Nov. 12th, 2008

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Someone lent me season 1 of this on DVD and it is superbly cheesy. Like cheesy toast with a side of cheese on a cheese plate. (I've seen random episodes before but I suspect never season 1. Or if I did I forgot all about the annoying boy wonder sidekick.) I love how, like every other immortal being ever in the history of ever, Duncan MacLeod also suffers from the curse of flashbacks that feature lots of bad clothing and worse accents. Um, also, boy wonder sidekick just made eyes at Duncan in a really disturbing way.

Plus I am still watching The Mentalist and relishing its many delights. While the main attraction is obviously Simon Baker and his rumpledness and grin, I quite like them all, including boss lady who is certainly not interested at all in him and mainly seems to wonder how she got saddled with him and his wacky genius. Despite my unrepentant shipping ways I quite approve of this; I rather hope she turns out to be a lesbian so he doesn't get his manpain cured by the love of a good woman. I really want an icon of her rolling her eyes as Simon Baker grins in the background.
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1. What happens to immortal heads after the whole lightning thing? Do they explode? Because they only seem to have the bodies left.

2. Why does Duncan wear such terrible, old man trousers? It's as if they picked the least flattering trousers they could find in all of Canada and then clad him in them.

3. Does Boy Wonder Sidekick ever become less annoying? Or is he fated to be appalling teen comic relief forever?

4. In the years before quick, safe transit how did Duncan ever possibly manage to travel around so much? And do they ever run out of periods for him to have flashbacks in? They must do at some point, right?


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