He was surprised that I didn't know Zac's gay -- and that I haven't met Zac, or Sonia. He may come to this Wednesday's seminar and sit in the back with me and Sara :)
At one point I said something about the fact that everything becomes my job because I'm the most competent staff person on the floor -- and then I hastened to caveat that I love Katie and she's totally the second most competent staff person on the floor and he said it's a wide gap (with no offense to Katie) and I was like, "Aww, heart, thank you," and he was like, "Um, I'm happy to state obvious facts in front of you."
We went to Keith's birthday party -- and did not get lost. We also passed the be-spiderwebbed houses on Russell Street I had seen before Halloween.
At the party we watched the first three episodes of ALF (thanks to Netflix). Wow, this show ran from 1986-1990. (And I totally watched it as a kid. My preschool school picture I'm wearing an ALF sweatshirt.) It is not a high-quality show at all. But we had so much fun watching it tonight.
I love how one-of-the-guys the daughter was in the pilot episode, so I was sad that in the third episode she has a boyfriend. [Edit: Not that you can't be "one of the guys" and also date a guy; I was just enjoying reading her as a babydyke. /edit]
From episode 2: "May I suggest a murder-suicide?" People frequently commented on stuff that you couldn't do on tv nowadays, but I didn't know there was ever a time you could say that. It was funny, though.
In episode 3 one of the guys who works for the President actually uses the phrase "commie pinko." (Though the moral of the story turns out to be about nuclear disarmament. I think. There was a lot of peanut gallery talking over the episodes.)
"Air Force One, how may I help you, Sir or Madam, as the case may be." I wanna start answering my work phone that way.