February 24th, 2008

caught up with SGA

up to Midway. We've been having quiet days as of late, and I hadn't watched anything after 'This Mortal Coil', so I've just watched seven eps in a row.

(you know I'm procrastinating HARD when I do stuff like this, but I'm in the final stage of revising my BA thesis (the theoretical part) and it hurts my brain. I was DONE with this text, and now I have to go through it again and again.)

Anyways. I've decided I'm not in love with this show anymore (I stared falling out of love in the s2, now it's... meh), but I still enjoy little things. 'Colonel. Colonels. Colonel. Colonels. Seriously?' And Teal'c, Heee.

Poll time!

Jennifer and?

Ronon
9(69.2%)
Rodney
1(7.7%)
Sam
0(0.0%)

Teal'c to join the Atlantis for realz

Y
2(14.3%)
N
4(28.6%)
HELL YES
8(57.1%)

John's brother looks like Major Lorne

Y
2(15.4%)
Y
0(0.0%)
Y
0(0.0%)
OMG YES
1(7.7%)
Who's Lorne?
0(0.0%)
John has a brother?
1(7.7%)
I can has John and Major Lorne?
4(30.8%)


In other news, Polish TV doesn't do the Oscars coverage on any of the public stations, or cable, or satellite stations that I get (and I do get lots). Which will make it the first Oscars night I won't be watching since 1997. WOE.
Shut up, I do love the Oscars.

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So, revising the part about preconceived notions, schema theory, metacognitive knowledge and cultural background...

Anyways, this leads me to my question. What was the occasion when you guessed exactly where the plot of a book/movie/tv show is going? Discovered the murderer? Had that OMG-I-Know-Where-It's-Going moment?

Share. Gloat. Laugh. Tell me :)

And yes, everybody called Remus Lupin. PLEASE.