I've a lot to say, so I'll crack on....
I returned to the Psychology Department on Friday, and promptly was invited to do another experiment. The first was similar to one I had done on Wednesday, and the other was very strange, involving me guessing the weight that an animated figure was shifting.
The sum total of the above is... £6.
I notice from adverts that The Experiment begins a week tomorrow (the 14th)
The Book Group is fantastic television. Set in Glasgow, and on Channel 4, highlights of it include a cameo from Armstrong or Miller, a gay ned, the guy from the porridge advert, and a slightly less vacuous version of Footballers' Wives. You should catch it while you can.
I happened to see Panic Room on Friday. It was okay, although let down by the ridiculous premise of a family of two living in a four-storey house. Far worse were the "alternative"-yet-unreconstructed-suburbanites sitting next to us, speaking in a grating accent.
Far better was Space Camp, which I watched this morning. It had everything you would expect from an eighties kid's film, and absolutely nothing more - a modern classic!
I should have a dream for you some time in the next week, I hope.