The road so far. I’ve got S7 from the library. Haven’t started it yet, but am going to do so this evening (if I can stay awake long enough. Long day). Continue reading SPN, 6×19-6×22
Just some musings I had, still having three episodes left to go in S6. Continue reading SPN, some pre-S6finale thoughts
The road so far. Continue reading SPN, 6×11-6×19
The road so far. Continue reading SPN, 6×08-6×10
Today it is 50 years since the broadcast of the first episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, titled The Man Trap (aka Saltmonsters Need Love Too).
Happy birthday, Star Trek, and many happy returns!
The road so far. Well, Dad is watching along with me. I think. He’s not watching it as intently as I am, because it’s not his kind of show, but he will eventually come and join me. I have no idea what he thinks about the whole thing. Continue reading SPN 6×05-6×07
The road so far Continue reading SPN 6×01-6×04
Yeah, spoilery for the first 5 seasons, so if you haven’t seen them, as I know sis hasn’t, then don’t read. Continue reading Supernatural, the road so far
- Person of Interest. I am not enamoured with the plot-device of The Machine. I just don’t like the whole ‘The government is watching you all the damned time!’ It’s too real, maybe, in a way. But the show works even when you ignore how Reese and Finch get the info on what people to help, and I like Carter. Like, a lot. She should have been the main character, instead of Reese and His Pain, Because Woe He Was A Killer For The CIA. But Jim Caviezel is easy on the eyes.
- Elementary. Yeah, mainly because of Lucy Liu. She makes a terrific Watson. Not that I mind Jonny Lee Miller as Holmes. He does a good job of it.
- Death in Paradise. Which is a British police-series set in the Caribbean, where the local police-force got reinforced by someone from England. Yeah, it does have a high ‘White man shows how he can solve murder better than the natives’-level. The first, played by Ben Miller, made up for that by being a complete and total tightass. The second, played by Kris Marshall, makes up for that by being somewhat of a human disaster. It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s a good way to spend an hour and not have to think too much, and the scenery is nice. Plus, it has Danny John-Jules.