I booked the new blog interview today. It will take place Thursday evening after work at the Timberlea Beverage Room.
I have decided to try something I haven't done before. I have approached a person this guy used to work with and get this person to compose a question to incorporate into the interview. It is my hope that this will go over well. If it does, I will try it with future interviews. If not, well, there's nothing wrong with trying something that doesn't work out.
I watched the season finale of The Killing this evening. The blogosphere has been pretty passionate in its assault on this show. The slow pacing was one of the things I liked when so many others didn't. The red herrings to me sounded like a real police investigation. I'm sure that the police will focus on a particular suspect for a spell and then decide that the person didn't do it and then move on to someone else. I'm sure that happens all the time. I don't have a problem with that.
I do have a problem with how the season finale didn't reveal the murderer. I hated how one of the detectives has seemed to betray the investigation when there had been no hint of it up to that point. I despised how much time was wasted during the mid-point of the season on things that propelled the story along not at all.
We're promised, this time, that the murderer of Rosie Larson will be revealed in season 2. I am not sure if I will be along for the ride or not. I feel cheated out of a good story. I feel that I have wasted 13 hours of my life invested in a tv show that promised something and didn't deliver.
Did you see The Killing? Did you feel cheated and disappointed by the season ending as well?
See you tomorrow?
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