Two little words that changed my week.
You see, I injured my knee three weeks ago in my Muay Thai class. It hurt, but felt like it was getting better.
Then, Thursday Night, at the World Championship Bar-B-Q Cookoff, I turned my foot to the right and it felt like someone jabbed me in the knee with a cattle prod.
I couldn't put any weight on the thing, so while half the internet was obsessing about a dress, I had to be golf carted out.
Thanks Carl from Safety.
Yesterday, the orthopedist confirmed what I had already figured out. Bucket Handle Tear in the right knee. Surgery Monday.
That pretty much scuttle yesterday and brings us Saturday LinkFrogging.
Its a day late, but you're still getting the cheesecake I had lined up for you yesterday.
Please say hello to Katee Sackhoff.
Ms. Sackhoff is most famous for her role as Starbuck on the rebooted Battlestar Galactica.
Aside from warring on the Cylons, Ms. Sackhoff has been featured in Halloween: Resurrection, 24, and Longmire.
She's also made a memorable appearance as herself on The Big Bang Theory.
Why Ms. Sackhoff this week?
This week she appeared in Power/Rangers, a fan film casting the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in a much darker world.
It created a big stir this week and was even pulled for a while.
The video is back up. You can watch it in its entirety below.
Yes, Hunter, that is Dawson. He's the bad guy. Deal with it.
Let's hit the links.
John Lydon apologizes to the entire human race
Streaming services need to pay songwriters fairly
Noel Gallagher on how he invented Oasis and why you shouldn't expect a reunion anytime soon
Consumed by EXHUMED - Part 1
They're coming for you: The War on Us
Let's build the best security we can and then purposely put a hole in it (to paraphrase the NSA) #facepalm
Rowan Atkinson selling his gorgeous McLaren F1...for $12,000.000
NYPD using Roadhouse to train its officers, mijo
The faded grandeur of science fantasy
Mary Poppins sings death metal
The 20 dirtiest album covers of all time
And finally, major movie roles that almost starred Nicolas Cage