Series 6 is an interesting one in that I reckon it's got probably the most 10/10 masterpieces in it of any series but the rest of it is a hot mess express where Moffat clearly did not have the time to keep on top of the quality control.
If you play it as post-game it is scaled as such. I'm not sure what level it's pitched at but I would recommend getting all of the -raidon movement abilities. Actually, some are required so it might be on a level curve with the base game.
Anyway I made a really nice butter chicken curry yesterday. Happy to share the recipe if anyone wants to try it out.
EDIT: I can actually just share this widely, it's been published as a sample recipe here.
Over the past year or so I've gotten into Sufjan a lot more. Basically a friend of mine asked for advice on how to get into him and from there we kind of radicalised each other into loving his music even further. I'm obsessed with the juxtaposition between his morbid, contemplative body of work...
The second episode has been a massive step up for me. While it does feel quite strange to me that Amy is now canonically 44 years old, I found her arc in this actually quite moving. I've always appreciated Futurama for not being afraid to shift the status quo a little. Things like Fry and Leela...
Are we doing Drag Me To Dinner in here? It's all up on Disney Plus in the UK, not sure if that's new. It is... I think I would pick and choose based on who your favourite queens are. The format doesn't have room to breathe and it has a hurried quality that reminds me of the netflix baking shows.
I like it! It gives us more space to get to know the queens. I think it should be done like in Season 12 and be a top 2 with no elimination though. Because it makes me slightly uncomfy seeing a girl go home on a challenge where if they were in the full pack they might have been safe.