Season Six of Game of Thrones is giving us fans some love after the season five heartbreaks and all and all just everything bad happening that could possibly happen…I’ve added Season 6 Episode 4 to my list of great episodes. Besides Daenerys in this ep reminding us once again that she’s a real dragon, and queen of fire, our longing for Jon Snow for five long years looks like it’s finally coming to fruition. Starting here, when he finally sees one of his sisters after all the shit he’s been through (including dying, geez!)
Binge watch The Walking Dead episodes starting with episode one, season one, so that you’ll know what to do when zombie hell breaks loose. If possible, when it happens, find one of these guys and never leave him!
Also in preparation, you must have your Zombie Apocalypse theme song. To discover it, go to your mp3 player, ipod or whatever, and hit shuffle on your song files list. Scroll to the third song and hit play… This is mine…
Good luck… 😉
Don’t know what I’m going to do next Sunday when Walking Dead starts…hate that ABC changed this show’s time to Sundays…it was perfect on Wednesday… anyway, I’ll have to catch the dead a bit later that night on AMC…
So, just thought I’d post this picture of some of the cast looking so happy, since they never, ever smile like this on the show. What a shame. Eye candy all!
Any guilty comrades out there?
Tonight the best show on TV returns after a year off due to contract disputes…I expect large and fascinating things to happen…Mad Men is by far the best written, best filmed, best set designed and best dressed show around (well, other than The Walking Dead 🙂
Get your liquor glasses and smokes ready for the 2 hour premier episode of the new season on AMC at 9 p.m. EST.
Yes, I cannot wait for the new season tonight on FX…cheesy, I know. But those nice male bare butts, sexual situations, and some “should be on HBO” language keeps me interested on boring nights. Mr. Continuum left the audience last season when a woman lobbed off her breast with an electric meat cutter in our fair doctors’ reception room. Botox injected into a baby’s lips for modeling was another tactless teaser with questionable moral value. But this is what we tune in for, right?
When last we left our favorite plastic surgeons, Christian Troy, the “never a dry dick” character, had just married his long time female employee/friend, settling for her former lesbian self because he was diagnosed with cancer and had 6 months, give or take, to live. She was someone who he could trust to get him through, plus, she’s a nurse so his egotistic self was assured the best care possible. The last episode, unexpected yet expected, because, really, can they kill the main guy off?–featured Troy finding out from his doctor that his files had been mixed up–he was not dying, and his cancer was completely gone.
Can’t wait for the repercussions of this marriage dilemma. Did I say you could call me cheesy????????