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Fashion Week II - LOLMac
u can has RDA
Fashion Week II

He shoulda read da memo

Episode:   The Gun, Season 6           Screen Capture from: macsyourman

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bull_demon From: bull_demon Date: 6th November 2009 22:02 (UTC) (Link)
You have to wonder if RDA helped pick out his own wardrobe, or if the costume department was trying to see if he would wear whatever they gave him.

I mean, it's not *that bad* of a design, but around here, it would be attracting hummingbirds and fuzzy bees for miles...
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 6th November 2009 22:16 (UTC) (Link)
Given that he's colour-blind, I'd guess the latter. (Most actors simply wear whatever they're handed, especially when the workday gets to the 14-hour range.) But he had enough input on his character that I can only assume he liked the idea of Mac wearing loud shirts.
wanderingsmith From: wanderingsmith Date: 6th November 2009 22:27 (UTC) (Link)
awww! but I like the shirt..
-yah, I'm *that* weird-
you do know that came out of Si's closet, right?
lolmac From: lolmac Date: 7th November 2009 00:06 (UTC) (Link)
Or, given the relative time frames, maybe Siler got the shirt from him.
wanderingsmith From: wanderingsmith Date: 7th November 2009 00:07 (UTC) (Link)
LmAO! :D
alternatealto From: alternatealto Date: 6th November 2009 23:01 (UTC) (Link)

Y'know, I'm not so sure about this "shirt's gotta go" thing. I mean, if that shirt were just released, unsupervised, into the wild who knows what might happen? Empires crumbling, entire ecosystems destroyed, the planet turning backwards on its axis . . . the mind reels.

Yes, the shirt has to be dealt with, but it needs to be a careful process. It should be removed slowly, in a darkened room, so as not to startle him -- er, it.

Much more fun -- I mean, much safer, that's right, safer -- for everyone that way!

From: katxander Date: 7th November 2009 03:33 (UTC) (Link)

Releasing the shirt

The worst thing is if a feral shirt interbreeds with local wild shirts, it could permanently ruin the gene pool, causing defects for generations. My Danny & Jack rescued a couple of mullets that were released into the wilds of Malibu, and while ours was a success story (they now are popular cartoon characters), I cannot guarantee the same for a shirt that closely resembles "old lady" housecoats that my mother was always trying to foist off on me. Better it is mercifully refashioned into a shower curtain, as it was obviously meant to be.

lolmac From: lolmac Date: 7th November 2009 03:40 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Releasing the shirt

Interbreeding might seem somewhat unlikely, provided the wild shirts have the characteristic tendency of most creatures in that they reject otherwise sound individuals with abnormal coloration.

But given that this is southern California, the indigenous wild shirts have probably already been tainted with occasional strains of escaped polyesters. If you hadn't rescued those mullets, they might have cross-bred with the local seaweed by now.
From: katxander Date: 7th November 2009 03:50 (UTC) (Link)

Re: What a load of shirt

Yeah, I'm originally from SoCa, so I know just what happened with the botched Polyester Integration Experiment. That was a result of too many research grants being handed out indiscriminately to "scientists", whom I suspect had sampled some of the local vegetation prior to the release of the test subjects...you don't *really* think those polyesters got out all on their own?

lolmac From: lolmac Date: 7th November 2009 04:05 (UTC) (Link)

Re: What a load of shirt

Given how lazy and sluggish the average polyester is, I can well believe it; they rarely leave their cages unless tempted with deep-fried treats or threatened with irons. I personally suspect it was the work of bored graduate students. Or possibly eco-terrorists.
From: katxander Date: 7th November 2009 04:10 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Piling the shirt on deep

...or my mother.

archersangel From: archersangel Date: 9th November 2009 04:18 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Piling the shirt on deep

LMAO! at all of this
From: (Anonymous) Date: 9th November 2009 15:12 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Piling the shirt on deep

The worst part of it is, knowing how little Daniel loves taking up lost causes, I'm afraid my cartoon kid is going to come home with a rescued shirt...(evil plot bunny looming!). Stay tuned.

lothithil From: lothithil Date: 7th November 2009 04:12 (UTC) (Link)
Take it off! Take it off!

*puts on Tom Jones record 'You Can Leave Your Hat On'*

wanderingsmith From: wanderingsmith Date: 7th November 2009 21:33 (UTC) (Link)
....what a terrible shame.. he doesn't appear to have a hat available.... (VEG)
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