Watched a Denzil Washington movie on Saturday night called Out of Time - which appropriately fitted Bobby Zamora's weary trek back to the bench a few hours before.
Now, shy and retiring as this column is, it should be noted 24 hours before that, yours truly asked whether this was the time to consider trying an Andy Johnson-Erik Nevland axis at Fulham's front instead.
Boss Roy Hodgson diplomatically booted it into touch.
With tongue firmly bit into place post-match following the Norwegian's brace and Andy Johnson's help-yourself against a witless Portsmouth,
Hodge revealed the with-drawal of Zamora after a truly woeful hour was in the player's best interests and that he sometimes over-prepares for games. Eh?
Is that like running,lifting,and jumping more than is good for him?
If so, then I'm assuming the £6m former West Ham man is allowed to work himself into the ground without check by Fulham's backroom staff or that he slips off to the gym when no-one's looking.
But, I suspect like most strikers who are out of touch, the over-work is between his ears.
If you don't think you're going to score, you probably won't.
What irritated Whites fans, who made sure their club's manager was aware of their feelings over the six-foot-one striker,was that he wasn't even jumping for balls very much against Pompey.
I expect Zam's lack of goals was one thing as Hodgson indicated, but once he wasn't even supplying Johnson, what's left? You might be interested to know that Zamora has given precisely one paper inter-view since he arrived at Fulham - and that to The Independent - as well as a solitary one to his club website. It might be one of us in the media tucked him up in the past.
But he clearly isn't a happy bunny - and now's the time for Roy to give him a break - but I wouldn't bet on it.
It's Wigan on Saturday, and a big man, Nevland is not.