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21 February 2009 @ 01:03 pm
I don't know if anyone's still watching...I'm kinda (hey, I keep keeping the faith that it'll get better, but I totally doubt it, plus its numbers suck, so it's done after this season or before anyway), but...

The fuck? A maybe hunter/killer rises from some pit and they all stand there slack-jawed, staring at it? Even Derek, who has an intimate knowledge of how they destroy things, doesn't run, duck or take cover?


Mankind is doomed with these bozos at the helm of our survival.

And apparently, the five people on TWoP, who still post, have all drunk the Kool Aid, cause they all, for some reason, find Sarah empathetic. The Hells? She's the least empathetic person whom ever personed on my teevee.

Oys some more!

Though, at least she was less...weepy-eyed this go-round. Seriously, she and Dean Winchester should get together and produce kids who just...cry all the time. 'evs...



Off to two birthday parties and two basketball games. Good times, good times!

Oh, and YAYS!

Elsewhere, Jonathan Sadowski, Kevin Simpson, Noureen Dewulf, and Ricky Mabe been cast in FOX comedy pilot Two Dollar Beer.
cianconnellcianconnell on February 25th, 2009 04:34 pm (UTC)
No shit? Really? Heh.

I heard last week was better-ish though? Was it?

Depends on what you mean by better-ish. I guess, cause Derek was actually in the episode, which certainly isn't always the case. He was a little badassy to John, which I like, but he's still less badassy than I'd like to see...and way too much the voice of reason. It's like TPTB didn't like that he was upstaging Sarah in the crazy and/or badass department, so they toned him down to make her...I dunno...more something (whatever it is, I do not know, since my hatred of this characterization of her is well known).

Ha in that article that you linked that Marcus Worthington, the Aussie tough guy, hired because he wasn't as fey as some of the American *action* stars compared himself to Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, just trying to get home (and hee that T:SCC uses the Wizard of Oz as an underlying theme as well).

I'm glad you're feeling better. I went from a bad head cold straight to a 48-hour stomach virus. T'was a lot of fun.