Liz Tells Frank What Happened in “The Hunger Games”! In which I find a proactive use for my “Twilight” hate. http://bit.ly/fzmHJ1
It’ll be spoiler-light, though, because everyone (including Frank) should consider reading “The Hunger Games.”
Another Skip It/Watch It guide, can you believe it! This week: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Season 1: http://t.co/cm2vmZv
Liz Tells Frank What Happened In “Batman and Robin.” In which I am oddly supportive of this film’s existence. http://bit.ly/hFLLR7
This afternoon, I will watch next week’s LTF pick. I will. I WILL. I… Ugh, guys, I really don’t wanna. http://yfrog.com/hsz6msj
God, why did I just bother to look up whether or not plants have venom? For the record, plants do not have venom. #batmanandrobin
Special service-y extra installment! By VERY popular demand: “Fringe” Season One — The Skip It/Watch It Guide. http://bit.ly/htHAzr
“I might have focused too much on how awesome Ivanova and Marcus...– A comment on the Reddit post for this week’s Babylon 5 entry, in which I said: My friend Frank asked me to explain “Babylon 5” to him. Because I originally watched it when I was a teenage girl, I might have focused too much on how awesome Ivanova and Marcus were.
Today’s post might not be promptly posted at 2 PM. My ability to write about “Babylon 5” is directly compromised by my desire to watch it.
I mean, I’ve been watching random episodes since yesterday and I’m still stuck in Season 2. Ivanova! Garibaldi! Terrible, terrible CGI!
“Chief of security is in critical condition in medlab…Ambassador G’Kar has mysteriously vanished…And Ambassador Delenn is in a cocoon.”
So I know what next week’s LTF is, but honestly I’m a bit daunted. How am I gonna explain 5 seasons of a show about a magic space station?