Kate (mskatej) wrote,

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SV S5 Reckoning

Well, I wrote a bunch of stuff and then Hilary turned up and I left the computer for a while and then Hamish thought it wasn't working or whatever and turned the fucking thing off so I lost all of my thoughts on the episode and man, some of that shit was funny. So I'm not gonna say much now because in the wake of reading many of your posts on the subject, there's not much else to say.  I liked it as a piece of entertainment but I thought the story was a bit stoopid.

Clark *proposes* to Lana and she *accepts*. They're fucking *teenagers*. Though, of course, Ma and Pa Kent are delighted. "Yay! Maybe Clark's *not* gay!"

Jonathan *winning* the election. I don't *think* so. I'm glad he's dead.

I liked Drunk Lex a lot. I thought it was nice to see that screwed up side of him, and I thought he deserved a bit of a self pity session, given who beat him in the election (whatEVER, SV. NO POINTS) and when he flipped out at Lana I was on the edge of my seat. Drunk Lex was pathetic, yeah, but MR nailed it.

And the only other thing I want to mention is this. Watch me flip out, ninja style.

The song "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt (or, as me and the girls in my office call him, James Cunt) is the most insipd, revolting piece of crap I've ever heard in my life and I HATE IT. I hate it so much that I couldn't believe I had to listen to it *twice* and OMG he is such a talentless fuckhead and his mega success in the UK makes my fucking sick. "You're beautiful. You're beautiful. You're beautiful, it's true." *pukes everywhere* "I saw your face in a crowded place and I don't know what to do." I'll tell you what to do, James. Kill yourself. And then burn in hell. I'm sure a lot of you liked the song but don't worry, I won't flame you in your own journal, but I will say this. If you think that song is good, you're WRONG.

Actually, I'll end on a positive note, because I like happy endings.

Annette O'Toole was amazing in her scene with Clark and she made me cry a little. And Tom Welling was just wonderful throughout, as was MR. I think I need to watch it again though, because I normally like to write about SV directly after seeing it, while it's still fresh in my mind, and because of friend coming over and losing all the stuff I wrote before, I've kind of lost that lovin' feelin', so these thoughts aren't especially representitive of my initial reaction, which was one of, "oooh, that was gooood."

PS. Clark should fucking well better feel like shit about his decision to save Lana. What a doofus. I forgive him though because he's so very very hot.
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