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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

And now, something completely off topic

I love this mindless stuff. Always did. Always will.

And even though I cannot remember on which night of the week it was televised back in the Bradley School/Derby, Connecticut days, I also looked forward to it in part because "Lost in Space" night was the only night I was allowed to stay up past 7:30.

Penny (Angela Cartright of Sound of Music fame) Robinson was an uber babe. She went and survived those killer birds at "Bodega Bay" only to become lost in space.

And a little more than ten years later, her acting sister, Veronica, fresh off her performance in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," was killed by none other than one of Ellen Ripley's now-legendary cinematic "Aliens."

Oh, yeah, and Veronica also played the mother to a alien-abducted child in "Flight of the Navigator." Oh, and she also appeared on "Leave ot to Beaver" for two seasons as Beaver's classmate.

See that?

An entire truncated post without a single reference to bed bugs.



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