Dwight Dixon. I hate him mainly because he’s a bad guy.
3. What’s your favorite episode of 4?
This is extremely hard. I have narrowed it down to seven.
Season 1: Ability, There’s More than One of Everything
Season 2: Peter
Season 3: Marionette, 6B, Subject 13
Season 4: And Those We Left Behind
4. What is your favorite season of 5?
Probably season 4.
5. What’s your favorite relationship in 3?
Do I even need to answer this?
6. Who is your anti-relationship in 2?
Ummm… I really don’t care for Zuko and Mai.
7. How long have you watched 1?
Since it debuted and until it ended.
8. How did you become interested in 3?
I had seen it all over Tumblr so I watched the first episode on Netflix and was hooked.
9. Who is your favorite actor in 4?
John Noble (Walter and Walternate). He plays my favorite character and it’s amazing to see Walter’s growth from season 1 to now. Plus with the flashback episodes and Walternate, we see so many sides to Walter.
10. Which show do you prefer 1, 2, or 5?
I love all three but I have to say Pushing Daisies. It was the first show I got DVDs of, I never missed it, it was the first show I really watched and got it into.
11. Which show have you seen more episodes of 1 or 3?
Well Pushing Daisies because it has 22 episodes instead of six.
12. If you could be anyone from 4, who would you be?
Probably Olivia. I think she is a strong person who has gone through a lot and she can kill men with a gun or with a bolt of lightning. Plus she gets to get inside Peter Bishop’s peacoat.
13. How would you kill off your favorite character in 5?
I really couldn’t kill off my favorite character without ending the show. If I had to kill off Liz Lemon, she would finally have love and love in return and then she would probably get run over by a Hot Dog cart.
14. Would a 3/4 crossover work?
Yes. Yes. Yes. Make it happen J.J. and Moffat. I would love this. Sherlock trying to solve a Fringe murder in London and then having to admit defeat and contact the Fringe team to help because the victim is from Boston and he learns of the Fringe team’s reputation. Sherlock deduces Olivia but she doesn’t really care until he talks about her step-father. Peter punches Sherlock. John settles everyone down with tea and explains Sherlock. Sherlock learns of the other universe but doesn’t believe it. Walter and Sherlock work together. Astrid now gets texts from Walter about getting food and going to crime scenes because Sherlock taught Walter how to text. John and Olivia bond over guns. Peter and Sherlock get into a pissing match about IQ. Mrs. Hudson shows up and cleans Walter’s lab but tells him she’s not his housekeeper. Broyles says mysterious things in a low voice. Nina is also mysterious. Lestrade is called by Sherlock but since they are in Boston he just says “Not my division.” Walter thinks Sherlock’s been dosed with Cortexiphan. Red Vines and coffee. Jam and strawberry milkshakes. Moriarty and David Robert Jones team-up. Epic chaos including ripping hole in the universe while making it seem like its the Fringe teams doing. Peter and Sherlock finally get along. Olivia does stuff with her mind. John uses his medical skills to save someone. They save the day in the end. John is chuffed. Double date with Peter/Olivia and Sherlock/John. But then some crazy plot twist at the end where Jones and Moriarty do something cray cray. Also there will be peacoats and scarves. Everywhere. It’s happening.
15. Pair two characters in 1 that would make an unlikely, but strangely okay couple.
Olive Snook and Emerson Cod. I could see it.
16. Overall, which show has the better cast, 3 or 5?
Ummm… I would have to say Sherlock just because it’s smaller. 30 Rock has a larger cast so sometimes I feel like they aren’t used as effectively.
17. Which has the better theme music, 2 or 4?
Fringe. I love the theme from A:TLA but the Fringe theme is just awesome.
18. Overall, which show has the better storyline, 2 or 5?
Avatar, most definitely. 30 Rock is great but because it’s a comedy it’s storyline doesn’t really have a destination besides Liz finding love or food. Avatar had a great run because it had a goal in sight.
The ending of the episode was lovely. But I want to know more about the bad guy. Why was his face deformed? (I may have missed this.) Why was his face better at the park but then get worse as he turned around and left? Did he extract the pheromones and then dehydrate them to help his face? Why did he use the pheromones to make it seem like he was the husbands? To kiss them and feel an iota of love? Or to perfect his chemical formula? Why did he say he was sorry to the last wife but then turn around and act extremely cold answering Olivia? And the most important question; Where did he get the pug!? Actually the most important question is what happened to the pug!?!
I am super excited to see The Hunger Games but today it’s not even on my mind.
Today I got The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. My mom got me Chipotle. I get to watch The Adventures of Tintin. There’s a new episode of Fringe tonight and at midnight the full premiere of The Legend of Korra is released!
Pretty sure I’m going to buy the movie and the next two books instantly. Tomorrow, people are going to be freaking out about The Hunger Games movie and I’ll be locked in a room obsessing over Lisbeth Salander.