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Look! We're standing with Gary Sinise and Melina Katrakorov-koo-koo-ka-choo!
The all female L.A. Derby Dolls are skating the banked track on the next episode the popular CBS television series CSI-New York on Wednesday, November 30. Broadcast time is 10:00 pm Eastern and Pacific/9:00 pm Central.Five members of the L.A. Derby Dolls put Lou Sanchez's banked roller derby track to good use as they skate roller derby for the CBS television cameras.Skaters participating are RedJenn, Mauly Hatchett, Dita Slayworth, Frida Fondle, and Tara Armov, who become part of the fictional Manhattan Minx roller derby squad.
About the episode:CSI - New York's sweeps period ends with the episode "Jamalot." The episode takes us to Manhattan's only all-female roller derby league, Big Apple Roller Derby, where the Manhattan Minx team is about the square off with the Brooklyn Clobbers. Twenty-two-year-old Rose, who goes by the name, "She Hate Me", is one of the best players on the Manhattan Minx team. But the Brooklyn Clobbers are proving to be a worthy adversary, and as the girls skate around the floorboards, smashing each other mercilessly, Rose goes down hard. Her coach, Ryan Chisholm, rushes towards her, and though Rose complains of bring in too much pain to keep going, the coach sends her back into the floorboard, proving to be a regrettable move - especially when the next smashing proves to be Rose's last one. This sounds like a case for Mac and Stella!
The L.A. Derby Dolls are hosting a special screening of the CSI - New York roller derby themed "Jamalot" episode at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California. Doors open at 9:00 pm, and the show starts at 10:00 pm local Hollywood time. It's a free event, so the L.A. Derby Dolls want you to bring your friends. The Knitting Factory is located at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard.
And as an added bonus...a rant.
Who the hell still writes checks out in the world anymore?!?!?!?! I had to stop at the local SavOn for some banana rum(jello shots...mmmmmm)and got stuck behind not one, but two idiot women who wrote checks and were conversational gits. I was waiting in line longer than I was wandering around the store looking for what I needed. I was annoyed. Verily. I almost threw the bottle of rum down onto the ground and stomped out. Seriously. What stopped me was sheer laziness on my part, as I didn't want to go riding around looking for another freakin' SavOn to frequent when I have stuff like writing blogs and websurfing to do. Hell, I'd probably run into another twenty or so stoopid women who haven't discovered the joys of a damn debit card and get stuck in line behind those idiots, too.
Rant over. Carry on.