I can’t lie, those “future Doctor” ideas seemed absolutely ridiculous to me.
Kinja these days almost seems like a perverse experiment in designing a communication tool which actively discourages people from using it to communicate.
It perhaps doesn’t help that Ben Platt, to be frank, has a kind of Art Garfunkel-esque middle-aged vibe to him. .
I mean, I do have issues with myself, but I’m not sure what your point is. I have no problem with Elvira coming out or people celebrating their shared sexual orientation with a favourite celebrity whatsoever (or LGBTQ+ people in general, since that’s what you seem to be rather passive-aggressively implying), it’s… Read more
Just to be clear, I begrudge no one their feelings of solidarity or happiness for learning that a beloved celebrity belongs to the same community as they do, and I wish Elvira and her partner nothing but well. Read more
“Written for the screen” presumably just means that Coen has adapted Shakespeare’s words and directions for filming. I’d be surprised if it wasn’t at least 90% Shakespeare’s words and plot, but since it was originally intended for the stage Coen has presumably just reworked it as necessary to suit the different… Read more
Surely we should be calling it “the Scottish Play”?
In fairness, it seems like when people are saying “most Emmy losses” in this case, the “of the shows that have actually been nominated for one” part can be implicitly assumed.
Oh, how quickly they forget Garbage Day Man.
I love this guy so much.
Honestly, as a slight aside, Harmon’s “story circle” just seems like pretty much every single other Hollywood-style storytelling formula that’s vaguely ripped off from the Hero’s Journey but given a few individual tweaks. They’re all just vague enough to enable any kind of story to be twisted to fit them if you try… Read more
Honestly, I’m not a big fan of the way Harley Quinn has been overexposed generally in recent years. She’s always been a character who works best in small doses IMO.
Tom, have to say, it’s been a pleasure following this column. I’ve been looking forward to it every second week. It’s gonna be hard to find something equally interesting to fill the gap that this’ll leave.