I cooked some basmati rice, and then went to the Indian grocery. I'd planned to be back for the goat curry, and I got some. I also got baingan barthe, one of the dishes with eggplant in it. I wrote the name of it down this time. When I got home, I had those and the leftover chicken tikka masala. I couldn't really taste the eggplant in the baingan barthe, and it was rather spicy. It must have been another dish that I could really taste the eggplant in. They make at least two different eggplant dishes. The goat curry was as good as I remembered. I had kind of a lot of rice, but at least I had some protein with it. I found out that the grocery store proprietors also have a restaurant, which I'll have to check out sometime. I got the address for it.
I'll probably watch "Glee, Actually" again. I've seen some meta about it now. I'm dreading reading the AfterElton/AfterEllen recap because of the way the recapper hates on the show. At least I read some positive and/or thoughtfully critical meta beforehand, and will look for some more thoughtful meta afterwards, to counteract the hate.
Later: The AE recapper, Heather Hogan, didn't hate on the show too badly. Some of the commenters did. It's a sink of negativity. I got into watching Glee from the recaps and all the talk about it on AE, when Christie Keith was doing recaps in the second season. I don't think there was so much hate then. I continue to wonder why, if people hate the show, they still watch it. They could just not watch it. Aside from AE, I'm trying to stick to reading posts and comments from people who like the show.