Lurky McLurklurk (ionlylurkhere) wrote,
Lurky McLurklurk
ionlylurkhere

Oh, Aaron ...

Why oh why can't Sorkin write men in love as anything except creepy possessive weirdos? That bit at the end of this last ep where Jordan turns Danny down{*} on entirely sensible grounds and he just refuses to accept it creeped me out.

It also creeps me out to know that Harriet is in fact based on Kristin Chenoweth and so basically the whole show is him having the last word on their relationship in public, to the extent that she had to give an interview where she pointed out that one of the few differences was that she unequivocally supports gay rights. That's just ... *shudder* (Sorry if you didn't know that and it bothers you like it does me, but I needed to share my pain.)

I continue to be unsurprised at its cancellation. I am now a little surprised at my continuing to watch it.

{*} I am perversely pleased that Google has confirmed my guess at the horrible smooshed up ship name for these two ("Jordanny"). Speaking of smoosh names, am I right in suspecting a fandom influence in the fact that RL celebrity gossip is now full of terms like "Brangelina" and "TomKat"?

Random LJ question that's just occurred to me: is there a place where I can see a list of all my posts along with the tags that are on them? (So that if I suddenly decide to care, I can rationalise them a bit rather than making up new ones every time I post.)
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