We are catching up on Kill It all day today. I really don’t understand why Soo-hyun parked his car right next to the building he was staking out, but that’s just me. Episode 10 is below, next up is today’s episode, episode 11 (but we might take a little break)! Tomorrow is the finale!
Okay, I know no one was taking a shower at the cabin (at least not on screen), but that bathroom scene yesterday was so smoldering that I could feel the steam come through the TV and right into my lungs. My goodness. Y’all, Jenn from The Kthree was right. Have you watched their Astrology Corner with Park Min-young and Kim Jae-wook yet? If not, then you need to get on that!
This show is so darn adorable. I just want to slurp it up like a milkshake with a fat straw. We left off with Cindy showing up at Deokmi’s place of work as the new intern. But she is there for way more than art appreciation. This girl is on a mission to find out exactly just what is going on with Deokmi and her Idol love.
Y’all, I did not think that anyone in the top four would meet a bitter end and definitely not Jisoo! She was the sweetest of them all. But now that it happened, I do see why. She is the only person that everyone cared about. So now, they all have to come together to correct all the police investigation problems that have plagued the team for the last many years and definitely since the Han Sol apartment case.
We are back from Easter and ready to get to recapping! We need to take more weekend outings where we don’t do anything but enjoy the day because that was marvelous. Okay, back to He is Psychometric! It is about to get extra spooky as Sung-mo confronts his long lost daddy after spending the first 9 years of his life trapped in a basement. His mama is still out there somewhere hiding and..perhaps…might be “sir” that everyone is wondering about??? I hope not! Yet, I can understand her levels of wanting to escape from that man at all cost, considering it looks like she was trapped in that basement for like 20 years. Baby is not going back to that corner, y’all.
This show is adorable and I love it so much so far! Park Min-young is aces as a professional fan girl who has to keep her private life secret because she is a well respected, though low paid, curator at a museum. The first two episodes where zippy and introduced us to “Her Private Life” in a very believable way to me. We have a summary of episode 1-2 below and we also live-ish recapped episode three, which is under the summary.
This show just gets better and better, y’all. I completely understand why Sungmo did not trust anyone, because he was locked in a basement room for nine years with one loving person (his mom) and visited by a psycho (his dad)! On top of his lack of emotions, he also has that trauma to deal with his entire life and never really learned how to interact with people, goodness.
I love this assassin show. It is a mood. The logic is kind of there in what they do, they just take huge edit leaps in getting there. And did anyone notice that pretty much no one smiles except Seulki they all just stare off in fabulousness as they remember their origin story as the rain falls outside their window and Hyunjin hums along to a song that Soohyun can possibly hear from his apartment. Love it.
Y’all, the separation part snuck up on me! I was so into the storyline and all the clues and mystery of the past being revealed that I didn’t even realize it was about the time for some main lead love trouble to kick in! Gaaaaaaah. That is some good writing right there.
So far, this show continues to be smart and extra adorable with how absolutely dumb yet sincerely trying the lead male character is. But I would say this show is more of an ensemble cast as each of the four main actors have a good amount of screen time. I think my favorite character of them all is Jisoo. She is so suitcase heart about Sungmo that it makes me want to hook them up if I could. I love her.
And we are live for Kill It! Not technically live-live, but we are close! Last episode our duo were each looking into the closed orphanage, individually. They did not know that the other had broken in as well. Though Soohyun found out about Hyunjin before she found out about him.
I don’t know what to say about Kill It, it does not make much sense (to me) but I still love it. I don’t know if it is the way the actors are playing this off straight even though the situations they are in are so comical, yet it does not look like they are meant to be comical at all, so it is accidentally comical but it is also serious business? I am just confused. But I love it. Emergency cat CPR, anyone?