Day 01 - A show that should have never been cancelled
Day 02 - A show that you wish more people were watching
Day 03 - Your favorite new show (aired this t.v. season)
Day 04 - Your favorite show ever
Day 05 - A show you hate
Day 06 - Favorite episode of your favorite t.v show
Day 07 - Least favorite episode of your favorite t.v show
Day 08 - A show everyone should watch
Day 09 - Best scene ever
Day 10 - A show you thought you wouldn’t like but ended up loving
Day 11 - A show that disappointed you
Day 12 - An episode you’ve watched more than 5 times
Day 13 - Favorite childhood show
Day 14 - Favorite male character
Day 15 - Favorite female character
Day 16 - Your guilty pleasure show
Day 17 - Favorite mini series
Day 18 - Favorite title sequence
Day 19 - Best t.v show cast
Day 20 - Favorite kiss
Day 21 - Favorite ship
Day 22 - Favorite series finale
Day 23 - Most annoying character
Day 24 - Best quote
Day 25 - A show you plan on watching (old or new)
Day 26 - OMG WTF? Season finale
Day 27 - Best pilot episode
Day 28 - First t.v show obsession
Day 29 - Current t.v show obsession
Day 30 - Saddest character deathDay 26 - OMG WTF? Season finaleLife on Mars
2.08, without a doubt.
Okay, so, for once, I'm going to concentrate on the good
things about LoM 2.08, because I figure you've all heard me yap on at length about the bad, and really, there were good things, there really were.
1. Emotion --- there's no denying that this episode makes you feel. What you feel depends on many factors, but it evokes strong emotions. I cried crazy amounts at the end of the series. CRAZY AMOUNTS. I literally had sobbing sessions over days (I was a little overinvested, I admit that.)
2. Surprise and Awe --- I never genuinely believed Sam would stay/go back to 1973. I felt, emotionally, that he should
(Sam/Gene OTP 4eva, yo), but logically I knew he shouldn't.
Turned out, of course, that logic didn't come into it.
So, it really shocked me when the episode unfolded the way it did. I was on tenterhooks, the tips of my toes, perched on my chair, in complete and utter compulsion.
3. Resolution --- there may be myriad questions left, but there's also a very real resolution to the central conflict of the show: Sam going home. Sam goes home, in the end. Home just wasn't where he thought it was when he first asked the question.(The runner up, of course, has to be ALL of the Dexter season finales, and a few of the Psych ones too.)