Pokemon Goes Johto

I, like a handful of people, have really gotten into Pokémon Go. Granted, I get into it for a week or two at a time, but I am currently am hanging around level 19 and have been since Christmas. I went back to it, currently, because the series two Pokémon have been released and Pokémon Johto is kind of my favorite seasons and gaming systems series.

pokemon-go-johtoPersonally, I hope that as Pokémon Go continues to grow and get updates, the new Pokémon from the remaining series Pokémon aren’t released as fast as the series two ones where. Although they were released, I’m guessing, to bring people back into using the app, I’m personally not going to be Pokémon hunting outside while the weather is yo-yoing between now and pretty much the end of April.

I think that in the northern hemisphere, releasing new Pokémon starting in late April or early May is the more idea time. This is due to the fact that spring is typically setting in around the third week of April. Granted, this past February has been a warm one in northern Minn,

The other thing I am surprised at is the fact that some Pokémon, like the Ledyba and Spinarak that I recently caught would have been less common compared to something like a Jynx just due to the fact that its winter where I live. Granted, I am sure it’s either hard to connect the local weather to the game or the programmers haven’t figured out a way yet.

Oh the Pokémon you see around art studios. #PokemonGo #Pokemon #bugpokemon #art #artstudio #art🎨 #artstudent #studentlife

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ER “When Night Meets Day”

This past weekend, I was watching ER‘s season 9 episode 21, “When Night Meets Day.”

What I really liked about this episode is how it doesn’t follow the traditional chronological timeline of a TV show episode.  The episode cuts back and forth between the day shift and the night shift.  What I really liked was how the spliced everything together, which made the emergency room scenes even more intense.

X-Men Apocalypse Movie Review

Probably the biggest draw to watch X-Men: Apocalypse was Olivia Munn.  After all, I feel in love with Munn’s fast talking, smart and sexy economist-TV anchor combo in The Newsroom.  There was the extra attraction of seeing Sophie Turner in a role besides the one she’s held in Game of Thrones since 2011.

Yet, the latest installment of the X-Men movies wasn’t as fulfilling as I was hoping.

The story of an ‘ancient’ mutant coming back to life to the period in which this installment was exciting just for the fact that we got to see how Storm (Alexandra Shipp) and Scott Summers/Cyclops (Tye Sheridan) ended up joining the X-Men prior to the 2000 movie.  We also got to see some of the character development of Scott becoming the rule follower we all knew, the love interest between Scott and Jean bud, a glimpse of how Wolverine escaped, and how Professor X lost his hair.

There where the usual explosions thrown in there, some Magneto conflict, and of course a huge fight towards the end.  In other words: the usual recipe for an action movie with a few other minor themes thrown in to help round out the movie.

Movies like this, I believe, rely on the series name as well as well-known actors to bring in an audience.  Also, The Avengers movie, it’s prequels and sequels have made it hard for superhero movies to be a hit now.  That’s probably another reason why I didn’t enjoy the movie.

Here’s the biggest problem though: it is harder to keep a film series going after a certain point.  In the case of the X-Men series, the 2006 movie was an initial ending of the original trilogy.  Yet, when X-Men: First Class was released, opened up new possibly leading up to 2006.  And X-Men: Days of Future Past also enables the studio that owns the rights to the films to continue the series past 2006 with the original X-Men movie cast.

I will admit, this was my favorite scene:


What I liked about this scene is that it ties in the simulation room we saw in the X-MenThe Last Stand and the training session we saw in First Class.

X-Men: Apocalypse‘s story line was probably chosen just as the next logical story in the X-Men universe.  We’ll have to wait to see what the next X-Men movie has in store for us.

The Official Gilmore Girls Trailer

The official Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life trailer has hit folks:

Here’s what everyone atwitter about so far:

  • Why is Kirk at a Friday night dinner
  • Why is there a pig running through town
  • Why is this Rory’s time to be rootless?  [Seriously, in the series finale, she was an embed on the Obama campaign]
  • Is Rory no longer doing journalism; cause don’t forget folks, she wanted to be the next Christiane Amanpour
  • Is Lorelei in therapy
  • Is Rory or Paris teaching at Chilton (my bet would be Rory)
  • Which guy is Rory with and is Logan working in London again?
  • Are Lorelei and Luke together, and is that why we saw Lorelei hiking?

Clearly, we got a ton of info in a 2 minute 20 some second video, but what else would you expect from a clip for this show.  After all, for an average script for a typical hour long show is 55 to 60 pages, where as Gilmore Girls script ran 70 to 80 pages due to the fast pace talking.

We’re getting Gilmored Again

Possibly one of the greatest things is happening this November: Gilmore Girls: A Year in the LIfe.  It’s been, like, nine and a half years since the original series ended.  The reboot then is a treat best served after Friday night dinner at the Gilmore’s.

For those of you who are fans of the series, here’s a 2 minute featurette just for you:

Now that we’ve relived a few of our favorite moments, and got to hear what some of the actors of the show think, here’s what we know about the series on Netflix.

There will four 90 minute episodes.  Each episode will take place during one of the seasons and in this order: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.

Thankfully, if there is an Easter Egg hunt this year planned by Kirk, we know he has learned his lesson:

You asked. He answered. Kind of. Dear Kirk Volume #1 is now available at

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We know from IMDB’s page for the show, that pretty much all of our favorite characters are back, including all three of Rory’s love interests.  Yet, the following Instagram has people wondering if Lorelai is pregnant or if Rory is pregnant.

Pop-Tart appetizers to hold us over 'till the pizza comes. And one apple.

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Personally, I’m hoping that we’ll have some more Babette and Miss Patty scenes like this: After all, these two ladies do have a way of entertaining us.

Granted, we’ll only have four episodes of Friday night dinners:

After all, we all know Friday night’s alright for fighting.  Granted, with Edward Hermann’s death being written into the show for his character Richard, I’m sure that’ll be brought up during a Friday night dinner.

Granted, I’m sure like the original series, there’ll be some PG-13 moments:

And with Amy Sherman-Palladion – the wonderful woman responsible for the series – writing these four episodes will, they will be some of the most amazing things out there.