Tuesday, February 22, 2011

ANNOUNCEMENT: New schedule =D

Sorry for not posting for the past week. Unfortunately I have been and will be very busy for the rest of the unforeseeable future. I hope that made sense. o-o Anyway, I will now be posting only once a week on a random day (when I have time). I will not however be posting an entry for the rest of this week.
Thanks for understanding,

and keep watching, don't wait.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Glee: Comeback [Review]

As the thirteenth episode in the second season, I really enjoyed it. 

Warning: Spoilers below

Sure, the storyline flowed, the dialog was brilliant and Sue's usual antics and tantrums were hilarious to watch, but I want to focus on the music in this episode. 

I laughed when I saw the rendition of Justin Bieber's "Baby" and "Somebody to Love". The Glee boy's outfits were just funny, how they copied Bieber's hair and style. Although I'm not personally a fan of his music, I have to say that the performance was at least pleasant and funny. 

"I Know What Boys Like" by The Waitresses was covered by Lauren Zizes played by Ashley Fink. Honestly, I didn't like her singing. It reminded my of my sister's boring and horrible monotone voice. I noticed that they tried to cover it by using good sounding background singers. It didn't work. UPDATE: Now that I've heard the original version of this song, I can now officially say that Glee's version is WAY better. See for yourself.

Finally, "Sing" by My Chemical Romance was played and let me just say first, that I do not like that band. My sister is obsessed with it and plays their CD everyday. For me, that's really annoying and I just can't help but hate it. However, somehow listening to Glee's version made it sound more appealing (to me, anyway).It's just catchy when they sing it, I don't know. I was confused by their outfits though; "Why are they dressed like lumberjacks?" My sister even questioned it.

Anyway, it was a pretty good episode overall, I recommend that you watch it if you haven't already.

It's 7 minutes past bedtime, I say watch, don't wait.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Are there too many clichés?

Today, I was watching TV and I noticed that the family on the show I was watching was familiar. I have never seen the show before, but it was a concept that wasn't new; a wacky younger brother, a smart sarcastic middle sister, and a dim-witted older sister. Not all TV shows are exactly like this but most family television programs usually have at least one of these characters, if not all.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Glee: The Sue Sylvester Shuffle [Review]

Sunday's episode of Glee was pretty awesome. Not only did it feature good music, but it also had great choreography and plot as you would expect from this show.
Warning: This post may contain spoilers.

Friday, February 4, 2011

The Big Bang Theory: The Thespian Catalyst [Recap]

I always enjoy watching The Big Bang Theory for it's humor and wacky characters, and this week is no different.
Warning: There are spoilers below. Also, if you have not watched the show before you may be confused.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

ANNOUNCEMENT: 2/2/11 - 2/4/11

Due to the holidays (Chinese New Year) and my newest (unrelated to this blog) project, I won't be able to post from 2/2/11 to 2/4/11, or until Friday.

Even though I won't be here, my motto is still "watch, don't wait."

Being Human: Some Thing to Watch Over Me [Review]

The third episode of Being Human last night on th SyFy channel was interesting.
I've noticed that at the end of every episode (or maybe just this one) most issues are resolved. I'm not talking about their long term problems like being a ghost, or having a narrow minded vampire "family". I'm talking about the problems that appear and gets solved within each episode.