dangermousie: (DGCH by syliasyliasylia)
Just watched ep 10 of Moonlight and have only one thing to say:



Well, actually I have tons of things (and caps) but I need to recover from above first.
dangermousie: (DGCH by syliasyliasylia)
Just watched ep 10 of Moonlight and have only one thing to say:



Well, actually I have tons of things (and caps) but I need to recover from above first.
dangermousie: (DGCH by syliasyliasylia)
Just watched ep 10 of Moonlight and have only one thing to say:



Well, actually I have tons of things (and caps) but I need to recover from above first.

OMG

Dec. 12th, 2007 09:12 pm
dangermousie: (Coffee Prince kiss by alexandral)
I saw the spoilery preview for ep 10 of Moonlight and

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK

Spoiler )

In non-spoilery news, did I mention how awesome it is that we learned in ep 4 that Mick was a WWII vet? That explains the hard-headed attitude to killing and is also just generally an awesome thing.

OMG

Dec. 12th, 2007 09:12 pm
dangermousie: (Coffee Prince kiss by alexandral)
I saw the spoilery preview for ep 10 of Moonlight and

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK

Spoiler )

In non-spoilery news, did I mention how awesome it is that we learned in ep 4 that Mick was a WWII vet? That explains the hard-headed attitude to killing and is also just generally an awesome thing.

OMG

Dec. 12th, 2007 09:12 pm
dangermousie: (Coffee Prince kiss by alexandral)
I saw the spoilery preview for ep 10 of Moonlight and

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK

Spoiler )

In non-spoilery news, did I mention how awesome it is that we learned in ep 4 that Mick was a WWII vet? That explains the hard-headed attitude to killing and is also just generally an awesome thing.
dangermousie: (BW: KKHH by autumn_yaar)
First off, I think I am a dork but I watched this waaaay too many times. (Scroll all the way down and to the right and click on the VM link for the video).

Secondly, the rest of this post is meta on Mars versus Mars. I love the A-plot on this one: Keith pitted against Veronica, and they are both right and both wrong (yes, Rooke is a slimebag, no, he didn't sleep with Carrie). Of course, since Rooke is an excellent teacher, I guess the best place for him is at an all-boys academy.

But forget all that, because I want to talk about the B-plot, L & V's search for Lynn. I love that 2.14 starts exactly where 2.13 leaves off. The expression on Logan's face as he stands outside's V's door? It's incredibly hard for him to ask, and he knows he has no right, but he is desperate. And a bit too strongly in denial (why do people think she is dead? Let's see, Logan. She ditched her car with open doors in the middle of a bridge and left a suicide note). But Logan is so fragile and desperate here, because despite how lousy Lynn was as a mother, if she is gone he has nothing left but Aaron. *shudder* And the fact that he doesn't want to locate her, just wants to know she is OK, even if it means she abandoned him is heartbreaking. So is his comment to V that if his Mom would have killed herself, she would have used Chardonnay and sleeping pills. No kid should be able to say that about his Mom as if he knew this for a fact. Wow.

And I love that V, who knows what it's like to have a parent abandon you, agrees to help so readily. It's not that Logan used to be a friend, it's because she can so well imagine herself in his place. Though she is differently deluded: she thinks her Mom really cares for her.

And so we get V and L working together. I love the scene in the parking lot when she tells him about her plan about the white trash woman talking about seeing Lynn jump. Teamwork and snark make their appearance. Yay. And they are definitely on the same wavelength in the sheriff's office: they just have this incredible chemistry and vibe which makes me grin every time I see them have scenes together. I'd forgotten how wonderful it feels. And then of course, poor Logan, having to listen to that woman say that she will say anything to tabloids, and making money and fame off his mother's death. No wonder he blows up. And that horrible moment when he realizes that the woman who claims she saw Lynn alive is a deluded fan and you can tell by the slump of his shoulders that the weight of the world just dropped on him and he wanders out of there without even looking where he is going (and how typical that Weevil is, ultimately, willing to help). And then of course when he watches that video of his Mother's body falling. And he stumbles out and I feel like he can't even see at that moment and he is so in shock he is just looking for a place to hide.

I also love how he is trying to keep V at a distance throughout all this, make it a professional job, because if it's not, if she is doing it because she feels sorry for him or for old times sake, it opens a whole can of worms he is not willing to deal with, it brings in emotions and makes V his friend and he isn't ready to open himself up like that. But that scene in her office when he teases and they talk back and forth about tabloids and 'you mean the girl with the pig arm can't really bowl?" And his crack about penicillin (ahhh, irony in light of S2). That is chemistry. Can't bottle it, can't fake it, but when it's there...I love LV lighthearted moments. And then of course we get to next ep which I haven't rewatched yet, but I remember his touching her arm and holding it, and it's the first voluntary physical contact he's made with her, and it shows their growing awareness of each other and him opening up. Yay.

