Bones Series Finale


I’ve been watching Bones since season 5 in the remote 2010. I can’t believe it’s been 7 years! During this time I have definitely lost interest. I’m sorry, but it got out of hand.

Let’s just start with season 5 itself. The brain tumor, Booth’s memory loss… the only great thing about this season was the 100th episode where they show us the first time Forensic Anthropologist Temperance Brennan meets Agent Seeley Booth of the FBI. That and my adorable Lance Sweets’ annoyance was hilarious. And from there, it went downhill.

bones-sdcc-2016-fullAccording to my TV shows tracker app, I have 40 episodes left to watch. Basically 2 seasons. So yeah… I have a lot of new and more exciting series to watch and after the mixed schedule with only 13 episodes in season 7 and the absolutely ridiculous plot line of Hodgins getting super injured. Come on.

And Christine’s birth in the shed? OH GOD. JUST NO! And how could I forget that weird episode in which Dr. Brennan dreams her dead mother or has a vision about her. I don’t remember. That was ridiculous.

What I loved about Bones was the darkness of its earlier seasons: the murders, Brennan’s coldness and the gruesome of the whole thing.

I’m really sad Bones ended… I felt the same emotions when Castle ended. I loved the show. Well,  I loved season 1-2-3 and 4. Out of 8. Anyway, I have this feeling of nostalgia. Even though I didn’t watch it regularly, I knew Bones was there. I knew that I could pick it up whenever I wanted.

There are some episode I remember with great fondness (Did I just quote an interview with Emily Blunt? I think I just did…): the 100th, the episode where Mr Vincent-Nigel Murray dies, the episode with the body in the chocolate bar (I couldn’t eat one for weeks) and frankly many more.  Oh! The one where they thought they had JFK’s remains in the lab! HILARIOUS!

And can we talk about poor dear adorable shrink Lance Sweets? I believe I stopped watching the show after they killed him off. The actor needed time off for shooting a movie and they just wrote him off. I was deeply saddened by the whole thing. He was just adorable.

I can’t actually review the last few seasons because I’ve seen only a handful of episodes, but as a longtime fan of “Bones” I felt I had the duty of remembering and bidding farewell to this beloved show.

“The End in the End”

I was reading this article on and they are so right. The last episode had everything that made it the typical last episode of a cable TV show: they solved the crime, there were major life-changing discoveries, character moving on to better things and a general overview of all the other forensic team.

Bones_S12E12_-_05I quite liked it actually. Aside from the unnecessary dramatic music that at times was overwhelming and almost as loud as the dialogue.

I felt like Dr Brennan’s concussion (brain injury or whatever) was useless at the beginning, but after her powerful conversation with Booth, I definitely changed my mind. I related to it….

At the end of the episode, I was satisfied by the ending. Not totally impressed with the whole series killer/Zack situation and the subsequent explosion of the Jeffersonian. Come on, they started with the “Cam left her purse around” on the previous episode. I GET IT!

Also, if you want to check out a truly creepy serial-killer-turning-his-victims-in-marionettes, you should definitely check out Fringe’s episode “Marionette” (season 3 ep 9). Absolutely disturbing.

Anyway, I’m still sad it’s over. Bones was with me for 7 years and I’m really disappointed to see it go… But if they had renewed it for a 13th season, they would have most definitely ruined it.

Goodbye Bones. Thanks for the years we’ve spent together.






The Bachelor Season 21

What. Is. This. Show.

I'm genuinely asking. These all 12 weeks were a rollercoaster for me. Probably my first on this blog was about The Bachelorette, but I only saw the first episode and I didn't have time to watch it. But I've been desperate (fear not, I still am) and I decided to give this thing a go. And boy, it was a good idea.

This show is absolutely absurd. I can't even find the words to describe what all of this is.

For those of you that are unfamiliar with the premises of the show, it's about a guy that wants to find love. So they lock 30 of the prettiest and skinniest girls in a huge mansion and they make them go on dates with him.

This is the best story ever. Nick has been on the show 3 times and he still hasn't managed to find love. He got his heart broken two times and now he is finally ready to settle down and find the women he is going to spend the rest of his life with. He wants to be in looooooove! This program is so trashy.

