Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Only Bobby/Alex and Vincent/Kate know what the word means when it comes to NBC/USA.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


My electricity went out and I only saw the last 12 mins. Could someone make me a copy of both parts after the 2nd episode airs next week?

Goob bye.......

.......Dear friends....

Monday, March 29, 2010

Sunday, March 28, 2010

I felt the need to post the following videos. It's just a matter of time before they're gone.

I feel melancholy today.

playing with new technology

Friday, March 26, 2010

Utah Meth Cops


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


"What's with the "Ewww"? I've seen you pick up a used condom, poke at a dead man's eyes, smell a dead woman's breath. You've dug in dumpsters, taste and smell God knows what."
"So don't give me "Ewww" just because you stepped in dog shit and then the stick broke and you got it on your fingers. Use the tissue, wipe it off and man up. Geez.........."Ewww", you're such a tit, Bobby."

Sunday, March 21, 2010


I feel him breathe.
I feel the throbbing of his pulse.
Fast and excited, slow and deliberate.
As he runs his fingers over me, the soft ruffling of his shirt soothes me.
Long strong fingers play with me.
Tugging, teasing.
His chest and belly are warm, reassuring.
His heart beats a comforting rhythm.
I am tight. One finger enters and slowly opens me.
Two, three and then his thumb.
I loosen, except them.
He pulls and I release..........

What a sweetie.......

I just saw this article again at "VINNIE VIDI VICI" and the same thing occurred to me: what a humble, ordinary man that is blessed with extraordinary talent.

By Luaine Lee
Scripps Howard News Service
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Despite cinema success, D'Onofrio shies away from Hollywood fame

On his sixth birthday, actor Vincent D'Onofrio spent the day hiding under his bed.

"I remember my aunts and uncles and cousins laying on their side talking to me under the bed," he said with a soft chuckle.

He was an introverted kid, too shy to come out in the bright lights for a birthday cake.

He's still reluctant to bask in the limelight, so you won't find D'Onofrio blasting his way across the screen or careening down a speedway.

Yet D'Onofrio is the kind of actor who just keeps mining little veins; as Orson Welles in "Ed Wood," as the evil alien in "Men In Black" and the tragically unstable soldier in "Full Metal Jacket."

But he refuses to be constantly confronted with what he does for a living.

"I can't be reminded I'm in the entertainment business all the time. It freaks me out," he said. "I don't like having a bad attitude about the business, and if I'm in it all the time I start to...It's not like I'm not in the swing of things; at the same time, my life is separate from it."

D'Onofrio will star as a wealthy and devious businessman in "The Championship Season," which has its premiere June 6 on Showtime; in the movie "The Thirteenth Floor," which opens Friday; and in "The Velocity of Gary," which opens in July.

He has spent his life being separate from his vocation. His dad was an interior designer who started theaters whenever he moved to a new town.

"I never considered being on stage," D'Onofrio said. "I was kind of a techie for him-sound, lights, built sets and stuff like that. But I'm sure it influenced me."

After six months of study at the American Stanislavski Theater Company, he toured for 3 1/2 years. When he returned to New York, he ran into fellow thespian Matthew Modine, who told him about a possible role in Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket."

There were two problems: no script and no character to play.

With a rented video camera, his best friend shot D'Onofrio performing a monologue on a stoop in New York. The tape was sent to Kubrick in England, who asked for a second.

"So I sent another and didn't hear anything for another two weeks," D'Onofrio said.
"He called again and said, 'I sent some pages. I want you to put those on tape. I got the (script) and it didn't have much punctuation or any character description or anything.' He said, 'Do anything you want.' So I did that. Then I got the job."

And although he seemed locked in to stardom after that, D'Onofrio took another unconventional detour-to Europe, to take some time off, instead of Hollywood, and more high-profile but low-quality roles. When he did come back to acting, he focused on character roles.

Still like that little boy under the bed, D'Onofrio, 39, insists he doesn't want to be a celebrity.

"Say that I could be a star if I wanted to be-what does that mean? I just want to keep acting," he said. "I've been doing this a long time and kind of maintained a kind of position where luckily I'm considered a legitimate actor."

"That's good enough. And that's been going on for many years."

Sunday, March 14, 2010


As I was reading BobbyG's blog (and damn near snorting beer through my nose), I decided that USA and Dick Wolf wouldn't know "Loyalty" even if it bit them in the ass.

The same goes for "Character" (defined by Webster as: moral quality or integrity).

As far as lil ol' me is concerned, their collective reputations are a joke - and not one with any shred of humor.

As 3/30 approaches, my anxiety over the show's premiere, and finale, of Criminal Intent grows (at the same rate as JG's ears are.) I KNOW that I can't change anything about it and that I will get on with my life, but, I will go to my grave believing that USA did a piss poor job over the "transition" of the show's format and character changes. (BTW, did JG get a face lift? His too dark hair is another thing...........)

