"Warning? This has a killer afterbite."MOrgan:
"... She says, adding more pepper. Not spicy enough for you?"Icka!: *sulkily*
"I like pepper..."
Felt like a curry tonight, but we're low on some ingredients, so I kinda combined this potato curry
with this one
and added sour cream instead of yoghurt or curry, because that's what we had.
Although next time, I'd like to try this one
. Sounds nummy.
Watching BBC's Sherlock
, 'A Study in Pink' right now.
Suddenly, I can understand why my f-list is going nuts and some of my favourite BNFs are writing for it. But the thing I'm loving the most is the one thing I haven't seen anyone comment on.
The floating text.
Usually during the 'examining' part of a mystery, the characters talk outloud, do a bit of banter. Sherlock? He's silent, but you get what he's looking at. 'This part of the coat is dry, this is damp, this is dry'.
I think it's a great tool, enabling the viewer to attempt solve what's on the screen before the detective delivers their deductions. The same with being able to see the text messages, it draws the eye and the viewer in, to become part of the scene. Icka!:
"Before we the next episode, can I take a shower?"MOrgan:
"I suppose so."Sean:
"No Shower For You!"Icka!:
"But I stincky!"Sean:
"It's Monsoon Season. Everyone's sticky."MOrgan:
Icka!: "Has anyone seen my pants?!"
*Finds pyjama pants, takes pjs across the hall to the bathroom.*
Icka!: "This is why I wear obnoxious paisley, so I can find the dang buggers."
MOrgan: "Did you find them?"
Icka!: "Yes. But don't look now, I'm stripping."
Sean: "Where's my camera?"
MOrgan: "Do you have the right batteries?"]