Why? The plane bit is creepy.
‘John Wick Chapter 2’ trailer
‘The Space Between Us’ trailer
‘The Cure For Wellness’ trailer
‘The Mummy Returns’ (2001) promo
Vanilla choc - okay.
Intense truffle - okay.
Teddy Grahams - okay.
Scottish shortbread fingers - nice.
Mature cheddar cheese & spring onion flavoured potato crisps - okay.
White tea with peach juice - okay.
They’re axing ‘Days Of Our Lives’?!?
‘Arrow’, ‘The Flash’ and ‘Supergirl’ renewed.
Recall Ladybird books?
The houseguest has been kicked out of the hospital and now steals my dauphonise potato and my BBQ ½ chicken. He leaves things in the sink, buys Christmas cards and crackers. And rants about candles and candelabras and won’t shut up, yapping all night.
I will review ‘Bloodline’ and ‘Blood On my Hands’.
I skipped ‘Blindspot’ 2x09.
I’d like to see ‘Ebola Zombies’, ‘The Legend of the Mad Axeman’ and ‘Ex From Hell’.
Recall the 1984-1985 ‘Voltron’?
“Louder and sadder!”
‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“There are no circumstances whatsoever that can justify this situation.”
“Made little secret of his cynicism.”
“There’s this plaque beside a small pile of rubble. Typical.”
“CD’s (the format that also refuses to die).”
“Want the opposite of what we have.”
“Popular culture responds to grim times with glossy, escapist distraction.”
“No longer has faith in its own flimsy mythology.”
“Ended up telling her what I thought of her at 2am.”
“Importance of image in cementing mythology.”
“Another very heavy and very distant planet orbiting the sun.”
“Following her in shops.”
“Of substantial socioeconomic importance in forthcoming years.”
’The Guardian’ Quotes:
“Change nothing, produce more.”
“The second least interesting Friend.”
“Exhibiting manic behaviour on the Great Wall of China.”
“Not a fully realised character description.”
“We’re not going to compromise.”
“Lobbying prized gnome Mr Tufty at his assailants head.”
“Nostalgic for their own formative years.”
“Shut up and let someone intelligent talk.”
“No doubt good at something but it’s not something we teach here.”
“Valueless and probably stupid.”
“Seem really angry about everything.”
“Suffocating him with your presence.”
“Pass judgement on her behaviour.”
“Destroyed any reputation he had.”
“Revelled in its own apartness.”
“I categorically reject that notion.”
“Routinely sneered at and ignored.”
“Largely empty life.”
‘The Daily Telegraph’ Quotes:
“To lose her mother and sisters, her husband to be, her horses, her parties and life of ease.”
“While the veracity of the claims made in his dossier, and his own reputation, continue to be fiercely debated.”
“Feed on every scrap of affection her husband throws her.”
“I’ve made wrong choices.”
“It is never judgemental.”
“It is offered to them as a last chance: if they refuse, they will lose custody of their children.”
“Struggles to form positive relationship, and has difficulties in managing their emotions.”
“Saw her as an inconvenience.”
“Enchantment may very soon turn sour.”
“Losing a sense of occasion.”
“Subtle modes of death.”
‘Teen Mom 2’ Quote:
“I took it as a threat.”
‘Horrible Histories’ Quote:
“The southern necessity.”
‘Sky News’ Quote:
‘RTE News’ Quote:
‘This World’ Quotes:
“The parent isn’t part of the solution.”
“Trying to interfere in the destines of children who aren’t even their own.”
“Having certain kinds of friends.”
“Severe masculinising effects.”
“Final most irreversible step.”
“Weren’t very proud of him either.”
“A target of male aggression.”
“Choose to resist her demands.”
“Took a very negative opinion of me.”
“Didn’t give in to it.”
“Question the received knowledge.”
‘My Sister, My Love’ Quotes:
“If I fall down, Skyler no one will love me!”
“And cruel Skyler said Better not fall then, Bliss.”
“I don’t want to be ‘injected’.”
“Litany of hated-things uttered in a rising voice,”
‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“Hotel only money.”
“We were mislead.”
“That works out good.”
“You get what you get.”
“Gave up on her kids.”
“Laid down their tools of war.”
“A deadly dynamic.”
“I mean something to you.”
“Treat me like you used to.”
“Reacts out of fear.”
“Proud of me again.”
On ‘Neighbours’: Ned’s not in jail but Drab is more concerned with fighting Tyler. Piper and Tyler run off. Drab rants. Terese screeches. Karl treats the Cannings like trash. Drab doesn’t know anything about commitment or changing himself. ‘Love Actually’ is ripped off. Aaron issues moral proclamations. Elly bores. Ben insults Xanthe. Again. This was outrageous drivel.
“You yell at them when they get home.”
“I heard she’s run off with a car thief.”
“The girl that’s not good enough.”
On ‘Hollyoaks’: has everyone forgotten that Ste has HIV? Kim has her job back and everyone overlooks she is married to Esther and thus her next of kin. Where is Curtis? Grace usurps Kim. Ste yells at John-Paul. Are they still married? Cleo acts like she is the wronged party. Goldie and Mercedes are disgusting. Does James not notice he’s been robbed? Ste attacks Amy. Why is Harry fawning over Ste? Neither of them have a job. What are they living on? Ste shrieks about his kids. Leah is scared of Ste. He isn’t conciliatory. None of this is a realistic scenario.
People know about Ste’s history of violence and his refusal to exhibit any humility. John-Paul has misplaced tolerance. Does Frankie consider Kim family now? No wonder Ste has no supervised access to his kids. His way of registering disagreement is to attack people. Scott whines. Nobody has social concern. Interest fades dramatically. Ste has explosive viciousness. Nobody cares about Celine. There is nobody in Chester whom you can trust or rely on. Ste’s sofa based inertia bores. Why does Harry want Ste as his trusted life partner?
Why is Amy not wary of the pretty unreasonable Ste? Leah finally disapproves of Ste. People should be enraged by Ste’s years of mistreatment of people. Leah and Amy talk about mean Ste. I’m sure Ste will be suspected of Amy’s murder. Ste’s bruises heal. Mac and Lisa screw in the pub basement. Liam robs the pub and smacks Nathan around. Harry sulks. Cleo is an intractable ass. Mac relies on fear. Esther has brain damage. Liam plans to run off with Eva. He is lying to Grace. Mercedes and Scott steal more of James’ money.
Jesse whines about scary weirdoes in jail. Liam is a plonker. Nobody is deeply despondent. There is no appalled fascination. This is not to be taken seriously. Eva has GHDed hair as she is on the run. Why does Tony’s latest brat have a chav accent? Mac assaults a McQueen twin. Nobody has self-assurance.
“I am a nurse.”
“You’re not needed.”
“What about all the other times you hit mum?”
“Go away and never come back.
“Frankie doesn’t want you here.”
“I don’t like him anymore.”