Friday, April 30, 2010

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Lean vs. Lounge

This is my world and, I've decided that we need to do a study on one Det. Robert Goren.
This is a serious project. No giggling, swooning, panting, fawning, touching or fainting allowed. Grabbing on the other hand............each vixen for themselves!

First set of photos (evidence) depicts our subject in two favorite poses. You must study these to photos CAREFULLY. Which is the best position?
Is it the "Goren Lean"?
Or is it the "Goren Lounge"?

Second set of evidence.
"Goren Lean?"
"Goren Lounge"?

I beg of you to study these photographs carefully and closely.
Study hard!
Now vote to the left.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


For stealing my heart.


Bobby style, of course!

Do illiterate people get the full effect of "Alphabet Soup"?

All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
(Too bad Connie couldn't stand up to Bobby's)

Did you ever notice that when you blow in a dog's face, he gets mad at you. But, when you take him on a car ride, he sticks his head out the window?
(Woofy, woofy!)

Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here and drink whatever comes out?"
(He can squeeze my dangly things anytime.......we'd all love to squeeze HIS!)

Who was the first person to say, "See that chicken there? I'm gonna eat the next thing that comes outta it's butt?"
(Our guy is VERY brave!)

How is it one careless match can start a forest fire, but, it takes a whole box to start a campfire?

If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a song about him?
(This one might just be an American thing)

In the 60s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now, the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.

Have you noticed, since everyone has a cell that takes pictures these days, no one talks about seeing UFOs like they used to?

The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth.
(Could of used a "Depths" cap here, but I thought it would be a looooong stretch)

Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.

Life is sexually transmitted.
(He can "transmit" me anytime..........)

Health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
(I love him in about moist!)

There are two kinds of pedestrians: the quick and the dead.
(The proof is on the ground)

The easiest way to find something lost around the house is to buy a replacement.

Gardening rule: When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant, is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant.

I used to eat a lot of natural foods until I learned that most people die of natural causes.
(Eat me!!)

Never take life seriously. NOBODY gets out alive anyways.

Sunday, April 25, 2010


"Damn, that was close!"

"It happened again?"

"Yeah, I don't know if I can keep this up."

"Did you get a good look at the perp?"

"Perp! Shit, there was a whole gang!"

"Any I.D.?"

"The usuals."

"Okay. Soooo, how many warrants do you want?"

"Let's see, Ruby, Diane, Tess, val, Eliza, BASRIC, nantz, jazzy, Snark, love, Heather, potzina, Labs, Geek, Sophie, guiding, roxie, tiger, Frances, Sailor, Terri, Maria, june, CJ, judith, obsessed, Witness, fenway, Go, Purple, Sam, antcon, desho, BobbyG, Fuzzy, artist, maui........"

"Shit, Bobby!"

"That's just the beginning! You know what, though........there IS a pattern to these assaults. They're especially rampant on Tuesday nights."

"You want me to set up a stakeout?"

"What will we use for bait?"

"Give 'em what they're looking for."

"I can't, Eames."

"What do ya mean?"

"I can't. I don't have any."

"What? You've got to be kidding me. Com' on, Bobby, you've got to have some lying around somewhere."

"No, I don't."

"Well then, I can't help ya. All I can say is........keep your hand close to your zipper. Oh, and buy some underwear!"

Friday, April 23, 2010


as HELL!

I'm watching "All In" on that channel and, I swear, every other ad is for the "new LOCI".
Damn near makes me puke. Not to mention, PISSED!
Okay, depth breath, fuzzy. Relax and bask in the glow of reruns.


I feel left out. How do all of these film festivals and others (including whacked out fans), get in touch with Mr. D?

I've written to Chelsea Piers 8 times over the years (one for each season), but never got a response. Where do I write to now?

I am suspicious of Chelsea Piers before --- now I wouldn't trust "Coyote and Co." with junk mail. Anyone know how we can get mail to/contact Mr. D?

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Earth Day

Okay, I'm jumping on the bandwagon.

It's nice to know that our Mr. D does his share for the planet: no undies = less water and soap usage when doing laundry. My hero!

A Musing.....

I'm lovin' this:
sites are starting to say, " and director Vincent D'Onofrio."

Is that respect and acknowledgement I hear?!

And, let's not forget "producer", too.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Apr 20, 2010
By Jennifer Huber

Actor Vincent D'Onofrio discussed new movie 'Johnny and Me", offered advice to aspiring filmmakers, answered questions about "Criminal Intent" return.

Vincent D'Onofrio was one of the 2010 Sarasota Film Festival's several celebrities during the event’s closing weekend April 16 – 18 in Sarasota, Fla. He appeared at the screening of his directorial debut, a slasher musical movie called Dont Go in the Woods Friday and Saturday nights. Steve Persall of the St. Petersburg Times posed questions to D'Onofrio during the "In Conversation Series" at Florida Studio Theatre on Sunday. Over the course of the weekend, D'Onofrio answered questions ranging from his new film project called “Johnny and Me” to guest appearances on “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” and advice to aspiring filmmakers.

