We took a couple wrong turns on the way to the airport, but we managed to find it and weren't even late. Made it home with only one wrong turn, had pizza and watched Buffy all night. The poor kid is burnt out from nonstop school all summer, so we're making sure he's well rested before tackling Ubisoft on Monday.
On our way home, we spotted the Montreal Wawanesa office, so I think I'm going to have to call bullshit on that whole "Wawanesa doesn't operate in Quebec" thing. And I'm going to have to call Wawanesa and sort it out. Idiots.
Sometime before Monday we're going to scope out the Ubisoft building, and Kelly's hotel, but other than that, we have no plans. It's business as usual for us, and hopefully a nice change for Kel.
We're up to Season 4 of Buffy, and Oz just left Willow. I hate that episode. And the girl that plays Veruca - who names their kid after foot warts anyway? She relies too much on making googly eyes and twisting her head around when she talks - bad acting.
One thing I love about Buffy is that as the show goes on, every sentence becomes loaded with meaning and if you haven't seen all the previous episodes, you'll only get about half of what is going on. Everything is so layered. Those aren't sentences they're speaking, those are onions.
Which is why I don't understand why crap like Smallville, One Tree Hill, The OC etc etc etc, are even watched. It's just piss poor writing if you can't maintain some consistency between episodes. All tv shows should have to be approved by Joss Whedon before they air. It would save a lot of time, and no one would ever have been subjected to laugh tracks or Raymond. Yeuch.
Congrats to Eric Lamaze, btw. That was some good suspense first thing in the morning.