- July 1983
- March 1975
- January 1983
- December 1982
- November 1964
- May 1964
- November 1983
Really enjoyed the article in the November 1983 issue about restoring the Last Supper and what the restoration revealed.
The Uncommon Reader – Alan Bennett
This is an interesting little book. It involves the Queen finding a travelling library on her back lawn, and how she becomes so interested in books that she starts ignoring her other jobs.
My Life With Bob – Pamela Paul
It’s so nice to find someone else who keeps a log of every book she reads. Mine is on my computer (simply because writing can be painful with fibromyalgia) and I keep list along with whether I finished it and whether I liked it or not. This was a great travel through the books and experiences that shaped her life.
3×3 A Dish Best Served Cold
3×4 One Night Stand
3×5 El Cucuy (the look of shock on Renard, Nick and Hank’s faces as they find out the scary monster Wesen is a little old lady is PRICELESS)
3×6 Stories We Tell Our Young
3×7 Cold Blooded
3×8 Twelve Days of Krampus
3×9 Red Menace
1×8 The Book of Revelations (Well, we knew Gambi’s secret had to come out at SOME point)
1×9 The Book of Little Black Lies (Mum and I have decided that Anissa is the most intelligent person on this show).
Agents of Shield
1×1 Pilot (Lola is awesome and so is Maria Hill)
1×2 084 (Melinda May is also awesome)
3×13 Attack on Gorilla City
15×19 The Numerical Limit (I feel since the last episode they’ve really upped the game. The show is good again)
8×16 Old Tricks (Always know it’s coming, but I still always cry when I see Hetty get Owen Granger’s letter and the special credit at the end of the show)
8×17 Queen Pin
8×19 767 (Let’s be honest, Cheryl is the real hero of the episode)
8×20 From Havana With Love
6×9 Ninety Degrees (I love Marlo and how she’s progressed through the show. Her comments on mental illness were spot on).
6x10 Breaking Up The Band
6×11 Epiphanies –
I’m going to miss this show, because Gail was my favourite character. I was annoyed that they took Holly away – that would have made the last season perfect. So glad Oliver still has Celery – she’s so good for him. I loved Gail in the final scene, standing up the front like Oliver’s enforcer.
I still find it interesting that every single character has progressed throughout the series…except Andy McNally. She showed in the last two episodes that she’s exactly the same as in the pilot. Everyone else (including Duncan/Gerald) has progressed.
So…big thumbs up to training boss Gail and her place as Oliver’s right hand-woman (guns and shoes!), but big thumbs down for dropping Holly out of the show. Not going to forgive for that one, showrunners.