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[Satire] Missing persons case opened after ‘Sherlock’ writer vanishes up his own arse

[Satire] Missing persons case opened after ‘Sherlock’ writer vanishes up his own arse
[Satire] Missing persons case opened after ‘Sherlock’ writer vanishes up his own arse

is this Stephen Moffat? I stopped watching Doctor Who a long while back because of his method of throwing a hundred different plot points against the wall to see what stuck.

edit: My inbox, RIP in peace....

edit edit: people it's a joke, i know what requiescat in pace means.

Betty White turns 95 today!

Betty White turns 95 today!
Betty White turns 95 today!

Every time I see Betty White's name in a headline, my heart stops until I finish reading it and confirm that it's not saying that she died.

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Regular Show ending scene

Regular Show ending scene

I never really watched this show, but in hindsight, maybe I should. Mad props to the writers for finishing a kids show with a satisfying conclusion. It looks like they weren't afraid to make their audience of kids (and young adults) care about the characters, develop them, and see where they ended up.

Curb Your Enthusiasm - Greg the Flamboyant Kid

Curb Your Enthusiasm - Greg the Flamboyant Kid

My favorite scene in this entire show was when he congratulated the guy on the size of his kid's penis. Just so wrong, so cringey and so funny.

Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low - BBC News

Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low - BBC News
Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low - BBC News

However, viewing figures will be higher when on-demand services are taken into account.

I think it's important to take note of that sentence before drawing conclusions. For example i didn't watch it on BBC 1 last night but will be watching it on BBC iPlayer tonight.

Sherlock: how the TV phenomenon became an annoying parody of itself

Sherlock: how the TV phenomenon became an annoying parody of itself

It's Moffat. He writes these ridiculously outlandish, often blatantly paper thin stories and then expects us to have our minds blown when the reveal is 'save him from himself' or 'Clara was there the entire time'. It honestly feels like he doesn't do any work beyond the first draft where he writes himself into a corner with grand plots and then solves them with piss weak hackneyed solutions.

I haven't watched dr who since The first episode of capaldi because Moffat had just ruined it for me. Hopefully Chibnall will do great things

Better Call Saul to premiere season 3 on April 10

Better Call Saul to premiere season 3 on April 10
Better Call Saul to premiere season 3 on April 10

My personal favorite show at the moment. Michael McKean is so incredibly good on this show. It is so easy to relate to his mental illness and sympathize with him while at the same time being so angry at his sanctimonious condescension towards Jimmy and his overall selfishness. A really, really rich character study

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