Thanks to the tornado (which I witnessed outside while picking up farm share and running a fever of 102), I had no Internet yesterday. Time Warner's lady robot who answered their phone when I called yesterday from my sick bed, desperate for amusements, described it as a "storm-related outage" and assured me that the technicians knew how important my cable was to me and were trying to restore my service. (She also didn't understand my responses when I said "yes, please." Robots do not appreciate courtesy.)
But, it came back in the middle of the night with a vengeance, in the form of a dedicated foe of evil, defender of the weak, champion of truth and justice.
I loved Isis. I remember very little about the show, except that it was on at the end of Saturday cartoons and that she would invoke various Egyptian gods to give her powers. I would get the TV listings from the paper and then highlight the shows I wanted to watch so I would know to change the channel when needed at the right time. And, I always changed to channel 3 for Isis. I seem to remember some episode about an archeological dig? Or maybe that was just the backstory in the opening credits? I remember, though, that I loved it. And so it must be good, right?
After all, she's a snappy dresser and a part of my heritage. And she predates this other part of my heritage by about ten years.
I wonder if she will scare Nick, Diana, and Kevin as much as that younger heritage.
The December 2015 Shot - Louis & Tracey
1 year ago