stargater: (sga mckay smile)
SGA: Brainstorm )

Sanctuary: Edward & nubbins dream )

Annnnnnd Happy 45th Anniversary Doctor Who!! :D
stargater: (sga mckay smile)
SGA: Brainstorm )

Sanctuary: Edward & nubbins dream )

Annnnnnd Happy 45th Anniversary Doctor Who!! :D
stargater: (sga mckay smile)
SGA: Brainstorm )

Sanctuary: Edward & nubbins dream )

Annnnnnd Happy 45th Anniversary Doctor Who!! :D
stargater: (sga sheppard close-up)
SGA: The Lost Tribe )

SJA: Day of the Clown pt 2 )

Heroes was good tonight. I'm really liking the dynamic between Sylar, Claire and Noah. Interesting twist there at the end eh? I've been sort of expecting that though. hehe

I'm still liking Sanctuary, it's certainly growing on me. I have to admit that GI-Ashley sometimes gets on my nerves with the amazing acrobatics though. The show still definitely has potential I think.

Also watched the premiere for Eleventh Hour which is a remake of the British show by the same name. I actually watched the British version not long ago on BBCA so I got to see it before the new one and I liked it already and I especially liked Patrick Stewart as the professor. The pilot was much the same as that of the original and I enjoyed it. It sort of reminds me of how Fringe reminds me of XF. There seems to be an influx of these types of shows this season, I just wonder how long they'll last. I hope they don't go like Jericho did, get good and interesting then disappear. Bah.

I'm also planning on watching Crusoe when it premieres Friday. I missed the premiere of Life on Mars though I'm not sure if I'll watch it. I liked the original British version and was excited when it was announced that Colm Meaney was going to play Gene Hunt in the remake but it irked me when he was recast. I still might catch it before too many episodes air.

Sheesh all these new shows, like I really need anymore new shows to keep up with ;P
stargater: (sga sheppard close-up)
SGA: The Lost Tribe )

SJA: Day of the Clown pt 2 )

Heroes was good tonight. I'm really liking the dynamic between Sylar, Claire and Noah. Interesting twist there at the end eh? I've been sort of expecting that though. hehe

I'm still liking Sanctuary, it's certainly growing on me. I have to admit that GI-Ashley sometimes gets on my nerves with the amazing acrobatics though. The show still definitely has potential I think.

Also watched the premiere for Eleventh Hour which is a remake of the British show by the same name. I actually watched the British version not long ago on BBCA so I got to see it before the new one and I liked it already and I especially liked Patrick Stewart as the professor. The pilot was much the same as that of the original and I enjoyed it. It sort of reminds me of how Fringe reminds me of XF. There seems to be an influx of these types of shows this season, I just wonder how long they'll last. I hope they don't go like Jericho did, get good and interesting then disappear. Bah.

I'm also planning on watching Crusoe when it premieres Friday. I missed the premiere of Life on Mars though I'm not sure if I'll watch it. I liked the original British version and was excited when it was announced that Colm Meaney was going to play Gene Hunt in the remake but it irked me when he was recast. I still might catch it before too many episodes air.

Sheesh all these new shows, like I really need anymore new shows to keep up with ;P
stargater: (sga sheppard close-up)
SGA: The Lost Tribe )

SJA: Day of the Clown pt 2 )

Heroes was good tonight. I'm really liking the dynamic between Sylar, Claire and Noah. Interesting twist there at the end eh? I've been sort of expecting that though. hehe

I'm still liking Sanctuary, it's certainly growing on me. I have to admit that GI-Ashley sometimes gets on my nerves with the amazing acrobatics though. The show still definitely has potential I think.

Also watched the premiere for Eleventh Hour which is a remake of the British show by the same name. I actually watched the British version not long ago on BBCA so I got to see it before the new one and I liked it already and I especially liked Patrick Stewart as the professor. The pilot was much the same as that of the original and I enjoyed it. It sort of reminds me of how Fringe reminds me of XF. There seems to be an influx of these types of shows this season, I just wonder how long they'll last. I hope they don't go like Jericho did, get good and interesting then disappear. Bah.

I'm also planning on watching Crusoe when it premieres Friday. I missed the premiere of Life on Mars though I'm not sure if I'll watch it. I liked the original British version and was excited when it was announced that Colm Meaney was going to play Gene Hunt in the remake but it irked me when he was recast. I still might catch it before too many episodes air.

Sheesh all these new shows, like I really need anymore new shows to keep up with ;P
stargater: (dw donna stapler)
I was perusing ThinkGeek tonight and came across the Bag of Holding Messenger Bag which they claim is 'bigger on the inside' which immediately caught my attention. That sort of makes me want it even more (I love bags anyway) and look at all the stuff you could cram into it! Plus, it's bigger on the inside than the outside! It says so! ;)

Also for anyone who watched Fringe tonight, surely one of the writers must be a Doctor Who fan because the scene with Peter and The Observer in the woods looked like it was straight out of Midnight. hehe

I also watched Big Bang Theory for the first time last night. It was pretty amusing though I did get annoyed a couple times. But any show that has someone going to a renaissance fair dressed as Spock earns another viewing from me.

Don't have much an opinion on Heroes but I didn't dislike it. I'm curious as to where they're going with everything.

I don't think I commented on last weeks Atlantis, it wasn't that bad. I was kind of annoyed with the banter between Rodney & Daniel simply because I didn't know that kind of animosity existed between them. I can see it with Rodney & Sam but not Daniel, he's not even a scientist in that way. pffft. And the mysterious people in the suits strangely remind me of the Breen for some reason.
stargater: (dw donna stapler)
I was perusing ThinkGeek tonight and came across the Bag of Holding Messenger Bag which they claim is 'bigger on the inside' which immediately caught my attention. That sort of makes me want it even more (I love bags anyway) and look at all the stuff you could cram into it! Plus, it's bigger on the inside than the outside! It says so! ;)

Also for anyone who watched Fringe tonight, surely one of the writers must be a Doctor Who fan because the scene with Peter and The Observer in the woods looked like it was straight out of Midnight. hehe

I also watched Big Bang Theory for the first time last night. It was pretty amusing though I did get annoyed a couple times. But any show that has someone going to a renaissance fair dressed as Spock earns another viewing from me.

