- Daniel Saume on Earshot
- Earshot | Let's Fold Scarves on Oh come on! What am I, Saint Buffy? He’s like three feet tall!
- Enemies | Let's Fold Scarves on Faith would totally do that. Faith was built to do that. She’s the do-that-girl.
- Hazel on A short walk around Leith
- Ella Veldre on A short walk around Leith
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Category Archives: Television
Simply a great episode with so much to like about it. Alyson Hannigan’s performance as various Willows; “Old Reliable” and the banana announcement; Anya’s peevishness at being human; Willow’s friends mourning her (“She was truly the finest of all of … Continue reading
This was a great episode. A perfect mix of everything that BtVS does so brilliantly. I could try to write more but here’s some screencaps instead. Rewind [This was a very lazy review.]
S3 is maintaining its disappointing run. I genuinely thought it was one of my favourite seasons but very little has been thrilling me. It simply hasn’t been appointment TV which goes a long way to explaining the long gap between … Continue reading
I tend not to read my old reviews before writing a new one but I did in this case and, boy, did I not like “The Zeppo”. However, while Xander’s character demolition and Cordelia’s ugly behaviour are still bothersome, the … Continue reading
This is a mid-table mediocrity of an episode in which the mothers of Sunnydale behave badly; Amy becomes a rat (“She couldn’t do us first?” is Buffy’s rightful complaint); and Willow’s mum is very funny: we should have definitely seen … Continue reading
Samuel West as Mr Heath, originally uploaded by moley75.
Half watching a documentary on the Wilson/Heath rivalry. Chock full of ancient politicians including a very old and different looking Denis Healey and the evergreen Shirley Williams who hasn’t aged in decades – that must be the advantage of not … Continue reading
River Song may be my favourite character created by Steven Moffat – and he created Lynda Day. It helps that Alex Kingston is fabulous in the role:
This article about Amanda Redman over at the Hathor Legacy made me realise just how good we have it on British TV in some ways; how we do have a fine variety of individual and, dare I say, normal looking … Continue reading