Vincent D’Onofrio Discussed New Project, Johnny and Me

After reading an article in Brain, Child magazine about an 8-year-old girl with autism who learned to communicate through the world of Cinderella, Vincent D'Onofrio was inspired to write Johnny and Me with Joe Vinciguerra and Sam Bisbee. He will direct the film about a fifty-something-year-old man with Asperger's syndrome who communicates through the history and music of Johnny Cash. The lead character's 18-year-old daughter enters his life and the two bond as father and daughter while traveling through the Southern United States and connect through Johnny Cash.

According to D'Onofrio Johnny and Me is a $3 to $5 million movie and although he has the financial backing, he has not found the right actor to cast the lead character. He told the audience he wrote the part for himself but does not have the time to handle the financing, direct and act. The Johnny Cash Estate granted permission for D'Onofrio to use Cash's history and music in the film.

Vincent D’Onofrio Offered Advice to Aspiring Filmmakers

Aspiring filmmakers asked D’Onofrio for advice. He suggested they "keep the budget low as possible, don't take 'no' from anybody" and "remind your crew and people around you when asked if something can be done the answer is always 'yes.'"

Vincent D’Onofrio encouraged aspiring screenwriters to "write" and "stop talking about it and do it. It's not what people say it's what people do," he continued. "The only true artists that I have ever met in my life do not procrastinate, ever. They do instead of say."

He then suggested having friends and family read the story to ensure people can understand what is being said. Once a script is complete, D’Onofrio said to write another one. As for selling it, he recommended attending a film festival with a complete script and find a way to connect with producers and have them read it. According to the actor, "It doesn’t matter who you are, producers like material. It doesn't matter who wrote it they don't care as long as it's good and it’ll make a good movie."

Does Vincent D'Onofrio Think He’s Sexy?

Dressed in a black dress shirt, black slacks and black flip-flops during Sunday's conversation, D'Onofrio was asked whether he considered himself sexy. No, he does not but considers himself "talented."

Will Vincent D’Onofrio Make a Guest Appearance on Law & Order: Criminal Intent?

When asked Saturday night if he will be making guest appearances as Det. Bobby Goren on the television show Law & Order: Criminal Intent, D’Onofrio responded, "I hope not," which garnered laughter from the audience.

"It was 8 years and I thank you if you are a fan of Criminal Intent, I appreciate you sticking with me all those years," he said, "I couldn't think of any reason to stay there any longer other than the money and that's just not good enough for me."

D’Onofrio apologized to fans for leaving the NBC show but said, "I'll be around."

By Jennifer Huber
April 20, 2010

Actor and director Vincent D'Onofrio screened slasher musical "Don't Go in the Woods" during the 2010 Sarasota Film Fest and answered audience questions.

Actor Vincent D’Onofrio screened his directorial debut movie, a slasher musical called Don’t Go in the Woods during the closing weekend of the 2010 Sarasota Film Festival April 16 and 17 in Sarasota, Fla. Following each screening, D’Onofrio answered audience questions regarding the horror film.

Synopsis of Don’t Go in the Woods

An indie rock band of five young men heads into the woods for a weekend of creative inspiration away from modern distractions. New songs are sung and written but female groupies crash the creative jam session causing distraction. In traditional slasher movie style, characters begin disappearing and are violently killed by a crazed murderer. Unlike a traditional horror film, Don't Go in the Woods is a musical with scenes of characters singing while being murdered. The film oozes with thrills and a dark sense of humor complemented by a solid rock soundtrack. The end's twist left filmgoers asking, "Who was the murderer?"

What’s Next for Don’t Go in the Woods

Vincent D’Onofrio is confident the horror flick will be distributed in movie theaters. He told the audience following Saturday's screening, he has "Made a deal with Jason Blum who put out Paranormal Activity…he really liked it and thinks he can get it out there."

Don't Go in the Woods is geared for the 18 to twentysomething crowd although many Sarasota Film Festival attendees said they were at least twice the target demographic and enjoyed the movie. D’Onofrio said this was the first film festival to screen the horror film screened it for 200 Florida State University students a few weeks ago and the audience "went berserk."

The Making of Don't Go in the Woods

The movie was filmed in 13 days, produced for $100,000 and shot on D'Onofrio’s property in New York State. He told the audience he and directors Sam Bisbee and Joe Vinciguerra had just completed writing the next movie he will direct, Johnny and Me. The idea for Don’t Go in the Woods came to D'Onofrio while waiting to find financing to film the new movie. He and his wife were driving through his woods and said to her, "We should make a horror musical."

During dinner with Bisbee, Vinciguerra and their wives, D'Onofrio brought up the concept and the idea advanced with Brisbee writing the movie’s music and lyrics. D'Onofrio is optimistic the movie's rock soundtrack will be available once the film is distributed.

