I just realized that “pun intended” is a pun on “unintended” and I’m literally about to gouge my eyes out I’m so angry
sooooo Star Trek, to use my new favorite expression, taught to me recently by one of my top favorite people: it was a real sausage fest
Omg of course today would be the day I had to visit the potash mine and I’m sick and dizzy as hell
Whyyyy I really hope I get to go home when I get back
So last night I was feeling really hot and cold - which apparently turned out to be a fever because I woke up this morning with a really sore throat and a lost voice
today is going to suck ass
Just watched the first episode of Single Father
Tennant is just beautiful in it
BUT THIS SHOW IS DESIGNED TO MAKE YOU CRY
;___________; UGH SO MANY FEELS
eeeeeeee rewatching Star Trek 2009 right now
and I’m going to see Into Darkness tomorrow
I’M SO FLIPPING EXCITED
And i keep seeing all these posts about it but I can’t click them
IT’S PAINFUL I TELL YOU
Okay so as I was drifting off to sleep, I realized why the ninth season of the office wasn’t exactly my favourite. Yes it was the last season so it’s full of good byes but that wasn’t it
it really pissed me off when this Brian guy showed up to be Pam’s knight in shining armour. but it wasn’t just him
you know how Jim looks to the camera to see if we are watching? That’s what connected me to the show, it invited us, the audience, to be part of their lives by having the looks to the camera
but when Brian showed up (even though he was always there) when Pam spoke directly to him, or when the characters bought the camera crew in, it broke the connection I had with the show, with the characters. It reminded me that they were speaking to a camera crew the whole time, not me.
It removed me as a viewer from the show by giving the crew their own characters even though, yes they have been apart of the show the whole time, they deserve to be recognized.
Unless I’m able to pretend I’m one of the crew members, but I just don’t feel the same connection with them as I do with the office characters. I got to know the people through the camera lens not the people behind it.
I do like how they ended the show however, by bringing back to the fact that it was a documentary being filmed for nine years. Bringing the show back to what it started out to be. That is pretty clever.
I wouldn’t change any part of the show. :)