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Caya

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  1. Exactly. Works surprisingly well with the boys, especially circa S1. John: You saved me. I owe you my life. Sherlock: No thanks. I’ve seen it and I’m not very impressed.
  2. Husband and I have been watching Galavant lately, and while it's more than just a little bit silly, damn it Alan Menken definitely hasn't lost his gift for catchy tunes. eta: This here is the title song - I just hesitated to use that one because it gives a bit of a wrong impression about the show, which goes on to gleefully send up all those cliches. Still, catchy tune.
  3. Don't know where else to put this ... have you come across the Incorrect Quotes Generator? https://incorrect-quotes-generator.neocities.org/ . Add character(s) of your choice and press Generate Prompt.
  4. That tune is quite catchy, admittedly. While I suspect that Pietro's actor was stunt casting / trolling, you have an excellent point about that missing witness. I forgot about that plot point already.
  5. I really liked that there was no Mephisto or Chthon or whoever behind Agatha, that she wasn't somebody's puppet but motivated by her own lust for power. And yeah, that scene when the Hex kept closing in, that was .
  6. I'd kinda love, though, if everyone was searching for the Big Bad Mephisto behind Agatha and then it'd turn out, no, there's nothing there, she was the one pulling the strings all along. But I admit I have a fondness for female villains.
  7. I don't know about the US market, but there's a German site called werstreamt.es (meaning whostreams.it) and I don't doubt there are others too, which lists movies, series etc. and tells you where to get them (streaming service and/or DVD). I find that one a lot more helpful than Prime in particular (which I practically never use to be honest, we mostly got that one for the free shipping and, oh yeah they offer some movies too I guess). Hopefully there's a similar site for your area too.
  8. Exactly - it's more like a fat stack of virtual DVDs, sorted by categories. Same's true, btw, for Netflix and Amazon Prime, only in those cases it's less neatly organized.
  9. Dunno, I signed up for Disney+ on a lark last year when it was just 50 bucks/year (shortly before Corona hit, no doubt they came to regret giving it away so cheap) and I feel like we easily had our money's worth from it. It's more than just one channel, btw, Carol - husband watches Marvel (and I occasionally join him there, like with WandaVision) and Star Wars, I love National Geographic so much, and every now and then we even watch Disney/Pixar (Soul, btw, was great). Back to WandaVision, still no Ralph in sight - you might be onto something, Artemis.
  10. Hi Kathleen and welcome to the forum! Is this in the books as well? I know that Sherlock Sherlock says it in S2E1, during the final confrontation with Irene Adler. Maybe it's in the original Scandal in Bohemia, too?
  11. Good point! And she did say to Vision that whoever knocked wasn't her doing, and I think that was a honest statement.
  12. Yeah, definitely didn't see that coming, though it makes sense in hindsight. I mean, while she's at creating her suburban fantasy, might as well go all the way.
  13. Er, aren't those ffp2/3 masks (though I think they're called N95 in the US) supposed to filter dust particles?
  14. Husband and I sure do. Had a bit of a "wtf?" reaction to the first few episodes, but it's shaping up nicely imo. And the actors are doing an amazing job.
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