‘Life’ TV spot
This ISS crew find alien life film has Ryan Reynolds and some bloke from ‘Helix’. Mmm.
“How smart is this thing?”
‘Kong: Skull Island’ TV spot
‘The Void’ has a tagline: there is a hell, this is worse. I wanna see it!
Houseguest makes a mess in the kitchen, makes tremendous amounts of noise, whines and demands bread while breathing too loudly. He is thankless and rude. He stole someone else’s cutlery while it was in use. He steals food and wants French regional cooking - oh get lost. He has a friend who called our home “dreary” - die. Houseguest rants about curry and salt and popcorn and steals more food.
‘The Night Manager’ is coming back. Why? How?
What is shrobing?
The Azure Window has collapsed and I never saw it.
‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“A concluded view.”
“Is not an innocent concept.”
‘The Gloss Magazine’ Quotes:
“Society was pleased with you for being pregnant.”
“It’s all very well writing about the death of Anne Boleyn.”
‘The Guardian’ Quotes:
“Not an uncommon form of conduct in those days.”
“Drunkenly shout and swear and harangue.”
“Imprint brand loyalty.”
“Assertion of value.”
“Withdraw at times of high irritation,”
“When you secede from the collective,”
“That’s what women are for, to have sex.”
“Reduced to her sexual function.”
“Leveraging her maternal love against her-”
“She had no reputation to lose.”
“Their silent moments.”
“As if that was the only end and aim of a woman’s life,”
“Quite far away from A Star standard.”
“This life and we are not welcome.”
“If you snake on them.”
“Has he been fighting again?”
“Threatening to tell tales you can’t prove.”
‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“You whale Shamu!”
“Lying on me!”
“Cause if I was a prostitute, I wouldn’t be broke!”
“Failed 3 consecutive drug tests.”
“Do it without the drama.”
“Rage based aggressive language.”
“You’re so not listening.”
‘Hungry Ghosts’ Quotes:
“It’s currently on fire. I set the fire.”
“Lately, I’ve been wondering if I might be worse people.”
“Her will made flesh.”
On ‘Neighbours’: Toadie is selfish. Any day now he and ‘Dee’ will run off to the UK. ‘Dee’ bitches about Sonya to thicko Karl. Fat Terese is awful. ‘Dee’ stirs the pot. Why is Toadie so stupid? Toadie has no consideration. ‘Dee’ hurls herself at Toadie and he makes faces. ‘Dee’ is the c word. Karl sticks his nose in. Leo is broke? Toadie ignores his wife. I HATE Steph. Who is Clive? Who is Gail? Toadie cries. He wants ‘Dee’ - lord he can’t act.
“The special cutlery.”
“The ones we got out for dad’s parole dinner?”
“Unacknowledged and ignored.”
“Making a decision that you can’t come back from.”
On ‘Hollyoaks’: There is lederhosen. Myra bitches. Where is Matthew? John-Paul is not deeper and darker. John-Paul decides to leave. There is no emotional intensity. John-Paul has crushing consistency in being awful. He doesn’t tell his family that he cheated on James. I feel passionate hate for John-Paul. He has a job he abandons and a son he takes out of school and drags off to Singapore.
He acts like his morals are utterly beyond reproach. Sally stares. Nick resurfaces. John-Paul is a chronic failure who brings derision on himself. John-Paul and Ste hang out. John-Paul acts like he is the wounded party and more or less humps Ste’s leg. John-Paul does not apologise to James. He demands attention and flattery. Sally rang Ste, not James to inform him that John-Paul was leaving. People treat James terribly.
McHay is a joke. Nobody cares about James. John-Paul says he needs to put himself first, he always puts himself first. He is awful. Cleo is foul. John-Paul heads off to Singapore full of self pity. This was crap. On the plane John-Paul laughs James off as an emotionally stunted lawyer and gets a call from Craig. Oh FECK TPTB. John-Paul is cruel, horrible and I hope he dies.
Cleo gets high. John-Paul is gone from the opening credits. John-Paul didn’t even tell James he was leaving the country. Sally finally tells him. James is upset. No one notices. Poor James. Cleo screeches and Adam has festering bitterness. Nick is nasty. John-Paul has done many atrocious acts, but abandoning James is one of the worst. Maxine makes demands of Neeta. Cleo gets high with tattooed Bart.
The stark polemic on drugs is silly. James burns John-Paul’s polyester clothes. Warren RAGES. Sienna lurks. Holly’s hair is the colour of pee. Where is Kim? Fraser Black is mentioned. James wears very skinny trousers, drinks and cries as sad music plays. He draws the blinds so no-one can see. The pain is obvious. Dirk seems not to care that Will is dead. Where is Minnie? Warren RAGES at Joel.
“Shout to be heard.”
“A stranger in my own home.”
“I’ve got a commitment to god.”