This week I shall be taking over reviewing duties from Kelly, but never fear, she shall return with her hilarious insights next week, and I will return to the abyss from whence I came (yes, The Secret Life of the American Teenager is THAT bad).
Wow, this show is beautiful, and I‘m not just talking about the photogenic actors. The cinematography is gorgeous, the landscapes of rich green pastures and desolate bog lands. When this show first started I thought it was going to be one of those shows that are so good they’re bad. And it was, to be sure. But it has actually become quite a fun, serious show. And for all of its flaws, I kinda love it.
“Three Journeys” (Season 1 Episode 6) literally had the characters branching out into three different storylines. Some took literal cross-country journeys (Merlin and the knights Gawain, Kay and Leontes headed off to Ector to fetch a library, while Guinevere and Arthur flee on horseback) while others went on more personal travels: namely, Morgan explores the weight of a confidant’s supposed betrayal. Read More...