Little Things

Several Lost alums making up for a certain co-star’s extremely selfish opinion. Daniel Dae Kim is forever as valiant and charming as Jin was. Maggie Grace is a steady voice of reason with just the right amount of bite. Harold Perrineau apparently helped Henry Ian Cusick’s son travel home safely. We have to go back…to leave Kate on the island. 

Meg Cabot writing about the coronavirus outbreak from Princess Mia’s perspective.

The Broadway community fundraising, performing, and congregating via live-streamed shows. Seth Rudetsky’s “Stars in the House” series and Broadway.com’s “Live at Five: Home Edition” occur daily, and Rosie O’Donnell’s conversation with Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker during her benefit show still delights me (they’re just at home watching Columbo and doing laundry!).

The beginnings of a likely Jack Davenport/Commodore Norrington binge, what with continuing (and adoring) Smash and realizing he’s in a perennial item on my watch list, Coupling

Pondering Katharine McPhee and David Foster’s relationship (and very power imbalance-y, cringey first meeting) while watching their Instagram Live concerts.

This podcast interview with Michael Zegen only encouraging my crush on him. I blame my Long Island origins and being way too familiar with city-adjacent strive and the no-nonsense yet calming accent that reminds you of your most suburban relatives.

Occasionally exercising by following along with Planet Fitness’s daily, live-streamed workouts.

Discovering a gorgeous, new-to-me Billy Joel song thanks to a very meh This Is Us finale.

Softening the blow of the Bachelor dumpster fire with the Great TikTok Watch of Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron

Getting first dibs on the e-book library checkout of Christina Lauren’s The Honey-Don’t List.

What are the little things getting you through? 

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