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I may have finally reached that age where birthdays are to be dreaded rather than celebrated; but thankfully the internet is an ageless wonder, an anomaly of time and space, and a perfect venue for a "Things That Make Me Happy!" post! AND YOU CAN PLAY ALONG! (Seriously, please do.)

I'll stick with you baby for a thousand years, nothing's gonna touch you in these golden yeeeeeeeaaaaaars!! )

I'd like to keep this open until I leave on Wednesday, so please! Spam away! Picspams, gifs, fanvids, basically anything in the history of ever that you feel like linking to or flailing over... all expressions of joy and happiness are welcome.
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Hm, it would seem that I promised a Dalton picspam, didn't I?

Do I really need to say that there are lot of pictures behind the cut? Well, anyway, THERE ARE. And also mild spoilers for The Lion in Winter, Hot Fuzz, and Flash Gordon -- rather extensive spoilers for The Living Daylights. )

I'm afraid the Wuthering Heights portion of this project will have to wait for another post, but I hope this was enough to go on for one evening.
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Right, another drive-by because, unbelievably, I have to actually get up early tomorrow, oh curse my generous spirit -- BUT OH MAN MY FEELINGS ON THIS JUST HAVE TO BE SHARED RIGHT NOW, EVEN IN TRUNCATED FORM.

I literally just wrote about how I never understood the need to fangirl Heathcliff BUT THIS IS MY JOURNAL AND I WILL BE A HYPOCRITE IF I LIKE AND GODDAAAAAMN JUST DO ME ON IT, TIMOTHY DALTON. )

Oh, and I finished The Living Daylights and I actually hated very very little of it, and in fact thought it was rather awesome, and I totally shipped the Bond/Bond Girl OTP, AND SERIOUSLY OKAY THIS IS JUST MY WAY OF SAYING THAT THERE WILL BE A TIMOTHY DALTON PICSPAM THIS WEEKEND, SO PREPARE YOURSELVES.

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Once again, this list is a complete copy/paste job from facebook. How would I ever remember anything that happens in my life if the internet didn't keep track of it for me?

Films of 2009 )

Now all that is left is my TV of 2009 post... which, if previous years are anything to judge by, will probably take me like a week solid... um, the silver lining to my current unemployment, I guess?
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[ profile] laughingmagpie's lovely birthday tribute to James Cagney today yesterday over a week ago (!!!) (once again I have spent too long putting this together!) reminded me that I've been meaning for ages now to do a tribute post of my own to one of my very favorite films, White Heat. Given the expansive body of his work, it's certainly understandable that Cagney tired of being typecast as a gangster, but... I'm sorry. He's only typecast because he's so darn good at it! I harbor a strong strange deep love for gangster films/crime dramas, and of my favorites I'd be willing to bet that at least half are Cagney pictures, but White Heat is at the absolute pinnacle of that list. As Cagney's comeback to Warner Brothers after a nearly decade-long hiatus from making gritty gangster films for the studio, the movie first hearkens back to all of his work in crime films of the 30s but ultimately reinvents the archetype for a new era (and stylistically -- gahhh, okay, I could go on for ages about how gorgeous the photography and Raoul Walsh's direction are in this film, but I'll save that for the caps -- the film bridges the more straightforward documentary-style crime drama with the more exaggerated moods of film noir). Cagney as Cody Jarrett is quite simply the performance of a lifetime, one of the all-time great chilling and charismatic film characters -- one minute he's sitting on his ma's lap, next he's executing a disloyal associate while casually snacking on a chicken leg; one minute he's crumpled in pain from his mysterious headaches, next he's coolly masterminding the next big movie for his gang. Jarrett is completely terrifying, and yet impossible to look away from or to avoid engaging with. He feels his affections, his betrayals, his rages so acutely that as an audience we have no choice but to get caught up in his extremism, too. As summed up by this lovely poster -- ALL CAGNEY BREAKS LOOSE!

Then of course there are so many other brilliant performances in the film, too. I love Virginia Mayo here as Cody's wife Verna, a woman who's sensual, independent, petulant, opportunistic, manipulative, and a determined survivor. She and Cody make quite a pair and have such a charged chemistry in all of their scenes together. Edmond O'Brien plays Hank Fallon/"Vic Pardo," the undercover officer sent to infiltrate Jarrett's gang, both befriending and betraying him in one fell swoop. And who could forget Margaret Wycherly as Ma Jarrett, the one always pushing her Cody up to the "top of the world"?

