I think it’s time to talk about that Bones finale. (more…)
So I’ve been watching Doctor Who.
But there must be stronger words to describe what I’ve actually been doing. Because it’s more like I married a fictional character and now I have a new last name, and I have to go into work and go about normal life when really everyone should be giving me presents. I have a whole new emotional register now! And in the words of new personal life hero David Tennant, “the thing about Doctor Who is that it’s very hard to explain without sounding like a lunatic.” But all I want to do is talk about it. (more…)
Bones fans are collectively in need of a hug right now, so I have 206 of them! (They’re in no particular order. I could never rank my babies.) Here’s part one; be on the lookout for a new segment every day this week. (more…)
“Beware the Ides of March” was the Roman version of a spoilery TV promo. Caesar knew to tune in at 9/8c with his tissues in hand, but he didn’t know why he’d need them, so he just walked around sad and scared all the time.
In his memory, here’s a list of my favorite TV deaths. To clarify, I’m talking actual, never-coming-back deaths, as opposed to the “technically dead for a while” thing, which 83% of TV characters have been at one time or another. I also limited myself to one death per show, to keep this from being The J.J. Abrams Compendium of Sadness.
Obviously, in the spirit of this Roman holiday, the whole list is a spoiler. (more…)