MediaBlvd> Thank wewe for your time, it’s great to talk to wewe and we’re really looking mbele to series two airing on SyFy this week.
Colin> Yeah, I’ve got some Marafiki in Boston and they were saying they were re-running the first series all siku Sunday, then it’s on this week. It’s a bit crazy!
MediaBlvd> Yeah, it is. Let me start off kwa asking you, you’ve got the title role in the series. How big of a deal of this is it for your career, and just to be playing Merlin, such an iconic figure in the Arthurian legends.
I have already reposted this as an answer to a swali the the Arthur/Gwen Spot, but here it is again..... it sounds cheesy, but i can't be bothered rewording it.. but here it is.
Because I don’t live in Britain, I can’t really see the episodes on TV and Download them from BBC iPlayer!!! *sob* So this is what I do – I follow these viungo and download them!! These files are all safe, good quality, AVI files which means wewe can run them on most computers, and use them to make shabiki videos, and, and FREE – I used them all to get my Merlin Episodes!!
So I’ve been kusoma a lot of meta lately, and some of the responses I’ve seen have got my hackles up. Read at your peril.
Goddamn but I do hate queer-baiting. I hate the whole concept it represents, I hate that it happens, but most of all, I hate that certain quarters in a fandom will use it as an excuse to discourage/disprove any points a gay ship has towards becoming canon.
"Oh, Regina and Emma touched one another and made literal magic? Queer baiting!"
"Oh, Castiel told Dean that he was his primary motivation in abandoning heaven? Queer baiting!"