choice - LUMI, EJAMI or SAFE I'd have to vote for SAFE at the moment.)

Thanks to all and have a great one! :D

7:57 AM  
Anonymous Jessi said...

"i think its sad that Percy can out act most of the DOOL cast on their good Days and all of them on their bad Days."

ROFLMAO!!!!!!!! good one

and can someone help me. cause whenever i try to use the HTML tags it says they are not closed and i cant figure out how to fix it, cause i thought they were closed

9:10 AM  
Anonymous The Lecher said...

and can someone help me. cause whenever i try to use the HTML tags it says they are not closed and i cant figure out how to fix it, cause i thought they were closed

I can help you, but first you have to:


9:18 AM  
Anonymous wekng1 said...

LMFAO at the more exciting than Rafe list!!

9:38 AM  
Blogger Applecheeks said...

Jessi: you can see how the "open" HTML tags look below the "Leave Your Comment" box. That's what you put at the beginning of the phrase you want to bold or italicize or put in a link others can follow (which is what the "a" is for as I just learned from the hubby).

To "close" the tag: when you get to the end of the phrase you are formatting, you use the same tag and put a backslash (/) in front of the letter. For example, closing the italic HTML would look like:
< /i >.

You don't put those spaces in the tag. I just put them there so it would show up. If I didn't, the tag would disappear and I'd get the error message that my "closed tag" didn't have an open one. ;-)

Clear as mud?

(See how I used that "bold" tag? lololol)

12:27 PM  
Blogger Applecheeks said...

Got so consumed in my HTML tutorial I forgot to comment on the post.

LOVED IT! A little birdie had to clue me in that there was a Prevuze this morning. I can't believe I didn't check it first thing.

Bulldog! You don't know the famous Percy? Chessiejenna's Pet Rock?? Well I don't either, but I think you needed a litte more caffeine before tackling Prevuze this morning. LOL

Happy Prevuze Perfect Weekend everyone!

12:35 PM  
Anonymous Leslie said...

My compliments to Chessiejenna. However, those 10 reasons are probably just the tip of the iceberg. I'm thinking there are at least 50 examples of more exciting things than the Rafester including but not limited to watching an iceberg melt.

Thanks for the snarky Saturday edition of Prevuze!!!

2:50 PM  
Anonymous Maggie Mae said...

The funniest part of the "Ten Things that are More Exciting than Rafe" is that they're all true!

6:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bulldog Why oh why ....!!!!????
Seriously you like Safe ? Don't tell me you like Rafe ?? LOL.

2:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bad day for me. What started to be just missing prevuze. Kinda went to my daughter being blind and deaf in a split instant. It broke my heart to know that I could do nothing. then ten minutes later everything was fine. Praise be to God.Such a hard day at the hospital and trying to do things at school. Please pray for her. She may need all the help she can get. Thanks c.

7:44 PM  

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