The 2012 Toyota Sienna (Wow, what a Minivan!)
Man, I loved driving this. Comfy, ROOMY. Let me say that again. ROOMY. Visibility galore! The eletronic goodies and great mileage. Here's the virtual test drive vid:
The 2012 Toyota Tacoma!
Okay, I'm in love again. This time with a truck!
You know, I've never owned a pickup before, and quite frankly, if I bought a 2012 Toyota Tacoma, I could probably still say that! This is NOT what you think of when you think "pickup truck." It's plush, comfy, technologically sharp, and a truly awesome ride.
The 2012 Toyota Camry!
Wow, Toyota has really outdone itself with the new redesigned (I like to say reimagined) Camry. Roomy, sporty, classy and an awesome driving machine. You've GOT to test drive one of these babies at Larry Miller Toyota.
The 2012 Toyota Prius!
I am really excited about the 2012 Prius. I'd never driven one of these amazing cars before, so when Mark Mauer and the gang at Larry Miller Toyota handed me the keys, they didn't have to ask twice!
The ride is so smooth, and you wanna talk ROOMY? PLENTY of room to get confortable in the Prius. Being a techie, I have to admit that I was wowed by how much detail I got about the operation of the power system while driving, all at a quick glance. You can see very precisely how your driving habits affect the mileage you get in the Prius, and I quickly learned how to use the hybrid system to get 50+ mpg. With gas prices climbing daily, this is an incredible opportunity to maximize your driving dollars.
Roomy, high-tech, comfortable and eco-friendly. I'm loving the new 2012 Toyota Prius!
Wow. What a send-off.
"Swan Song" was a beautiful, touching and funny look at the people who brought the characters and show to life. The last scene of the hour-long pre-finale feature was Hugh Laurie and Robert Sean Leonard ("House" and "Wilson") stalking each other through the Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital sets, James Bond style, dressed in tuxedos and armed with paintball guns.
After the game, paint splattered and drinking champaign, the pair shoot up the set, paint pellets defacing the carefully crafted walls. Very funny, and so in character.
I especially liked the acknowledgement that "House" was inspired by Arthur Conon Doyle's "Sherlock Holmes" stories. It was obvious to any Holmes fan (House/Holmes, Wilson/Watson), a brilliant, yet socially flawed, opiate addicted (Holmes was hooked on laudanum, a liquid opium mixture) musician. Both House and Holmes' address was 221 B.
As for the final hour episode...
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