I have so much fun watching this show that I almost feel guilty. In fact, I can’t even bother to eat popcorn during viewing. Those who know me can testify to how extraordinary that is. And as long as Oliver’s shirtless workout routine is highlighted, I will keep watching.
Dear Walking Dead: You spent an hour killing off a character you’d already assassinated sometime in season two.
In Victor we can see some parallels to John Winchester as both men responded to their personal tragedies by developing such singleness of purpose that they frequently if not constantly failed to consider the consequences of their actions. While John did not murder Mary, he, like Victor, did take away Sam and Dean’s childhoods with his drive to find and conquer the demon responsible for her death.
Monroe has power, and not just in the figurative sense, but in the very literal, he can now power weapons, helicopters and lights sense. Oh, and he can slaughter as many rebels as he wants whenever he wants with reckless abandon. Just the type of power you want in the hands of a psychopath.
Looks like you can bring a Taser to a dragon fight. Is that a magic Taser? I want a magic Taser. It’ll go with my magic pepper spray.
The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a really well done modernization of Pride and Prejudice. I was really impressed by the way they managed to take this old school, quiet little Regency-period drama about love and life and interpersonal relationships (which my ex-boyfriend calls a very long cricket match with tea – whether anyone plays cricket or not) and made it interesting for audiences now.
What a good time I had watching the show last week. It followed the tried-and-true Supernatural formula: (good story + fun characters) x classic verbal zingers = entertaining tv viewing experience. That and all the talk of unicorns and Disney characters.
Nerds are nerds wherever you go. That’s kind of the beauty of cons. Whether you’re in a convention center in Central Florida or San Diego, it’s a gathering of people who are passionate about something, to the point that they have to share that passion with others in a communal experience. And that’s kind of awesome.
Felicity is trussed up like a Christmas goose behind her desk…and she is wearing panda shoes. That is really what this episode was about. It had nothing to do with comic book characters or fighting crime, it was about stylish women’s footwear.