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  1. S05.E09: Elseworlds Part 1

    Yeah, I laughed when I heard the Smallville theme. I think they could have gotten a better actress than Bitsy Tulloch for Lois Lane. I popped over to IMDB to see what she's been up to since Grimm went off the air; apparently she and Giuntoli got married and she's expecting a baby in Feb 2019. The Joey Tribbiani theory (lack of chemistry between co-stars on-screen means they're doing it like rabbits off-screen) strikes again.
  2. Camping: All Episodes Talk

    God, what a waste of David Tennant. I don't think he's had more than 30 minutes total in this show, and most of that was in the last 2 episodes.
  3. S04.E08: Episode 8

    My first thought was that Ursula looks like George, but now I'm not so sure. Maybe she looks so much like Elizabeth that it's breaking George's heart all over again, so he has to convince himself that she doesn't look like her mother at all. It's a subtle bit of acting that could go either way. I'm with those folks who said they never thought they'd feel sorry for George Warleggen. Bravo, Jack Farthing.
  4. S04.E08: Episode 8

    Or, made up some excuse that she had to be on two months bed rest to make sure she didn't faint and "deliver early" again. She could probably have faked out both Dwight and Choake about how delicate she may or may not have been. At some point we're going to have a massive time jump and start focusing on the offspring as teenagers, aren't we? And then I'm expecting a Romeo-and-Juliet thing with Jeremy and Ursula, and a Mayor-of-Candor storyline with Clowance and Valentine. Of course, I haven't read the books so I don't know if any of this stuff happened in the books; I just know how tv shows usually go.
  5. S04.E08: Episode 8

    Yeah, I haven't read them either and my gob was smacked when George announced that she died. I should have seen it coming, though, since the episode started with a flashback episode of "Everybody Loves Elizabeth".
  6. Doctor Who in the Media

    I haz a sad. Christmas is the wrong time to break traditions.
  7. Kidding All Episodes Talk

    Amen. Now contrast this with Camping, where I hate all the characters except long-suffering Walt, and the stories are about as deep as a beer puddle on the top of a bar.
  8. What's to Come for You? Season Two Speculation

    All I can say is that I miss this show already. If Candace is still alive, why hasn't she gone to the cops yet? And speaking of cops, they were still looking into Peach's death without any resolution at the end of the season, so that has to come back to bite Joe in the ass at some point. This show was already renewed for a second season before the first season ended, so I guess it was safe to end with cliffhangers and unresolved plot points.
  9. Camping: All Episodes Talk

    I like certain dark comedies. Eating Raoul is one of my favorite movies, and I love Kidding on Showtime. But I like most of the characters in Kidding, and the premise was just so absurd and surreal and laughable in Raoul. I can't say either of those things about Camping. It's just unpleasant.
  10. Camping: All Episodes Talk

    I'm only still watching this now for the few seconds of David Tennant in every episode. I hate everybody else.
  11. You: The Book

    Well, it looks like Season 2 isn't going to follow Book 2, since they brought Candace back from the dead instead of introducing Amy Adam. I was looking forward to seeing who they cast as 40 and Love, but I guess they aren't going that way. By the way, Lenny Jacobson would have been an awesome 40.
  12. Kidding All Episodes Talk

    Wow. Just when I think this show can't get darker, it does. I'm not sure where they go from this for season 2. And that's all I'm going to say about this so I don't spoil it for those folks who don't have "Showtime Anytime".
  13. S03.E04: The Midnight Club

    I don't know, the whole idea of people becoming addicted to a D&D clone seems kind of lame and doesn't justify all the weird shit with the poison chalices that's gone on in the last few episodes. Unless the Gargoyle King is actually one of the witches from Greendale I'm going to be very disappointed with the resolution of this story line. A mundane, kids-hallucinating-Slenderman explanation just won't cut it for me. Well, at least we didn't have to sit through Shawshank Fight Club this week.
  14. S11.E05: The Tsuranga Conundrum

    Didn't I see that Pting thing humping Aeryn Sun's leg on Farscape 20 years ago?
  15. S06.E07: Chapter 72

    Was that a Birkin bag that Claire "just found in her closet" to give to Kelsey?