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School is going well -- there are two classes where I know I'm getting A's, two others where I'm pretty sure I'm getting B's, and one class where the teacher has failed to mention that letter grades exist (he just says that we get 'credit' for everything we turn in). More details possibly to follow in my school filter.
Fandom-wise, Stargate: Atlantis ( spoilers through Season Four's 'Harmony' ). The next two episodes of Torchwood ( spoilers through 'To the Last Man' ). Then, last night, Smallville and Supernatural returned.
First off, Children in Need aired! There's New Who! Squee! So, here we go: ( spoilers for Time Crash )
Also, I watched the pilot episode of Moonlight and ( spoilers -- not squeeful )
Lastly, and more seriously, as anyone from popfandom already knows -- Lou Pearlman is a skeezy asshole who deserves to rot in prison for the rest of his life.
Most of my answers are somewhat obvious given the way I gave options, but now I shall give some elaborations (more to follow tomorrow). Fair's fair, after all, and many of you have given me 'more complicated answers in comments' so far (to which I say -- Yay!).
Oregon had extremely high winds last night, so our power went out for about three hours. Luckily, it's all on again now and I hear that the storm should pass by the time Saturday has rolled around.
Tonight, the Doctor Who episode is Fear Her. ( advance spoilers for Doctor Who 2x11 -- Fear Her )
I watched and enjoyed last week's Torchwood (Random Shoes), ( spoilers for Torchwood 1x09 -- Random Shoes )
Oh, and I've actually been watching the new Atlantis episodes as they become available for download. Didn't really feel like talking about them until this most recent one, Tao of Rodney. ( spoilers for SGA 3x14 -- Tao of Rodney )
This is a thing that I've noticed, something of a dividing line in how SGA is viewed -- there are people who see the show as darker than SG-1 and people who see the show as lighter (there are also people who don't watch SG-1, but they're in a different, non-comparison section).
I see SGA not as lighter or darker but as... more confused and less ethical/moral than SG-1.
( spoilers for the most recent episodes of the Stargates )
We had a totally full house for the premiere episodes of the season -- jic and myself, of course, and we also had vampireborg, rathanylakan, scatterglory, frostfire_17, and two RL friends of jic. It is so much fun to watch with fen.
jic and I started off the evening with an episode of Boston Legal (I love Alan Shore so much!). Then vampireborg, frostfire_17, and scatterglory arrived in time to see a second episode with us. frostfire_17 is actually the person who convinced me to give Boston Legal a try.
After that, it was time to watch the 'true science' special that was on before the premieres started. rathanylakan arrived during that, though I was too busy laughing at the things they had Amanda Tapping (who was the host) saying to note the precise time (so over the top, man).
Then, SG-1 started (jic's two RL friends arrived during the teaser, to be greeted with much shushing).
( spoilers for Stargate: SG-1 10x01 -- Flesh and Blood )
( spoilers for Stargate: Atlantis 3x01 -- No Man's Land )
After Sci-Fi Friday, we watched the premiere of Psych (which aired last Friday), as frostfire_17 expressed interest. Such a fun show, by the way. Very light-hearted and enjoyable. Lovely banter between the two leads.
All in all, a very enjoyable Friday night.
I read the SGA story that's being recced up and down (freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose), and it really made me realize how secondary my SGA love is to my SG-1 love. ( spoilers for Freedom )
The story itself is, as the recs imply, quite well-written and it delves quite deeply into Rodney's character. It's a good story. But it's not for me (just as Farscape was a very good television show, but just wasn't for me).
This is not the first time this type of story has failed to appeal to me (I have never finished reading The End of the Road, a due South story where ( spoilers for Road )). Even thinking about it makes me kinda want to throw things. And certainly not because it's a bad story.
It's not even the type of story itself -- I read angst and the getting over of angst. I'm not opposed on principle to ( spoilers for Road ) or ( spoilers for Freedom ). I've read and enjoyed stories about... well, actually, not that last one, as it's pretty specific, but about that kind of thing.
I think it's because when I read fanfiction, I like the vibe of the story to match the vibe of the show. That's part of why cesperanza's due South stuff works so well for me -- it's got the same sweet, slightly off-kilter vibe that the show has. When I'm reading fanfiction, I'm looking for more of what I love about the show, and that differs depending on the show.
Road and Freedom seem to inhabit slightly... less magical (more real?) realities than the shows themselves. And since a large part of why I love those shows is the sparkle and zing, I miss the gloss when it's stripped away.