During the long hiatus I thought about a way to make writing a review fun and challenging for me. So I came up with the idea of not mentioning Danny in them.
I thought that was a brilliant idea; and Cokie challenged me that I couldn’t do it.
Well, I proved I could do it. But was it as fun and brilliant as I thought it would be?
Not so much…
For a better understanding you must know that I was convinced that you would catch on after half a review and call me out on the “missing” Danny. Why did I think that? Well, that’s easy to answer; ranting and raving about the character Danny had always been an integral part of my reviews. In my eyes, it had always been an important and quite frankly often the most fun part of the review.
Changing this task completely to a non-existing Danny, well, truth be told I was quite disappointed that not one of you even seemed to realize what I was doing. You went about your business, writing your replies as if nothing had happened. That made me feel that it doesn’t really matter what I write in a review. Or whether I write anything at all about an episode. Just slap on the poll and give you a place to comment.
To be fair I have to mention that I got one reply from a person who is on permanent moderation that I should stop complaining about Danny all the time and get a life. Well, guess even the haters don’t really read what I am writing… or don’t write.
Oh, and by the way, this blog is not being moderated, but there are two people who are on permanent moderation because of their constant nastiness and attempts to attack the people here having fun. Other than those two only first time commenters are on moderation. So, should a comment by you not find its way onto the blog, please let me know because that must then be a technical problem.
In my original plan, my next step would have been to rave about the greatness and wonderfulness that the character Danny really is. We had just failed to see it in the last few years. Cokie talked me out of that. Too bad, I bet no one would have said anything about that either. <Cokie knew she would regurgitate if she had to read that… C >
By the way, Cokie predicted that leiCa would be the first to say something; well she was on vacation, so that was bad timing. 😉 My money, or better chocolate silk pie, was on GNP. But you both failed. LOL
The real winner, besides Leni, is actually someone who never comments here on the blog. She congratulated me on the best way to point out Detective Williams’ importance and accomplishments on the show by totally ignoring him. Kudos to BeeM.
And she’s right, he is not really worth my time. I was planning to add here all the parts I wanted to say about Danny in the past two reviews, but that time has passed and I think I have better things to do than bore you with my inside into the writers’ minds concerning the character Danny.
Besides, it wouldn’t be pretty. But hey, new episode is coming up, and I can assure you, just the sneak peek got me going. Geez.