The Ice Cream Girls - a miniseries about two women who are forced to confront each other 17 years after they were accused of murdering a school teacher
The Job Lot - a sitcom set in a busy West Midlands employment center
The Spies of Warsaw - a drama about lovers swept up in the intrigue, romance and chaos of pre-WWII Europe
Of the three, I was most unfamiliar with The Ice Cream Girls but it turned out to be the most intriguing. I had high hopes for The Job Lot because of Russell Tovey — and the fact that this follows Vicious — but it’s really not funny. David Tennant is great in The Spies of Warsaw but it’s a slow ride and requires a lot of patience.
That said, I can’t wait for Teen Wolf to come back! I need superficial American television.
I’m not a Trekkie so I’m not familiar with Star Trek characters and their respective quirks. (There was even a time not so long ago that I confused this with Star Wars since I’m unfamiliar with that as well.) The first time I saw Dr. McCoy I assumed he was a Misha Collins rip-off since he certainly acted like it. Then I found out that Karl Urban was a completely different person and bore no relation to Keith.
Anyway, I liked Into The Darkness but not as much as the 2009 one. Chris Pine’s pores are considerably smaller this time! Microdermabrasion or laser resurfacing?