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26th-Oct-2012 07:42 am
Dave Foley (Classic)
I just woke up from a dream in which a co-worker was looking at a magazine with a picture of Tom Hiddleston. She asked who he was and I enthusiastically answered that he's an English actor who does a really funny Alan Rickman impression. She continued to look confused and I was aghast.

The thing is? I don't care about Tom Hiddleston. He seems like a nice enough fellow, but I haven't watched too many interviews with him and I'm not particularly bothered about him one way or the other. Or so I thought. It's a little worrying that this guy is infiltrating the subconscious of even the most unsuspecting members of society.

Also, haha, my subconscious. Reminding me once again of my ability to be surrounded by people who are the opposite of like-minded.
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28th-Oct-2012 04:24 am (UTC)
Exactly. It's a show that didn't have to be this good and yet somehow is. And I love Scott, he's so ridiculous and sweet and surprisingly capable and stupid at the same time. Much like the show itself, it's a strangely endearing mixture.

But seriously the best thing for me is the balance of high stakes and ridiculous camp. Like in S1 when Chris Argent is threatening Derek by washing his car windshield. Or Jackson saying, "I drive a Jaguar" all intimidatingly. Or the way Derek never walks on screen, he just appears. Or literally anything Peter Hale says. I feel like all the grownups on this show are in a contest to see who can eat the most scenery and I love it so. It's not so crazy that the show loses its emotional impact, but it is incredibly enjoyable.
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