i demand a spin off

Wait… didn’t Yoshinari say he wanted to do a prequel spin-off of Chariot’s school days? 

GUYS, WE HAVE TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN. WE CAN LEARN WHETHER OR NOT CHARIOT WAS ACTUALLY ADOPTED BY HOLBROOKE. MOST IMPORTANTLY, WE CAN LEARN ABOUT WHERE SHE LEARNED TO FIGHT MONSTERS. 

 Trigger, I demand you make this spin-off!

Final Thoughts on Relative Chaos

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! Also, Long Post too!!

*sigh* I understand this is a difficult time for all Ronniecoln fans (myself included). As sad as I am though, I did see it coming. However, I hope from here-on-out that fan demand will result in a spin-off series with the Casagrande’s.

I’ve always said they deserved their own TV Series even before it aired because the atmosphere and dynamics feel so unique that it’s own series would allow the environment to flesh out more.

Elephant in the room aside, I quite enjoyed it!! Of course Lori & Bobby would cry over each other, while Lincoln & Ronnie Anne have a more thick skin. But onto the real stars:

The Casagrande’s!!! Honestly, they’re a really fun and lovable bunch. But maybe I’ll save my thoughts for a brief post on them. I’m gonna say though: Cast was great, Environment was unique & realistic, Bobby knows his capitalism/marketing, also, Question of the Day?

What state do the Casagrande’s live in? It shouldn’t be too far from Michigan for sure!!

Anyways, I’ll just leave it at that. Stay tuned though!!!

what I found wrong about “Spectre” - a subjective rant

for me “Spectre” was a rollercoaster that halfway started to go only down and then crashed miserably at the end. thus I needed to write down my thoughts.

disclaimer: this rant was written just after watching “Spectre” for the first time, in the middle of the night, so it may not be too cohesive at times. 

anyway, spoilers ahead 

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When Rookie Blue ends I demand a Rookie Blue spin-off called ‘Guns & Gangs’, focusing on Steve and Gail and their work in the G&G unit (yes, Gail must go to there) and all things Peck-related (the whole family and everything it means to be in it).

Clearly, Steve and Traci and Gail and Holly are endgame in this scenario.

Wayward Daughters is the spin-off we need

When I watched Bloodlines I figured it must have been made because the CW demanded a spin off from Supernatural since they thought the show was ending and wanted to keep milking that particular cash cow and not because any of the Supernatural staff really wanted to make a spin off. Bloodlines is one of the most soulless, lazy pieces of dreck I’ve ever seen. I’m generally a fan of Andrew Dabb’s work on the show but he dropped the ball in a huge way there. Painful as-you-know dialogue that even Kripke at his worst in the first season wouldn’t write. Characters that are half-assed copy and paste jobs of Sam, Dean, Cas, and others. Plot lines for the characters lifted whole sale from the show, too. And the whole warring monster families thing had never been part of Supernatural before and hasn’t been a part of it since. Sam and Dean haven’t come back to try and take any of these big bad bosses out, even though you think they might be passingly interested in striking a blow at a bunch of monsters at once. It being their job, and all. It wasn’t an extension of the universe and characters we already knew and cared about.

Jody, Alex, and Clarie might all have a lot in common with Sam, Dean, Cas, Jo, Ellen, Krissy, Bobby, and I’m sure a bunch of other characters I’m forgetting but they’re not the exact same. They have their own unique, established voices and goals. When they talk it sounds like what real women say. Jody, because she’s a police officer, can’t just wantonly disobey the law like the brothers do so being both a hunter and police officer gives her a dilemma that Sam and Dean will never have to face.  Alex was raised by monsters verse hunters. Clarie is one of the show’s few reminders that vessels that angels (and demons for that matter) inhabit were people who had lives of their own and not just puppets for angels to use. All of their stories can be used to play with and expand on ideas that Supernatural proper either barely explored or took in a different direction than Wayward Daughters (or whatever they end up calling it if it gets made) would.

I don’t understand how any fan of the show wouldn’t be excited to see such a series get made. Plus we could hear about what Sam and Dean are up to after Supernatural ends since Jody loves the brothers like family. There could be dialogue about what they’re up to or one or both of them could drop in for a guest appearance and it wouldn’t be stupid or awkward.