Spoiler Alert Thursday (On Time!)
Yet another slow week!
“Fringe.” Two comparatively uninteresting episodes in a row, which does not bode well for the future of this show. The “soul magnet” connecting Spock’s soul to Olivia’s body is either completely brilliant or the sign of a decadent show past its prime. For the time being, I’m going with the latter. After all, the actress playing Oliva had trouble playing two versions of herself: how the hell is she going to pull off Spock-in-a-woman’s-body?
“Breakout Kings.” The new opening to the show is, perhaps, the most embarrassing opening I’ve ever seen. The “live tweet” of the show was rather disappointing, although Herc made a good show of it (including re-tweeting one of Blythe’s tweets, but also personally replying to nearly every show-related tweet). I don’t know what a T-Bag is, but apparently he’s on the show next week: to me, he’s just the bad guy from “Transporter 3” and looks like the white supremacist (but isn’t) in “Death Race.”
I’m pretty sure that Jessie J’s “performances” on SNL gave me herpes of the eye. I’m immensely disappointed to learn that she wrote “Party in the USA,” which is probably one of the best songs ever recorded by anyone.
(P.S. Happy birthday Blythe and Coco.)
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