The Village Episode 2

I know it is late, and the third episode is also late. I was waiting for Anna’s screencaps but she’s been having a tough time recently and life just got to both of us.

So it feels like a perfect time to tell you how I felt about the second episode of the Village!

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Doctor Who : Deep Breath

As Amanda said last night it won’t just be one review for the Doctor Who episodes, therefore I feel like mine needs a new and amazing name that isn’t just Doctor Who…. So if any of you have any ideas on what I can call my alternate review blog please leave it in the comments!

Now to review…

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My One Piece Adventure : Robin, her secrets and a teary goodbye!

It can only be the Water 7 arc! And what a long one it is at that. To the point I’m not FULLY through with it yet.

Never mind. I’m getting there!

So after the Davy Back Fight the Straw Hats meet Aokiji, Vice Admiral of the Marines. He warns them about Robin, beats Luffy and sets us on a heartbreaking exploration of one of our newest members.

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Doctor Who : Deep Breath -Spoilers-

Season 8 Episode 1

The debut of Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor seems to have been coming since forever. He was announced over a year ago and first appeared in a flashy eye cameo in the 50th anniversary.

Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor was a big favourite for everyone on the forum so 12 had some big boots to fill!

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Robin Williams 1951-2014

A very beloved actor has left us. This might be late but it is late because Robin Williams has touched all of our lives here at BelieveinGeek and we all wanted to write something that we really felt was appropriate. Unfortunately we realized we really didn’t have the words or talent to tell the world how much he did for our lives.

We grew up with Robin Williams. Mork and Mindy, Aladdin, Hook, Jumanji, Mrs Doubtfire or FernGully (not forgetting Jack or Flubber.)

When we grew up that man that made us laugh, cry and think about life we were able to watch and appreciate the wide talent he had in films such as Good Will Hunting, The Fisher King, Death to Smoochie and Dead Poets Society.

The list of films we’d seen him in were uncountable. Everyone knew Robin Williams.

He taught us that friends were important, laughing was important, fun was important. He taught us life went on and that we only had to keep working. he taught us that life was a unique experience and we had to fight for that life and for the experiences that we’d go through.

We all loved him and his face was as recognizable to us as a relatives.

I’m not sure we’ll ever be able to explain how painful his loss is to us even though we’d never met him. He made us all smile and he made us all stronger.

Truly he will be more then missed.

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