The rest of this gets spoilery for the film, if you haven't seen it and if spoilers for 60 year old movies with very famous endings are of great concern to you. Hint: it's a gangster movie. Lots of people get shot! Also contained herein are 90+ screencaps. ...What. I really really like this movie, okay? )
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- How was your morning? Mine involved maggots, possibly in punishment for oversleeping.

- [ profile] capslock_hood rewatch today! SO. EXCITED. I put my own Robin Hood rewatch on hold so I could jump on board with the capschat, so I think it's only going to overlap with what I've been watching by one episode (1.07, but I honestly do not mind watch that one as often as possible). Come join if you can!

- I love [ profile] bygonefashion.

- TV catch-up! Leverage just started back this season. Sometimes I feel like I'm watching this show for the wrong reasons -- I rarely connect with the victim plot of the week and tend to find them rather dull (I mean, I know the central conceit of the show is helping those who can't help themselves, but could we maybe have clients with even the teeniest amount of character agency?), and then I usually lose the con about halfway through -- but I just love the tone of the show and all of the hero characters so darn much. Like, honestly, I just want them to all sit around in that pub all day (random aside, but the Ashes to Ashes part of my brain is all like OMG IS IT SIGNIFICANT??? that Nate hangs out in a bar below street level and then lives in a rented room upstairs above it? How is this relevant to his psyche? Is he descending into his deepest primal urges every time he goes down and thinks about having a drink? Is the upstairs representative of his upper brain functions and the intricate planning of his cons and how he uses it to mask the ache of his recovering alcoholism? AM I POSSIBLY THINKING TOO MUCH ABOUT THIS??) and talk about, I don't know, the new episodes of Torchwood or the finer points of jumping out of a plane or something, and I would happily watch that for weeks on end. All of my favorite bits were just silly character moments -- Parker and the fingerquotes, Sophie's singing being not quite as good as her acting, the Eliot/Hardison exchange about Pakistan, Eliot busting through the wall with a chainsaw... oh, team! It's so nice to have everybody together again.

- I've also been keeping up with Royal Pains, which I don't actually think I've posted about since the first episode. Well. Hmmm. I think it underwent a growth period during the early episodes -- like Leverage, it does have a tendency to get rather heavy handed with it's moral righteousness (Royal Pains drinking game -- every time somebody complains vaguely about "the system," take a shot!) -- but it's matured quite nicely and I've been getting into the stories a lot more lately. I really enjoyed "No Man is an Island" (have I mentioned that the Evan/Hank dynamic is basically my favorite thing about the show? Because... it totally is), and then I thought this week's was good as well. Things that I find refreshing about the show:

1. I like that Hank is actually invested in his work now, instead of being the reluctant hero dragged around by Evan (see: the end of "No Man is an Island." GOOD CHOICE, HANK), and I like that it's progressed beyond the straightforward Robin Hood parallel -- i.e. he only treats rich people so he can take all their money and afford to treat those without resources. Rather, the show has established that he tries to find a way to help all of his patients, because there are problems in people's lives that aren't necessarily all about money, and if you think it's ridiculous to define people based purely on their income, then... maybe you shouldn't define people based purely on their income (which is more of what Jill tends to do)?

2. So relatedly, I like that there are a bunch of recurring characters and that we have a chance to see Hank develop a relationship with these people he's otherwise rather contemptuous of.

