I'll tell you where we are! We are at the beginning of an EPIC project, also known as The Complete Lost Marathon! I was meaning to start it a little later, as there's still a month or two till I'll get my hands on the season 6 DVD box set, but I just felt like getting it going tonight. I'll just have to keep this thing sensible, not like last time I had a Lost Marathon - it was after four seasons, and I watched them all in eight days. You can imagine I didn't leave the house much that week. Ah, good times. Anyway, I try not to watch more than four episodes a day. I still have plenty of drafts to finish, and a stack of dvd's to watch... Oh well. Luckily I have to start studying again in a few weeks, so I'll get a little sense in this life again.
But oh freaking yeah, I've now watched the pilot - both parts - and I've been laughing at the jokes I've heard a hundred times before (and I'm not even exaggerating that much), and almost crying at the ingenuity and complexity of the story ahead. I almost feel like taking notes and writing down every little moment and piece of dialogue I love, but I don't want to ruin my experience by concentrating on something else other than watching. Plus, that would be a very, very, VERY long list.
"Does anyone know how to use a gun?"
"I think you just pull the trigger."