Okay, so Season One of Crinjoys, er, Killjoys is safely behind us. And the two words that best describe it are “wasted potential”. There was something terrifyingly wrong with every goddamned episode of this show, and only the two last episodes feebly attempted to correct the disastrously charted course.
words, words, words
Here's a picture:
Today has been very booky on io9, what with the absolutely awesome chapter from the newest Scott Lynch book, the very sad news about Iain M Banks and the usual Wednesday Bookclub. It got me thinking...
Each regeneration of The Doctor is represented by a different coloured tube line. The stations are the baddies he meets on his journeys, with interchanges where more than one Doctor battled a particular enemy - Doctors two and three met The Ice Warriors, so their lines cross there, and it gets very complicated at the…
Holy… wow! No wonder they gave him the part!
Pretty sure most people who'd care know, but ep1 is now available to download and will be 'till next Friday.
The House of Hatrack has been running through some old Supernaturals and enjoying seeing all the one-off actors from other genre shows. Aside from the obvious, omnipresent Mark Shepard, so far (in the half dozen episodes we've watched) we've noticed:
The cover story of the April 3, 1988 Los Angeles Times Magazine predicts the L.A. of the year 2013, with illustrations by Syd Mead, and prognostications about fiber optic computer networks, smart cars, and domestic robots who talk like Slim Pickens. A quarter century later, a USC engineering professor looks at what…
Came across this doing an image search and just had to issue a #creativechallenge. 35 words or more:
Did I watch this whole thing? Yes... yes I did.
I've been trolling through my old Odeck comments looking for something specific and came across one where I mentioned starting to watch Buffy with Junior Hatrack. That was roughly four months ago. We just ran through season 4 in about a week. The show definitely got better with experience.
Just an experiment with multiple tagging.