3. To go back to the Jill-Hank relationship, then -- well, hmmm. I'm still uncertain about her character. Aside from the fact that she is the least believable hospital administrator ever (like, okay, I know that TV needs hotter and younger professionals than exist in real life, but it borders on ridiculous; IMDb doesn't list an age for the actress, but she doesn't look more than 30), she's kind of, well... boring and one-sided? To return to the Robin Hood parallel (because, obviously, everything can be reduced to that) it seemed like the show was setting up Hank as Hood and then Jill as Marian, his sort of go-to girl on the inside... but now it feels like it's flipped, and suddenly Hank is the one who gets to live both sides of working high society but also helping the poor, and dealing with the emotional issues of each, while Jill is stuck in the Bobbin mentality of "all rich people suck, let's throw rocks at them. Also, being smug and morally superior is clearly the best way to get people to like me." Okay, this is probably sounding a lot meaner than I meant it to because I don't completely hate her character, but she still hasn't fully grown on me. I do really like how her relationship with Hank has been developing, though. While I'm not usually a fan of "OMG THESE TWO CHARACTERS JUST MET BUT THEY ARE TOTALLY PERFECT FOR EACH OTHER. Like, look, they have matching cars and they look into each other soooouls and don't you just want them to get married and have beautiful babies? LOVE. PURE TRUE HOLY LOVE and they're hooking up, like, now," I get equally tired of, "OMG THESE TWO CHARACTERS JUST MET BUT THEY ARE TOTALLY PERFECT FOR EACH OTHER but they can never be together due to lame reasons that we are fabricating for drama, so enjoy the UST for the next five seasons but don't bank on anything." So I like that their romance has been rather straightforward -- they like each other, they have a lot in common, they each find the other attractive, neither has any other romantic obligations -- so they get together, like two normal, grown adults who want to have a normal, grown adult relationship, instead of mooning around about each other wangsting over "does he like like me or just like me??"

4. Not a praise, more of a nitpick -- dude. NEEDS MOAR DIVYA. She is so underused and, incidentally, so much more interesting than Jill (OMG the Robin Hood comparisons continue -- okay, so, Divya is like Djaq, right? Because she's snarky and good with medicine and just awesome in general. So then Evan is Allan, the loudmouth grifter... and now I can totally justify why I ship the two of them... Okay, I should stop before this parallel runs any deeper. Also, there is no Sheriff or Guy equivalent, which makes me sad).

Anyway, moving on to the last and most important point...

- HARRY POTTER. I actually made up a list of things I've been meaning to post about and accidentally put Harry Potter on it twice, ha. YES IT IS THAT IMPORTANT. Thoughts about the Half-Blood Prince film )

Oh, but quick vid flail -- so I've been going through all of my old Harry Potter links and such, and, okay, I'm willing to bet that you've already all seen it because 1) it's almost two years old and 2) IT'S KIND OF THE MOST AMAZING VID EVER, but even if it isn't new to you it certainly demands to be re-experienced: the first four Potter films to Snakes on a Plane. UGHHH HARRY POTTER WHY SO EPIC?
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- I've fallen off a bit from my MASSIVE STARGATE BRAIN TAKE-OVER (millions cheer!) (and yet I still can't seem to cycle out my Woolsey icon, because dammit he is just too beautiful), but [ profile] sgastoryfinders never fails to bring the lulz. Im looking for the fic where Rodney gets stuck under a pillar off world and tells Ronan to cut off his hand and then he grows an new one due to him handeling a device made by machello. Oh yyyeah.

- After I discovered this fantabulous Guy/Marian vid to "Anything for Love" (just... seriously... GAHHH. My endless love for that song combined with my endless love for Maz and Giz has rendered me speechless. IT IS SO PERFECT -- AND EEEE MY FAVORITE VERSE, THE BEST PART OF THE SONG, IS SO WELL TRANSLATED -- JUST SKIP TO 3:52 AND BE FILLED WITH WONDER), it also struck me that I am terribly fond of this Robin/Marian "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" vid... I've spoken before of my love for over-the-top Jim Steinman love ballads, so all that can now be concluded is that fandom also needs an elaborate "Total Eclipse of the Heart" vid (and, hey, look at 3.01! The writers clearly want one too!). I can't decide which ship would be best suited to the song, though (I want to say something OTHER than Robin/Marian or Guy/Marian, though, the poor girl needs a break already). Oh, and then when I was folding laundry today "Like a Prayer" came on and -- I'm sorry but it's TRUE -- it would make the most perfect Guy/Marian crackvid since ever. (ETA 2: Okay, I think now Guy = Madonna has become cemented in my mind because "Open Your Heart" came on when I was cleaning my room this morning and, what do you know, that's a totally perfect pine-y song for him as well. I DON'T QUITE KNOW WHY BUT THIS MUSICAL AFFINITY FILLS ME WITH GLEE.)

