Another confession of mine. I love Dinner Party but what it’s known for, being hilarious and having great character stuff, is all there in The Deposition too. I don’t know why I’ve compared them, maybe because they’re back-to-back episodes, I just prefer The Deposition.
Season four had some classic episodes. Survivor Man, Branch Wars, Money, Dunder Mifflin Infinity. Good times.
This was my confession. Didn’t really need to be confessed but I was bored so. But yeah, people complaining about good shows annoys me — I can only assume these people haven’t seen much bad TV or they’d appreciate the good more.
And the idea that as soon as Michael left The Office died is silly. Sure, season eight was the weakest season but there was a lot of good stuff, especially in the second half, and season nine was full of great episodes, especially the final run of episodes which featured some of the show’s best work.
LOST + i remember
I never thought the stuff that happened in the flash sideways world was meaningless like a lot of people but even if I did I think it still would have been worth it because it meant we had the moments where the characters remembered their previous lives and every single one of them was really touching (aside from Ben’s I suppose which was a bit more brutal).
I think my favourite was Locke’s — sure, he wasn’t remembering someone he loved or anything like that but he was remembering something just as important: a very brief time where he was truly special, a time that made his miserable life seem completely worth it.
It was quite fitting I thought that while everyone else had their flashes moment triggered by love Locke and Ben’s were triggered by something different, something a little more unique, because that’s what the were on the show — different and unique.
(Source: ladymills, via lostshow)