Party at the Hartnups!
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Party at the Hartnups!
If it's born on the 28th you have to name it Edward after me.
Lucina's where it's at, you dolt.
STAMPEDE OF THE DISCO ELEPHANTS WILL BE AMAZING.
Well, no, it won't, but I need something "so bad it's good" to look forward to, or I have nothing.
It's already on episode 12 of Season 2 in the US. Still has it. Still has it.
Birdman is pretty incredible
We have one every year it seems, so I'm keeping tradition alive.
I gained super loads of weight last year, so this year is getting rid of that and hopefully then some. I lost two stone between...
Any albums people are looking forward to this year? Apart from Limp Bizkit, Enter Shikari and Barenaked Ladies, it's looking a bit sparse at the moment.
Recent films and how good they are:
The Hobbit 3: Pretty good if the main thing you liked from Jackson were the fight scenes. Literally everything else in it is a bit weak.
Dumb and Dumber To:...
That Agent Carter opener sure was pretty amazing, except for the bit where they shoehorned the fact there will be an intrigue of some kind.
Seriously, you get through the whole episode, there's a...
You shake about quite vigorously, loosening one of the ropes strapped around your right foot.
Interestingly, the struggling has made the bed you're on rather unstable.
How? With what?
You shout into the aether, only to realise that you're alone, fully clothed, and you're relatively sure there's nothing stuffed up your butthole.
You look around. Well, you at least attempt to, but you've been strapped to a bed somehow, so your view is rather limited to the impeccably lovely ceiling, your torso, your arms, and the suddenly...
You wake up in a strange room.
This is the second year in a row where I haven't really cared that much about Christmas, which is super weird for me because it's also the second year in a row where I've also had enough money to buy...
Every week I watch Gotham and within five minutes wonder why the fuck I bother doing it. It's a horrible, senseless mismatch of tone and ideas that doesn't know what it wants to be and set itself up...
Gotham is absolutely shit, so I have no idea why I'm still choosing to watch it.
It's that final scene that really does it for me. It's the perfect culmination of everything that comes before it.
Bojack Horseman starts off as a kind of average cartoon that only pulls you in with its premise, but by the time I got to that final scene in the penultimate episode, I was nearly in tears. It's the...