joonscribble: (ruletheworld)
Worlds are colliding, evil deeds are a'brewin'. Strangely, all I care about is whether or not Peter and Walter will reunite.

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joonscribble: (ruletheworld)
Worlds are colliding, evil deeds are a'brewin'. Strangely, all I care about is whether or not Peter and Walter will reunite.

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joonscribble: (HorriblyWrong)
Oh...god. It's so sad! SO SAD!

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joonscribble: (HorriblyWrong)
Oh...god. It's so sad! SO SAD!

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I'm feeling ever so slightly bitter that I'll be spending my 30th birthday holed up in a library to work on my thesis. People have encouraged for me to take a night off to party, but I know me. Right now I'm so stressed that if I do an actual Going Outside and Party party, I'll go crazy and make bad choices. So instead I'll most likely take a couple of hours out in between drafts to catch up on fandoms and such.

Dresden Files  - I noticed that Paul Blackthorne has been making the guest star rounds on a few TV shows. I want the man to get himself a series ASAP. Preferably playing a good guy. I know he'll be doing a reoccurring role on CSI: Miami as a villain, which is better than nothing. I know a lot of people got introduced to Blackthorne via his role as villain Stephen Saunders on 24, but I knew him first as Harry Dresden and I often just can't see him as the Bad Guy even when he plays one. Case in point, I kept waiting for his character to turn out to be good when he showed up on Leverage.

Terrance Mann is a few subway stops away from me in The Addams Family musical. A part of me wants to see this because Bob! But another part of me just knows this musical has to to be awful.

But obviously I can't move on and basically want to just sit down and rewatch all my precious Dresden Files episodes again. This show will never get old for me. Never.

Merlin - We are getting a season three and there is already pictorial evidence of them filming. Now that I already feel myself moving slightly away from Doctor Who and since it seems like UK Torchwood is dead, this show is moving in to fill the empty, gaping hole in my heart. When I first watched this show, I was so convinced that it was too young for me, but given the nature of the last season, Merlin has rapidly matured. It's like a balm against the ache I feel over Doctor Who. Speaking of which....

Doctor Who - I know we are only two episodes in, but I'm already afraid. And no, it's not Matt Smith. I actually find him to be one of the best things about the show right now. I'm just...not impressed with Stephen Moffat. At all. I could actually write an entire thing on why in a game of RTD vs. Moffat, RTD would win every time. But I don't want to ignite rage on the Internets and also I should probably save that sort of critical writing for my thesis.

Fringe - I haven't watched this show in forever, but I did catch the episode that finally explained Peter and the Big Secret We All Sort of Knew. Now that they're circling around finally revealing it to the characters, I desperately want to see the fallout. Especially since in between my viewings, the Bishops' relationship has gotten so strong. I

Supernatural - Okay, I'll admit it. I have NO clue how Kripke is going to resolve this storyline. I mean, unless God is just doing a massive fake out, I don't know how they're going to avoid the Apocalypse. 
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I'm feeling ever so slightly bitter that I'll be spending my 30th birthday holed up in a library to work on my thesis. People have encouraged for me to take a night off to party, but I know me. Right now I'm so stressed that if I do an actual Going Outside and Party party, I'll go crazy and make bad choices. So instead I'll most likely take a couple of hours out in between drafts to catch up on fandoms and such.

Dresden Files  - I noticed that Paul Blackthorne has been making the guest star rounds on a few TV shows. I want the man to get himself a series ASAP. Preferably playing a good guy. I know he'll be doing a reoccurring role on CSI: Miami as a villain, which is better than nothing. I know a lot of people got introduced to Blackthorne via his role as villain Stephen Saunders on 24, but I knew him first as Harry Dresden and I often just can't see him as the Bad Guy even when he plays one. Case in point, I kept waiting for his character to turn out to be good when he showed up on Leverage.

Terrance Mann is a few subway stops away from me in The Addams Family musical. A part of me wants to see this because Bob! But another part of me just knows this musical has to to be awful.

But obviously I can't move on and basically want to just sit down and rewatch all my precious Dresden Files episodes again. This show will never get old for me. Never.

Merlin - We are getting a season three and there is already pictorial evidence of them filming. Now that I already feel myself moving slightly away from Doctor Who and since it seems like UK Torchwood is dead, this show is moving in to fill the empty, gaping hole in my heart. When I first watched this show, I was so convinced that it was too young for me, but given the nature of the last season, Merlin has rapidly matured. It's like a balm against the ache I feel over Doctor Who. Speaking of which....

Doctor Who - I know we are only two episodes in, but I'm already afraid. And no, it's not Matt Smith. I actually find him to be one of the best things about the show right now. I'm just...not impressed with Stephen Moffat. At all. I could actually write an entire thing on why in a game of RTD vs. Moffat, RTD would win every time. But I don't want to ignite rage on the Internets and also I should probably save that sort of critical writing for my thesis.

Fringe - I haven't watched this show in forever, but I did catch the episode that finally explained Peter and the Big Secret We All Sort of Knew. Now that they're circling around finally revealing it to the characters, I desperately want to see the fallout. Especially since in between my viewings, the Bishops' relationship has gotten so strong. I

Supernatural - Okay, I'll admit it. I have NO clue how Kripke is going to resolve this storyline. I mean, unless God is just doing a massive fake out, I don't know how they're going to avoid the Apocalypse. 
joonscribble: (Prepared)
A colleague of a Mr. Smith's could only be a Mr. Jones.

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joonscribble: (Prepared)
A colleague of a Mr. Smith's could only be a Mr. Jones.

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joonscribble: (Default)
So, yes. I am sick. Fever, sore throat, chills. Awesome.

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joonscribble: (Default)
So, yes. I am sick. Fever, sore throat, chills. Awesome.

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joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)
Fringe returns with 100% more pigeons and 80% more personality for Olivia!

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joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)
Fringe returns with 100% more pigeons and 80% more personality for Olivia!

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joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)

So, one of my professors moved our exam from next week to the week after. Instead, this week we're doing a practice exam that won't be graded. In my mind, this only means I need to take an exam twice, which kind of sucks in my opinion.

AnywayI bring you my review of the latest "Fringe" episode which I watched while taking a break from studying for Stats and reading Neil Gaiman's latest novel.

Spoilers )
joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)

So, one of my professors moved our exam from next week to the week after. Instead, this week we're doing a practice exam that won't be graded. In my mind, this only means I need to take an exam twice, which kind of sucks in my opinion.

AnywayI bring you my review of the latest "Fringe" episode which I watched while taking a break from studying for Stats and reading Neil Gaiman's latest novel.

Spoilers )
joonscribble: (ruletheworld)

Once again, The Fringe makes a bunch of scientists, alive and dead, roll around in a fit of agony over the ridiculousness.

Walter and Peter still pull me into watching this show.

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joonscribble: (ruletheworld)

Once again, The Fringe makes a bunch of scientists, alive and dead, roll around in a fit of agony over the ridiculousness.

Walter and Peter still pull me into watching this show.

Spoilers )
joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)
I continue to enjoy the father/son dynamics, even if the actual plots are fairly WTFOHPLZ!

Is the episode title ironic? SPOILERS )

joonscribble: (Dr.Horrible)
I continue to enjoy the father/son dynamics, even if the actual plots are fairly WTFOHPLZ!

Is the episode title ironic? SPOILERS )

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