Where do I begin with “The Final Problem”? How about I start with a confession. I didn’t stay up for it. Despite the fact that it premiered at 7:00 instead of 9:00 and all my desires to do so, my husband’s late night at work meant that I had to wait until Monday to watch the episode. I mean sure, I could have watched it without him and pretended to be surprised when we watched it together, but only if I’d had the sociopathic skill-set of a Holmes sibling. Alas, I’m far too empathetic… and I knew I wouldn’t be able to keep spoilers to myself. Speaking of spoilers. Don’t read on if you haven’t seen the episode. Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Part 3 The Final Problem – SPOILERS” »
This blog happened to be written because of a conversation with a friend about this week’s episode of Sherlock. I came to the realization that there are two distinct kinds of people who watch Sherlock.
The Shippers, and the Solvers. Odds are you’re one of them, and odds are you’ve seen Season four’s The Lying Detective, otherwise consider this your SPOILER warning. Continue reading “Shippers and Solvers, the two kinds of Sherlock viewers” »
Last night, things on Sherlock seemed to be wrapped in such a neat little bow… until they weren’t. As with last week, read no further, unless you’ve watched season four’s second episode The Lying Detective. Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Part 2 SPOILERS Recap The Lying Detective” »
Well, after Matt Solberg sent a clarifying email and I attended one of the Q&A sessions available to volunteers, I feel like the BRA is a much more comfortable solution to the alternatives. Continue reading “Why I hope Phoenix Comicon Uses the Blue Ribbon Army: Update on Staffing Issues” »
While not all of you are local to the Southern Arizona area several of you have probably heard about Phoenix Comicon’s recent change to their requirements for volunteers. Specifically that, as several sources are describing, individuals will have to “pay to volunteer”. Well, as someone who does volunteer for the convention, here are a few things that have been left out of, or ignored in the articles that have been posted to social media (typically with rants from those frustrated by the change). Continue reading “Straightening Out Some Of Phoenix Comicon’s Volunteer Changes” »
Sherlock is back, which means one thing for certain, I’m going to be exhausted on Mondays. What’s not certain though is how much I’ll love this season. If the premiere last night was going to be any indication it’s going to be a mixed bag… filled mostly with goodies. Now if you have watched it, here’s my spoiler filled post up with details in a bit, but here’s the rundown on last night’s season four premiere The Six Thatchers. Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Season 4 Part 1 The Six Thatchers – Spoiler Free Review” »
If you haven’t seen the season four premiere of Sherlock, then may I suggest you take a look at my spoiler free review, to get an idea of what to expect from a Sherlock opener. If you have seen the episode, then read on.
Ok, if you’re sure at this point you want to read on… Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Season 4 Part 1 The Six Thatchers – SPOILERS Recap” »