I realized tonight that my students and I have wildly different conceptions of a good lecture. I was stoked about tonight's lecture on third-party intervention - it had excellent flow and rhythm, good symmetry of examples and theory and readings, just the right balance of powerpoint to talking, and the components (of which there were neither too many to be overwhelming nor too few to be unmanageable) not only fit well with one another but with the previous weeks of material and with the overall goals of the course. In a word - scrumptious. My students couldn't have been more bored. I resorted to telling them my hiiiiilarrrious story of visiting Tim Horton's in Windsor, Ontario just so they would react to something.
Oh well - I suppose it's not THE END OF THE WORLD!!! (Props to LittleSisterBro for the link)