Friday, June 06, 2008

If You Don't Want to Believe, You're Dumb


Here's how it is going to go down: Everyone will come to my pig roast on the 24th of July and sleep over. Then we will wake up, get dressed as Mulder and Scully, and head to the show. We won't even care whether it is a good "film" or not. Who's with me!

28 comments:

  1. I didn't realize the new X-Files movie was coming out so soon. That's what I get for skipping all commercials.

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  2. I will go with you because I'm a freaking nut for X-Files.

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  3. Oh crap! We are in Utah that week, but we are up at Bear Lake with the family. I would like to someday experience one of these pig roasts.

    But thanks for the invitation...that was an invitation wasn't it?

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  4. ME! Unless that will compromise your sleep-over policy, in that case I'll just come back over really early in time for breakfast!

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  5. ummmmm I will join you and try real hard to fake my knowledge. And I promise not to ask questions during the flick.
    Is the pig an X-Files thing?

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  6. I am so stoked. I just watched Schizogeny in preparation. That's the one where the trees kill people and that psycho therapist talks in a man's voice. I hate it and I love it. It's a scary one.

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  7. Clisty, the pig has nothing to do with X-files. They are just happening the same weekend. Get with the program.

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  8. Doesn't Scully look good with long hair? She is improving with age. I wish I would. But she's currently preggers with #3 so we'll see how long that improvement lasts.

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  9. I hear the 24th is quite the party chez you. I want to come.

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  10. Did I miss the blog where you discussed your sleep-over policy? It is good to have a sleep-over policy if the policy is that sleep overs are stupid and should be avoided by enforced anti-sleep-over policy.

    But if by "sleep over at my house after the pig roast" you actually mean, "eat all you want and then leave and reconvene at the movie tomorrow," I am totally with you.

    Remember the Rolling Stone cover? Can you link to it on Segullah?

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  11. If you'll throw in some no-bake cookies, I'm there.

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  12. Doesn't it make you a bad Utahn to make any plans on July 24th other than to sport a bonnet and go to a parade that features missionaries and republicans? WHERE are your loyalties Kacy??

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  13. Shall I confess that I have never seen any part of X Files - I don't even know the premise.

    Can you just "walk in on them" and know what's going on??

    I live a really sheltered life.

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  14. How do I put this Babs. . . No. You can't. Just watch them all on DVD. There's only 9 seasons.

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  15. I need to break a leg or something less painful but just as debilitating.

    How else could I sit and watch 9 seasons of a show?

    I wish there was some condition that laid you up - but wasn't painful or uncomfortable.

    And I'm too old to have a baby.

    Not that that would give you a lot of time - but maybe they could reinstitute the "lying in" concept for old middle school teachers.

    I can dream.

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  16. I'm in. I'm ALL in.

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  17. Does Indy make a cameo at the end? Man, I sure hope so!

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  18. Wow. It looks awesome.

    And I want to dress like Scully. I want long, lovely red hair.

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  19. babs - PLEASE don't break your leg - we don't have time for that right now.

    and i have never seen x-files either - but if i were to be in utah on the 24th i would watch a few seasons so i could be a great party guest.

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  20. Has anyone noticed the random question they ask me on my profile? My answer was inspired by an X-files episode--Kaddish. Which I'm watching right now. X-Files+Orthodox Jews=Yikes.

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  21. Apparently, this new movie is a "stand alone" story. So maybe you won't have to watch all 9 seasons in order to get it. But I'm going to anyway.

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  22. Scully and Mulder ALMOST make me want to write fan fiction. (Except Azucar would hurt me if I did.) ILOVETHEMILOVETHEMILOVETHEM.

    Stupid living in Las Vegas. Las Vegas SUCKS. Plbbbbbt.

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  23. P.S. Kacy, can you email me? Need to ask you a question...

    suelikestoblogandwastetime at gmail dot com

    thank ya kindlee

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  24. Put me in the lame-o, never-seen-the-X-Files group. (I think I saw parts of a few episodes.) I was too much of a chicken back then to watch anything remotely scary. Does it count that I've seen the X-Files Simpsons episode dozens of times ("I bring you love...")?
    Can I come to your pig roast even though I don't know you and am on a pig-free diet? Thanks!

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  25. Amazing! I think we will for sure be in Utah on the 24th. Can we join the pig roast/movie night?

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  26. Of course, Design Mom. I'm so excited that people are actually rsvp-ing here on the blog!

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  27. When it says "There are mysteries that cannot be solved . . . events that cannot be explained," I think they meant to say "There are scripts too convoluted to be solved . . . plots that will never be explained." (What, me bitter? It's just that the writers made it sound like it was all going to tie into some great overarching reasonable premise. I'm still holding out hope for Lost -- yeah, I know, Fool me once . . .)

    However, I would TOTALLY invite myself to your pig roast if we didn't have a family reunion on the evening of the 24th and my son's birthday the next day.

    (And, yeah, I'll see the movie anyway -- I don't care about Scully and her hair, but I'll be there to see David Duchovny.)

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  28. Yay, someone else is geeking out ober this as much as me. Did you know that on the xfiles movie website, carter has a list of episodes to watch that inform the movie? xfiles.com check it out.
    Only the x files can lure me out of lurking...:)

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