True, though it's perfect for my type a-ness.
That's a good plan. I think my "to read" list is at least 50 by now. A lot of classic on it, as well. Anytime I come across one of those "the books you have to read before you die" lists, I feel compelled to add them! Still trying to get used to e-reading...
hmm... i don't know? i honestly don't notice it.. i think i've become so desensitized to nudity because of my job, haha
i guess the show is a bit more "scandalous" in general. it's really not that good anymore, but i can't bring myself to stop watching.
i'm looking forward to the next season of homeland, but i have to wait until september for that one. guess it's time to pick up a book instead
Haha, I love her outlook and the spunk! Team Arya ftw. Has she read all of the books?
I had no clue any of this was coming so I was in utter shock. Sat there asking myself what I was watching. I think I felt as betrayed as the Starks! The most heartbreaking part was seeing Arya's reaction- brought me back to the whole Ned scene. Once that wolf hit the ground the waterworks started. I can't remember what I watched (if anything) after that. I read that the credits were played silently, I totally missed that. Damn this show for getting us emotionally invested in characters that are only going to be brutally murdered in the next season. It has definitely left me weary.
Hmm.. I don't know if they were meant to be necessarily comical, or just works of art. The artist said he was imagining what the characters would be like if they lived in the 90s/Saved by the Bell era. I love the vibe.
AH, I'm jealous! This is one ep I watched alone. But maybe it was better that way, I think my reactions would become distracting/annoying. Part of me wants to rewatch, the other part of me wants to avoid it at all costs.
i can't believe what i watched... from the second the doors closed and the band began playing, i started getting very anxious. damn devastating!
watching them kill the wolf was the last straw
not on purpose! i think they just can't contain their excitement. we usually try to discuss the show, but something from the books always slips in. half my fault for bringing it up. really, i need to pick up the books myself.