“Remember kid, there’s heroes and there’s legends. Heroes get remembered but legends never die, follow your heart kid, and you’ll never go wrong.”
– The Babe, The Sandlot (1993)
Supernatural season 13 aired last night which officially means the end for the show’s longest-serving adversary. Mark Sheppard quickly became a fan favourite when he joined the show in season 5 and he eventually became a series regular in season 10. His on/off relationship with Sam and Dean has been one of the best parts of the show and, love him or hate him, his rise from a crossroads demon to the King of Hell deserves a round of applause.
Netflix’s hotly anticipated drama series from executive producer David Fincher, Mindhunter, airs tonight and I couldn’t be more excited. Mindhunter couldn’t look more Fincheresque and I’ve already heard amazing things about the first few episodes so expectations are high. However, Fincher is one of the few who usually lives up to the hype. Here’s hoping Season 1 will be as great as all Fincher fans believe it will be.
“Bring… bring it home? All right, let’s bring it home. If you was hit by a truck and you was lying out there in that gutter dying, and you had time to sing one song. Huh? One song that people would remember before you’re dirt. One song that would let God know how you felt about your time here on Earth. One song that would sum you up. You tellin’ me that’s the song you’d sing? That same Jimmy Davis tune we hear on the radio all day, about your peace within, and how it’s real, and how you’re gonna shout it? Or… would you sing somethin’ different. Somethin’ real. Somethin’ you felt. Cause I’m telling you right now, that’s the kind of song people want to hear. That’s the kind of song that truly saves people. It ain’t got nothin to do with believin’ in God, Mr. Cash. It has to do with believin’ in yourself.”
– Sam Phillips, Walk The Line (2005)