I love the ending to Nip/Tuck this week. Not so much the identity of the latest Carver victim, but Christian's decision. None of this bullshit Star Trek: Voyager there's a logical course of action to take to save millions, but we won't because it might hurt someone's feelings! stuff. This is so much better than middle-aged cutting. ;)
I got to Wednesday before hockey started and took over, so sneaking in Thursday and Friday now.
This is not bad. I hate present day Carla's makeup. I'm not a fan of them constantly telling me that those people are best friends and super close and all that and not actually showing it. But I suppose they're trying to squish a year's events into each episode.
Ooh, this could be really good. It's the atmosphere that makes this feel different from other shows, like something set in the Cthulhu Mythos.
We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far.
This show has the promise to depict that world. Or it could just degenerate into yet another crappy freaky creature of the week rip-off of X Files, and Supernatural is already doing that and doing it well.
Haven't watched any episodes yet. I'll probably collect a bunch and watch them all at once, like I did last season. That kind of thing is good for people who have no memories like me. Still feeling faint disgust at the getting hit by a car thing at the end of last season.
Crap. I'm going to delete this season pass from TiVo when I get home. There's never anything at stake in this show. *yawn* I already have Las Vegas for completely safe, brain dead entertainment and it's better because it has much boobage.
The worst of the big three alien shows (Invasion and Surface are the other two) which is what makes it the best! There is nothing - not logic, credibility, physics, nothing - that will get in the way of exciting scenes and unnecessary peril! Plus, I love the trees made of glass.