- Hey! I'm excited about a new movie! Public Enemies comes out this week, and I just might scrounge up the $6.50 to go see it. Plus, heads up, TCM's holding a gangster movie marathon on Wednesday.

- I finished Life on Mars last night. First of all, let me say just how weird it was to watch that finale back-to-back with the Robin Hood one. Talk about different production levels, sheesh. (Actually, though, I found them both sort of epic and satisfying in their own way, so. YEAH, I KNOW. I might finally have come to terms with some of my more gigantic Robin Hood issues; either that or my brain has decided that it isn't worth the effort of anguishing over them.) I can't get over how well put together every separate layer of mindfuck was in that episode, and I can't get over that it's, well, over! Man. I think I'm going to check out Ashes to Ashes because 1) GENE GENIE and 2) Keeley Hawes, oh good lord I crush on her so hard; but I feel like I need to take at least a few days off before starting on it to pay respect to my Sam/Gene love.

- Hey, Merlin's on! TTFN. ETA: Aaaand my dad's watching a History Channel special. Never mind. Ah, well, this frees me up for more time to troll the interwebs babbling about Robin Hood (because, yes, that is one thing that has been sadly lacking in my life as of late).
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It's times like these that I really hate only having six icon spaces because I wish I had about fifty Star Trek icons to express every facet of my pure and uncontrolled excitement over the movie. SERIOUSLY. SERIOUSLY. IF YOU ARE A TREK FAN, GO SEE IT. IF YOU ARE NOT A TREK FAN, GO SEE IT. IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY FOR A MOVIE TICKET, GO SEE IT. I don't know if I'd say that it was completely perfect or brain-breaking or what have you, but I really really really just enjoyed the heck out of it, and I feel compelled to share my glee far and wide.

Big big spoilers, and extensive overuse of the word awesome )
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Considering that about 99% of my journal content consists of me fretting over fictional characters, I hope you will appreciate the direness of my situation when I say that right now I am honestly truly disturbed by just how deeply emotionally invested I am in the fate of Chuck. First of all, THIS SHOW CANNOT BE CANCELED. PERIOD. Just. What. I have a hard time accepting that the show is even in this position -- aside from maybe House, I feel like it's the most mainstream/viewer-friendly of all my fandoms. In fact, I mostly got invested because I felt like it was safe, consistent, goofy fun that I could rely on week after week while all the rest of my shows were dropping like flies. (SERIOUSLY GUYS WHAT IS WITH THIS PAST YEAR? Atlantis, The Middleman, Crusoe, Pushing Daisies -- um, just, no. The last thing I need is more cancellation heartbreak.) The only thing I can come up with is that it has a killer timeslot; I'll admit that I don't even watch it live, because I'm watching House instead (but then of course I catch up with Chuck on Hulu which I suppose is a more effective demonstration of my viewership, so...). But if House kills Chuck? UGHHHHHHH.

And then secondly, even assuming the show does get renewed (pleasepleasepleeeeease), I AM SO ANXIOUS ABOUT MONDAY'S EPISODE. Speculation based on the NBC promo )

So. Ahem. Freak-out aside -- I don't know, this is kind of a thing I do every year at this time! A redirection of term project/finals/end-of-school anxieties, I suppose... probably exacerbated this year because I have even more going on in that department! Well, previously it had been jumping into totally new shows (last year SGA, and then the year before Robin Hood), but this time around I think it's just going to be me getting completely reinvested in a super huge way in Chuck. At this point in time any sort of pimp post/Why You Should Watch/10 Awesome Things probably would not make much of a dent in any viewership deficits, but you know what? WHO CARES. I feel inspired to share my love with the wooorld! Also, I know I tend to spend a bit too much time complaining/worrying/angsting over the show, so it feels appropriate to pause and celebrate what I do enjoy about being a fan.

So like I said, I know it's late in the game and there's no obligation to feel pressured to go out and buy the first season and catch up on all of the second season and get invested in everybody and pore over every single episode in the few days between now in the finale -- but if you feel inspired to head over to Hulu and watch an episode or two (although there is some running backstory, the show is fairly episodic), that would make me beyond happy. Or if you just want to scroll through this post and ogle Adam Baldwin, that's cool with me, too.

