Wow, the 24 borrowing continues… this starts the same minute the last one ended.
I think Kim Delaney’s unexplained physical change is even more dramatic than Luke’s between A New Hope and Empire.
10.5: Whew, thank god…Washington, Oregon and most of California survived!
10.5 Apocalypse: Oh, yeah, Hawaii and Washington were totalled after all.
So, who’s gonna die, mother or daughter?
And boom goes the (heavily green screened) dynamite…
Man, FEMA moves pretty quick-like in make-beleive world.
I’ve figured it out- Kim Delaney has developed the mumps in the past hour since 10.5 Classic.
A horse went apeshit. I WONDER WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN!
Magnetism! Again! (Magnetism is what caused the Columbia River to run backward last time. It’s apparently causing ENOUGH WATER TO FILL LAKE MICHIGAN to seep up into the Four Corners area.) I am tickled.
All the continents were in a supercontinent called Pangea! Bwa ha ha!
…Oh wait, they got that one right.
I know I like to point out similarities between 10.5 and 24, but is Kim Delaney actually looking a bit like Michelle Dessler?
BTW, there was a 2.9 in Washington state at 6:39pm. Sweet dreams, Seattleans!
Carlos Bernard is actually pretty good at being Not Tony Almeida.
If Dean Cain wasn’t named “Dean,” he probably would be named “Brad.”
Oh my god, we’re being covered by several inches of rubble!
Maybe Delaney just got a buttload of Botox.
I don’t think the Earth’s core itself could raise Lake Mead’s temperature 30 degrees in four minutes.
Note to self: Do not fly helicopters into waterfalls. Hmm… where are my Wonderfalls DVDs?
Hey, sweet, Tremors is on the Spanish channel.
You know, my friend’s parents are regulars at the Nugget in Reno, and I don’t think they get free reign to the bowels of the plumbing system.
The Mississippi River used to be 1000 miles wide? Oh… kay.
Dude, if they didn’t build Vegas to survie a 6.4, I’m not feeling too sympathetic. I’ve had people having sex in the room next to me cause the equivalent of a 6.6.