17-corinne-3-w600-h315-2xThe highlight of this season was obviously the trashy Ivanka Trump impersonator, Corinne. Definitely, the most entertaining person I have ever heard speak. Just to prove my point, here is a selection of her best quotes. (Yes, she said it on national television):

  • Make America Corinne Again
  • My heart is gold, but my vagine is platinum.
  • I am not a runner-up. And my sex abilities are definitely top-notch.
  • Today was just a dream come true. I stepped out of my comfort zone, many times and angles. Dad would be proud, even though I was naked.

Isn't she wonderful!?

What I love about the show is the fundamentally American motive they attached to it: Find love. The producers want us to believe these people are here to find love, true love, a magical love. After only 12 weeks of knowing each other.

It's so stupid and the best thing I have seen on television this year.

I have been so fascinated with the show. Before watching the first real episode (week 2, because let's be clear: Week 1 is just hugs and nice to meet yous), I thought: "How is it possible that people actually watch this shit?"

It's trashy, full of clichés and completely fake.

But it's addictive. It's so full of bullshit about finding love and a husband.

There are these rituals, the rose ceremony, the homecoming dates, meeting the parents, the one-on-one dates, the two-on-one dates…

But it's great television. Here in Italy there is a similar program but it's not based on LOVE and the people are shallow, but this brings reality tv to a whole new level.

rachel-lindsay-announced-as-the-bachelorette-earlyAnd also, it took them 21 seasons to choose the first black Bachelorette? Come on, America. Speaking of Rachel, the announcement of her as the next bachelorette was done before she was kicked out of the show. WHY, ABC? WHY? YOU RUINED THE SHOW FOR US.

You can announce that one of the girls is going to be the next bachelorette before she is sent home!!! What went wrong?!?

Also, this fake empowerment of women makes me sick. To me, it feels like it's wrong to portray women in pretty sparkly dresses whose only concern is to get married, have babies and feel complete. DO DON'T NEED ANYBODY TO FEEL COMPLETE, GIRL! COME ON! They were drunk half the time, in every single scene of the first episodes, all the girls constantly had drinks in their hands. And I really mean it. ALL THE FUCKING TIME.

Aside from this, it's great. It's so great. I have watched some trashy tv shows in my time but nothing compares to this. I think it was impossible for people to go on television and say such stupid things. But this show celebrates this.

the-bachelor-vanessa-nick-viallPeople cry, (I'm currently watching the finale and Nick is just bawling his eyes out.) and they cry and they "fall in love", and they cry and they tell the Bachelor that they love him… Did I mention that they cry? It's just ridiculous.

I highly recommend you watch this season, because it has been hilarious. Corinne has been AMAZING. I want her to be my trashy friend. I need her in my life.

I'll definitely be watching "The Bachelorette", although I know it will be impossible for the producers to top this season.

Ah, before I forget. I would like to congratulate the person who found and produced Corinne and to declare to her/him that they are my hero and someone who deserves an award for the amazing job they did.

With this, I bid you farewell, The Bachelor. See you in May with The Bachelorette! Go Rachel!

Please cast the male version of Corinne!!!!










Letting It All Out

Today I sat in mt bathroom floor and cried for 20 minutes.

It hadn’t happened in a couple of months and in the last couple of days. I was truly feeling better. I wanted to study, to do things and get my driving licence.

But apparently something inside of me said “No!” and I found myself sobbing next to the washing machine.

Maybe I just needed to let my feelings go. I’ve been meaning to talk about the stupid thing I’m doing, but I knew that if I did, I’d start crying. But I already did cry, so this is the perfect opportunity. What are a couple more tears!

If you look around my blog, it’s easy to see what my passions are: tv series and makeup. And so what am I doing? I’m keeping my brain stimulated all day.

I don’t let myself think. EVER. Not even for a second.

I always have headphones on. I’m listening to the soundtrack of Hamilton, watching Stephen Colbert and John Oliver and of course watching TV series.