'If you say pilot of the Millennium Falcon, I will hit you.' 'Why would I say that, that's absurd! I'm going to be a ninja assassin.' )
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Not having classes on Fridays? Both a bless and a curse. Blessing: HELLO, NO CLASS. Curse: I can't be arsed to get anything done. I even forgot to set an alarm for this morning and didn't get up until almost 8:00. At the very least I'll be trekking over to the library later today to pick up some movies on reserve (Forbidden Planet and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, what up! I also have plans this weekend to rewatch Repo! The Genetic Opera with one of my friends and then watch the recent Byron TV movie with another. Don't worry, it's perfectly natural to be jealous of my clearly awesome taste in viewing materials).

I just rediscovered a rather embarrassingly large stash of American Idol miscellany on my computer, oh dear. Season six... those were the good days... *is in no way rocking out to Blake Lewis right now, of course not*

GUUUUYSSSS CHUCK IS BACK ON MONDAY!!!! FINALLY MORE CASEY! And, you know, Sarah and Chuck and Ellie and Awesome and Lester and Anna and Morgan and Big Mike and Jeff and awesome guest stars and EVERYBODY...! But mostly Casey. Lamely, though, I think I'll have to start watching it online (why why whhhhhhy did House have to move to Mondays?).

And to close, Lost! Spoilers for 5.03 Jughead )
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One of my unstated resolutions this year has been to post more about movies when I actually watch them, so. Monday. I watched Repo! The Genetic Opera. And I kind of totally loved it. Anyway... I was hesitant to post about this because... well... yeah. I mean. It's the kind of movie that makes me even love Paris Hilton in it (YEAH FOR REAL I KNOW). I know I should be ashamed but I just can't bring myself to do it! I won't consider this a rec post because, seriously, I think you probably know already whether you're the sort of person who would completely love or completely hate it, and I am all over the former category and need somewhere to flail about it -- anyone? Anyone?

Mostly, though, OMGWTFASH between this and Uther I am just overwhelmed by his epic DILF-ness. I feel like that episode of Buffy where the Scoobies happen upon a weekend-Giles singing at the café and Xander is like "OH GOD IT BURNS" and all the girls are like "OH GOD DO ME." For the most part the music wasn't even hugely blow-me-away and/or infest-me-with-ear-worms awesome, but but but "Legal Assassin" is kind of my favourite thing at the moment.

(This is one of those times when I remember why I have "testament to my bad taste in everything" as a tag.)
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My sister, home for the holidays, has recently taken up harassing me for episodes of SGA to catch up with. OH, BEING FORCED TO WATCH TV. MY LIFE IS SO HARD. So we're in the middle of season three right now, just got through the two-parter -- and, well. Just sayin'. BUT. Those episodes can totally be retconned to where John returns with the primary motivation of rescuing Woolsey, right? RIGHT. Of course I'm right. Awww, I love those two. HAVE I MENTIONED HOW MUCH I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO "VEGAS"? IS IT JANUARY 2ND YET???

Speaking of other shows recently on hiatus -- no Chuck until February! Or Pushing Daisies until... January or February, probably! Or Merlin until later than that! So a brief last-gasp-of-2008 babble about each:

2.12 Chuck vs. Santa Claus )

Pushing Daisies 2.10 The Norwegians )

Merlin 1.13 Le Morte d'Arthur )


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Well, I was going to make this a simple GIP, but, for whatever unknown reasons, a conspiracy concocted by my internet and/or LJ is preventing me from uploading any new icons at the moment -- and of course this happens after I already deleted my preexisting Star Trek icon! *grumble grumble* -- but at least it reminds me why I still can't bring myself to cycle out this Middleman icon because I find far too many uses for it (plus the show is, uhhh, amazing beyond belief! And yet I don't think I ever got around to posting about the finale, did I? Shame on me, because it was awesome! And, hey, full of Star Trek references, so -- everything does in fact come full circle, and I guess it's okay for me to use this icon for a Trek post after all).

At any rate, all of this grumpiness is just a preamble to the giant excitement of STAR TREK XI STILLS FIIIIIIIANLLY!!!!!!!! I'm sure you've all already seen the six circulating around various movie sites, but there are a few more up at EW, along with the cover article... in case you haven't gotten around to those yet...

