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In the twenty-fourth and final episode of Steins;Gate, Okabe chose hope in the end. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to finish Steins;Gate.
In the fourth episode of the third season of Alias, there are too many tense scenes in this script! Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Alias.
In the eighth episode of the second season of Person of Interest, this is one of the strangest things this show has ever done, and I LOVED IT. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Person of Interest.
Hello, friends! I write this post in the hopes to not only inform you about what 2015 will look like for the Mark Does Stuff universe, but to explain a bit about what’s going on with me. This post will … Continue reading
After much secret plotting, I’m happy to reveal the first batch of tour dates for the year of 2015. This is not a complete list. I am still plotting tours around EnCon, WorldCon, and GeekyCon, and I hope to hit practically … Continue reading
MORE TIME TRAVEL. AND IT WAS EVEN BETTER THAN THE LAST TIME. Oh my god.
Today’s commission is from Kristin, who so brilliantly asked me to rewatch “Out of Gas.” I’d actually not seen this since I watched it way back in 2010, so this was a treat, y’all. It’s still one of my favorite episodes … Continue reading
Oh god, The Hunger Games is a movie now, and I saw it, and it happened and I am completely and utterly overwhelmed by everything please help me.
In the thirteenth episode of the third season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Xander copes with being left out of the Scoobies’ current adventure by…well, it’s sort of hard to describe. If you’re intrigued by that, then it’s time for … Continue reading
In the two aired series of Luther, a psychological cop drama rapidly becomes more and more unlike any police procedural ever written. Intrigued? Then you should watch Luther.