Posted in April 2014

Rachel’s Back Up Plan

Rachel’s Back Up Plan

Two episodes left of Glee. Apparently they’re still in the process of filming next weeks episode too, talk about cutting things fine. IT pains me to say this yet again, but we had a pretty poor episode of Glee again this week. Last week’s episode was great. I loved Will and Sue’s comeback but this … Continue reading

Nintendo’s 2014 E3 Plans

Nintendo’s 2014 E3 Plans

I’ve sort of fallen in love with Nintendo again. Currently I’m playing the latest Professor Layton on the 3DS as I await Mario Golf on Friday and I can’t even put into words how excited I am for Mario Kart 8. Basically, I love Nintendo. Right in the mist of this, Nintendo inform us of their … Continue reading

Saving Greendale in Season 5 of Community

Saving Greendale in Season 5 of Community

Maybe I’ve lost my sense of humour, but I really struggled with this season of Community. I actually gave up half way through, because watching it after watching a brand new Parks & Rec was like being hugged by your favourite person, then being kicked right in the face. I made myself a promise to … Continue reading

The LEGO Fairground Mixer

The LEGO Fairground Mixer

I’m a fan of creative LEGO sets. Or many I’m just a fan of LEGO sets in general. Either way, I’m super impressed by the brand new LEGO Expert set, shown below. It’s a fair, featuring a mixer, loads of little attractions and a ton of mini-figures. From the outside, it doesn’t like up to … Continue reading

300 Episodes of Game Scoop!

300 Episodes of Game Scoop!

Lots of things hold a special place in my heart. Yesterday I said Parks and Recreation does, and today I‘m going to tell you that Game Scoop does. 8 years that video gaming podcast has been in my life, and yesterday marked its 300th episode. A great landmark for a great podcast. I’m going to be … Continue reading

Parks and Recreation is Moving Up!

Parks and Recreation is Moving Up!

Parks and Recreation is a special show. It’s a show that will always hold a special place in my heart for a number of reasons, and I only discovered at the end of last year. This weeks episode was the Season 6 finale, but to be honest, it felt more like a series finale. If … Continue reading

Uncharted on the Vita

Uncharted on the Vita

Uncharted. All the news and articles I’ve read about Uncharted so far this year have just been full of bad news. Every week we hear about another person who’s jumped of the Uncharted 4 ship. Worried? Maybe. But that’s for another day. Because today I want to talk about Uncharted Golden Abyss on the Vita. … Continue reading

Rachel Berry’s Opening Night

Rachel Berry’s Opening Night

Guys, I’ve figured it out. I’ve figured out why Glee’s been off the past few weeks. It’s the absence of Will and Sue. It’s those two, it’s always been those two. Glee felt so much better this week thanks to the return of Will and Sue as we watched Rachel deal with the stresses of … Continue reading

Amy Poehler, Much Better Than Pitbull

Amy Poehler, Much Better Than Pitbull

Season 6 of Parks and Recreation draws to a close on Thursday night. It’s been a beautiful journey, we’ve seen Leslie kicked out of office. We celebrated 100 episodes, then said goodbye to Ann and Chris. After that we found out that Leslie is with child x 3. Oh, and we also met Craig, played by Billy … Continue reading

A Tough Game of Thrones to Follow

A Tough Game of Thrones to Follow

Last weeks episode of Game of Thrones was one of my favourite ever. It had it all, including a twist so great that it’s all anyone has been talking about for the past week. Since then, I’ve been looking forward to this weeks episode. But how are you supposed to follow up one of the greatest … Continue reading

Happy Easter, I Guess

Happy Easter, I Guess

I used to have strange reasons for liking Easter. When I was little, we used to go to the same place every Easter and have a great time. As I got older, I wanted to stay at home alone, which meant I had 14 days of having the house to myself. This usually meant having friends … Continue reading