Black Woman BitMoji relaxing in a recliner watching television show.

Watching No Offense tonight on AcornTV! I’m glad they made Season 2 available. I needed to laugh tonight. It was a long disappointing two days. The humor helped to clear my mind so that I could put things into perspective. This to shall pass

Dirk Gently Is Back!!!

Yasss! Dirk Gently, Holistic Detective Agency is finally back! I’ve been waiting for Season 2 on Hulu. I enjoyed the original BritVersion and this reboot is pretty good. Glad I noticed the new episodes today. It was a great break after today’s World Cup Games (still shocked about Messi). I like the quirky humor and the supernatural theme in the episodes. The show also appeals to my morbid sense of humor. Seasons 1 and 2 are now on Hulu, so enjoy. By the time you read this, I will have binge-watched half the episodes.

 

Knife Storyline: The Conclusion (EastEnders)

Well, it’s been a week since EastEnders Shakil Kazemi (Shaheen Jafargholi) and Keegan Baker (Zack Morris) were stabbed and left for dead in the Queen Vic alley. The “knife storyline” was an important story to tell. There had been an increase in knife-related injuries and deaths in the United Kingdom (U.K.) during the past few years. I was hoping that John Yorke would produce powerful episodes to help spread the message. Although the storyline started well, there were a few issues that got in the way: The Carter Family and Alfie Moon.

Excuse m…What the hel… Why they interrupt the #KnifeStoryline with this scene between Alfie & Hayley? And WTH is Alfie talking about? ? Is this the residual effect from his brain surgery in #Redwater ? #EastEnders pic.twitter.com/FwxGeIfSh6

— BovaryCee ♋??? (@BovarysComplnt) May 25, 2018

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Enjoying an evening with Chardonnay, coding, and Shetland. #100DaysofCode

I’ve enjoyed the other seasons of the show, so, of course, I was excited to hear Season 4 was streaming on BritBox. I watched all six episodes while coding a sample webpage. Some people listen to music while they code. I prefer to watch/listen to BritMystery/Crime television shows. Shetland became my favorite because I’ve traveled to Scotland a few times and love the country. I love seeing the beautiful countryside again as Perez tries to solve the crime.

The show also reminds me of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple. She said it best:

One does see so much evil in a small village… Miss Jane Marple

So, murder and crime on the Shetland Islands seem appropriate.

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