Oh my god! This episode was awesome! I mean, don't get me wrong, I've still loved the past few episodes, even if they didn't have much to do with the main plot, but to finally get back to the apocalypse and just to do it so amazingly--just...gah.

!!!! (Spoilers) )
So, I was supposed to go back to my parents house for the weekend so I could watch my brother and sister in the singing competition tomorrow. But, it's snowing really bad here, and my breaks are acting funny so I'm stuck in my apartment for the weekend. Which sucks because I've only missed on Solo/Ensemble Competition since I used to do them every year, and that was because I had a really bad case of flu. Also, I'm running out of food in my apartment and I wasn't planning to go shopping until Monday, and of course, right now it's too bad out there to drive to the store. So I'm stuck with frozen burritos and eggs.

Not together. That would be gross.

To keep myself entertained this weekend I have started watching Dark Angel. (Yes, just so I could watch Jensen in season 2.) I don't know if anyone on my flist has watched it, but so far it's alright. I mean, the dialogue seems a little fake sometimes--a little too smooth, too much slang--and I'm not really digging the soundtrack, but Logan's cute. I like the whole scruffy guy with glasses things, and this thing between Max and him remind me of the days back in junior high when I read the Fearless series: Kick ass, genetic freak girl with no fear paired up with common sense speaking wheelchair guy.

Oh, Gaia and Ed, you always were my favorite in that very long, over dramatic young adult series. I never did finish those books... For all I know the author is still pumping out more.

In any case, I don't think this show is going to become my new Epic Fandom Love or anything like that, but it's passing the time.


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