Yeah... I'd rather be watching some shows, I guess, but the TV's still taken... :^^;:
lol, fun times it seems, for you removing that. :)
Yeah. The last couple of episodes were better than the first, so IMHO it gets better after the first 3 which basically lacked any real energy, after all, the first few episodes of Dollhouse and Angel sucked, and Whedon still managed to get a few great episodes into both of these.
About series, I like some of them you mention, but most of them is too light for me , Agents of Shield was promising, but now I just see it of curiosity.
Still, if they have to rely on a Samuel Jackson cameo to make it exciting, well... ;)
Boston Legal was a fantastic show. It was a perfect blend between The Practice (serious trials), Ally McBeal (quirky character relationship between Spader and William Shatner, two political opposites attracted to each other), and David E. Kelley's agenda: the show was very much about society issues, not really murder trials or anything like that. Most of all, it was really, really funny. I dropped the show after season 3, but it was mostly because of a lack of time; maybe I should watch the last couple of seasons one day.
Person of interest is kind of silly, true..but I love the characters in them, well, most of the time. Spader acting I am mostly unaware of, apart from the old Stargate movie, but then I rarely watch cop series anyway, so Boston legal I haven't seen.
Never tried them. Supernatural looked like a teen show to me... Like Vampire Diaries, etc. CSI, anything that tries to abuse the viewer's lack of IT/tech knowledge really, really upsets me.
Sherlock is great, look forward to new season, others I follow now are CSI and Supernatural, still exciting!
I'll take note of that. Seems to be written by a Torchwood/Dr. Who writer that I knew about (he wrote quite a few episodes I loved in both shows). And Utopia looks interesting, too.
but I started and ended alot of series..lately i saw Broadchurch though, that was a keeper.
'course I heard about it, after all we don't often get good shows produced in my country... :lol:
but did you know about another, similar but less bloody, called "Les revenants"? :D It was slow at first(well, first episode was quite fascinating), but it soon got me hooked all the way in. And yes, its indeed true what they say about french girls :) Look forward to second season of that too.
I'm sad that Les Revenants gets to become popular outside France when Kaamelott, which is such a stunning show (started off as a cheap, short comedy show and ended as a full-length comedy-drama show with a large budget), is barely ever heard of.
I guess I try to avoid most French shows because 90% of them are really bad. The last one I liked that isn't Kaamelott, was "Bref" ("In short..."), a very short one (90 seconds per episode), but it'd probably lose too much in translation. It's one of the most original shows ever, though. Not only in France. A bit like Fight Club, come to think of it. Well, you'd need to see the show to understand what I mean.
Okay, apart from that, not much that stands out. Oh, I did like a couple of thriller TV movies adapted from Fred Vargas. I doubt they're available in English, though. There's also "Fais pas ci, fais pas ça", it's a very funny comedy, but they sold the rights to the US a few years ago, and they made a remake called, ahem... "Modern Family". It's not widely known that it's adapted from a good French show, but it's the truth. They only added the gay couple, the rest is the same.
All right, added you! Apparently, you're the last slot available, so I won't have to have you create a new account.
My bitbucket account is bloc67 - I think you mentioned it a bit back.
It looks good and all, though! But usability-wise, it lacks interest. Only single-line fixed headers have a modicum of interest in general.
As for the fixed header..uhm, I haven't even checked on mobiles yet. I might get rid of it again, its a fad really, maybe not worth doing "hacks" for it. I'll make my mind up soon hah. :)