Spoiler Alert Thursday
Unbeknownst to me, although SyFy has canceled “Caprica,” Space has continued to play the final episodes. We only found out this week when we saw that there was a new episode on, sat down to watch it, and had absolutely no idea what the hell was going on. Fortunately, because it isn’t playing in the US, the episodes are readily available online. However, this means that we have to watch two episodes knowing what happens. I was really confused when the STO suddenly had Cylons and Clarice was planning on blowing up the stadium. I was also confused when Zoe and Tamara were apparently living in Rivendell. At least we now know to catch-up for the final episode where, presumably, Clarice will carry out her attack given that the episode is called “Apotheosis.”
We are catching up on “Bored to Death”–“Dexter” and “The Walking Dead” resulted in “Bored to Death” getting pushed out of the Sunday night line-up. I’m not sure how I feel about Vikram. Four characters seems like too much, but then the better episodes are the ones where the guy from “Cheers,” the guy from “The Hangover” and the who drummed on “The O.C.” theme song work on a case together. Having said that, the guy from “Cheers” and the guy from “The Hangover” are a better pair than the guy from “Cheers” and “The O.C.” song guy. It is unfortunate when the main character is one of the least compelling characters in a show.
On that note, I’m still cheering for the zombies in “The Walking Dead.” I don’t like the main character, I don’t like his friend, I don’t like his wife, and so on. We’ll continue to watch the show, however.
Is it wrong to admit that we are looking forward to “Game of Thrones”? Obviously, it isn’t wrong to say that we are looking forward to the Andy-Whitfield-has-cancer-so-let’s-make-a-mini-series incarnation of “Spartacus.”
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