Top Ten Moments: Timeless Episode 207

Episode 207 entitled, Mrs. Sherlock Holmes takes us to New York City on March 4th, 1919. Chills ran down my spine as I watched the opening scene depicting the women's march. The streets are filled with courageous suffragettes, simply chanting "Votes for Women". We see Alice Paul marching along with her fellow women, with unified … Continue reading Top Ten Moments: Timeless Episode 207

Top Ten Moments: Timeless Season 2 Episode 3

Holy Moly Hollywoodland. I mean where do I even begin? I've had to spend the last week and a half just trying to sort out my feelings regarding this episode. I've gone back and forth with conspiracy theories completely contradicting myself from one moment to the next. This episode was packed with amazing moments and … Continue reading Top Ten Moments: Timeless Season 2 Episode 3

Outlander Episode 313: Eye of the Storm

***sighs deeply*** Well folks it has begun, droughtlander is upon us. After the finale I felt like I just had to let everything sink in and be absorbed. I also needed to eat my feelings a bit and seeing how it is indeed Christmas time, there was a convenient amount of chocolate fudge at my … Continue reading Outlander Episode 313: Eye of the Storm

Printshop? What Printshop? Take me to the whore house!

Everyone is like "Oh my gosh I can't wait for the print shop!" "The reunion is going to be all kinds of amazing!" "Do you think Jamie will faint as gracefully as described in the book?" "The looks on Jamie and Claire's faces when they see each other is going to break my heart!"  And … Continue reading Printshop? What Printshop? Take me to the whore house!

My Favorite Episode of Outlander: and why that will never change

My favorite part of a story is when we first meet the main character. Every character comes with a backstory and the back story is interesting in and of it’s self. What I love about first meeting a character is that we (as the reader or viewer) know that this is where the REAL story … Continue reading My Favorite Episode of Outlander: and why that will never change