That last landing looks like the airport in Guatemala. Very scary landing with mountains all around and not a very big airstrip.
That's really cute! Off to a bit of slow start - you have to be faster with the camera!! She's speedy!
Lovely, lovely! I like the use of the critters from Harry Potter and Torchwood, etc....
I can't believe no one commented on the woman's hand with the watch that pulls Dr. Watson's hand away before he can accurately determine if Sherlock has a pulse. I think it is Irene Adler's hand. If she were in London at the time, she would have the strongest possible motivation not to reveal that sherlock was faking his death (because he helped her fake her own death). Thinnk it is really Sherlock laying there.
I anxiously waited thru Season 7 for episode 14, when I heard Misha would be back on. Praying that it would be as Castiel. I wasn't disappointed. Castiel is the paladan who never rages at his place fighting for good --only at his weaknesses. He Does add another point of view, a faith that keeps trying even after loosing faith. We are enriched by his attempt to help and guard the brothers, even though that wavered. We want to see him continue in his redemptive arc. And Dean needs him.
Ok, I've loved this whole series. A little point --you mix up "they're" and "their" all the time :) They're is whenever you could say "they are" and "their" means when something belongs to them and it is always exactly backwards in your titles. And it is "Season Finale" not "finally".That is all :)
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Thanks for posting this! I so wanted to be there for the boys --really missing Carbon Leaf, but am away in WV at school and couldn't come.
Wow - I knew every answer on this and the ST Voyager Jeopardy, except about the Star Trek stamps ---every show related question.
Ohhh!!! That very last line destroyed me too!
Love how Patrick mistakenly hums a few bars of the Doctor Who theme!!! He doesn't seem to realize either :)
Fair enough. I see from your post and his reply that I misunderstood his meaning by "like this" as if he were saying we were doing things "for example" this rather than "of a similar nature". My bad.
By the way, this video gave me the wiggins! I used to do some caving despite a mild claustrophobia, but that tight squeeze he's going thru is definately beyond my tolerance level. Sheesh!!
- "long live the brown coats" ---best comment yet. "we think we can make people better. We meddle, and we haven't the right"
The storyteller is filling a societal function that depends upon the audience, and they cannot be ignored. An example of what happens when you DO ignore them is the recent cancellation of SGU. Brad Wright ignored what SG-1 and SGA fans liked...team stories about likeable characters...and kept the universe but filled it with unlikeable characters. Result - you end up telling a story to an empty room. Cautionary tale.
- I just finished watching all the seasons on Netflix. Most of the Spike/Buffy is season 6, I think. But season 7 is brilliant.
Re the surviving in space...when she gives the space/time coordinates on the video (in the black box) she says "oh, and if you could extend an oxygen corridor that would be great" ...so the Doctor adjusted whatever field is around the Tardis that keeps the air from leaking out when he opens the door so it extended to the airlock she was blown out of. What you SHOULD be asking is...why was she blown out the airlock if there was an oxygen corridor out there? :)