Slight mix of spoilers and speculation )

Wow. I totally meant to go to bed early, like, two hours ago. Thanks for keeping me up, Star Trek. *salutes*

Also -- maybe it's because the buzz on this film exploded almost at the same time that the Britney buzz went through the roof as well, but I am craving a Kirk fanvid to "Womanizer" SO BAD. Come on, though, just picture it -- pure elegance in its simplicity!
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The Great Boy Band Reorientation Project, Part... I don't even know at this point; way too many for me to retain any shred of dignity: Rewatching Model Behavior! HEY JULES, HOW'S IT SHAKIN? Oh man, I forgot how many pearls of awesome were in this movie: "But I swear, all that stuff about you and me turning that island shoot into our own personal Blue Lagoon? That was TOTALLY my publicist talking!" Heeee! :D

I'm so glad I don't have class until 1:00... and, yes, I'm probably the only person who gets up a full five hours before my first class just so I can watch Disney Channel original movies on YouTube. (Speaking of which, gosh, how bad do I want to rewatch Zenon? I was listening to the Protozoa concert scene the other day and had a hankering. Also, all time favourite DCOM? Johnny friggen Tsunami. Somebody needs to put that mess out on DVD already.)
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Because new Mad Men is on tonight, I am reminded that I wanted to post this-- earlier I shared my epiphany regarding the mental affiliation that I have subconsciously created between Mad Men and There Will Be Blood; and then the other day I was browsing AMC's promo gallery for the show and this one shot in particular... well. FROM MY BRAIN TO REALITY. )
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When a stack of packages came for me in the mail today, I assumed they were all textbooks (nothing like buying nine books for one class! At least they're mostly pretty cheap, but I do feel a bit ridiculous going through Amazon used books and paying $0.12 for a book followed by $3.99 shipping -- aaaand yet even after spending $56 on shipping everything, it's still so much cheaper than it would have been at the school bookstore. Thank you, internet). After I started to open a few and sort them into my Growing Stack of Impending Academic Doom, I realized that one of these things was not like the other -- was, in fact, from the fantabulous [ profile] utter_bastard -- AND OH MY GOD YOU GUYS MY PRESENT IS SO COOL:

sorry for the crappy cellphone photo; maybe one day I'll buy a grown up camera


ETA: ZOMG MORE MCCOY NEWS! How did I miss this??! As reported Saturday -- official Bones promo poster! So exciting!!!! (And to whichever commenter said Chekov's promo looks like Bashir at first glance, agreed like whoa.)
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Yesterday might well have been my fullest day of geekery in a while. New Star Trek character promos, new Watchmen trailer, new Psych, new Stargate: Atlantis, new Dr. Horrible (well, technically that was today but I watched it in the wee hours of the morning so I'm counting it in with last night). And my commentary on these: already posted about my jonesin' for some Bonesin'; way cool and seems perfectly atmospheric; I laughed and I cried and I loooved; Zelenka got sucked into a reenactment of Evil Dead oh noes; Joss Whedon, thanks for reminding me why I love hate love hate you.

More spoilery thoughts on Psych 3.01 Ghosts )

More spoilery thoughts on SGA 5.02 The Seed )

ETA: Oh snap, quick Dr. Horrible spoilers )
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Yeah, so. I read this fic yesterday, and it's kind of... the greatest thing ever. House, M.D./Phantom of the Opera crossover. YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT. Filled with role playing and hilarity and AWESOME and all the best/worst conventions of Victorian novels including but not limited to overwrought descriptions and euphemistically tedius sex. Basically, yes. I'm serving up a big bowl of Frosted Mini WINS!! to [ profile] srsly_yes for Phantom of the Operating Room.

In other fandom flaily news: if you, like myself, haven been moping over the lack of Star Trek teases set to appear at Comic-Con this year, console yourself with awesome new posters!

(Larger versions of each individual poster here.) However, I'm afraid my squee is tempered by my usual moaning and groaning: NEEDS MOAR MCCOY. I mean, what? Is that too much to ask? I get that, graphically, they probably just wanted to avoid duplicating the science blue, but come onnnn. Also found while poking around really gorgeous shots of fans at home.


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