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22 January 2007 @ 09:48 am
busy Monday  
I really have no business wasting precious time this morning to post here, but I gotta - at least briefly.  First - some fake cuts to links at W-I for short comments on new shows from the last week:

Smallville: 6.11 - "Justice"

Supernatural: 2.11 - "Playthings"

And the much-anticipated return from break of:

Battlestar Galactica: 3.12 - "Rapture"

Tonight my DVR will be in overdrive again, with new episodes of Prison Break, How I Met Your Mother, Heroes, 24, Studio 60 and What About Brian.  All of which I still keep up with (even if I don't talk about some anymore).

And tomorrow, Veronica Mars returns - FINALLY.  Ratings will probably be lower than what we want, due to the President's State of the Union address, but a new episode is a new episode, and least The CW isn't a major network - so no pre-emption.  I'm stoked. 

Work is the hell I must return to now. Hasta.

Beth: L/V---ANMMHEorangesky33 on January 22nd, 2007 10:18 pm (UTC)
And the touchy-feely drunk Sam pleading with Dean was a physical touch that I'm sure many just *squeed* over. I was amused.

*g* Me too.

Aside for Sam's weirdness while under the influence (thought he was possessed in that scene's beginning) and the fact the scene was sort of out of the blue I thought, I did enjoy that scene and the episode's particular brand of angst. However it and pretty much the rest of the episode were hilarious with all the gay. It's nice to know we have an offical Wincest writer (new guy). Or more so amusing.

However, I have to agree that the boys being called gay is never not funny. I loved Dean's fear of looking the type.

Conchita Campbell made the episode for me. She does creepy kid so well.

Although, it was still kinda hard seeing past Kyle Gallner as Cassidy Casablancas at times - I think it was the hair.

See, the hair was exactly what made me not think of him. Since if Kyle would have the emo, sticky up hair, I would have been thinking about Cassidy the whole time.

Though, now that I think about it,
his longer hair does make him rather similar to the way he looked in S1. However, since S1 wasn't the season of dastardly Cassidy, it's sort of
easy to look over thinking of him really. Also, at no point as Bart did he make the face. You know the emo, ambigious, Beaver face.

Also, I think Kyle does a good job of not making Bart as conry as he sort of is sometimes. He kind of fleshes him out a bit.

I thought the episode was good, too. Aside from Kyle, I mean. which is rare.

I am so excited for Veronica . The Dean's mystery has potenital to be really noir and awesome. Dun!
Beth: L/V---closerorangesky33 on January 22nd, 2007 10:18 pm (UTC)
And LONG, sorry.
Jeff: kristen - Reefer Madness - Mary Janej_mac179 on January 24th, 2007 04:15 pm (UTC)
And LONG, sorry.

If you mean the length of your comment - no worries at all. I love lots of talking about stuff - the longer the comments/rants/diatribes, the better, IMO. And in references to show plots/arcs - the same mantra applies. The more meaty and in-depth the story gets, the more I'll be hooked for the whole ride.
Beth: Kristen Bell---girl in whiteorangesky33 on January 25th, 2007 03:07 am (UTC)
Heh. I was referring to comment. It is very rarely when I don't get all Tom Wolf about these things. So yay! ;)

Also, I'm pretty patient with plots (the bus crash mystery didn't get me down). However, though, I have been compelled by the Dean angst all season, I have to admit, I was glad for a light-ish episode (ish for there was the brother stuff, but again GAY AND FUN). It's just gotten a bit draining, being all super angst-ridden with poor Deano (and now Sammy's getting all angsty too *sigh*).