The two-part arcs continue in full throttle with this week’s episode, a highly-anticipated story for fans ever since it was announced that Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams would be guest-starring. While we don’t see her stray too far from her Arya character in the other series, “The Girl Who Died” certainly does some intriguing things and sets things up rather brilliantly for a wildly-different part-two episode next week.
WARNING: What you’re about to read contains spoilers about this episode and possibly other episodes/seasons of Doctor Who. Proceed at your own risk/reward!
So this is not a Merlin recap. Sorry if you clicked on this expecting a recap of the latest episode.
While traversing the information super-highways this week, I happened upon the Sy-Fy website. Now this important because I watch Merlin on the Canadian channel Space owing to the fact I live in Canada, and Merlin has aired continuously since bowing in January. But what I didn’t know is that Sy-Fy is holding on to the finally five Merlin episodes until May, so while I’ve been merrily continuing on spoiler-filled recaps for the past three weeks, I was blissfully unaware that our American friends had not yet seen the episodes.
So for the benefit of all fans, I’ve decided to wait until Sy-Fy airs “Diamond of the Day” Parts 1 and 2 before recapping them. Now the episodes themselves have been in the internet ether since season 5 of Merlin debit last fall on the BBC, so if you want to find out how Merlin ends badly enough, it’s not going to be that hard for you, these are the times we live and I get it. But since I think the purpose of a recap is meant for the enjoyment of all who’ve seen a given episode, and since there are still many who insist on sitting in front of their TV to catch that new episode on the day and time it premieres, it seems to me better to wait till all fans have been able to see the show to recap.
So see in May Merlin fans for the series epic conclusion. Will Merlin’s secret be revealed to all? Will Morgana and Mordred have their revenge? Will destiny be met or defeated? See you in a few weeks for the answers.
Unless you’ve been in a coma recently (rimshot), you’re likely aware that the first episode of AMC’s highly anticipated TV show, “The Walking Dead” leaked online earlier this week. The drama, based upon Robert Kirkman’s wildly popular comics about a small band of humans’ survival tactics against a nationwide zombie epidemic, was scheduled to debut this Sunday on Halloween. However, at this point, half the interwebz already has downloaded it. Us, included.
I don’t know about you but I am a HUGE fan of ABC’s Lost. I never thought I would be able to get into it but a visit to my mother’s house in Ft. Lauderdale, FL changed my mind. She made me watch it and it was an obsession after that. It is such a thrilling and mind boggling show that it actually forces you to concentrate and think. It’s a mind workout every time an episode begins and is continuously turning the gears in your head the entire show and after it ends! And its something you talk about for days after. Well, If you’re an obsessed Lost fan like myself, I’m sure you will enjoy some art inspired by Lost. Check it out….