Fight or Flight?
Wherein our writer stumbles upon a stash of Hard Case Crime books.
This week: Michael
Finally Openly Gay Tom implores
us to Meet Kevin Johnson.
Season 4, Episode 8:
A. Why won’t the
Island let Michael kill himself, but it lets Mr. Eko get smacked to death by
Smokey? The guy is thousands of miles away, not even thinking about
screwing up Island business, and he can’t even run his car into a port container
in peace. Does he just have to ...
This week: Jin & Sun, Past, Present & Future in "Ji Yeon".
LOST, Episode 4.07
A. Not one episode
ago, the Kwons were still playing telephone to share information with the group
because Jin didn’t know English for “they went into the jungle.” Now he’s
ready to be on the Beach Debate Team.
B. I should
have known that it was a double-flash (back AND forward) when Jin wa...
This week: Romeo Goodwin Benry Jack & Juliet deal with The Other
Season 4, Episode 6
She Says, “Oh Goodwin/Ben/Jack, Yeah, I Used To Have A Scene With Him”
A. Where did The
Others get a psychiatrist/therapist from in the first place? Did Harper
just up and decide she wanted to be a shrink? I’m assuming it was her
impeccable sense of empathy and her stable demeanor that gave her...
This week is sort of short and probably a little weak because I
can't find too much to say without nitpicking. I thought it was a good
episode that kept incredibly busy, and spent a lot of time focusing on one of
the most compelling characters of the run so far. I'll take lackluster Notes and a strong episode
I. Billy Pilgrim
might not be a more leisurely military force than the Scottish arm...
Andy Kaufman. That is all!
This week: Kate Austen, Babynapper in Eggtown.
A. Past, present
or future, Kate’s story is about as compelling as drying cement. What a
shock, she’s back in handcuffs! Who would have guessed?! And she ran
away from the Island! And now she’s a babynapper! So many harrowing
twists and turns that I never saw coming! There might have been a little
I like wrestling.
No, not Olympic style. I’m talking pro wrestling in all of its gaudy splendor.
And I should amend that to “I used to like wrestling.”
I grew up in south Louisiana in the belly of the Mid-South/UWF territory and Bill Watts’ simple, brilliant and effective booking ruined me for everyone else, so to speak.
I really can’t watch the WWE McMahonopoly. They’ve completely thrown out the morality plays that are supposed to drive the whole thing. I...
The title says it all.