• Nov. 11th, 2009 at 2:31 PM
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Episode 1.2 of V was an improvement from the pilot. It got me, and even Mr. Logovo, interested in seeing it next week. This time they didn't rush through the story and it is varying enough from the original miniseries that I want to see what happens next. I like the characters played by Elizabeth Mitchell and Morris Chestnut, so I have a hook right there to get invested with the show. The only thing missing is a real villain to hiss at, but Morena Baccarin is not it right now. Maybe 1.02 spoiler. )We'll see!



  • Nov. 4th, 2009 at 5:54 PM
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V.- I found the pilot last night for the V reboot disappointing. It has potential and some characters I liked, but the script was very, very clunky. I'll give it a shot next week, see if it improves any.

Leverage.- I should learn to use DVR now that we got our new box, maybe see the show "live" for once. The first season was my happy place for a few days, as we zipped through the episodes. @nd season has been sometimes *meh*, but I so love Parker and Hardison. OK, and Eliot too.

I haven't seen a single episode of White Collar yet, which makes me a rare specimen in my flist. I will though! I just need to -um- figure out when it's on. This is why people use DVR, yes? I'm so used to downloading stuff, so now that I'm actually seeing my new(ish) shows with Mr. Logovo it means messing with an actual TV.

Last thing. Burn Notice? My husband likes it, I haven't been crazy about it, had seen some S2 episodes with him, but before my trip to Mexico I saw the pilot and a handful of S1 episodes. Wow, it feels like the same thing that happened to Burn Notice happened to Leverage in S2. Sort of losing some of it's kick, which means you (well, more like I) stay because a love of the characters, and sort of stick with it even if the writing is not as fresh. Lesson to self: Don't jump into a show in S2. Always go back.