The ARC is rebuilt already. Sarah pokes at the artefact with a brio. Bad government types have monsters and a cloaking device that can hide anomalies. It is hinted that Lester is leaving the show too. Nobody is mourning Cutter and nobody is looking for Helen. People act like morons and there are various plot contrivances. Nigel Marven makes a cameo and gets eaten by a G-Rex. Quinn shows up to replace Cutter. Abby's brother shows up for no clear reason. Jenny acts like a cow. A plane is menaced by a G-Rex and some reporters come to a bad end. Off screen so we don't know if the G-Rex ate them, stepped on them or forced them through the anomaly. This was a truly awful episode.
Best Line: "You think the creatures are frightening Jenny, you should try the civil service."
Ep 1: Demolition
This is the introduction episode. The gang are at their first house which is scheduled to be demolished. Mike gets called a "Thunderbird puppet." Rick watches a painfully wannabe hip 'youth' tv show and kicks in the tv in anger. The 80's technology looks amazingly out of date: the tv has an ariel and the radio looks bizarre. This was okay.
Ep 2: Oil
The gang move into their new house. Mike finds Buddy Holly in his bed room. Christopher Ryan (Mike) is cute. Mike turns Rick's room into a roller disco and then his game of golf gets a bit gross. Anyway then Vyv plays murder in the dark in the cellar and claims to have struck oil. So Mike sets himself up as El Presidente and Vyv is his enforcer Colonel Vyv. So via some cricket bat violence, Rick and Neil are made to dig all the oil up. This was okay, Robbie Coltrane guest starred as the bouncer at the roller disco.
'Please Don't Leave Me' music video
Saw the full uncensored version of this melancholy song. What a creepy, 'Misery' inspired video this is. This is a good song with a good video.
'If U Seek Amy' music video
An awful video that looks cheap and the pop tart looks rough.
'So NoTORIous' clips
Saw some clips of Tori Spellings cancelled show. It mocked her 'Beverly Hills 90210' days and co-starred the guy who plays Sylar on 'Heroes'. The clips I saw showed Tori's terror of 'Brenda' and how she was thoroughly mocked by 'Dylan', 'Andrea' and 'Brandon'. Hee, this looks very funny.
'Parker Lewis Can't Lose' clips
This was an unabashed 'Ferris Bueller' rip-off, but was superior due to the fact it didn't star Matthew Broderick. Parker was smug, his friends were loyal, the Principle was freakish, her creepy sidekick Frank was nicknamed The Teenage Mutant Sidekick and there was a really large guy lumbering around. I remember liking this back in the day: Green jello! Frank in a 'Lawrence of Arabia' homage! Parker and co blackmailing Frank into doing their bidding by holding his complete collection of 'Soldier of Fortune' magazines to ransom! Upon viewing these clips, memories came back and there was a warm glow of nostalgia. However I didn't get a desire to buy 'Parker Lewis' on DVD.
'GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra' trailer
The 9th Doctor is in it and seems to be the baddie, so I'm there. No other reason.
Watched the trailers for various 'Dollhouse' episodes and I'm intrigued. It looks cool, it's a shame the show is pretty much axed. Why do people watch 'The Mentalist' and not this?
'Harper's Island' trailer
More murders than in an average episode of 'CSI: Miami! This looks good and I'm suspecting that the guy who was 'Jake 2.0' is the killer.
'Susan Boyle's audition on Britain's Got Talent'
Yes, she can sing but I'm sure that whole audition scene was a set-up to get ratings and media attention.
'The Signal' trailer
This low budget horror looks creepy but the whole setup is a ripoff of Stephen King's 'Cell'.
Sarah Michelle Gellar as Kendall on 'All My Children'
Wow, SMG used to be a brunette and used to gatecrash funerals. Not bad. So did Erica Kane throw Kendal out of Mona's funeral or not?