Tachi Rocinante

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  1. I thought the three guys were supposed to be rough impressions of the Lone Gunmen. Also, who was the goofy agent that had his badge picture in the scanned files? There was no name on it.
  2. Finished it. It did pick up, but it seemed more like a setup for a finale, not a story that has two books left. Oops, I forgot Fred was already dead.
  3. 100 pages into Persepolis and I am completely underwhelmed. If it improves I will post an update.
  4. Line of the episode: "She's in charge of ice."
  5. I don't like it because the impersonation in both look and sound sucks. He doesn't look like a rat, and his speech isn't marble-mouthed. It's pathetic.
  6. Telescopes are fine for viewing meteor showers. Most come from a central point of reference - for example, the Orionids all begin a bit to the west of Orion's belt and fan out. They don't streak all the way across the sky like a plane does. I was more concerned with the signed Jordan rookie card from a few episodes ago. Most signatures on rookie cards (ones that aren't produced with the autograph) diminish the value greatly.
  7. Is the house crafting a Margot based on Jules' memories? Once she got pulled away from the egg thing, FakeMargot receded back into the ooze. Also, what happened to the "family" Jules was summoning from last episode?
  8. Aaand I'm out. I just don't care about most of these characters enough to keep going. Forte and Schaal are painfully unfunny most of the time and adding Wiig made it worse. Just so they could do a schlocky duet?
  9. Duece. After the grunting, this was perfect.
  10. Some public employers (county, city, state) get Columbus Day off, most private sector and schools do not - they use it for the day after Thanksgiving.
  11. I think the girl on the couch didn't say a word because it was based on JDs memory/idea of the ideal woman, whom he's never spoken to. Did backpack guy shoot his real wife? This season is shaping up better than the first, and the six episodes make it tight with no real room for filler. The only complaint I have with this show (and most SyFy shows) is that their HD cameras seem to be about 10+ years old. There are dark scenes where the quality is so bad and pixelated it looks like someone upconverted a standard definition signal. It's distracting.
  12. I love the little things thrown in: - The cops are Milner and McCord (Adam 12) - Best friends Veronica and Betty (Archie) - Last names are Sawyer and Finn (Mark Twain)
  13. I think he called her "Martian", like a nickname. If they keep it up, it will be good. The girl at the beginning came around a house whose number was "6". Hmm.
  14. Channel Zero: No-End House tells the story of a young woman and her friends who visit the No-End House, a bizarre house of horrors that consists of a series of six increasingly disturbing rooms.
  15. I watch Mom and The Good Place and would agree. South Park is also very funny.