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Miraculous

I had my doubts. After losing Owen and Ianto (not to mention Tosh), I wondered if Torchwood could come back engaging and strong. Torchwood: Miracle Day alleviates my concerns and has me positively giddy at Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper’s reunion. Throw in some Mekhi Phifer, and all is good with the world. Well, except for the whole “not able to die” thing. My first observation from the premiere…

Summer of Death

Harper’s Island wrapped up its murderous spree last night. By its very nature, there were to be many, many, many deaths. Todd kind of got me thinking about the show a lot, and after looping episodes 1-11 all week, I pretty much figured it would end like it did. Well, not exactly how it did, but close enough. Nonetheless, I think I actually shouted, “You bastard!!” at the screen. Summer…

Drained

Oh god. I feel like I have been put through the wringer. Day Five was just harrowing, and heartbreaking, and unthinkable. I never thought that after Day Four I could feel any more drained, but this did it. I just started Day One again to marathon the series, and I had completely forgotten about major things. I feel like my brain has just been dragged into a stupor by my…

Paging Denna

I was going to wait until Torchwood: Children of Earth had finished before posting about it, but I just have to beg the universe to undo something. I won’t say just what, but anyone who watches Day Four will understand. My greatest hope (which combines fandoms) is that Captain Jack Harkness channels the powers of the Mord-Sith at the end of the episode. Sadly, I don’t think this is the…