The interviews of Mr. D and Ms. E keep replaying in my head and on my computer.

Both Goren and Eames have made impacts on our hearts and below our belt lines.

Both Mr. D. and Ms. E have established places in our lives.
Therefore, I've decided that we need a campaign to distract us. The first part of said campaign is that, BOTH Mr. D and Ms. E deserve to keep their badges. (My cynical self can just see USA and Wolf graciously offering their badges to them......"out of respect and the goodness of their hearts", my ass!).

The second part is, Bobby's binder should find a home in the Smithsonian. Hey, don't laugh ~~~~~ if Archie Bunker's chair made it, shouldn't tv's greatest detective's binder make it, too???

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Good Things Utah/ABC4 News producer Amanda Summers tells us that Vincent will be a guest on Good Things Utah on Friday, March 12.

Vincent will be appearing at Rib City Grill Utah on March 12 from 5-10pm for a ticket signing for the Utah Meth Cops fundraiser.
Two days of ticket signing in Utah--

Utah Meth Cops: MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Two pre-fundraising events next week:

Thursday, March 11: Pre-Ticket Signing with Vincent D'Onofrio from 1-3 p.m. at Timpanogos Harley Davidson (555 S Geneva Road - Lindon, UT). Come purchase your tickets to any of the Ride for a Hero events on Saturday, April 10, meet Vincent and have him autograph your tickets.

Friday, March 12: Vincent will be at the Rib City Grill (648 E State Street - American Fork) for the Ride for a Hero Ticket Signing Party from 5-10 p.m. Great food, fun atmosphere, fabulous cause ... SEE YOU THERE!!
Orlando Sentinel, 3.7.10

Florida State University is trying to lure film fans to Tallahassee with a Stanley Kubrick Film Festival, a retrospective week (Mar. 19-26) of Kubrick films, with one of his producers, Jan Harlan, in attendance, and the actor who tells the best Stanley Stories, Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket) there as well.

· Friday, March 26, 7 p.m.: “Full Metal Jacket” (1987), followed by a Q&A with Jan Harlan and Vincent D’Onofrio, Student Life Cinema
The day after the film festival concludes, D’Onofrio will screen two films that he directed and produced, “Five Minutes Mr. Welles” (2005) and “Don’t Go In the Woods” (2008), on Saturday, March 27. Both will be shown at the Student Life Cinema beginning at 7:30 p.m.

All screenings at the Student Life Cinema are free for Florida State University students with a valid ID and $5 for the general public, with the exception of “Full Metal Jacket” on Friday, March 26, and “An Evening with Vincent D’Onofrio” on Saturday, March 27, both of which will be $10 for general admission. “Full Metal Jacket” tickets can be purchased online at or by phone at (850) 644-6500 starting on March 8; all other tickets for Student Life Cinema events are available at the theater box office on a first-come, first-served basis.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


I just read a snippet about the LAST episode of LOCI. Now I'm even more nervous about the show. The bastard reviewer left me dangling.

From TVGuide | 3.9.10

Any scoop on Goren and Eames' last episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent?

MICKEY: Yep, I've seen it! Believe it or not, the two-part sendoff is about arms dealers and Somalian pirates. I can confirm that by the end, three cast members — Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe and Eric Bogosian — take their final bow. But not before there is one death, one firing and one promotion. Beware: It may not be a happy ending for anyone.

Monday, March 8, 2010


Okay, what's this "I am Spartacus" joke??

The New Tenants trailer from Det Danske Filminstitut on Vimeo.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Whoo Hoooooo!!!!!!!

Happy dance! Happy dance!
And the winner is..........


His eyes mesmerize me. Soft chocolate pools.
Deep. Dark. Intense. Severe. Fierce. Profound. Sincere. Passionate. Burning. Volatile.
I am a mirror, a mask.
I reflect, protect.
I hide, deceive.
Shades of emotion.
Shades of emptiness.
I shade his soul.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


".......Mr. D’Onofrio doesn’t get to go to the Oscars because of the nomination – only Mr. Back and one producer get to – and he’s not a member of the Academy........."

Who ever would have guessed that Mr. D. isn't a member of "the Academy" (I never would have, yeah right). Now we KNOW why he doesn't get the accolades that he should. He definitely doesn't play the bullshit game. Makes me admire him even more!

Well crap.........

I just watched "The New Tenants".

As usual, Mr. D plays the emotional rollercoaster SO well.
(Think Bobby in "Purgatory" and "Frame".)

And, he has the usual movie outcome.......

These two photos must be from the edit floor or off camera because they're not in the film.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


Good Lord!

I thought he was handsome in a friggin' t-shirt.

He's a KILLER in that suit and tie!!!!!

Woofy, Woofy!

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


Anyone ever notice that Mr. D seems to have trouble with ketchup/spaghetti sauce?

He always seems to be spilling on himself.....