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Hi all! Glad to
have you with us yet again. A big welcome to our new
members! Your presence is a testament to TBAA's enduring appeal.
Or at least Andrew's... :-) Anyway, we have a rather
lengthy (but fun we hope!) quiz for you all so we'll get to that
soon. But first we invite you to check out JABB's own graffiti
Please email Jenni at the address given on the page if you'd like to make an addition!
New Years Resolutions from JABB Members
Karen/Bunny resolves to:
What Type of Andrew Fan are You?
1. You've not been able to see TBAA in months because none of the stations in your area carry it. You've recently been informed that a station will begin airing all the episodes next week. Do you:
A. Rush to the store to stock up on videos so you can start a personal collection.
B. Buy extra videos so you can make copies of the best episodes for friends and show them the wonder that is Andrew.
C. Wait til next week and tune in even though you're not sure why you're doing so, just feel compelled.
D. Watch the episodes and start weeping remembering the good ole days when the episodes were new.
E. Watch the episodes, not because you really want to, but because you want to be able to discuss them with friends who will be watching.
2. You're walking through a department store and see a display of men's pocket watches. You:
A. Buy one, if with in your budget. It reminds you of Andrew and so you think it would be amusing to have one.
B. Buy one for your closest male friend or family member. When they thank you, you tell them you got the idea from Andrew and offer to let them watch an episode with you.
C. Find yourself staring at them. Wishing you weren't thinking about Andrew.
D. Rush past the display and into the restroom where you start crying.
E. Giggle at the effect the watches would have on your friends and possibly buy one just to see what reaction you get from them.
3. A friend or family member casually brings up TBAA and expresses dislike of Andrew's character you:
A. Simply say you disagree and later go to your room to watch choice episodes like "The Journalist" or "The Violin Lesson" to reaffirm your position.
B. Force the offender to stay seated and make them watch Andrew-iffic episodes.
C. Sigh and feel torn between wanting to defend him and wanting to not let it get to you.
D. Burst into tears and flee the room.
E. Try to memorize what they say so you can relate it to your friends and give them the joy of defending Andrew, one of their favorite activities.
4. You're going through a box of your old things and find a bunch of pictures of Andrew you printed off years ago. You:
A. Look through them and maybe select some to put up in your room again.
B. Take them and use the back of them as note cards which you will then send to friends.
C. Debate throwing them out, after all you've moved on, but yet that just doesn't seem right.
D. Flip through them, remembering which episode each came from, and then crying while listening to your favorite Andrew song.
E. Divide them up and give them to your friends. They'll love them and you'll enjoy seeing their happy faces upon receiving them.
5. You've just finished watching TBAA's finale (for those of you in other countries who have not yet seen it, just imagine what your reaction will be). You:
A. Wish Andrew had been in it more.
B. Wish Andrew had been in it more and so call all your friends trying to get them to help you with a fanfic entitled "I Will Walk with You: Andrew's Story aka What CBS Didn't Want You to Know."
C. Feel conflicted. It's sad that the show's gone but it *is* time to move on and really you can think of other things to do with an extra hour. And yet... you're kinda bummed.
D. Go ballistic as Andrew walks off-screen. Sob for an hour and then start sending passionate missives off to CBS begging them to get John a new show. Preferably one in which he is Andrew.
E. Look forward to discussing it with friends and cheering the more emotional variety with some cappuccino or ginger ale and orange juice.
6. John Dye *does* get a new show. You:
A. Go out, buy some tapes, set up the VCR, and anxiously await it!
B. Throw a party and invite all your friends. Serve delicious food to ensure they come. Then surprise them all by demanding they watch the show with you. Send party favors home. A booklet of good Andrew quotes maybe?
C. Debate for the entire hour before the show whether you should watch or not. You feel like maybe you're too old for the celeb crush thing. And yet... you tune in.
D. Watch the show, pretty much crying whenever he wonders on screen. If it's good you laugh deliriously for the next hour. If it's bad... commence more crying.
E. Are extremely excited for your friends mostly but will probly watch the first episode and give it a chance.
7. You're shopping and see this really cool men's green dress shirt. You:
A. Ha. It reminds you of Andrew. Smile!
B. Buy it. Will force male friend to wear it.
C. Don't look at the shirt... Don't look at the shirt... Put down the shirt!!
D. Remember the lovely green shirt pic of John and... buy the shirt. And giggle at the cash register profusely.
E. Laugh and imagine your friends purchasing the shirt, giggling while at the register.
8. Your parents/significant other/best friend tells you that they really feel this Andrew thing has gone on long enough. It's time to move on. You:
A. No way! Like I need their input??
B. Tell them to mind their own business and demand they return that copy of "The Violin Lesson" you gave them. It should obviously go to a more deserving party.
C. Y'know... they may be right. But... Sigh.
D. Go sit on your stairs and cry for a while occasionally looking heavenwards for the total effect.
E. Calmly explain that really you're just supporting your friends. And point out that you could do a lot worse.
9. "Twice Upon a Christmas" comes on. You:
A. You have it on tape. If you get desperate you'll find it and watch it but no need to watch it now.
B. Uhh, you never made copies for your friends of that one. Not sure it would be helpful...
C. You're all ready conflicted enough. No need to add Rudolpha or whatever the heck that freaky lady's name was into the mix.
D. Cry, rant, pace around, and just generally be emotional. Just cause that's what you like to do.
E. Smile and wonder if any of your obsessed friends will be watching. Then plan on calling and teasing them for it.
10. You've decided you'd like to make something expressive of your time with TBAA and Andrew. You:
A. Write a lovely poem, song, story, paint something, etc.
B. Do the same but then send it to friends along with an invitation to a TBAA marathon.
C. Do I have to?
D. Do an interpretative dance or act out a scene from a play you write. Get those emotions out!
E. Good gosh, is your friend doing an interpretative dance version of "The Journalist." Oh dear... Get this on tape. Blackmail purposes later, y'know.