Kath is making great progress, even though she still is in pain and, more annoyingly, will be stuck in a cast for 5 weeks, not the 3 she had been told pre-surgery. She's going stir crazy and the dogs will not leave her alone.
We caught up on our Netflix Queue last week; finally got around to seeing "Network", which we'd had for about a month. I'd seen it before, but it was Kath's first time, and I continue to maintain that it's one of the best screenplays of all time. Certainly it's the most cynical, and I wonder if the people behind the Fox network got their ideas from this movie. We also saw "3:10 to Yuma", which was pretty good up until the very end - there was a WTF moment that made absolutely no sense and pulled us out of the film entirely. Also: "Helvetica", which was pretty and had a great soundtrack but was also somewhat bland and not terribly informative, other than to say that people in the type-design business can be incredibly pretentious.
Also played the hell out of GTA4, which I've incoherently rambled about here; I'm just over 51% complete. As I haven't finished the story I can't come right out and call it the greatest game ever made, but unless they seriously fuck up the plot later on, it's certainly in the running.