Two more. Not so many today, not feeling well.Continue reading
And on we go… I will probably not always have something to say about an episode, so these have different lengths.Continue reading
As announced in the earlier post, I will now start my S1 rewatch of OUAT and comment on some things I notice there.
Here are episodes 1&2.Continue reading
It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve written something here.
It’s also been a long time since I’ve last seen OUAT.Continue reading
So I just finished watched last night’s episode (after my alarm clock failed to wake me, argh) and…woah.
After making a post on how we have to face the possibility that Destiel will become canon this season, I received an anonymus ask:
So this time last year I was binge watching SPN and it was my first time seeing it so I’m pretty new. Is it typical for the fans towards the end of the season to start talking about how their ships going to become canon? I don’t wanna get my hopes up…
It’s strange, you know? For all the shows I’ve seen so far in my life – and that’s a lot, trust me – I’ve never been with one from start to finish and loved it for just as long. Sure, I watched Stargate from the very first episode on, but given that it was ten years, the enthusiasm decreased with time. I still enjoyed the show, but the big love? No, that was long gone.
There were others I watched for years and saw end, but not a single one of them meant as much as to me as The Mentalist.
So many people seem to be worried because of the spoiler that said something about Jane giving a speech in 7×10. Now, we all know what will happen in the episode – the promo made that clear, one of them will die, and those who have paid attention also know who it will be.
But, as usual, I am not worried when it comes to Jane and especially Jane & Lisbon, contrary to the seemingly common mood in the fandom right now.