Yes, Diggory Jones is also female.
Johnny isn’t a bad-tempered person. He’s just a fanboy, and ranting is what fanboys do. Most of the time he’s pretty laidback.
I think it’s an important part of his character that he often acts without thinking.
This blog started off as a media studies project on TV and films, so I think I’m entitled to ramble a bit about television. This week is a pretty good week for TV here. I’ve just seen the first episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures series 2. I liked it. Sarah Jane is obviously aimed at younger viewers than Doctor Who, but it’s still usually good fun, and today’s episode was decently written, with quality special effects. I’ll be looking forward to the next episode.
Something else I’m looking forward to is series 3 of Heroes, the first episode of which is on Wednesday. The new series is subtitled “Villains”, which is ominous; clearly Sylar is going to be up to his old tricks again.
On Saturday I saw episode 2 of Merlin, which was definitely better than the first, although the dragon is irritating me. He was shoehorned into this episode despite doing nothing to further the plot. My guess is that the voice actor’s contract demanded it, but I hope he does something a bit more interesting in the next episode. Still, for the most part this was a very good episode. Arthur is still a git, but he’s growing on me, and Merlin is cool, if a bit Harry Potter-like.
I also saw episode 2 of LG15: the resistance on Saturday, which I found quite amusing. “Research Nerd” Sarah is so cute; I think I’m in love.