How To Get Rid of Unwanted Company: a guide by Stella Gibson
It is always fun when Scully gets to swear. Liz Tells Frank What Happened In The Fall.
Stanley Tucci is playing the same role he played in the first film — the Ryan Seacrest-esque host of the Hunger Games, right down to the same ridiculous hairstyles — but he’s just a little more silly, a little more chilling, and a little more on screen before. And as the STT proves, a little goes a long way.
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I probably spent too much time making this. Liz Tells Frank Why “Catching Fire” Was Better Than “The Hunger Games”
A quick bit of Buffy/Angel lore/eBook advertising…
If you’re just now catching up with Joss Whedon’s late 90s/early 00s work, you might not be aware of how the shows would interact over the course of their runs — specifically thanks to how for two years, they would air on the same night on the WB, and characters and storylines would cross back and forth accordingly between shows.
This is especially important for Buffy Season 4/Angel Season 1 — there are episodes of both shows that won’t make a ton of sense unless you watch them as they originally aired.
It’s something Netflix has stripped from the Buffy/Angel experience, alas, something I tried to rectify with the complete Skip It/Watch It Guides for these shows.
For, when it originally aired, it was some of the best television I’d ever seen, and I hate to think about people missing out on the more meta elements of it. All of these guides were labors of love, but the Buffy/Angel one is especially special to me.
Good ol’ Buffy and Angel. They saved the world. A lot.
really? of all the episodes in season 2 and 3, "the girl in the fireplace" and "blink" are your recommendations? even though both of them are actually irrelevant to the character developments and plots of those seasons overall? ...okay then.
Absolutely. Because if you want to show people a handful of episodes out of sequence, to give them the flavour of the thing and get them hooked, the character development and plots of those seasons are entirely irrelevant. Blink may be the least Doctory episode of Doctor Who ever. But it’s a fabulous episode to get people who know nothing about the series hooked.
If you’re only going to watch one episode of Doctor Who, it should be Blink.
It is, officially, a must see.
It’s here! It’s finally here! Featuring BRAND NEW guides to the following shows: Alias, Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer AND Angel, Dollhouse, Friday Night Lights, Fringe, How I Met Your Mother, Lost, New Girl, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The West Wing and The X-Files! Plus some other surprises.
Please share and enjoy! It would mean a lot to me. And it will also keep people from watching the “Black Market” episode of Battlestar Galactica. We can all agree that’s a good thing.
It feels really good to push this button (even if I’m doing it for the second time in 12 hours because of some formatting errors I missed because I’m dumb).