TAURIEL!!! Oh gosh, was I correct yesterday in saying that you’ve been around the Mark Reads comments for a while? (Tauriel commissioned me to read this AMAZING Sherlock/Harry Potter crossover that’s probably the best explanation for Sherlock being a messy asshole ever ever EVER.)
Anyway, for some reason, I thought that show was like 23239483240982394 episodes long! Then yes, it’ll definitely get tackled for Double Features next year. (That sounds like forever away, but it’s just that I’m scheduled through about Feb/March with Veronica Mars. After that I want to tackle a ton of the short shows on my list!)
Thanks for the recommendation!!!
Yes, you were correct, more or less. :) I wasn’t around from the very beginning, I found your blogs through Mugglenet, but yes, I’ve been posting through HP and A:TLA and Doctor Who and LOTR (you might recall my Linguistic Corner posts about the elvish names and phrases that appeared in the book). I was so happy when you included “Fortysomething” in your Confirmed list for MW, and because it’s so short I thought you’d probably watch it as a “breather” between some two “long” shows, but since it hasn’t happened yet, so I thought I’d give you a little nudge… :) Hope you don’t mind. Anyway, it’s nice to see it still on the table!
M. Knight Shyamalan explains himself to Avatar director Giancarlo Volpe
THAT KIND OF EXPLAINS A BUNCH OF THINGS.
As a European, I’m deeply offended that Shyamalan apparently thinks that the travesty that is TLA could somehow appeal to “my sensibilities”. I completely share Mr. Volpe’s sentiment. Srsly, go away, Shyamalan!
This is what happened after the end of the movie. You cannot convince me otherwise!!
(Credit for this idea goes to you, anonymous dude on 4chan. You’re awesome.)
YES YES YES YES YES. ALSO YES.
That should be “Da”, not “Ja”. ;) They’re Russian, not German.
Hey kids! Did you catch this Saturday’s imaginary episode of Green Lantern? Here’s a little sneak peek behind the fictitious scenes, it’s the pretend concept art for the “Guy Gardner’s Apartment” set!
Savvy viewers will notice that the final model of the throw rug was changed to more of a shag texture… this was thanks to a surplus in the budget!
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Aww, he has a cardboard cut-out figure of himself, bless! :P