2. What’s your favorite book? Series count.
I've always loved the Rondo series by Emily Rodda. I have a soft spot for fantasy with good worldbuilding.
3. Have you read any of my fanfic, either on unshakespearean or whatthefluffproject?
Yes, Lia. Yes.
4. Biggest OTP?
How can someone have just ONE OTP?! Well, I'd say Harcooper, Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper from Torchwood (kudos to Lia for coining the name!) or Laurel and Wes from How To Get Away With Murder would be the front runners. Swan Queen from Once Upon a Time is pretty cool, too.
5. Biggest NOTP?
Karma and Liam in Faking It. I NOTP some other pairings, but they at least have reedeming qualities. Liam is a rapist who has a fetish for lesbians and raped his girlfriend's best friend, essentially. And it's somehow STILL CANON. (WHY?!)
6. Biggest BROTP?
I'm going to have to say Martha and Jack from Doctor Who/Torchwood. They're great on screen together, and together with Ten, are my favorite Team TARDIS.
7. Worst episode of your favorite TV show?
So my favorite show is Doctor Who, and (don't hate me) my least favorite episode of it is Journey's End in Season 4. Before you yell at me please refer to this post. I'm not bashing on Ten/Rose, I'm bashing on RTD's misogynistic writing and cheap plot tricks. (Whoa, bet you thought I'd say that about Steven Moffat, not Russel T. Davies, didn't you? Truth is, they're both somewhat prone to it. Problematic faves much?)
8. Best episode of your favorite TV show?
I love too many to mention (see honorable mentions below) but I'd say that currently, my favorite is Time Heist. (Although it changes all the time.) It captures Twelve's personality so well, as well as showing a softer, more realistic side of Clara's personality. (Hey look, these two just so happen to be one of my other NOTPS! I know, confusing.) Saibra and Psi are some of the best-developed side characters I've seen in a while. Personal-ish story time: When I was watching said episode and Psi said the line about "It's obvious you've been with him a while....Because you are really good at the excuses" that line just went around and around in my head for ages as so true. And then about a month later I finally got the nerve to get out of a four-year long abusive friendship. Because I'd gotten really good at the excuses. Sentimental story time and all, Steven Moffat has very confusing plots, and him bringing in a co-writer to make them more grounded really helps — this is one of those cases.
Honorable mentions: The Girl Who Waited, The God Complex, The Power of Three, Amy's Choice, The Crimson Horror, Nightmare in Silver, Bad Wolf, Father's Day, The Water of Mars, Flatline, Turn Left, Human Nature/The Family of Blood, Let's Kill Hitler.
9. Unpopular opinion?
Sexism against men exists. Fight me. (Or alternatively, ask for an explanation. Although if you look around the world at the ridiculous standards men are held to, and even the "male tears" mentality many "feminists" hold — furthering the reasons for men to shut up about any problems they might have — it should be obvious.)
10. Favorite meme?
The Meme Documentation meme. It's so meta.
Ten questions for whoever wants to do it, since the last time I tried tagging people it didn't go so well (music and writing oriented):
- Favorite song longer than 5 minutes?
- First ever writing project?
- If I told you you could see any artist in concert, living or dead, who would you see? (If two have toured together that counts too)
- First record you bought
- Most played song on your computer
- Inspiration behind your favorite novel
- Have you ever written fanfiction? If so, for which fandom?
- Guilty pleasure song/artist
- Do you subscribe to any magazines?
- Best writing tip.