#drawallday (Taken with GifBoom)
#drawallday (Taken with GifBoom)
The First Ever Recordings of ANYTHING, recorded in a Denny’s with my buddy @darthdave
Setting out to create a podcast is, on a non-celebrity level, pretty difficult…but to really even begin I feel like I need to find friends of mine who don’t 100% agree on everything with me, which luckily I have a few. Whether it be my views on Gaming / TV / Movies and just real life, if everyone agrees it just becomes really boring, and just no real direction to go. Still have quite a lot to get together to even think I can get it started, but I know I want to keep it under the same name I’ve originally started HEROcast: Heavily Edited, Rather Offensive.
Now to only See and Hear it!!!
I just read last night that SyFy announced the 5th and Final season of Warehouse 13…but it is only going to be a six episode season. Now I will give them credit for not telling them they have a full season then cutting it short this time (Eureka), but I just feel that its a slap in the face either way. By the time the series finishes I will no longer have any reason to watch the entire channel, all programming I find interesting will be finished…even Defiance can’t hold my interest and that’s reverse Eureka, town full of idiots and the sheriff is the smartest one there.
Last night both Supernatural and Arrow had their respective season finales…both if which happened to be named sacrifice…and my god were they fantastic. I may put out full reviews of the episodes individually but right now I just want to say that tonight was an evening of near perfect television.
Sounds good to me
I’ve been seeing other blogs saying that Supernatural is finally becoming a good show again, and I personally think those people are idiots. Supernatural never became a bad show, it started as a Monster of the Week series and built on top of that to become one of the greatest series of my time (IMO at least). I even stated that I would’ve been happy with the series ending after the defeat of Lucifer and Michael, but as long as they find a way to keep upping the ante I happy. Hell we got a decade out of Smallville, why not out a decade of two demon hunting brothers, who have now tangoed with Angels and Gods?
In this season’s most recent episode, we get to see Supernatural’s way of balancing comedy with the serious…but most importantly we get to see two things. First of which is Curtis Armstrong, aka Booger from Revenge of the Nerds, playing The Metatron the scribe of the word of god, who not only has no idea of who the Winchesters are but is in love with the gods among humans, authors (his hide away is filled with endless stacks of books). Aside from this, we get to see Kevin finally all grown up. Crowley has his demons portray the Winchesters in attempt to have Kevin tell them the location of their Demon Tablet, and after tricking them into a demon’s trap he confronts Crowley and basically tells him he’s stupid (His demons were too nice). That’s all I really wanted to talk about…the episode was pretty awesome altogether…soooo…yup
Peace & Love & Dr Pepper
In all honesty this is the episode that I really would’ve been happy with skipping, especially with the Neil Gaiman episode next week and the finale the following, but it ended up being a lot more entertaining than expected. The fact that we get to see Madame Vastra, Jenny, and Strax investigate on their own for a good bit of the episode almost made me wish it was a completely Doctor-less episode, but I guess in the end they needed him for the story to continue. Overall it was a relatively normal episode, not anything special, just more of Matt Smith’s normal hilarious self and Clara being the enigma she is…