drunkoffthestars: (Default)
thefourthvine calls SGA the black hole of fandom and she is totally RIGHT OMG. Seriously. I have read sooooo much SGA fic in recent days that by all rights, my head should have exploded. (and dude, OMG GOOD RECS. I am really really impressed and sad that I did not know about that journal before this.)

She also said some interesting stuff about Weir that I'm still thinking over. It's just. Weir (and Tayla too, for that matter) is just such a ... bland nothing right now. She still hasn't done anything that would qualify her as more than kind of immature, selfishly career-oriented, not qualified to handle the situation they found on Atlantis (through no fault of her own), and not actually all that good a diplomat (which is supposed to be her job there, which I guess is her fault, but not enough for me to actually work up any feeling about her). Tayla is about the same, but without the immaturity and selfishness and some diplomatic capabilities, which somehow render her ever More bland to me. Maybe I just haven't read the right story yet, but these two are so completely without color (even negative color) in my watching of this show. It's actually twistedly impressive.
drunkoffthestars: (Default)
thefourthvine calls SGA the black hole of fandom and she is totally RIGHT OMG. Seriously. I have read sooooo much SGA fic in recent days that by all rights, my head should have exploded. (and dude, OMG GOOD RECS. I am really really impressed and sad that I did not know about that journal before this.)

She also said some interesting stuff about Weir that I'm still thinking over. It's just. Weir (and Tayla too, for that matter) is just such a ... bland nothing right now. She still hasn't done anything that would qualify her as more than kind of immature, selfishly career-oriented, not qualified to handle the situation they found on Atlantis (through no fault of her own), and not actually all that good a diplomat (which is supposed to be her job there, which I guess is her fault, but not enough for me to actually work up any feeling about her). Tayla is about the same, but without the immaturity and selfishness and some diplomatic capabilities, which somehow render her ever More bland to me. Maybe I just haven't read the right story yet, but these two are so completely without color (even negative color) in my watching of this show. It's actually twistedly impressive.

Profile

drunkoffthestars: (Default)
drunkoffthestars

August 2013

S M T W T F S
    123
45678910
11121314151617
18 192021222324
25 2627 28293031

Syndicate

RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 20th, 2017 12:18 am
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios