This week's Imagineer Quest 2007 update...
As I stated last week, Imagineer Quest 2007 has been a complete success. This week, it got even better; previously I had received an e-mail from an Imagineer willing to talk to me, and this week I spent nearly 30 minutes on the phone with him. What can I tell you about it? What did he say? It's all about hard work, perserverance, and doing what you love. Will it be easy for me to become an Imagineer? No, no it won't, but that does not mean it won't happen.
Sunday, June 22:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Nature - “Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns.” If going to the movies has taught me anything, and I’m not sure that it has but go with me here, it’s that Wyld Stallyns Rule! And that should be reason enough to watch this.
9:00 - 10:30PM
Mystery! “Miss Marple, Series III”. Ever since watching Murder By Death years ago, see it if you haven’t, I can’t take Miss Marple seriously. I don’t have the same problem with Charlie Chan or Sam Spade or any of the other guys, but Miss Marple and I are through. It’s sad really, because back in the day, when I was just a lad at boarding school, she and I, well, you know.
10:30 - 11:00PM
PBS Previews: The War. This is exactly what it says it is, a behind the scenes look at an upcoming PBS Documentary entitled The War. It’s about World War II, not World War I, The War on Terror, the War of the Worlds, or The War of the Roses.
Monday, July 23:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Antiques Roadshow - “Portland (Hour Two).” Wow, Oregon. No one ever said that the Roadshow didn’t go to the ends of the Earth, and I’ve heard that Portland, Oregon is that. Much like with past cities, I’m not saying anything bad about Portland here, I actually really applaud the show for thrusting this otherwise benign city into the national spotlight. Maybe there’ll be a really swell rocking chair from 1821 to be found in Portland.
9:00 – 10:00PM
History Detectives. For some reason when I think of these detectives, Encyclopedia Brown always comes to mind. I have no idea why that is, but I’m quite curious. Do any of you know why I might always think of Encyclopedia Brown when I’m thinking of the History Detectives? Please comment below.