It’s August, and for me, that means it’s Back to School time. I’m a full-time student and a mom, so I’m currently caught up in finding obscure sizes of paper and lamenting the end of my free time when school starts next week. Every school year starts with the same question: What did you do over the summer? Let’s talk about what I watched this summer and what fell by the wayside. Continue reading
It’s the end and I’m not ready! I’ve invested a lot of hours into this drama, a drama that wasn’t even on my radar until Kmuse asked if I’d recap it with her. Since then, I’ve been literally on the edge of my seat watching every week while writing notes furiously. Will all our loose ends be tied up or will we be left with more questions than answers? Continue reading
Ok y’all, I’ve got major anxiety after watching this episode and I’m sure you do too. Don’t ever ask how many tense moments a drama can pack into one episode. My heart is racing and I’m not sure what just happened in Episode 12 because there’s a big plot twist coming. Continue reading
How do you find a killer when you suspect he’s one of your own? Everything changes this week as Tae Joo realizes that the killer may be closer than he thought. With our hearts in our throats, let’s talk about episode 11 of Life on Mars.
We are finally getting to the reason why Tae Joo is in 1988. The connection is deeper than his Dad’s death, it all connects back to present day, and the elusive Kim Min Seok. Now it’s time to search for the true killer, someone who seems to stay one step ahead of our gang of crime fighters.
Life on Mars really is an apt title for this show. The whole alternate reality concept is really working for me, especially as all the reasons for Tae Joo to be in 1988 start adding up. This week Kmuse and I are flip-flopping our recaps so I’ll be recapping episode 7 and she will do episode 8. Prepare for an episode that will shock you to your core.
In my best announcer voice: Ok sports, I mean drama fans, we were left with a major cliffhanger and introduced to Tae Joo’s Dad in the last episode. As usual, I feel like I’m going deeper and deeper down the rabbit trail as we discover the differences between Tae Joo’s memories and the reality of what was happening in 1988. So my burning question is this, what’s up with Tae Joo’s Dad? Continue reading
The further we get into this drama I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. I think that is what is holding my attention so far, the mix of emotions this drama makes me feel. One minute I’m on the edge of my seat wondering if all of this is real or a dream, and the next I’m laughing hysterically at the antics of the 1988 cops. Continue reading
Lately, everyone is buzzing about the Chinese drama Moonshine and Valentine aka The Love Knot: His Excellency’s First Love. I’m eighteen episodes in and the storyline keeps grabbing my attention. So let’s look at five reasons why this drama should be on your watch list. Continue reading
Life on Mars continues to bring us more questions than answers in episode 2. As Han Tae Joo struggles to find his bearings in 1988, we also get tiny hints of what is happening on the other side. Let’s talk about how Tae Joo’s adjusting to old-school crime investigation as all of us try to figure out just what is going on here. Continue reading