Okay, so this post may have been spurred by withdrawal. This is the time (I'm supposed to be studying) I have lots of time to relax... and yet there is no TV! Am I the only one who thinks this is counterproductive? (However, at least it gives me something to blog about... pros and cons.)
1. Doctor Who. Aliens and time travellers and running, oh my! (Trust me. There is a lot of running. Like I've said before, the whole point of me exercising is so that, the day the Doctor comes to get me, I'm fit enough to keep up.)
(also David Tennant. Just... swoonnnn)
(best part: when you rewatch it you find even more jokes.)
3. Sherlock. I can obviously relate to the 'no one knows better than me' of the main character. (Oh, and you think I'm an obsessed fangirl? Just look up Sherlock on Tumblr. You will not believe the things people write...)
(also, again: David Tennant. Although he looks like he's going to die he has an amazing Scottish accent)
So, what is it such different concepts have in common? (Other than that three out of four are by BBC... what can I say, I'm a sucker for British accents...) They're all mindblowing. They're all the kind of show that you stare at the TV and whisper... "what just happened..." and have to watch several times just in order to wrap your mind around it.
Like really. Sometimes I have no idea what's going on.
I love it.
My friends probably love this a bit less, because I frequently trap them in corners in order to explain exactly what is happening and why they need to care about it. And I cry about it too... this results in a lot of awkward hugs and arm-patting while they secretly wonder "what's going on?"
My friends also do not like the really lame jokes.
(this is from AD but also applies to DW and is, sadly enough, exactly the sort of thing I find hilarious)
Oh, and you know how I wrote Bad Wolf everywhere in hopes of freaking people out?
What are your favourite shows, and why?