So I sucked it up and changed my Web Mastering credit for the AP 2D Design class. I have a feeling I'm going to hate myself later for this, but what the hell- I should at least give it a shot, considering my lack of AP classes.
On a completely different matter- I pretty much gave up on NCIS. I'll always love what I loved, and I'm never
going to stop being a NCIS fan- but I think my time as an active watcher is reaching its end. I missed an episode and I just... haven't been interested in it since, for a variety of reasons.
First of all, it just... well, sucks. There's no other word for it. As a lover of bad drama, directionless violence, and general stupidity in my TV, I can honestly say that it sucks
this season. Interactions between characters are either mean, stupid or make no sense whatsoever. Plots are so bad I literally asked myself, "why is this so bad?" during one episode. When I
can guess the killer on NCIS, you know the crime plot is a complete asspull. Every other episode is one of our own
. I'm not invested in any of the characters this season. You could kill off GIBBS, the lifeblood of the show, and I'd probably not give a crap.
In addition- I'm not gonna lie, Micheal Weatherly (Tony) is really irritating me with his comments as of recently. You know
I love the man, but he's really been grating on me. its pretty obvious I don't support canon tony/ziva (or posts6!ziva, frankly), but why can't he just bullshit an answer to these "tiva" questions instead of giving into this drama? I've seen a "MW DOESN'T LIKE TIVA, MAKES IT OBVIOUS" article in my feeds pretty much every day this week. His love plot on Dark Angel was basically a worse version of everything tony/ziva has been accused of being, and I didn't see him complaining (of course, opposite Jessica Alba I wouldn't be complaining either).
Somehow, I get the feeling hes so hardcore against it because he has a problem with CdP, which has been suggested everywhere (with some evidence, I admit) since about s5. I don't know anything and shouldn't be assuming, but just because of this presumption I made I can barely stand to see the two characters interact at all. I can't stop thinking, "LOL WOW this must be awkward" or "I bet he didn't like doing this" during all of their scenes together. Which is kind of a problem, considering they're major cast members and interact all the time.
And so- Goodnight, sweet prince. We let the good times roll, and I think its about time for us to say our goodbyes- unless you start being worth watching, then maybe we can work something out ;)