Don't have much an opinion on Heroes but I didn't dislike it. I'm curious as to where they're going with everything.

I don't think I commented on last weeks Atlantis, it wasn't that bad. I was kind of annoyed with the banter between Rodney & Daniel simply because I didn't know that kind of animosity existed between them. I can see it with Rodney & Sam but not Daniel, he's not even a scientist in that way. pffft. And the mysterious people in the suits strangely remind me of the Breen for some reason.
stargater: (dw donna stapler)
I was perusing ThinkGeek tonight and came across the Bag of Holding Messenger Bag which they claim is 'bigger on the inside' which immediately caught my attention. That sort of makes me want it even more (I love bags anyway) and look at all the stuff you could cram into it! Plus, it's bigger on the inside than the outside! It says so! ;)

Also for anyone who watched Fringe tonight, surely one of the writers must be a Doctor Who fan because the scene with Peter and The Observer in the woods looked like it was straight out of Midnight. hehe

I also watched Big Bang Theory for the first time last night. It was pretty amusing though I did get annoyed a couple times. But any show that has someone going to a renaissance fair dressed as Spock earns another viewing from me.

Don't have much an opinion on Heroes but I didn't dislike it. I'm curious as to where they're going with everything.

I don't think I commented on last weeks Atlantis, it wasn't that bad. I was kind of annoyed with the banter between Rodney & Daniel simply because I didn't know that kind of animosity existed between them. I can see it with Rodney & Sam but not Daniel, he's not even a scientist in that way. pffft. And the mysterious people in the suits strangely remind me of the Breen for some reason.
stargater: (bones brennan & booth costume)
Bones: The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond )

SGA: Tracker )

Also, Survivor: Gabon started tonight! I'm liking the Kota (yellow) tribe so far, especially the older guy Bob. This season looks to be pretty good. Indeed.
stargater: (bones brennan & booth costume)
Bones: The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond )

SGA: Tracker )

Also, Survivor: Gabon started tonight! I'm liking the Kota (yellow) tribe so far, especially the older guy Bob. This season looks to be pretty good. Indeed.
stargater: (bones brennan & booth costume)
Bones: The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond )

SGA: Tracker )

Also, Survivor: Gabon started tonight! I'm liking the Kota (yellow) tribe so far, especially the older guy Bob. This season looks to be pretty good. Indeed.
stargater: (sga we're all mad here)
Alright, I'm not even going to bother with this episode. Though I'm pretty certain watching my potato bake in the oven was more interesting. Oh, and Teyla!Wraith? Um, yeah, no.

So instead I regale you with a tale of my loud neighbors from last night, or early this morning, either works really. It was approximately 2am and I was comfortably snuggled in the covers of my bed enjoying a restful nights slumber when I was startled awake. And when I say startled I mean flying out of bed nearly falling on the floor. My neighbors were out on their deck being, well, loud as usual. And I mean really loud, thunderous even, I think a couple of dishes may have cracked in the cupboards. I considered getting my sonic screwdriver and resonating their mouths shut while shouting through the wall "It's setting #2492, biznatches!" Of course, I couldn't do that but the thought of it sated me as I cringed and clutched the pillow around my head.

Then another voice shouted out from below and the conversation went as follows:

"Hey, excuse me!" "Hello!"
"Oh, well hey down there!"
"Um, can you guys be a little quieter?"
"What?!"
"Can you be quiet?"
"What?!"
"Loud! You're being really loud!"
"Oh, are we being loud?"
"Yes, loud. And it's the middle of the night!"
"Oh, alright, I didn't realize we were being so loud."
"..."
"We'll take it inside. Sorry for being too loud!"
"Okay, thanks"

Countdown ensues 5..4..3..2..1 *door closes and blissful silence returns*

/me heaves a sigh of relief and falls back asleep

Yep.
stargater: (sga we're all mad here)
Alright, I'm not even going to bother with this episode. Though I'm pretty certain watching my potato bake in the oven was more interesting. Oh, and Teyla!Wraith? Um, yeah, no.

So instead I regale you with a tale of my loud neighbors from last night, or early this morning, either works really. It was approximately 2am and I was comfortably snuggled in the covers of my bed enjoying a restful nights slumber when I was startled awake. And when I say startled I mean flying out of bed nearly falling on the floor. My neighbors were out on their deck being, well, loud as usual. And I mean really loud, thunderous even, I think a couple of dishes may have cracked in the cupboards. I considered getting my sonic screwdriver and resonating their mouths shut while shouting through the wall "It's setting #2492, biznatches!" Of course, I couldn't do that but the thought of it sated me as I cringed and clutched the pillow around my head.

Then another voice shouted out from below and the conversation went as follows:

"Hey, excuse me!" "Hello!"
"Oh, well hey down there!"
"Um, can you guys be a little quieter?"
"What?!"
"Can you be quiet?"
"What?!"
"Loud! You're being really loud!"
"Oh, are we being loud?"
"Yes, loud. And it's the middle of the night!"
"Oh, alright, I didn't realize we were being so loud."
"..."
"We'll take it inside. Sorry for being too loud!"
"Okay, thanks"

Countdown ensues 5..4..3..2..1 *door closes and blissful silence returns*

/me heaves a sigh of relief and falls back asleep

Yep.

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