Fellow fans, we only have 5 episodes for our story arc to get it together. I have to admit that episode 10 was a bit of a struggle plot-wise. Steamy kisses and searing glances can’t hold a drama together for long, so I hope the writers up their game a little bit. We’ve brought in Auntie, our second leads are at a critical point, and our female lead has run away in a quite boring show of noble idiocy, but she’s already been discovered by Doom. These steps are happening awful early, and I hope this doesn’t mean the writers are going to give us a lot of fluff and filler in the last few episodes.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.
DOUBLE AMNESIA!?!?! Pwahahaha. No need to cry. After two episodes of our puppy lovers separated and miserable, I was ready for a reset anyway. Shopping King Louie spread the romance thin this week. But the last 30 seconds are the light at the end of the tunnel. Continue reading
It’s Captain Yeon Joo to the rescue!!! Again. She is the only person left that can save both her father and her husband. Oh, yeah, and probably the fabric of reality too. When the bad guy is in control of the world you live in, what do you do? You lock up the instrument of his destruction. Continue reading