If there is some sort of award for gloating, I may have won it in the first half of Episode 150. I probably should be nicer to the labor unions and other progressive rabble that dumped tens of millions of dollars into the effort to convince the voters of Wisconsin that they man they elected barely more than a year ago is actually Satan Incarnate, but…nah. I’d also like a chance to gloat about the crashing defeat of the crashing bore Mike Bloomberg, but I may have to wait a while. He’s built himself such a comfortable next in NYC that it will take some real outrage to dislodge him. Still, totalitarians tend to meet a bad end and I predict one of those is coming for Nanny B’s political career.
The real meat of the show this week was the second half, where I dug into the tasty television feast prepared by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss called Sherlock. I can’t think of a television show made in the past two years that’s been better in any aspect — story, casting, acting, dialogue — than Sherlock and I spent a good chunk of time taking the good stuff apart to show you why I think it’s as good as it is. Take a listen and tell me what you think.The Delivery - Episode 150