magicallaw: (manip: Sam's watchin' Delgado)
A challenge to watch 500 episodes of TV-shows in one year. The only rule is that if you watch a certain episode more than once in a year you can only list it again if you haven't already listed it for that month.

Look, I've started already )


Nov. 23rd, 2008 10:13 pm
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Spoilers )

Anyway, that was a bit good, and it freaked me out rather a bit, so I guess it done it's job. I just wish the BBC wouldn't be so random with their scheduling.
magicallaw: (DT: Eddington; books is good)
After a bit of a busy week, I finally managed to watch the first part of The Devil's Whore this morning. Nothing spoiler-y to say, just that it looked gorgeous. I am so easy for anything that looks pretty. Looking forward to the next bits. Have a feeling it won't get less bloody, though. I am so feeble. :(

And tonight, Einstein and Eddington was on, and I managed to watch it on my telly and not on my PC which is a bit of an achievement for me. Anyway, HOLY CRAP THAT WAS GOOD. LIKE REALLY, REALLY GOOD. My knowledge of these two sort of goes as far as Einstein discovered the theory of relativity... yeah, that's about it. Still, I was full of glee at the end spoilers. Well, for those that know sod all about history and/or science, like me. )

Tomorrow I shall catch up with Little Dorrit and Heroes. Plus we has Freema in something new, too. I AM IN SERIES 3 HEAVEN RIGHT NOW, YOU GUYS.
magicallaw: (LoM: teh Gene Genie dance)
Yeah, screw the Credit Crunch. I'm totally getting a Barclaycard if it means I get to do this. Also, what an absolute tune.
magicallaw: (classic who: the first)
Well, I finished watching Secret Diary of a Call Girl. Not fantastically glowing comments under the cut )

I was also introduced to Ben and Polly via The War Machines, and are more awesome than me, you and pretty much everyone else ever. Yes, I realise I say this everytime I see a new companion, but still, he is cockney and loveable and she is posh and blonde and lovely. Plus, her wardrobe is awesome, as is her hair. I do not covet it as much as Jo's, but that is one fantastic fringe.

I haven't got much of One left to watch now, which is sad, as I love how he giggles at stuff and that. And his voice gets quite high-pitched too. Anyway, that will lead my on to Two and I haven't seen much of him yet so hooray. I hope I can get over my general dislike for recons soon. Eeep.

Am going to watch Friday's HIGNFY on iPlayer now as Mr Smith is presenting and my mum tells me he was fantabulous. It be Tom Baker time soon though. \o/
magicallaw: (Promos: Ten/Donna Team Tardis)
Mostly battling with this feckin' cold. If one more person tells me that this particular bug lasts for at least two weeks I shall cough all over them. Bah. Anyway, it is improving. Slowly. So I feel like getting back to the norm; which I am. I am writing fic. Whoop. Done about 300 words tonight which is good as this particular story has been on my mind for a while now. Will be fit to post one day, one hopes.

What else? Well, catching up on telly has been high on the agenda. Series two of Secret Diary of a Call Girl is nearly all watched now. Have to say, I prefer it to last year, but then I preferred the second book which focused more on Belle's personal life much like this series. Plus, like [ profile] lizbee, I am having fun playing spot Billie's Baby Bump and/or Body Double. I swear they didn't even try to hide it with the Rapunzel outfit from episode 6.

Have also been watching Stephen Fry's Big Trip Around America In His Taxi (or whatever it's called). I do actually want him to adopt me. Watching him on a horse was very entertaining.

I am failing to watch SJA on the day it is broadcast, but that's what the iPlayer is for. I like watching it when I'm feeling particularly crappy as I can't tell you how much it fills me with glee. I have been looking for Clyde icons. I NEEDS MOAR CLYDE. WHERE ARE THEY ALL? HEY?

I know there's been more stuff... WORK. OMG. Yes, work. Have been working A LOT, and there is no sign of it easing up. At least I won't get bored. It would be nice to come home in the evening and not feel like collapsing in bed with a book. Oh yes, I finished New Moon. Oh, man. These books are terribly addictive, in that way where I want to point and laugh at Bella Swan for being so pathetic. Am borrowing the next one, whatever it's bloody well called, from a buddy real soon. THE SAGA CONTINUES OMG.

Must be off as my bed and Richard Hammond is calling me. I am of course referring to his autobiography which has big words and pictures. I AM READING LIKE A GROWN UP. Next up: The Magic Faraway Tree. Which was totally awesome, by the way.
magicallaw: (classic who: Ian)
I've completed the 500 TV shows in a year challenge. This is a good thing, it has to be. It shows how, erm, much I love telly? IDK. Anyway, I realised the other day that it would have been over a lot sooner if I kept a record of EVERYTHING I've watched but that's just not possible. So, here's the list, but, because I am supposed to be writing fic but have no motivation whatsoever, here is a summary of what exactly it is that I've been watching. Under the cut, of course. )

In conclusion, I need to get out more. Or, you know, not.


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