Dr. Who, S8, Ep9 Flatline, how fun was that? Haven’t quite decided if I liked it as much as Mummy on the Orient Express, but still better than episodes 6 & 7.
Thoroughly enjoyed the 3D versions of the Boneless, very creepy, and the Dr’s parting shot – ‘you were an exceptional Dr, goodness had nothing to do with it’, seemed a bit harsh,…[Read more]
I was already thoroughly amused by the whole shebang when I caught a gander at Ezra’s ‘pantsless’ state and went off again. Top hole, ol’ bean…one question though. The shelved books in the background seem to be mighty slim. Hard copy journals containing our “Misadventures of the QBR” perhaps?
Yes, you’ve hit the nail on the head, each individual page of the QBR chronicles has been lovingly preserved in its own leather bound binding at great cost, for the edification of future generations.
Ezra was very particular about his trouserless state, an indication of a disturbed mind, if you ask me . . .
You know, we really are doing a lot of damage for one annoying but basically harmless little unlife form. They don’t even attack living things, as they are vegetarians; the worst thing they can do is make flowers wilt and fruit rot in seconds… They are especially fond of making bananas turn black and greasy.
[On a personal note… I’m glad…[Read more]
This . . . is hilarious . . . Beware the Narrative . . .
I’ll be watching later with mum. Got to the 2:45 mark and suddenly stopped breathing. Feckin funny…
Watched the 2nd episode of Gotham last night, still not sold. Agree with the Major’s observation, there does appear to be an inordinate amount of emphasis on cameos. Enjoying Alfred’s character, however. Will give it another episode . . .
I’m enjoying it, have seen the third episode and it seems to be focusing on the impending mob war, with the Penguin and Selina/ Catwoman in the background.
[Possible Spoiler, if a bit late]
In the pilot, take note of the comic auditioning for Fish [the one who witnesses her beating the Penguin with a baseball bat]…
If they follow what I…[Read more]
Is the weedy guy with the glasses and the lab coat in the police precinct the origins story for the Riddler?
Yes, that is Edward Nigma.