I think I was mistaken yesterday, and today was the Tower of London day, but what can you do? Anyway, on the 27th, we also went to Westminster Abbey (twice), Tower Bridge, and I took roughly 50 (more) pictures of Big Ben.( Pictures under here! )
And now, a letter to NBC:
I know why you cancelled Heartbeat, because that show was a hot mess. But it was so much fun to watch, never boring, and gave me a new game to play (ala horrify the Twilight noob
) which was to tell my mother about the 'medical' stuff they did on the show, and watch her face. (Possibly you cancelled it because you didn't think you could top the absolute bat-shit insanity of transplanting a defective, HIV positive, 10 year old boy's heart into a CHIMPANZEE. Which was stolen from a medical research facility. It was AMAZING.)
However, your handling of the inevitable love triangle is what I have an issue with. You had Millicent (great name by the way) tell Alex that it was impossible for her to choose between Jesse Shane (TERRIBLE name) and Pierce Harrison (trying waaaay too hard, with this name, but he's so pretty
) and then proved that by having her marry both of them in Vegas. Even if you had been renewed, where the fuck were you going with this? Only one of those marriages can be valid, because polygamy, and she chose Pierce TWICE, so seriously, what the hell? Even if she had ended up with stupid Jesse with his stupid Australian accent, that at least would have made sense.
P.S. I admire the commitment you had to including women, people of color, gay people, and trans people on this show. Don't think that was the reason you had to cancel, it was more stuff like using that guy's daughter as a stand-in heart & lung machine, and having the cardiac surgeon perform an autopsy (seriously) on the guy who dropped dead in front of her while teaching her how to use a robot to do surgery.
P.P.S. Thank you at least for letting Jamie Kennedy and Ji-Sung get together. <3