…Way to post a late reaction post, huh? Late as it is, there’s one thing in particular I wanted to post about, in regards to White Collar‘s season 2 opener. In the last couple of weeks before season 2 started, in the midst of being really excited about the show being back, and getting more […]
I’m apparently not going to make the longer post I wanted to about the Covert Affairs pilot, so I’m just going to make a few quick points about it. :D What I found kind of meh: Annie’s lost love. I dunno. I thought the flashback scenes to Sri Lanka were too ~Ideal Tropical Tryst~, so […]
Been kind of busy and tired, and when I’ve had time I’ve been playing around with WP3’s custom posts and taxonomies (because I’m a geek like that). But at any rate, I’ve watched several things in the past week: Moyashimon. With Channaka and Kato Natsuki. It was cute and cracky and amusing. Kato Natsuki really […]
I know that this is old news, but since I only watched the first season of White Collar in the past month, I wouldn’t have known when it was new… Anyway, Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay did a webcast back before the season 1 finale, answering fans’ questions. And watching them play off each other […]
Covert Affairs starts next Tuesday on USA, and I’m actually really excited because I love the spy genre, and also because I already like both Chris Gorham (loved him in Popular, never actually watched Ugly Betty, though) and Sendhil Ramamurthy (who deserved better than Heroes ever gave him, in my opinion).
At any rate, three scenes from the pilot are up on the show’s YouTube channel. :D
I haven’t really kept up with Kamen Rider Double since very early on in its run; since October, I think it was. My excuse has been that it didn’t quite grab me, and that in general I have to be really into something to actually put in the time and effort to follow it week by week. That it’s not that I don’t like Double, I just don’t love it that much, and I’d just catch up at some point.
So they’ve done the press conference announcing the next Kamen Rider series, in this case OOO or Ozu (yes, like Faiz).
I kind of bailed early on in Double due to lack of interest and just not really getting into the story at the time, and I never did get caught up, but now I’m… let’s say cautiously excited for the new installment. The main reason is that the main writer is Kobayashi Yasuko, who is responsible for Ryuki (my favorite Rider series), Den-O, Shinkenger (which I love), and Timeranger (which I haven’t seen but have heard great things about).
I’m not crazy about the suit design, but it looks better than the initial magazine scans led us to believe, so we’ll see.
And obviously, the cast was announced, the characters introduced, etc, and here I’m intrigued by a couple of things.