My wife and I have been enjoying a DVD of the delightful British detective series Midsomer Murders (thanks, Eric!), and the episode we watched last night, "Blood Will Out," taught me a new word, didicoi. It's apparently a purely U.K. term, because none of my U.S. dictionaries have it, not even the imposing Webster's Third New International, but the Concise Oxford English Dictionary has it: "didicoi.
While you may salivate for Eric more than Bill on True Blood, I think everyone has a little soft spot for Jason Stackhouse - and if not, you'll still enjoy this Jason-focused minisode. The last of the mini episodes, it shows Jason r... Read Post
Midsommer Murders is one of those British mystery series that fall into a sub-genre called “the village mystery” – though, thanks to Caroline Graham, the writer on whose books the series is based, the setting is an entire county so ... Read Post
Post by Linda Sharps. (Spoilers ahead!) Was there any way for last night's True Detective finale not to be disappointing on some level? For those of us who have been caught up in this series, obsessively poring over every episode an... Read Post