The Originals 1x17 Moon Over Bourbon Street

I really don't know what to say about this episode, because it was kinda boring. And I don't really think that had anything to do with Rebekah being gone.

I suppose some would find the various paranormal factors coming together or trying to come together for some kind of peace interesting, but I have little interest in watching paranormal CSPAN I guess that would be PCSPAN. And coming up with that was more fun for me than anything in the episode itself was.

Meaning, and it's probably needless to say at this point, but I don't think this was a great (or even good) episode to have right before a month(ish) long break.

Supernatural 9x16 Blade Runners


Seriously, after the first watch I tried watching this one again and fell asleep five minutes in.

However, as I mentioned I found The Originals episode boring this week, what I didn't mention was that despite Alison being back and telling her story I kinda found this weeks Pretty Little Liars episode boring (not as boring as The Originals and Supernatural, but more boring than I expected it to be), and so as I was watching this one the first time I started to wonder if it was maybe just me and my mood. It wasn't because I went on to watch one more thing after this and wasn't bored with it.

Still it was weird until I realized at this point Supernatural is doing more recycling than a hard-core environmentalist and that just doesn't make for interesting TV to me. And I also realized that's not just a Carver thing, because Gamble did her far share of that, as well (giving Cass some Sam stuff) though I think Carver has taken it to a whole 'nother level - a refried beans level, if you will. But seriously show could we maybe pull something new out of our asses, because retelling the same story with a different character is just boring, especially if you're not at least going to have the characters bond over a shared experience.

On the plus side, at least this week I didn't spend the hour dodging the anvils that suddenly started falling through my ceiling like last week. So that's something, I suppose.