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This week's big DVD release is Falling Skies! What do you mean you already know? This DVD weekly isn't THAT late. Oh, you ordered it on Monday and it has already arrived? Ok, yeah, this is pretty late.
Covert Affairs: like a cross between 24 and 90210. Wait a second ... multiply one by the other and you get 2,165,040. Somewhere within that number lies the meaning of existence, doesn't it? Doesn't it?
(*covers bedroom walls with scribbled calculations, causing alarm to friends and family*)
Hell, I'd be in an Entou-rage
if I couldn't get my hands on Entourage season eight. Yeah, let's face it, I can't write poster quotes.
Hey, it's that thing about the girl who's in love with a vampire. No, no - the OTHER thing. Nope - not that one either. The OTH - oh, just read the title.
Just in case it wasn't clear, we quite like this show.
"It's no Mad Men" may be the greatest single understatement I'm ever likely to make. This is why you come here - for hard-hitting and precise critiques.
Sure, I know the Skins. What, you think I'm too old to enjoy E4? Listen, I once downloaded a Professor Green song. They call them songs, right, the hip-hoppers? Not jams or joints or whatever?
Not receiving the preview DVD you were expecting is pretty low on anyone's list of first-world problems, but still I've managed to base this DVD review of Titanic on an episode and a bit that I caught between Aviva adverts on the ITV Player. The result being: it's far more judgemental and far less well-informed.
There's only one DVD this week that's worth talking about, and it's worth talking about at length. Won't you join me?
Sometimes you have to wait 16 years to be reminded just why you love television so much, and sometimes you have to wait a week to be reminded why occasionally you don't.