Let's be honest: You're going to need to download, with a good friend, after the Great American Solar Eclipse.
You'll want to discuss what you saw, how your pinhole projector ended up working, if the glasses you bought really delivered on the whole freaking moon-in-front-of-the-sun thing, and how much you love anything to do with astronomy.
You, for sure, can gobble some of the Moon Pies and other eclipse-themed treats that popped up at your viewing party. You might even go in search of a Krispy Kreme doughnut or Sprinkles cupcake on Aug. 21 (both companies have special eclipse treats in honor of the sky spectacular).
What to do, where to go and what to see
The restaurant is opening early, at 11 a.m., to welcome those eclipse fans who watched the show at nearby Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park, as well as all eclipse aficionados everywhere who want a craft, fancy-fixins burger at a substantional savings of 50% off.
Also a deal? All of the restaurants draft beers — there are 40 of them — will be 4 bucks through 4 p.m. on Aug. 21.
A little foam, a hearty bite, and chitchat about this rare occurrence, something that has brought a large dose of delight and wonder and cosmic cool to an oft-beleagured day of the week that can sometimes run a little low on all of those qualities.
If you can't make it before 4 p.m., take note: The Morrison's traditional Happy Hour is on from 3 to 7 o'clock. Betcha there'll be eclipse talk, the post-game rundown, during that time period, too.