Spoiler Alert Thursday
Consider this an “open thread” because there was quite literally nothing on at all. There was so little on this past week that I didn’t even know it was Thursday today because without a TV schedule (or classes to teach), I don’t know what day of the week it is. Feel free to engage in retrospective analysis of the past half-season of TV or look forward to the next half-season of TV. For my part, I’m interested to see how the second half of “The Walking Dead” plays out given the change in show runners and that the last episode was quite good in a rather terrible half season. I just hope that wherever they go next, the following happens: (1) Rick’s wife miscarries or aborts; (2) Bella doesn’t follow her boyfriend, Shortround, off the farm. I’m also interested to see how the second half of “Supernatural” goes given that Bobby and Castiel are dead–Sam and Dean have absolutely no support network we know of; everyone they know is dead. And, obviously, looking even further ahead, I’m excited about the new season of “True Blood”–with Christopher Meloni joining the cast and Russell Edgington returning–and the next season of “Game of Thrones” (the corresponding book of which I just finished reading last night; should I begin on “A Storm of Swords” or move on to class prep?). In terms of what we watched this week, we’ve made it about sixty percent through the first season of “Game of Thrones” (again); Ned just got stabbed in the leg by one of Jaime’s guards. Like “The Wire,” the show makes a lot more sense the second time through.
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