This is why the government didn't want it, you mug. Like you expect everyone at the NSA to deal with some cumbersome command-line interface every time they want to run a query. Stick a GUI on it with a few buttons and dropdowns if you're such a bloody genius and maybe we'll talk.
Delighted to report that Person of Interest season one resumes on Channel 5 next Sunday. Though to be honest, I didn't foresee a story arc in which Reese recovers from his shooting by spying on women from his window.
Here's a show that's been on for weeks and we haven't mentioned. Now it's off again till January. Ideal time for a review, I'd have thought. PRs take note: send me a DVD and I'll review it some time around it hitting the shelves in Oxfam.
I'd imagine so, anyway. You know, like how big fans of Peter Dinklage call themselves Peter-philes? No, they definitely do. They set up their own website and everything. Hang on, I'll look it up now. See look, here it is, and it's ... oh. Oh my.
Must say, watching all these DVDs really cuts into my watching of regular scheduled programming. I probably need another TV to put in the kitchen. Wall-mounted on a bracket, like in a Chinese restaurant. Ooh, and I could also be a front for the Triads. Wait - scratch that.
Scripted by Jonathan Nolan, forthcoming CBS thriller Person of Interest is all about an unstoppable individual who metes out vigilante justice. Sounds a bit like Batman. Starring Jim Caviezel. Didn't he play Jesus? Well, Jesus, Batman: who can tell the difference any more?