I'm not going to come out and pretend I am different from any other person who fell for the fan favourite Eddie Munson from the most recent season of Stranger Things. I knew the actor who played him, Joseph Quinn, from the short-lived run of Dickensian.
I've already used part of this Henry Wotton quote for another Sherlock meme, but this was a different direction it could be taken. Recently I got discussing the phenomenon of interpersonal relations in the workplace (ironically, with someone whom I had not always gotten along with), and I came out confirmed in my conviction that… Continue reading Sherlock and Lord Henry Do Not Suffer Fools Gladly
Once Upon a Time--The Inimitable Jeeves A week ago I read Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse, delighted to be once again immersed in the carefree, devilishly hare-brained world of Bertram Wooster. So I thought now would be as good a time as any to post a picture I made aligning the Wicked Witch… Continue reading The Inimitable Wicked Witch
BBC's Sherlock/The Picture of Dorian Gray I'm a day late, but I thought this quote and picture set I made a while back would fit with Best Friends' Day. I got to spend the day yesterday with a great friend of mine. Whether they're your depressed artist friend, blogger/flatmate, or your archenemy/brother/"detested" relation, let your… Continue reading The Picture of Sherlock Holmes
The conflict between Rumplestiltskin and Killian Jones (a.k.a. Cpt. Hook) is a long one—several hundreds of years long, in fact. The way it began was fairly cut and dried, with Killian playing the role of the villain, and Rumple the victim. But it didn’t stay that way. When Rumple acquired the power of the Dark… Continue reading Once Upon a Time: Hook or Crocodile?
Over Christmas, I was thinking about watching some Once Upon a Time. It just feels like a Christmas sort of show. Having watched most of the series three times, "once upon a time" as a title doesn't express the half of it. I've watched it over with people just seeing it for the first time,… Continue reading Belle Banishing the Beast (and why she shouldn’t have)