Also, I started watching Supernatural Pilot (about 10 minutes in) and it's very good. In fact, I am hooked, hooked, hooked! Sam's desire for normalcy and Dean's acceptance of his role (because what else can he do? Someone's got to do it) is good. Eye candy isn't good though. It's AMAZING.
dangermousie: (BW: KKHH by autumn_yaar)
First off, I think I am a dork but I watched this waaaay too many times. (Scroll all the way down and to the right and click on the VM link for the video).

Secondly, the rest of this post is meta on Mars versus Mars. I love the A-plot on this one: Keith pitted against Veronica, and they are both right and both wrong (yes, Rooke is a slimebag, no, he didn't sleep with Carrie). Of course, since Rooke is an excellent teacher, I guess the best place for him is at an all-boys academy.

But forget all that, because I want to talk about the B-plot, L & V's search for Lynn. I love that 2.14 starts exactly where 2.13 leaves off. The expression on Logan's face as he stands outside's V's door? It's incredibly hard for him to ask, and he knows he has no right, but he is desperate. And a bit too strongly in denial (why do people think she is dead? Let's see, Logan. She ditched her car with open doors in the middle of a bridge and left a suicide note). But Logan is so fragile and desperate here, because despite how lousy Lynn was as a mother, if she is gone he has nothing left but Aaron. *shudder* And the fact that he doesn't want to locate her, just wants to know she is OK, even if it means she abandoned him is heartbreaking. So is his comment to V that if his Mom would have killed herself, she would have used Chardonnay and sleeping pills. No kid should be able to say that about his Mom as if he knew this for a fact. Wow.

And I love that V, who knows what it's like to have a parent abandon you, agrees to help so readily. It's not that Logan used to be a friend, it's because she can so well imagine herself in his place. Though she is differently deluded: she thinks her Mom really cares for her.

And so we get V and L working together. I love the scene in the parking lot when she tells him about her plan about the white trash woman talking about seeing Lynn jump. Teamwork and snark make their appearance. Yay. And they are definitely on the same wavelength in the sheriff's office: they just have this incredible chemistry and vibe which makes me grin every time I see them have scenes together. I'd forgotten how wonderful it feels. And then of course, poor Logan, having to listen to that woman say that she will say anything to tabloids, and making money and fame off his mother's death. No wonder he blows up. And that horrible moment when he realizes that the woman who claims she saw Lynn alive is a deluded fan and you can tell by the slump of his shoulders that the weight of the world just dropped on him and he wanders out of there without even looking where he is going (and how typical that Weevil is, ultimately, willing to help). And then of course when he watches that video of his Mother's body falling. And he stumbles out and I feel like he can't even see at that moment and he is so in shock he is just looking for a place to hide.

I also love how he is trying to keep V at a distance throughout all this, make it a professional job, because if it's not, if she is doing it because she feels sorry for him or for old times sake, it opens a whole can of worms he is not willing to deal with, it brings in emotions and makes V his friend and he isn't ready to open himself up like that. But that scene in her office when he teases and they talk back and forth about tabloids and 'you mean the girl with the pig arm can't really bowl?" And his crack about penicillin (ahhh, irony in light of S2). That is chemistry. Can't bottle it, can't fake it, but when it's there...I love LV lighthearted moments. And then of course we get to next ep which I haven't rewatched yet, but I remember his touching her arm and holding it, and it's the first voluntary physical contact he's made with her, and it shows their growing awareness of each other and him opening up. Yay.

Also, I started watching Supernatural Pilot (about 10 minutes in) and it's very good. In fact, I am hooked, hooked, hooked! Sam's desire for normalcy and Dean's acceptance of his role (because what else can he do? Someone's got to do it) is good. Eye candy isn't good though. It's AMAZING.
dangermousie: (BW: KKHH by autumn_yaar)
First off, I think I am a dork but I watched this waaaay too many times. (Scroll all the way down and to the right and click on the VM link for the video).

Secondly, the rest of this post is meta on Mars versus Mars. I love the A-plot on this one: Keith pitted against Veronica, and they are both right and both wrong (yes, Rooke is a slimebag, no, he didn't sleep with Carrie). Of course, since Rooke is an excellent teacher, I guess the best place for him is at an all-boys academy.

But forget all that, because I want to talk about the B-plot, L & V's search for Lynn. I love that 2.14 starts exactly where 2.13 leaves off. The expression on Logan's face as he stands outside's V's door? It's incredibly hard for him to ask, and he knows he has no right, but he is desperate. And a bit too strongly in denial (why do people think she is dead? Let's see, Logan. She ditched her car with open doors in the middle of a bridge and left a suicide note). But Logan is so fragile and desperate here, because despite how lousy Lynn was as a mother, if she is gone he has nothing left but Aaron. *shudder* And the fact that he doesn't want to locate her, just wants to know she is OK, even if it means she abandoned him is heartbreaking. So is his comment to V that if his Mom would have killed herself, she would have used Chardonnay and sleeping pills. No kid should be able to say that about his Mom as if he knew this for a fact. Wow.

