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Thanks for reading - see you all for the season finale on Wednesday!
I don't think I will ever get over the episode 6 stories about magic. Harriet's story was absolutely fantastic and something that I have never seen done in a TV show before. The pure silence really puts you in her shoes. Not a single peep is heard but the story is absolutely outstanding. It might be my favorite episode of the whole series. I know it's been posted here before ,but I had to say that this show is absolutely amazing. I really hope they bring her back some how because she was such a beautiful character.
I have no experience with campaigning for Hugo Awards, but let this be the official launch! A Life in the Day was one of the best hours of sci-fi/fantasy television of the last decade and is a perfect candidate for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form). The last 8 winners in this category are all TV shows, including some that are not mega-hits: The Expanse, Jessica Jones, and Orphan Black make up the last 3, with Game of Thrones and Doctor Who making up the 5 prior. I'm saying, it's doable. The Hugo Awards are voted on and nominated by members of the World Science Fiction Society. Any member can nominate. So tweet it, instagram it, get the word out there. Let's do this.
Yo I'm up to the bit with the 3rd key and the tile puzzle. Did quintin live a happy life as a trouple/triad/whatever you call it? Thats normal for fillory right? Or was eliot the weird family friend that everyone refers to as "uncle?" What the heck was the dynamic?
of the Darkling Woods. Had to look him up. It's Faran Tahir who played Head Regent on Warehouse 13, another SyFy Original Series that I obsessed over. That completes my SyFy Universe.
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So, Grossman does a Google Talks episode and explains how the Narnia Chronicles inspired his own book.
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Season 1 (Wrap-up discussion)