And when I’m not listening or watching things, I’m reading Fanfictions or books.

I’m keeping my brain constantly busy, not letting it rest for even a second. I know it’s wrong. I know. I shouldn’t run away from things, but for now, this is it..

Going back to the crying, I don’t really know what happened. I had words with my dad, but that’s just normal. There was nothing to trigger such an extreme reaction.  Maybe I’m tired, I’ve had a busy week.

My mom said that, in order to get better, I need to get out of the house every day. And I did. I got out and I was wearing clothes and no half-clothes/half-pyjamas, I put on make up, I talked to people, I went to see my grandparents, I’ve been working and tutoring a LOT this week and I also did a dozen of mock tests for the driving license.

Frankly, I don’t know what went wrong.

Just today, I went to the market with my friend, took blog photos, made lunch, helped my aunt, worked all afternoon…  I really don’t understand. Maybe I just overdid it.

I already feel a headache coming on: whenever this (the crying) happens, I always feel like I’m numb and my head is exploding.

By the way, I’m writing this for me. I don’t care about sympathy and shit. I just wanted to feel better.


February 2017 Wrap-up: Books I’ve Read

Here I am again with another monthly wrap-up. I’m late on publishing this post, but I kind of forgot that I started writing it. I’m all over the place at the moment.

BTW, I never thought I would enjoy doing something like this, but I couldn’t wait for the end of February to publish this post.

On my goodreads page I set the goal of reading 30 books in 2017, but as of now I’m at 11 and we are only 2 months into the year! I’m really happy I found my way back into reading!

Hope you like my wrap-up!

26114135It took me ages to figure out my thoughts on this book. Most of the time while reading this, I was appalled. I know the book stirred up some controversies but you need to understand why the author decided to tell us this heart-breaking story. Yes, it’s about an inappropriate relationship between an adult and a child but it’s so much more than that.

Wavy is the daughter of two drug dealers and Kellen is the thug that works with her father and although absolutely unhealthy, the relationship was touching. It wasn’t ugly. Well, it was, but not because the feelings shared between them weren’t true.
It’s a very sad story. It won’t make you cry but it will leave a sadness inside of you.

The title perfectly summons up the book: the relationship is ugly, the world is ugly, but in all of this ugliness, there are also wonderful (although wrong) things.
It’s very well-written, intriguing and fast-paced… I absolutely enjoyed it.

I love cheesy romantic books. It’s like watching “The Bachelor”: the only thing you do if laugh at the girls and say: “Oh Honey!”

Oh Honey GIF

This book was basically an R-Rated version of Ezra and Aria’s relationship on Pretty Little Liars.

This was a nice surprise. It’s a story of love, lust, attraction and sex. A LOT OF SEX.
Apparently, I didn’t notice the “erotic” label… I’ve never read an erotic novel before and I wasn’t completely comfortable with it: I just wasn’t expecting it! And I felt it was sometimes unnecessary: ok, we get it. They are REALLY into each other!

But after the unnecessary sex and frankly the weird and unexplained thing with the druglord, I really enjoyed it! If you are looking for an erotic romance that’s not dull or stupid or badly written, this is for you!


I had to read this for Uni and… well, German literature isn’t easy.

I really have no more things to say so…




30841109I watched the TV series when it came out in September and I got really into it and this is the book version.

I expected it to have a few difference from the tv show, but it was basically identical. Not that I’m complaining, but I had already seen the show so at times I was a bit bored.

If you haven’t managed to catch the series from ITV and you want to know about the first years of Victoria as the Queen of England.

28696602I found this book by accident. It was a tweet by about Shonda Rhimes acquiring the rights to produce a comedy based on this book. And I decided to read it so I could have an idea of what to expect.

I liked it. It talks about social media, racism, people’s obsession with the digital world and more. Luvvie says some brutal truths and gives honest opinions. She speaks about being a black woman in America and she teaches us all lessons on social indifference.

At times I found it a bit boring and not entertaining, but it is definitely worth reading.

I hope you liked my brief reviews! I had the best reading months, mainly because I enjoyed almost all of them!

Talk to you soon!

Georgia     🙂