Early morning and I'm getting my ER fix. I'm nearly at the end of Season 2, and my vague recollections of watching it the first time are like a warm fuzzy blanket whilst I watch it again. I know, for example, that in a few seasons time something bad happens to... OK, a spoiler alert here, if you don't want to know what happens in a series that aired about 20 years ago, stop reading here, if there's actually anyone reading at all... So, I know that Dr Greene dies, but I can't remember how or why and I'm quite content to let it all trip along happily to it's conclusion. It's aired daily, and I guess I could find the whole series and binge watch if I wanted to, but I'm quite enjoying a daily dose of doctors. They'll be re-airing the Gilmore Girls in the same way from next week, so I'm planning on a double dose of 90s nostalgia.
MoviesOver Easter we've seen The Greatest Showman and Black Panther. Both on the same day actually, go us. The Black Panther cost us a mere £1 for 3 tickets, thanks to our mobile phone company and their freebies. Both were excellent. My Miss Little Legs had been desperate to see the Greatest Showman, as her school buddies were all over it. It didn't disappoint- can't beat a spot of Hugh J, and the songs were excellent, even if the plot moved on in some pretty big jumps rom time to time. The OST has been purchased, and it's all we're allowed to listen to in the car now. My favourite track is Never enough, and I can be heard singing it terribly and at eye watering decibels all over the house. And outside, he he he.
The Black Panther was another success, but you don't need my reviews to tell you that. Typical Marvel fare, action and japes and gags and in jokes. Plus Martin Freeman. Hurrah. Can't wait for Infinity war now.
Now I'm onto the Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. It's fabulous, really unsettling, but very fast paced. Lots of fairy tales, feisty teenage protagonist, hint of a romance. It's an easy read, but it's one I'm eager to finish, I want to know what happens in the end.