1. Saw Possession. After seven years of The Closer it felt very strange to be watching Kyra Sedgwick and screaming “turn on the light, you idiot!”
Not her movie, of course; the viewpoint character was her ex-husband. However, she almost stole it at several points. She had some decent scenes, including the picking out of the glass. If you have nothing else to do this weekend, give the movie a shot. It’s entertaining, and that’s all it’s required to be.

    Saw Possession. After seven years of The Closer it felt very strange to be watching Kyra Sedgwick and screaming “turn on the light, you idiot!”

    Not her movie, of course; the viewpoint character was her ex-husband. However, she almost stole it at several points. She had some decent scenes, including the picking out of the glass. If you have nothing else to do this weekend, give the movie a shot. It’s entertaining, and that’s all it’s required to be.

  2. Now I’m really curious…Reblog this if you’re 20 or older.

    christianbaled:

    Do I have to reblog it nearly three times, if I’m…?

    (Source: kuro-leo)

  3. Crisis.

    mercenarytech:

    Richard is on Season 7 of the X-Files. He wants an X-Files break. We both want to watch Sanctuary, but I also kind of don’t want to watch Sanctuary until I’ve finished Stargate SG-1. 

    What do we do?

    Reserve Sanctuary. It should be evaluated in the light of the whole of Amanda Tapping’s performance on SG-1 and Atlantis, ‘cause I think she gets a raw deal. There were significant differences in the characters that made Sanctuary less of a comfort zone for her than is sometimes advertised.

    Alternatives, you say?

    Have you seen all of the new Dr. Who? Galactica and Caprica? Heroes? Falling Skies? All the Marvel superhero movies? Have you seen the early seasons of Stargate: Atlantis, before the Carter character moved to that show?

    Perhaps you like anime? ‘Cause there’s some great stuff out there in that genre.

  4. dark-deception:

interesting

No wonder I have insomnia.

    dark-deception:

    interesting

    No wonder I have insomnia.

    (Source: lapurav1da)

  5. thefieldsofelysium asked: like, what kinda confuses me is the actual layout of the website...but then again, it's probably like how i was at first with tumblr xD

    You can do almost anything from the drop-down menus in the black menu bar near the top.

    I’m joelthecat on LJ, if you wanted to practice friending people or anything.

  6. madame-airlock:

    HOBBS: I don’t have any physical evidence

    SHARON: That’s not strictly true, she had her husband’s cell phone in her purse.

    HOBBS: Prepare the lethal injection now? Did it have a picture of beating her husband’s brains in? Because otherwise…

    SHARON: The print report from the gym shows what I thought it would.

    HOBBS: There’s nothing on the handle of the murder weapon.

    SHARON: But I think the prints that we did find could still help us make the deal.

    PROVENZA: Deal? What kind of deal? Listen they’re only offering involuntary manslaughter with probation and no time served. Are you actually considering that?

    HOBBS: It seems more reasonable than homicide since we have nothing linking Annette Raber to the murder or the planting of the iPad.

    PROVENZA: She admitted killing him, we all heard her.

    He does have a point, you know.

    (Source: damacorazondepiedra)

  7. terminallyuniqueandquirky:

    calee-francis:

    You’re right, I’m not your mother. And how do we know that? Because I’m here. I’m here, and your mother is not. And you’re gonna have to try and make the best of it. 

    Am I the only one who thinks she could have said the same thing to her squad?

    MINDBLOWN ^

    Yeppers. Major Crimes is definitely following The Closer’s two-track pattern where parallel situations exist in the workplace and the home. First Sharon took the job and the kid, even though neither one wanted her. Now she’s losing patience with them both.

    I just wish the whole show came off better. However, I recall not being all that crazy about The Closer in the early years. Maybe this will grow on me.

    (Source: i-owe-u-one)

  8. Major Crimes - Before and After

    thefieldsofelysium:

    epluribusunum21:

    shipofswank:

    I hereby resolve to not give two fucks what anyone says about this show, because it is legitimately good. Like, not even from a Mary fangirl standpoint, from which Nola and A Father’s Choice are sort of okay if you squint. It’s a good show. Haters gonna hate.

    So say we all!

    So say we all. 

    It was better this week than last week.

    Not a hater. Just disappointed and sad. Maybe the real Major Crimes could never be as good as the one that has been in our heads for months.

  9. dreaminplant:

    the most hilarious moment from today’s episode.

    Go Sharon!

    Hilarious, it was. I think it has to take second place to the scene with the social worker, though.

  10. frakthisscary mentalloop: 'Major Crimes' →

    dknooptv:

    How do all you fans of “The Closer” feel about its new incarnation? While I love seeing many of the former show’s great ensemble cast (G.W. Bailey, Raymond Cruz and Michael Paul Chan are standouts), I’m having a hard time warming to Mary McDonnell’s Capt. Raydor. Yes; the…

    I hope this happens. I really do. So far, though, I find myself more interested in what would happen to Provenza if he were to quit than in anything I’ve seen on the air.

    Although part of the time I was just totally overwhelmed by Mary’s presence and incapable of any sort of cogitation, so my reactions probably shouldn’t count.

    (Source: seattletimes.nwsource.com)