What a crappy bust of a weekend. wah. On Friday, besides feeling generally mildly icky, I also managed to pull something in my lower back, so the rest of the weekend was spent trying not to sit for too long and gingerly stretching to keep it from stiffening up (and getting MrLiz to rub my back,which was not a bad thing *g*). The several hours in the car didn't help but at least today I don't have to go take drugs, so it's better.
I watched a bunch of t.v. from a rather odd position on the floor or the couch - BSG and caught up on TSCC and Burn Notice.
For Deadlock, just briefly, since everyone else has already gone into such detail and I'm late to the party -- I think the basic story was fine, but the editing was incredibly frakked. It put emphasis where it shouldn't have been, and cut out or made implicit what should have been explicit. Like losing the parts about the Centurions and the marines? BAD CHOICE. We can only connect the dots if we have them, and here they were both cut, so we're left with spackling it ourselves. Which I find kind of fun (and it wasn't that hard here, since the solutions were pretty obvious), but I shouldn't have to, especially for things that are so fundamental to the decisions made within the show. Another, different cut would do wonders for the episode, IMO.
For SCC, we watched the last two eps back to back. The 8 o'clock timeslot is bad for us, since that's kidlet bedtime, so we always miss the first half, and have to go back and see it from the beginning later. ( spoilers for Good Wound and Desert Cantos )
On Burn Notice -- Hello there, Mark Sheppard. Again! When even hubby remarks on the BSG crossover actors, perhaps it's time to ease up.... But as always, it's frothy fun.