MASSIVE SPOILERS, obviously.
Phwoar, check out the tin on that mine.
Finally, a quiz on the question you can’t stop thinking about.
An interview about The Avengers: Age of Ultron with Krishnan Guru-Murthy came to a swift close when some rather personal questions were asked.
Giles and Mary need to be loved because they are boring.
My god, this was a complicated episode, but at least the pace is picking up a bit. SPOILERS of course, so don’t read if you haven’t watched the episode yet.
He also seemed a bit hesitant to shake hands with the other party leaders.
It was a bit ambitious, not going to lie.
Oh consonant, vowel, consonant, consonant.
Remember Jodie? Remember THAT date?
While not saying what happened after the screen went black, David Chase has written in detail about the making of one of the most iconic scenes in American television history in DGA Quarterly.
“This morning, someone suggested they’d like to see me burn to death.”
We salute you, Ted Loveday.
It wasn’t the most action-packed episode, but we did get to see Tyrion’s big beard and a fair amount of arse. SPOILERS, obviously.
The judges have told you how to feel, but do you really feel the same way? Let’s work this all out.
This just doesn’t look right.
“Your eyes are like spanners. Every time I look into them my nuts tighten.”
Gracepoint, which was made by the same people as Broadchurch, is exactly the same as the original, with the exception of who the murderer is. Warning: HUGE spoilers for both Gracepoint and Broadchurch!
It’s April, which means you’re in a slight panic because you have no titting clue what festival to go to this year. Let this be your guide.
There’s more podcasts out there than just Serial, you know. Here are some British ones you should be listening to.