Musings on an English Degree

Tag: tv

Why Mrs. Mosby is Going to Die

It’s long been rumored that the future Mrs. Mosby is actually the late Mrs. Mosby. It’s also a gut feeling I’ve had for a long time. Somehow, it’s always made sense to me that she died sometime before the beginning of season one. Why else would Ted feel the need to sit his kids down […]

Chromecast is Hilarity

Last week Google announced their Chromecast and the little, revolutionary device sold out in about two hours by my estimate. Not bad. I was fortunate enough to get my order in right before Amazon sold out (I opted for SuperSaver shipping, so it arrived yesterday). After having the device and playing with it for a day, […]

This is Life, Living Alone

I am starting to have an unhealthy obsession with This Old House. I just want to keep watching to see how the houses look when they’re completed. Adding PBS on demand to my NES XBMC was both the best and worst decision of this week. On an unrelated note, Marley has a new friend:  Also, I cooked […]


Guys, I need to share something with you. I originally saw the trailer for this a few months back and pushed it to the back burner because nothing else was out yet. And then forgot about it. Yesterday, I rediscovered it and found out that their already on episode 14 and this makes me wonder […]

Why Today was Oddly Awesome

So I’m sure I’ve made it clear, but to reiterate, I’m a big Song of Ice and Fire series fan. So naturally, when I heard two girls in the 8th form saying things like “Winter is coming” and “Family, Duty, Honor”, I perked up. Turns out, the two girls are in the middle of reading […]

The One Where I Talk About Television

Just because I stopped trying to write about television, doesn’t mean I stopped watching it. I still follow a slightly unhealthy amount of shows (HIMYM, TBBT, The Office, Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Community, Mad Men, and Game of Thrones). Here are some thoughts I’ve had lately. Has CBS forgotten about Ted? Call […]