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April 26th, 2008


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10:49 am - The bad thing about having so little online time....
...is that I really can't even justify the amount needed to blog about new eps of my shows!

The short, spoiler-free versions:

Supernatural: very amusing! Having seen Ghost Hunters made it exponentially more cracky and awesome, but as dotfic said, "Outsider pov! CANONICAL outsider pov!" Yeah. <3

(Also, regarding next week: FLAAAAIIIL. *clutches heart*)

Doctor Who: awesome in many ways, not least of which was the misunderstanding of "mate." *snicker* Of course I love Donna. This ep also really reminded me (thematically) of "Runaway Bride." If with a somewhat happier ending. Interesting. Also, what is up with that ghostly figure?! *runs away to read other reviews of ep*

Numb3rs: I have more thoughts (or will) over at real_numb3rs, but a solid ep in terms of plot; a character from an earlier episode returns in an excellent way; interesting Larry subplot; realistic and awesome character notes regarding Don and his love life (the clean shirt vs. the shirt Robin's wearing at the end = one adorable metaphor for commitment); and the very, very end, marking a painful moment of healing in Colby's arc. I LOVE THIS SHOW SO SO SO MUCH.

(Still have CSI to watch.)

(Also, have seen 3 more eps of Blake's 7, and must find time to blog about those!)
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From:feliciakw
Date:April 26th, 2008 06:39 pm (UTC)
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Random thought: What does it say about CSI that *both* of us have already watched SPN, Dr. Who, and N3, but neither of us have watched CSI?

I'm tempted to purchase SPN off iTunes, because our CW affiliate cutting teh pretty in half? Is just wrong.

I miss you having on-line time, too. I feel really disconnected from you when I don't get regular e-mails.

*frowny face*


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From:izhilzha
Date:April 27th, 2008 05:23 pm (UTC)
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What does it say about CSI that *both* of us have already watched SPN, Dr. Who, and N3, but neither of us have watched CSI?

Well, for me, I think it says that those 3 shows are taped on the downstairs DVR, while CSI is taped upstairs in Amanda's room, and I haven't been home with free time at hours when she's not cleaning her room or sleeping! *g*

I miss you having on-line time, too. I feel really disconnected from you when I don't get regular e-mails.

I know! It sucks. *sends you hugs*
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From:thewhiteowl
Date:April 26th, 2008 08:20 pm (UTC)
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Anything that involves Don and commitment in the same sentence sounds good. I've got pretty tired of the revolving door of Don Eppes's women over this season. The witness who got killed kind of pushed me from 'meh' into 'yuk' territory.
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From:izhilzha
Date:April 27th, 2008 05:25 pm (UTC)
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Heh. Well, at least he wasn't actually involved with said witness in the present time; it was back before his engagement to Kim, right?

But I agree: it's about time Don got over that issue and settled a little. You don't get these eps when they air in the US, right? Well, when you do watch this one, it's pretty awesome. I think you'll like it.
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From:thewhiteowl
Date:April 29th, 2008 07:43 pm (UTC)
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I actually got the impression that it was while he was with Kim; he did call it an affair. I ight be wrong.


Yeah, I do hope that Don and his women have reaced a stable phase. Over here we've just had the one where the people are getting shot at the restaurants, and he's with Liz. I could have got behind the Don/Liz ship if I didn't already know they were going to sink in s4, and also because Liz was willing to sleep with him when she thought he was still with Robin.

Edited at 2008-04-29 07:44 pm (UTC)
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From:kerravonsen
Date:April 26th, 2008 10:10 pm (UTC)
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awesome in many ways, not least of which was the misunderstanding of "mate."
(grin) Yep. Donna is a really good companion.

(thinks and scratches head) Why did I phrase it like that? Why did I not say "Donna rocks!" or "I love Donna!". Hmmm.
I just realized that I do love Martha more, possibly because I identify with her more, since she's (a) more intellectually inclined (b) extremely loyal and faithful.
But I know I don't dislike Donna, and I really like how she, even more than Martha, won't let the Doctor get away with things.
Hmmmm.

Also, have seen 3 more eps of Blake's 7, and must find time to blog about those!

Yes you must. 8-)
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From:izhilzha
Date:April 27th, 2008 05:26 pm (UTC)
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Donna is a really good companion.

That's actually a great way to put it, because she's a little bit wild and unpredictable, and I think the Doctor really needs someone like her right about now. So yeah: not that I love her more than Martha or Rose (Martha's my fav out of the 3), but that Donna's going to be a really solid and awesome person to travel with the Doctor.

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