Hey there kids! I almost forgot to give you this week’s review of the awesome and fabulous TeeVee show Being Human on the Syfy Channel. As you may remember, I am now writing a review/recap of this badass show for Forces of Geek, the totally rad and cool online magazine.
I am trying to put together other stuff for them, but for now, if you wanna read something besides a dumb blog post with haikus or be misdirected here in your search for porn, this is where you’ll have to find it. I had something else in mind for today, but it just didn’t happen, so I’m hoping that this weekend, in addition to a recipe for cereal, you will get an update on The Quilt That Almost Wasn’t. In the meantime, please enjoy my brilliant and pithy thoughts on this week’s episode of Being Human……..
This was a more subdued episode than the season opener, much of it focusing on the changes the characters now face with their new reality: Josh is now human, but his girlfriend remains a werewolf. Will he pop the question? Aidan has come back to a world almost vampire-free, with gangs of werewolves roaming the streets and every meal is iffy. Sally can now live as a vibrant young woman, but has been warned to have no contact with people who knew her before she died. She brought her pals Stevie and Nick with her, so their bodies also had to be dug up and reanimated so Sally didn’t have to share hers.
At the start of this episode, we see that Sally is feeling like her old self again and seeing her in clothes she borrowed from Nora is a nice change. Aidan has found a cooler in the wrecked van containing just enough blood to get him upright.
When Aidan finds out that his pals have been messing with witchcraft in his absence, he shakes his head and gives them dire warnings about the consequences. Bummer he wasn’t around to warn them before all of this went down, but what fun would that have been? Aidan can really be a buzzkill.
Please read the rest at Forces Of Geek dot com HERE