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Trailers, Quotes and Stuff

‘Justice League’ trailer
Aquaman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Cyborg are building an alliance. There are no secret identities. Aquaman gives people fish. Maybe.

Best Lines:
“I need friends.”

“I’m real when it’s useful.”

“I hear you talk to fish.”

‘The Legend of Bagger Vance’ promo
No.

‘Nine Lives’ TV spot
Hee!

‘Romeo + Juliet’ (1996) promo
No.

Praline with roasted almonds and crispy wafer - yum.
Piri piri chicken balls - okay.
Beef vol au vonts - not so hot.
Hazelnut praline truffle Belgian chocolate - okay.
Salted caramel Belgian chocolate - good.
Sparkling lychee drink - yum.
Chocolate ganache infused with Brazilian orange oil and tangy orange pieces smothered in milk chocolate - nice.
Smooth caramel smothered in milk and dark chocolate - okay.
Dark chocolate ganache piped into a dark chocolate shell - yum.
Praline combined with caramelised hazelnut pieces in a white chocolate cup topped with dark chocolate and crushed hazelnuts - ugh.

I will review ‘The Magicians’ season 1 and ‘The Secret Prophecies of Nostradamus’.

I’m skipping ‘The Last Ship’ 3x03.

There is an albino blackbird?

Over 20 years since the ‘Doctor Who’ TV movie aired on BBC1.

Recall the infamously awful ‘Galactica 1980’?

The Bronte children created a fantasy world, did any of it survive?

Recall Salt N’Pepa?

There is very odd spoiler/casting info coming out of ‘Arrow/Flash/Legends of Tomorrow/Supergirl’ land.

‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“Appropriately accurate 80s packaging.”

“Contour crafting.”

“A champion of negativity.”

“Deemed suspicious because he is above suspicion.”

“Put on lipstick and attack.”

“My emergency friend. For when there is no one else about.”

“Mimetic gift.”

“Messages of punishment and exclusion.”

“Deprived generations of intellectual thinking.”

“Declining personal popularity.”

“Constant ethical commitment.”

“Grossly over-costed.”

“You bump into the wrong kind of people, if you understand me.”

“A right of residence,”

“Human struggle in a now vanished America.”

“Want all writers to be post-Beat oddballs.”

“Office for order.”

“A hopeless drunk shambling about in his underwear.”

“Multiple page diatribes against political correctness and their habit of using moody cigarette drags as punctuation.”

“With an Irish accent that might best be described as migratory.”

“Prove less riveting than others.”

“A guy in dad jeans.”

“He knows what a real riot looks like.”

“He revels in his notoriety.”

“Death by shed.”

“A waitress’s apron went on fire at a reviewer’s table.”

“Everyone here has an AK-47.”

“Somebody we think we know better than we do.”

‘Outnumbered’ Quotes:
“What if they’re attacking you with a shovel?”

“Shovel-related circumstance.”

“Trowel behind the telly.”

“Door basher.”

“A lot of sweating.”

“A trainee psychotic.”

“Why am I defending Gordon Ramsey?”

“Broke out in a really foul smelling sweat.”

“They probably should have toilets on the Millennium Wheel.”

“Amen and out.”

‘The Daily Telegraph’ Quotes:
“Step back, sit down and look on adoringly.”

“A bygone era of trouble-shooting factual shows.”

“Never told them off - even when they were clonking her over the head with a hammer.”

“Glaringly unfunny drunk scene.”

“Chocolate is salad.”

“De-elocution lessons.”

“Arranging mixing bowls.”

“A dire reflection.”

“Shouty ill-tempered and sometimes violent ordeal.”

“They don’t care enough.”

“Wasted opportunities.”

“Unpretentious honesty.”

“Can cause injury to feelings which is out of all proportion to the harm they cause to reputation.”

“The authentic voice of the shires.”

“A joint looting mission.”

“Crooked nonsense.”

“They were often given steak and chips, while she had cheese on toast.”

“(Relatively) clean sheets.”

“Bemused, decent husband going out of his way to keep his cold, demanding wife happy,”

“Soliloquising wildly about his rights.”

‘Sky News’ Quote:
“Take free questions.”

‘The Office’ Quote:
“Your attitude confuses me.”

‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“Eyes are on me.”

“He hurts people.”

“They put micro-mini-chips in my eyebrows.”

“Stuffing drugs in my couch.”

“Taken everything I own. Down to my underwear. Literally!”

“I called the Secret Service.”

“I look mentally insane.”

“What makes you so important?”

“Drugs were being stuffed into my couch cushions.”

“The reaction I get now.”

“This is 99% proof.”
“Yeah, it’s good too.”

“Not going to stop until they’re caught.”

“You can’t convince her.”

“There’s some blackmail going on.”

“People are altering all my paperwork.”

“Chased, followed, drugged and tracked.”

“All at the same time.”

“Misperceiving things.”

‘FTWeekend’ Quotes:
“Distrust any narrative the experts give them.”

“Become the objects of passionate hatred and rampant conspiracy theories.”

“Pericardial fluid.”

“A long-term decomposition.”

“Where they had tried and failed to defend themselves.”

“Helping to bring survivable surgery to the masses.”

“The scents just smell so fake.”

“The chemical age.”

“Giant rodents on the Olympic golf course.”

“The machine for allocating celebrity and wealth is giving the wrong people out-size rewards.”

“The only toilet was outside, just a hole in the ground that the whole building used.”

“An Englishman expostulates angrily to himself, either a casualty of drugs or the heat, or, more likely, both.”

“Presumably she is unable to think of any other reason for a man in his forties to be present.”

“He didn’t fit into any legislated category of suffering.”

“Conjectured form.”

“The hell of proximity.”

“Buying a sex manual that they read sitting up in bed.”

‘The Girls’ Quotes:
“Old velvet shredded by the claws of a dozen long-dead cats.”

“You’re starting to look a bit creepy there, Del.”

‘The Guardian’ Quotes:
“Warned by producers not to try anything funny.”

“I had to wear a bikini the whole time - including during funeral scenes.”

“Parenting-blaming.”

“Makeover shows, from houses to tits.”

“Damaging fake social commentary.”

“Interpreting a Snapchat rant as a death threat.”

“Didn’t know she was valuable.”

“His recitals often required two pianos as the first was likely to be destroyed in performance.”

“Heavy smell of burned bird in the cockpit.”

“Pilot forgot to release the parking brake for takeoff.”

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On ‘Neighbours’: Drab and Lauren advise Paige on love issues. Susan calls Karl a fat middle aged man in Lycra. Brennan is the only cop in Australia. Paige whines about her privileged upbringing which she again lies about and says was spectacularly awful. Susan puts on her antagonistic voice. She lets down Sonya like she let down Terese. Sonya has many unattractive traits. Paige lies and causes more damaging consequences. She and her immoral vigour doesn’t care about the Bergman-esque distress she causes. Paige physically assaults someone in characteristically combative form. Terese is awful. Paige and Tyler have a fraught affair.

Best Line:
“No sign of him, his car or his dog.”

On ‘Hollyoaks’: Diego has a past that involves a drug dealing sister.
Tags: arrow, battlestar galactica/caprica, doctor who, flash, legends of tomorrow, the last ship, thoughts, trailers
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