Monday, September 24, 2012

I'm So Excited I Just Can't Hide It!

Well, if you didn't see my post over the weekend about my first review of All Fall Down and your chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card, scroll down and look at it  I mean, who couldn't use a gift card right?  And plus, it was a great review.  Thanks, Debra!

And if you know me, you know I've been looking forward to tonight since last May.  We have the season premiere of my two favorite shows---Hawaii Five-O and Castle.  I've watched all the spoiler vids for Castle and am so excited for tonight.  Hawaii Five-O looks good, too, and I can't wait to see Christine Lahti in scenes with Alex O'Loughlin.  This ought to be good.

I'm also going to tune in for Dancing with the Stars All-Stars.  I know, I know, why would I do that you ask?  Well, they're bringing back some of my favorite dancers like Olympians Shawn Johnson and Apolo Anton Ohno.  Who wouldn't want to watch them?

So, I have to ask---when you are invested in a show do you read/watch the spoilers?  Or do you like to remain spoiler free?  Anyone else watching Castle or Hawaii Five-O with me tonight?

4 comments:

jodi said...

Castle! I avoid all spoilers. I like to be suprised.

Melanie Goldmund said...

When I was in extreme swoon mode over Richard Armitage in the British series Spooks, I couldn't get enough spoilers. I couldn't wait to find out anything and everything about his character. I eagerly snapped up any picture, any rumour, any report I could find on the web. (Being part of a Richard Armitage fansite really helped.) I guess I'm still doing it with The Hobbit, although because I've read the book, there just aren't that many spoilers left. I'm still watching all of Peter Jackson's production videos and clicking on every photo even related to that film.

I don't think I'm quite that extreme for shows in which Richard Armitage is not playing the lead, though. I love to watch trailers for Merlin, Doctor Who, or anything else I'm watching, but I don't really care if I see spoilers or not. It doesn't ruin the show for me, or at least not that much.

Debra Allen Erfert said...

My son and his bride just chanced their FB profile pictures. His is the best photo of Castle, (ruggedly handsome) and hers is of Kate, of course. They had their business bathroom graffitied this past week by one of the people they had interviewed for a job, and, with my husband's (retired police) advice, they must've tracked down the villain by cross-checking application printing and the lettering on the walls/stalls, plus another piece of advice being kept a secret:). They sleuthed and were victorious enough they took on Castles' personas. So cool!

I have not seen any spoilers. Don't tell me what's going on. I want to be surprised.

Jon Spell said...

I'll be watching Castle tonight! I do read spoilers, mostly because I like finding out about stuff that's behind what they show. (And also so I can spot clues they throw in.) Julie seems to get a pretty good scoop from her source, but the stuff I get is fairly harmless, like guest stars and the like, and speculation about who dies or how long it takes Kate to get back to her police job.