ugh, I've been sick, too. I recommend the old Brett Sherlock Holmes and tea. And soup. And maybe a biscuit.
which are, ahem, on netflix.
I have to second this. I may not be a "doctor" but I play one on the internet so this has merit as a plan.
2012-10-17 06:04 am (UTC)
Weepy Indie Folk Rock
Umm, I hate to say it but... http://www.purevolume.com/lucyknisley/albums/Handsewn
|From: lucylou |
2012-10-17 06:06 am (UTC)
Re: Weepy Indie Folk Rock
The way you draw your cat makes me extremely happy.
She is a pleasure to draw.
I do have to add, I'm from Seattle, and the idea of anyone calling a hospital there "Seattle Grace" is hilarious to me. Seattle's got a lot of things, and grace isn't really one of em. A "Seattle Mercy" strikes the same chord. They are silly, those fiction people.
It's Mercy West, I'm told.
Lordy, these shows...
Yeah our hospitals tend to have names that indicate that a tough broad might run things. (Virginia Mason)
or Ballard Swedish. And I'm pretty sure those pansies wouldn't last long at all at Harbourview.
Oh man... the few times I have been to Harborview... It is kind of like Bartertown in Beyond the Thunderdome.
Try Western State. Oh, now that would make some fantastic television.
Haha, I love you, clipboard. I don't know the show, but I still laughed.
I think you could make one of these for any modern "drama" show. They all seem to follow their own formula very closely every ep.
|From: raim |
2012-10-17 07:18 am (UTC)
Ha, these are so right!
You know, you are so awesome and that cat drawing just made you even awesomer for me. Get well soon! (Personally, I find the therapeutic effect of old shows like Freaks and Geeks or Jeeves and Wooster to be second only to silly makeover shows like Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.)
Hilarious :D. But you forgot the giant dramatic events, like... *spoiler alert* train accident... ship accident... bomb in body... killer in hospital... and so on ;).
Well done. I particularly love your characterization of George.
My wife's a big fan of the show and loved your cartoon.
Funny and so true. I could not watch it anymore after the third season.
never saw the show myself, pretty much what i expected though, thanks for catching me up
Well, I guess it's all right. The only other Seattle hospital to make it to TV was Swedish, the sign of which appeared in Tom Green's "Bum Bum Song" video.
I used to love that show LOL it jumped the shark around season 4 or something ... yeah, no. LOL But the first three seasons were magic gold.
I haven't watched in years but WOW you really got the essence of the characters! Gorgeous! So funny. I also feel like it's been a while since I've seen Linney drawn. Happy to see her again! Puzz...(love)
Ha ha, oh, Greys Anatomy. Full of the riduculous(and to be fair, the REALLY REALLY sad), but I just can't quit you!
Am I right that he's holding chopsticks in the last panel? That's awesome.