I’m posting links two days later because this is the third time I’ve tried to write this post. The first time, I began writing about the movie Celeste and Jesse Forever (re-watched it last Tuesday) but my writings started to resemble a review. Saved it, draft. Since Supernatural was getting so much backlash, I thought I’d start with that instead. Three paragraphs in, it was clear I was writing an article about the episode – which I never do, oddly. Saved it, draft. Now I’m a bit scared to get into any topic, so I’ll just pick something that never inspired me to write much: Glee!
Am I the only one who still watches that show? Sure, I skip most of the musical numbers since they now happen for no reason. And yes, I don’t feel all that interested in what goes on at McKinley High but hey, remember the new Rachel? NYADA? I wish there was a spin-off about her and that school, in that city. Can you imagine? It would be like a modern Fame, and I would not miss a beat of that show. I gonna watch some 80s dance musicals, now.
Another show that I still watch for no reason… Grey’s Anatomy. Sometimes I wonder if I just like staring at their beautiful faces. Ten seasons. It’s gone too far, to the point of no return. To stop now would just be a waste, right? This is Sandra Oh’s last season. Does that mean she and Owen are going to die a la Lexi and Sloan? They’re the only thing I still treasure about the show, but the sad thing is… I wouldn’t stop, not even then. Anyway that’s not happening, according to THR. But this quote seriously worries me: It’s our intention to have Grey’s on the air for many years to come, with as many of the original cast as possible [ABC]. What.
On other, happier news: it was Mads Mikkelsen week: rewatched The Hunt (like fine wine), caught the newest Hannibal episode, and promoted him to March’s banner motif. So did you catch the last episode? I could barely look at the screen, some scenes were really, really horrific. Loved it.