did anyone ever ask the anaconda for its opinion?
People are prettiest when they talk about something they really love with passion in their eyes.
If you notice me reblogging
- a repost
- stolen art
- false information
please let me know, you’re not rude or annoying and I actually do give a fuck and I will correct my mistake, thank you
Maybe if they stopped trying to screw in incompatible bulbs by hanging around them awkwardly for years, complaining about everyone who screws in lightbulbs constantly and just demanding it screw itself in for them passive aggressively because of how nice they are, we might actually know that answer.
oh my god
Selfie: Good episode. Nice to see Eliza and Henry’s friendship develop.
Manhattan Love Story: Another good episode. For some reason, it just builds my anticipation for A to Z on Thursday. Again, I liked this show, but I loved that show. Analeigh Tiptons eyes tho.
New Girl: Good, as always.
Marry Me (aka Happy Endings take 2): Not bad. Will definitely check out the next episode.
Ok, the pilot wasn’t as strong as I’d hoped. Let’s see if the show gets any better. Fortunately, it does. Starting to slow down. No more “how many Easter eggs can we fit into 45 minutes.” But I still hope they don’t reveal Reverse Flash prematurely. I say, wait until at least after the first season. You can keep showing him, and have him keep doing stuff. But when he reveals himself to Barry, and Flash and he go head to head, you don’t wanna shoot your load before the audience is fully satisfied. And the only reason I say till at least after the first season, is because history has told a that’s a good time to do so. We didn’t see The Joker in Batman Begins, just a teaser at the end. We didn’t see Deathstroke until season 2 of Arrow. We saw Wilson Slade, but not Deathstroke.
Also, Grant Gustin as Barry Allen is growing on me, so is the suit.
Supernatural: Good, as always.
Sons of Anarchy: I hope Juice tells Jax everything!
Hello tumblr followers, as you all know, this is one of my favorite times of year, pilot season. Where all your favorite shows come back, and plenty of new ones to choose from. 3 dramas in particular that, and I know I’m behind on, but I just finished watching. Granted, all 3 of these, I immediately downloaded the following episode to. One I liked, one that I absolutely fell in love with, and one that frankly surprised me.
A to Z:
Recognize anybody? Its Christin Miloiti, or as some of you may know her, “The Mother” (from How I Met Your Mother). She’s a great actress, with eyes and a smile to die for. Altho the show is very How I Met Your Mother-esque in a way; hopeless romantic in his 20s, runs into a girl and falls in love with her at first sight, but she’s a no-nonsense career woman, who doesn’t really believe in love, but he somehow makes her believe in something more than monotonous dating, and with big, grand, romantic gestures, wins her over. I suppose its How I Met Your Mother meets 500 Days of Summer. Every episode is a letter if the alphabet. Even in the beginning, the narrator, played by Katy Segal, tells is that their relationship only lasts a certain amount of time. Cliche, I know. However, that being said, the show is really good. The premise is cliche, yes, but its done so well. If I was pitched this show. I would be bored out of my mind, until I read the script. Everything in it, from the chemistry between these 2 characters, to the cinematography, makes the hopeless romantic in me swoon. I absolutely fell in love with this show, and if you have any amount of heart in your soul, you will too.
Next I moved on to, Manhattan Love Story:
The unfiltered internal monologues of a young man and a young woman are exposed as they begin a new relationship together. This wasn’t anything new, but it wasn’t anything bad. New couple, trials and tribulations of dating, supporting cast is their mutual friends, who are a married couple. Again, not bad, but not great. Could be good. I’m interested to see where they go with it.
Now on to the big surprise, Red Band Society:
Ok, heres the thing about this show. I remember when I saw the trailer for this show, I seriously thought it was a parody, of cliche, coming of age, dramas, but everyone has cancer. I afterwords, realized, after seeing the same trailer again, on a different occasion, it wasn’t. This was actually a show. Honestly, only watched this pilot because it was free, and I was in a mood to check out some new shows. Expected to be really bored with having sappiness, and misunderstood teenagers, shoved down my throat. Well, that didn’t happen, or at least I wasn’t bored with it. It was surprising, pretty good. Not only seeing the lives of people who love in hospitals, but the emotional moments in it, actually had their hook in me. Hell, by the end of it, I was crying. Not like sobbing. Like, happy, watery-eyed, few tears, “awe, thats beautiful.”
Personally, Im excited to see more of all 3 of these shows.
is it your own skin though? As in you grew it, on your own body, from birth?
This skin was grown yes. On a human body. That is mine. I’m not a robot
Ok ok I’ll believe you… If you first tell me what this says:
I don’t need to prove myself to you how dare you, I love breathing oxygen
Ok, so I just finished watching the series premiere of The Flash. Just thought I’d share a few thoughts. Overall, I’m actually a little disappointed. Not gonna go into my expectations. I’ll just get right into what I thought of this premiere. Overall, it seemed a little rushed (no pun intended). They seemed to be going with a lot of cheesy, low-hanging, plot devices. Now, I understand using mainstream tropes to help move the story along quickly without leaving general audiences feeling lost. I do appreciate them rushing they the first part of the origin story. Just quickly establishing need-to-know plot points. His mother died when he was a kid, due to some mysterious, thing, now he’s grown up, a forensic analyst, Iris is his best friend, he’s in love with her, but she just sees him as a friend. S.T.A.R. Labs, particle collider explosion, lightning + chemicals, turns him into a meta human. Now we get to the interesting part. Time to switch gears, right? Well, the show doesn’t. It continues with its “How many easter eggs can we fit into one pilot” mentality. You’re teasing at a lot of villains we know Flash is going to come across, one after the other. It seems the show doesn’t know how to be subtle, and take its time. Example, the gorilla cage just blatantly ripped open in S.T.A.R. labs, doesn’t need a big bold sign on the front that says GRODD. And the whole, meta-indicent gives him abs, plot device. Really? Cause obviously you can’t be a superhero without visible abdominal muscles.
So what do we know? We know the particle accelerator explosion made half of a major metropolitan city meta humans, which now just exist. Saving us from giving any baddies an interesting backstory.
We know the same event affected a gorilla named Grodd, who escaped S.T.A.R. Labs during the same incident. And is now free to roam around in this world. Giving us a quick and simple explaination as to why a super intelligent mind-controlling gorilla exists.
We know that, while Barry was in a coma, that he came under the night he almost told Iris that he has feelings for her, and when he wakes up, she has a boyfriend. Another original and non-cliche plot device.
We know that Barry already knows that whatever killed his mother, was a man in that strange aura.
Ok, now the good things about the pilot. There are some storylines that they do seem to be taking their time with. Barry and Iris’ relationship, obviously. Also, Wells being, what we can assume is Reverse Flash. seems very interesting. And thats it, thats all that i liked about it. Like I said, overall, its felt very rushed, and very cheesy, but I hope they slow down. and take their time to develop these characters, like in Arrow, and Gotham. I’ll keep watching it. Im interested to see where they go with it. Just, the show is not off to a strong start.