Thursday, January 04, 2007

six feet under - the rainbow of her reasons

Vesper was talking about the last episode of Six feet Under and I remembered to search for my favourite scene of the show: when Claire, bored to death at work, starts to sing about how her tights are bothering her. Brilliant piece!

13 comments:

Novel Nymph said...

I never saw Six Feet Under but I have wanted to sing about ill fitting hose before myself!

I am a newcomer to your blog--made you del.icio.us--and am thankful for your link to Bomba Inteligente so I can learn Portuguese...

Devil Mood said...

Hi Nymph, thanks for dropping by and welcome :)
I think we can all relate to feeling trapped in tights once in a while ;)
Bomba Inteligente is a great blog but sometimes a bit too complex for me, even knowing portuguese as my main language...she's an intelectual! ;)

DayByDay4-2Day said...

I can recall a bad moment as a child involving tights.....

Vesper said...

haha! so so funny. I LOVE IT!

Ps said...

It was too good!Loved it :-)

Ps said...

I've never seen this show or heard of it...am not much of a T.V buff (watch movies though)Am sure the rest of the show is as good.

Sophie said...

i have not seen this show -
so i shall rent it -
and loved that clip!!!!!!!!!

Chloe said...

she is wonderful!

Stephanie said...

This is one of those shows I keep meaning to watch, but never have. Perhaps a rental in the near future is in order!

Devil Mood said...

Day: I think they were even more uncomfortable back then...gosh, what a nightmare! lol

Vesper: it was a unique moment!

PS: The show is good, very intense and sometimes includes some wacky moments like this one!

Sophie: I think it's worth it so do that!

Chloe: Yes, I really wish I had her hair ;)

Devil Mood said...

Stephanie: I didn't like it much in the beginning, but then it becomes addictive. :)

Stephanie said...

I think I might like it.
I have odd cousins who have a funeral home.
yes.
i do.

Devil Mood said...

Stephanie: I guess when that is your work it gets less creepy. A while ago someone suggested to me that I became a funeral director (!!!)