And I love that V, who knows what it's like to have a parent abandon you, agrees to help so readily. It's not that Logan used to be a friend, it's because she can so well imagine herself in his place. Though she is differently deluded: she thinks her Mom really cares for her.

And so we get V and L working together. I love the scene in the parking lot when she tells him about her plan about the white trash woman talking about seeing Lynn jump. Teamwork and snark make their appearance. Yay. And they are definitely on the same wavelength in the sheriff's office: they just have this incredible chemistry and vibe which makes me grin every time I see them have scenes together. I'd forgotten how wonderful it feels. And then of course, poor Logan, having to listen to that woman say that she will say anything to tabloids, and making money and fame off his mother's death. No wonder he blows up. And that horrible moment when he realizes that the woman who claims she saw Lynn alive is a deluded fan and you can tell by the slump of his shoulders that the weight of the world just dropped on him and he wanders out of there without even looking where he is going (and how typical that Weevil is, ultimately, willing to help). And then of course when he watches that video of his Mother's body falling. And he stumbles out and I feel like he can't even see at that moment and he is so in shock he is just looking for a place to hide.

I also love how he is trying to keep V at a distance throughout all this, make it a professional job, because if it's not, if she is doing it because she feels sorry for him or for old times sake, it opens a whole can of worms he is not willing to deal with, it brings in emotions and makes V his friend and he isn't ready to open himself up like that. But that scene in her office when he teases and they talk back and forth about tabloids and 'you mean the girl with the pig arm can't really bowl?" And his crack about penicillin (ahhh, irony in light of S2). That is chemistry. Can't bottle it, can't fake it, but when it's there...I love LV lighthearted moments. And then of course we get to next ep which I haven't rewatched yet, but I remember his touching her arm and holding it, and it's the first voluntary physical contact he's made with her, and it shows their growing awareness of each other and him opening up. Yay.

Also, I started watching Supernatural Pilot (about 10 minutes in) and it's very good. In fact, I am hooked, hooked, hooked! Sam's desire for normalcy and Dean's acceptance of his role (because what else can he do? Someone's got to do it) is good. Eye candy isn't good though. It's AMAZING.
dangermousie: (LoVe: kissage by dtissagirl)
From Veronica Mars Season 2.

Veronica is waiting for Logan by his exterra
Logan: As a rule, I like to start every school day with a hot blonde waiting for me in the parking lot.
Veronica: Me too.
Logan: I'm not blonde.
Veronica: Or hot.

Oh, my OTP, I love you. You don't even have to make out: snarky flirty friends is a mode that also makes me giddy.

Every time I see a yellow exterra, I can't help but grin.

ETA: You know what's scary? I watched a E! interview ith EC and JD, and I find Jason Dohring even hotter as himself than as Logan and that it mindboggling, considering my Logan loveand obsessiveness it indicates on my part. No scientologists are allowed to be that cool. OTOH, EC looks hotter as himself than he does as Keith and I find TD kinda adorable and Duncan...not so much. So it must be one of those weird TV things.

And in semi-related news, I can't believe I am about to ask this, but does anyone have the link(s) to The Liberation of Katie Holmes?
dangermousie: (LoVe: kissage by dtissagirl)
From Veronica Mars Season 2.

Veronica is waiting for Logan by his exterra
Logan: As a rule, I like to start every school day with a hot blonde waiting for me in the parking lot.
Veronica: Me too.
Logan: I'm not blonde.
Veronica: Or hot.

Oh, my OTP, I love you. You don't even have to make out: snarky flirty friends is a mode that also makes me giddy.

Every time I see a yellow exterra, I can't help but grin.

ETA: You know what's scary? I watched a E! interview ith EC and JD, and I find Jason Dohring even hotter as himself than as Logan and that it mindboggling, considering my Logan loveand obsessiveness it indicates on my part. No scientologists are allowed to be that cool. OTOH, EC looks hotter as himself than he does as Keith and I find TD kinda adorable and Duncan...not so much. So it must be one of those weird TV things.

And in semi-related news, I can't believe I am about to ask this, but does anyone have the link(s) to The Liberation of Katie Holmes?
dangermousie: (LoVe: kissage by dtissagirl)
From Veronica Mars Season 2.

Veronica is waiting for Logan by his exterra
Logan: As a rule, I like to start every school day with a hot blonde waiting for me in the parking lot.
Veronica: Me too.
Logan: I'm not blonde.
Veronica: Or hot.

Oh, my OTP, I love you. You don't even have to make out: snarky flirty friends is a mode that also makes me giddy.

Every time I see a yellow exterra, I can't help but grin.

ETA: You know what's scary? I watched a E! interview ith EC and JD, and I find Jason Dohring even hotter as himself than as Logan and that it mindboggling, considering my Logan loveand obsessiveness it indicates on my part. No scientologists are allowed to be that cool. OTOH, EC looks hotter as himself than he does as Keith and I find TD kinda adorable and Duncan...not so much. So it must be one of those weird TV things.

And in semi-related news, I can't believe I am about to ask this, but does anyone have the link(s) to The Liberation of Katie Holmes?

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