lolabobs: (angels)
I've finally caught up with my viewing with the help of a day under a duvet with a hot water bottle :)

Suits )

I also saw white collar )

And then there was SPN )

I also had H50 )

And finally Lewis )

In briefer verdicts, Miranda was fun the past two weeks, very much liked the guy in the shop. Ripper Street was less so this week and I haven't watched Call the Midwife yet. (I know it looks loads, but these are the only shows I watch all week.)

*Rick Hoffman, I went and looked and he's only 6 months older than me! I thought he was in his 50s. Oops, sorry Rick Hoffman. Although that's probably a compliment to your acting, so actually you're welcome Rick Hoffman.

** Titus Welliver - yes he was, he was in Suits too - fancy that.
lolabobs: (beach boys)
Meep: I just watched the last two episodes of Suits.

Jessica and Donna are awesome. Louis is awesomely not awesome and - eep cliffhanger!

Squee: I watched H50 again.
I don't give a fig that it was unrealistic and ott and silly. I love Danno and Steve and Chin and Kono and now there's Max and Joe and - eep Jenna!
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Louis Litt has framed photographs on his desk and in his office.

Framed photographs of himself.

God, I love the attention to detail.
lolabobs: (xander)
I stumbled across the finale of season 6 Buffy on tv tonight, I ended up watching it with a sappy smile. I'd forgotten a little how much I love Giles and Willow and Xander, and it was such a Giles, Willow and Xander centric episode. Yay.

Also tv related I watched Suits today (also yay!) - who was the man who played the man who didn't like Harvey very much? I don't think that can be classed a spoiler. I watched it and I still love it, but.

It makes me anxious when I watch it. Not like The Shield used to - that was a kind of terror and high stress. This is still stress, but different. Clearly linked to my own anxieties, it has something to do with Louis and the bullying and a fear of humiliation I think. Every time it seems that Mike may be humiliated I start to feel tense.

It's strange, I don't normally feel anxiety when viwing tv no matter how into it I am. I can be scared *for* the characters, or worried about what's going to happen, but I don't often get that clenching in my tummy.

Clearly recognising some of my own anxieties and stresses!


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