Another thing that Doc did the night that he dreamt of bibliographies was something that I think of as a classic Doc C moment.
To set this up I should explain that I used to love watching horror films, but I have learnt that watching them with the Doc is problematic because nothing supernatural scares him at all. The Doc will just think it's silly, and then can't understand why I'm so jumpy afterwards. He's asked me several times why an atheist gets so very freaked out by ghost stories, to which I have no answer deemed reasonable.
We had watched "White Noise Two: The Light" for two main reasons, firstly I'd heard it wasn't quite as silly as the original (which was the first film I reviewed on Alien Spouse, aaah!) and secondly Nathan Fillion is on screen for approximately ninety two minutes of the ninety nine minute running time. And we love Captain Mal in this house, so that's recommendation enough for us.
This particular film really wasn't that scary, in fact upon reflection it seemed really short and far too simple. I get the very distinct impression that a lot of stuff was cut out, and the story became a lot more linear and a lot less interesting. Afterwards we watched some of the special features (unfortunately Doc wouldn't go for the deleted scenes), but there was a little mini-documentary on the filming, and one of the locations was an old insane asylum which had the reputation of being haunted. So Nathan Fillion was walking around hamming it with a goth-lite member of the crew and it was all quite funny.
Then we went to bed and the Doc turned off the light, snuggled up to me and said:
"So you know that haunted insane asylum..."
I'm going to have to stop you right there Sweetheart, because I know what's going to happen next. I'm going to be left lying awake thinking far too much about haunted insane asylums for hours whilst you drift off into a peaceful sleep and, funnily enough, that doesn't really work for me.