I’ve had some doozies of dreams lately. Alone, they probably don’t amount to much, but together… they still don’t probably amount to much. I just think the cast has been strange of late, so here they are, collected as an anthology, separated by photos, natch.
In this dream, David Duchovny and Tea Leoni were still together, and they happened to be the parents of my friend/boss Paul’s kids (his lists are begrudgingly featured on this very site). Does this mean that I subconsciously refer to them as such? WTF do I know?
Anytruthisoutthere, the family went to a campground where the parents and kids stayed on opposite sides. The twisted purpose of the camp was to make the parents forget about their kids as they are set off into the real world alone. Pretty Roald Dahl-type stuff here.
So as the weeks and months go by, the two tykes survive in the world with the help of a magical friend, played by John Travolta, looking exactly like he does above for his role in The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3. As he helps Paul’s kids find their way back to Dave and Tea, Dave and Tea slowly remember that they have kids they need to find. They prepare to leave the campground after six months, and the child-hating neighbors become suspicious. When readying to leave their house (must have been a fancy campground), everyone stares through their front windows at them. It was creepy, trust me.
This was kind of a quick snippet. In the dream, the TripleDoubleU was all in a tizzy because allegedly there was a quick nude scene in an old episode of Charles in Charge, featuring Nicole Eggert.
Way to go subconscious. Make dream nudity as geeky as possible.
I was back in high school in this dream, and the Principal from Parker Lewis Can’t Lose(season one coming to DVD June 30th – yay!) and the Janitor from Scrubs were my principal and janitor. And I caught them. Making out. And possibly more. I was having a bad day in the dream (of course), and after bearing witness to their deeds, I knew I had carte blanche. I whistled as I walked the halls, long after the class bells rang.
In this last bit, I was in a JC Penney for some reason. Everybody was dancing around like I was in some sort of musical. My brother appeared to me in the form of a Muppet and he lead me into the part of the store that basically was Sesame Street. This probably has to do with what I got him as a birthday gift, but still… weird.
INGREDIENTS: Peanut butter bagels, and probably my growing Twitter addiction (don’t believe my addiction… just check out my last three posts).