As for the film’s cast, D'Onofrio was not concerned whether they could act, "but whether they could sing," he told the audience. "I made sure they all trusted me enough because I told them I would guide them through and they could trust me with their performances."

All cast members were aspiring actors including Cassandra Walker who has a significant role in the slasher musical and attended the Sarasota Film Festival screenings. The band in the movie is "The Dirty Dirty" and no longer together. D'Onofrio found the group through his nephew.

When asked about preparing for the scene as a viciously attacked victim in the movie, Walker said she prepared by "Living in the moment," and described the experience as "pretty rad how everything happened and pretty crazy. There wasn’t much acting to go into it."

The Statement Don't Go in the Woods is Making

A member of the audience asked about the film's meaning and inquired if there was statement being made about rock and roll dying at the hands of corporate destruction of music, Vincent D'Onofrio replied, "I love that." The audience laughed.

The same audience member asked where he was going with that and D'Onofrio said, "I'm not gonna tell ya. I won't say. I think that you [D'Onofrio] make ‘em and it’s for you to come up with s--t like that. It’s awesome.”


Judging by these latest pictures.....

in my humble opinion......

I think Mr D has shaken his "Bobby baggage".

He deserves to be relaxed and content after giving us 8 wonderful, and hard, years as the "Best Detective on TV".

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

A new alias

Since our heroes changed their M.O.,

I thought a little name change might be in order.
The content will be just as it was but, my new alias might bring out a whole new lease on blogland for a cute little furball!

Just put your lips together.....

........and blow. That's all I have to do to call my vixens.
Of course, showin' a little ankle and my ten little piggies don't hurt!

Monday, April 19, 2010

The Guru is in

Ain't those flipflops a hoot?!

I'm still thinkin' about this one......

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Monday, April 12, 2010




"Have you noticed the flies?"

"Yeah. They seem to be getting pesky. They're worse on Tuesdays."

"I wonder if we should get some 'bug juice' to kill 'em."

"Relax, Bobby. The fly season is almost over. In the mean time, just 'swat and stomp'. We'll show 'em who's boss."

Sunday, April 11, 2010


Hey vixens, I have a problem...........

My husband glumped on to my cell phone (I don't need a cell phone. I'll never use it. I don't call anyone. Blah, blah, blah......) and I just got a brand new one. Problem: I had the theme from, you guessed it, LOCI as my ringtone. I need to get it for my new phone and I can't remember where I got it before. Any thoughts??

Friday, April 9, 2010

Is it?

I know these have been a around for a few weeks.

But I want to know if I'm seeing what I'm seeing....

If some that has more computer savvy could blow this up.......
The big picture on the right.
Is that Mr. D with Leila and Elias?

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


The "network" is showing LOCI day today. Funny........ha ha. A little salt in the wounds. A little of the hair of the dog. Rubbing our noses in it. Fine by me. I'm watching the good old days. When detectives were detectives. When stories were good. When guests were actors. When MSC had balls. When Alex and Bobby ruled. WHEN BAD GUYS SNIVELED!

Seasons 1-8 will be around for a long time. So will Goren and Eames.

Better yet, Mr. D and Ms. E have time for family. Have time for lives. Have time to pursue endeavors that will give us d'lights and entertainment.

Three words........

Okay, before I saunter off to read my fellow vixens blogs, I thought I'd write my opinion about the debacle, er, episode that was wrongly titled "Loyalty".

Moronic. Imbecilic. Frivolous.

Was that contrived or what? I won't even begin to pick apart the dialogue. The plot was pathetic.

Dumbstruck. Astonished. Perplexed.

Were people PAID to write this? 7th graders in their first English class could do just as good.

Adorable. Gracious. Compassionate.

Is this the cutest thing or what? This is "The Kiss Heard 'Round the World".


Tuesday, April 6, 2010


What the fuck was that all about?

Eames fires Goren then resigns? Does that mean Bobby isn't really fired? How can she do that if she doesn't have the position? Does that mean she didn't really resign? Is Bobby with the FBI? Is Nichols really that goofy looking? Bad hair? Bad makeup? Bad eyeliner? Geez, what's with the "one's killed, one's fired and one's promoted"? What happened to the writing?

How long before LO:CI dies an ugly, drawn out, pathetic death?

No wonder Ms. E. was unhappy.........who wouldn't be? Does the writing get any worse? Any more embarrassing?

Monday, April 5, 2010

Insincere. Condescending. Hypocritical.

That's what I feel about the "farewell" to VDO ad on USA.

"For 8 years, Vincent D'Onofrio has brought you Det. Robert Goren......"

Artificial. Disingenuous.
Faithless. Underhanded.

Too little, too late, USA/NBC.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

The Last Dance

Dear Ms. E and Mr. D,

Thank you for the past eight years of Det. Eames and Goren.
You have won a place in our hearts.

Good-bye dear "friends".