Kelinci Hutan
Sorry for being late. Last weekend was a killer with work and I was exhausted. But I finally dusted off my round tuit and so here we go. I have heard two things about these episodes before I watch them. One, that the wise men show up at the manger. Two, that satan looks like Obama.

...My mixed feelings on this show remain mixed.

Survival )

Hope )

Episodes I and II
Episodes III and IV
 
 
Mood: tired
Location: Ivy Manor
 
 
Kelinci Hutan
Oh, yes, there is more.

Homeland )

Kingdom )

Welp, we're all caught up now. Next installments to come on Monday or Tuesday, folks!

Episodes I and II

Episodes V and VI
 
 
Location: Ivy Manor
Mood: amused
Music: "Don't You Worry Child" by Swedish House Mafia
 
 
Kelinci Hutan
My original feeling was that I wasn't going to watch this series. At all. But then my boss told me it was actually good and in the spirit of fair play, I have decided to give it a shot.

It took me all of about six seconds to decide I wanted to keep a record of my thoughts as I watched. This commentary is kept in the style of the now defunct FringeDweller's Guide commentaries, where I'm simply going to post whatever I had to say and let the reader figure out on their own what it goes to.

So, here we go.

In The Beginning )

Exodus )

Okay, first two episodes. Overall, mega-cheese with a side order of cheese. But not as bad as I was afraid. Keith David as narrator is seriously weirding me out, though. And I knew they'd have to condense things, but this is a super-fast-forwarded version of the Bible.

Episodes III and IV
Episodes V and VI
 
 
Music: "I Will Wait" by Mumford & Sons
Location: Ivy Manor
Mood: nerdy