I finished up the show a little while back but took me time to talk about it, and it is by far one of the best shows on TV for a very long time now. This season had everything for me and satisfied me by killing off people I hated, one specific bastard that I really hated. I’m assuming who ever is reading this has probably seen season 4, if not then there will be a lot of spoilers ahead. I do love seen the spoilers and there is a lot coming up for Season 5, and I love how the story is developing, now to see whats going to come from the North. Too bad the Prince of Dorne got killed off, Oberyn was a very eccentric character, and as usual Peter Dinklage aka Tyrion Lannister does amazingly and the second half of the season he plays his role brilliantly. I love how there are so many different story lines to follow between John Snow & Daenerys Targaryen and whats going on in Kings Landing but you are always kept on your toes, it’s going to be a while before Season 5 but hopefully its going to be even better.
If you love the show Friends, then you will love this, I honestly couldn’t help myself, I always wish they get back together because the show did end on a high note and I only finished watching the last season this year so only 10 years after the show finished, and thanks to Jimmy Kimmel this episode made me smile.
There is always a lot of anime out there worth watching and never enough time to watch it all.
What I Will Be Trying To Watch From the List:
- Broken Blade
- Kenzen Robo Daimidaler
- Black Bullet
- Disk Wars: Avengers
- Jojo No Kimyou na Bouken: Stardust Crusaders
- Fuuun Ishin Dai Shogun
- Sidonia no Kishi
What I am Watching Now:
- Kill La Kill
- Blade & Soul
- Captain Earth
- Space Dandy
- Bleach (Almost Done)
- Naruto Shippuuden (Alot to Catch Up With)
- Space Battleship Yamato 2199
- Gundam Build Fighters
- Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai
There seriously isn’t enough time in the day to watch all of these anime’s but there are so many good one’s out there. I seriously need to finish Bleach, and catch up on Naruto.
One of my favorite comedies is coming back to TV with the great guy that started it, and this trailer tells it all. I can’t wait to see it and hopefully many seasons to come with it.
Now this is my kind of show, and from JJ Abrams and the creators of Fringe, this show looks cool. And I love the main character, Karl Urban, the guy who was a bad ass as Judge Dredd. Watched the first episode and this show is one very cool Sci Fi TV Show.
Four Latina maids with ambition and dreams of their own work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.
A 13 episode twister turned out to be a very exciting show, honestly much better then I expected I watched it episode to episode, I couldn’t wait to watch it. Eva Langoria is the executive producer of the show and she has a hit on her hands. Maids of the rich and famous of Beverly Hills is bound to have some comedy and drama thrown into the mix, and I loved the characters portrayed.
The core of the story revolves around the maids and the one maid who was killed, and who was the killer. The antics that take place in these people’s houses is hilarious. A summer hit in my opinion and kept me watching until the end, with the perfect twist for next season, which will be next summer, it was short but sweet. I’m 100% sure every woman that watched this show loved it.
I am a huge fan of a lot of these comedians, and these are the guys from my favorite shows. This interview happened a while ago but then I loved these guys just sitting together and talking about their experiences with normal people and how tv people are, and how they just walk up to them and assume they know them based on the characters they have been watching all their years. Honestly I would probably do that to Mathew Perry if I saw him and assume he was Chandler Bing and just jump right into that. It’s a very interesting perspective to see from the comedians and the people you would love to hang out with in real life, I would love to if I had the chance.
Matthew Perry, whose latest comedy effort, NBC’s “Go On,” was canceled after its first season in May. So … why did “Friends” end? Perry is now asking himself that same question.
The Round Table:
- Mathew Perry – “Friends” & “Go-On”
- Jim Parsons – “The Big Bang Theory”
- Jake Johnson – “New Girl”
- Eric Stonestreet – “Modern Family”
- Adam Scott – “Parks and Recreation”
- Fred Armisen – “Portlandia” and “Saturday Night Live”
This almost a one hour interview, and very much worth watching when you have a chance.
If you don’t know about this show or haven’t watched it then you are really missing out. For the third season of the show turned out to be the best, wrapping up a long plot with battle of the law offices and one very big client. This is one intense law drama with it’s very unique characters, and the its the characters that really pull you in Donna Paulson (Harvey’s Secretary) is my favorite by far, I want a secretary like her.
Mike Ross is still on edge with the firm but he is getting ballsier and more confident this season and I am especially liking Harvey Specter with his twists and turns as well. This is one of the most entertaining shows this past summer, and yes the summer has past but if you haven’t seen this show then watch it you will not regret it.
This has been an interesting summer with a lot of different shows as well as the usual shows. Suits is just over the top good, Devious was an interesting introduction and so is Graceland. And I never get tired of Franklin & Bash, I just wish there were more episodes to enjoy.
- Falling Skies – Haven’t finished it, but its getting intense
- Franklin & Bash – Loving the show as usual, but not more Epic then the last season
- Suits – This season is Epic, its ridiculous how good its gotten
- Devious Maids – This turned out to be a surprise of a show, the maids know everything
- Royal Pains – This show is just as good as usual, I do enjoy Dr Lawson
- The Newsroom – Haven’t started it yet, but really looking forward to it.
- Graceland – A pretty interesting Interagency Law Enforcement Team in Malibu, a complex action show
- Under the Dome – Halfway through it, still confused as to the dome but very interesting to see whats happening with people
- Rookie Blue – This season isn’t as good as the previous one
- Ray Donovan – Crazy show, just the first two episodes and its over the top
This never even crossed my mind, Robin Thicke is the son of Alan Thicke. Mr Seaver from growing pains, next to each other you can tell the similarities but the thought never even crossed my mind at all. One of the most famous fathers from the 80s, is father to a platinum winning musician. Their characters seem very different, when Robin Thicke comes off as smooth and chill while Alan Thicke comes off as charismatic and upbeat. Now that’s something that I didn’t know.