The First Evil (asta77) wrote,
The First Evil
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I see the Galactica fandom is melting down faster than I anticipated. Well, it made it longer than House. ;) I know there are some newbies here ::waves::, but for the rest of you folks I think you know if I'm critical about an episode or bitch about a storyline, it doesn't mean I still don't adore the show. And, frankly, as long as Apollo has breath in his lungs, I'll be tuning in. So, yeah, I thought 'The Farm' was a bit of a clunker, but I'm still complaining about 'Dead man's Party' how many years later (?) and yet could watch 'Something Blue' or 'Fool For Love' a hundred times.

BTW, for those who don't know (I didn't until this morning) Sci-Fi at 7pm est tomorrow is running a marathon of the first five episodes of the season. I might be watching. ;)

For the British fans, the new issue of 'Starburst' magazine is dominated by BSG interviews. I probably won't make it's way to the U.S. until next month, but you can go ahead and order it from the magazine's website.

I have an Arrow of Apollo theory, but it's based on a promo pic I saw and since some may consider that spoilage I guess I'll just keep my mouth shut and see if I'm right in the coming weeks.

Last night I watched Jamie in Poirot: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. I was disappointed his role as Ralph was on the small side. He was in the first half hour then disappeared until the end. On the brightside, he doesn't die! And he didn't kill anyone! If I had any criticism of him in the role is that he came off for too sweet to be a "profligate lothario".

As for the mystery, it was interesting though by process of elimination I suspected the doctor early on. And I'm still confused as to why he didn't kill Ralph, but instead stowed him away in a rest home. Maybe he figured they find him eventually and pin the murders on him.

I'm sure most of you have now heard but, if you've paid for 50 icons, LJ is upping your limit to 100! WOO HOO!!! More Bamber! (See icon :)

For House fans, Hugh and Sela are on the cover of next week's TV Guide. I only saw this at the website so I have no clue as to what kind of spoilage may be in the article. Frankly, with 'House', I don't much care about being spoiled.

Shutting up now. :)
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