New series review: Wynonna Earp

Hi my hot cute girly geeks and boy geeks. Today I will be reviewing Wynonna Earp, or at least the couple of episodes that have been aired up until now (that’s just 4!!!).


I’m always on the look-out for new series to watch, yep, I have no life, at least not a social one (well, a partially social life). And this time I stumbled upon Wynonna Earp. Or as I call it, hopefully the female version of Supernatural, set in the Wild Wild West if Jo was still alive.

Wynonna Earp is brought to you by the syfy channel and it has that same feeling as a lot of their series. I don’t know what that is, but if you’ve been watching a lot of series you immediately can tell if it’s produced by syfy, or CW or HBO or any other network.


Originally starting out as a comic book series and riding the success of the Marvel / DC brought to our screens. It specifies as an Action/Western/Fantasy/Horror series. Yep….

According to IMDB: Based on the IDW Comic, Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter as she battles demons and other creatures. With her unique abilities, and a posse of dysfunctional allies, she’s the only thing that can bring the paranormal to justice.

But like I said before, it feels like the female version of Supernatural, only the sisters don’t travel cross-country but stay in Purgatory, the town, not the gateway to Hell.

I mean, there is Wynonna herself, leather jacket wearing, drinking, swearing, bad-ass with a gun, older sister coming back to her hometown where just about everyone hates her. She lost her father (shot him) and her sister, has a nasty prophecy hanging above her head and a special gun that can kill demons! Oh and she is trying to protect her still alive sister. (Dean)


And we have Waverly, the younger sister, trying to bad-ass herself, bit of a dork, super smart, speaks Latin, does a lot of research, had an imaginary friend called Bobo, and wants nothing more than help big sis killing demons. (Sam)


Agent Dolls, bit of a mystery man, can get his hands on some really old, creepy occult objects, knows his occult stuff, trying to teach Wynonna how to kill demons and other monsters and how to shoot. Doesn’t take shit from no-one but somehow will protect the girls. (Bobby)


Doc Holliday, once a good-guy, now we don’t know yet, seems to be working for both parties, the good and the evil side, old but still good looking, there is some tension between him and Wynonna and you’re constantly wondering if she is gonna kill him or f*ck him. (Cas)

WYNONNA EARP -- "Keep the Home Fires Burning" Episode 102 -- Pictured: Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Syfy/Wynonna Earp Productions)

And we have demons, not the black-eyed ones but these have red eyes, are stuck in Purgatory, again the town and trying to get out before Wynonna kills them with her special gun. If they are killed they get sucked back into hell, looks pretty cool.

So, we’re four episodes in and I kinda like it. It’s funny, I like strong female leads, it reminds me of Supernatural, I don’t know, it appeals to me for some reason.

Have you seen it? What are your thoughts? And no I haven’t read the comics so no spoilers!!!

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy


YouTube Sunday!!!

Hi my hot cute girly and boy geeks of course it’s Sunday again so that means another YouTube Sunday! I don’t have that many vids this week. You can’t have it all, all the time, so sit back, relax and enjoy the vids I have in store for you:

Mea Martin, standup comedy and a very good explanation about what goes on, on tumbler: it’s really funny!

The overenthusiastic fangirls already have seen this vid, but I think it’s worth sharing. Misha Collins (aka Castiel on the show Supernatural) doing a cooking show with his adorable son West. It’s epic:

Another Supernatural related vid. Hiatus is over and I’m happy to have the rest of the season starting again. Last week’s episode was brilliant and sad and, ugh, yep, let’s not talk about it anymore. But here’s the trailer for next week. And I am geeking out! I mean, Supernatural, everybody’s favorite geeky IT lesbian Charlie is back! (I’m walking on sunshine!) And there is larping evolved! To give a quick explanation. Larping is Live Action Role Playing. Basically, you and a couple of other geeks come together to reenact quests and adventures. I never did any larping, I only did some minor AD&D back when I was 16. But I still can get excited over this:

Most creepy and awesome Mythbusters vid ever! Just watch and please, don’t try this at home:

Normally I don’t watch a lot of TV; in the sense of I watch shows and movies directly broadcasted on TV. I hate commercials. If only I lived in the UK, I would watch TV just for the commercials, I mean, look at this vid: 4x David Tennant! Yep, I would order this immediately!

The last vid for today, it’s recorded in 2011, but I stumbled on it this week. It’s a really good video talking about the equality of women, and the fact that 007 cross dresses to get the message abroad is just an unexpected bonus.

That’s it for me today, I’m gonna try and defrost my washing machine, since the bloody thing has frozen again! I really hate the cold and snow!

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy.

Supernatural season 4, the road so far!!!

Hi hot cute girly geeks and boys of mine. Here is a review about Supernatural season 4, and wow, it is a very good one, we’re gonna meet a lot of interesting… people, and… spoilers.

We left season 3 with Dean going to hell. Oh no, not Dean, not death, can’t process this, too much pain.. But wait there is someone or something coming and its Castiel, or Cas as we like to call him.

Castiel is played by the oh so hot Misha Collins. Who is a nut job in real life, but I love him anyway. I’m also a proud Misha minion and not afraid to say it. He goofs around a lot on the internet and got his minions to break a Guinness book world record by letting us compete in the greatest international scavenger hunt the world has ever seen, also known as Gishwhes. And he also does great charity works for Random acts by building homes for Haiti, after the big earthquake.

So Dean wakes up in a coffin after 4 months in hell, and drags himself out of it. Not knowing what happened he finds Bobby and gets reunited with Sam, after some tests to find out Dean isn’t a monster of some sorts. They decide to get some help from Pamela a psychic, because Dean is being followed by an entity. They find out a name, Castiel and Pamela is being a little to nosey and get’s her eyes burned out. Meanwhile Sam hooked up with Ruby again, now being played by Gen (his wife, although not at the time, duh) and he is drinking demon blood again, getting so powerful he can exorcise demons without killing the host  bodies. (oh boy, that’s not good). Dean and Bobby try to summon the thing Castiel and find out he’s actually an angel, wearing a trench coat.

It also appears that a lot of events happing this season are being connected with the 66 seals on Lucifer’s cage. And these seals are breaking fast. It’s Lilith’s big plan, breaking the seals and freeing Lucifer from his cage in Hell so he can rule the earth and mankind, after what’s left of it after the apocalypse.

Dean get’s send back to the past, where he meets a young Mary Campbell, his mom, and her parents. And a young John Winchester, his dad. Funny fact, he convinces his dad to buy the Chevy impala, baby, instead of a nice save family van (thank God for that). He learns that his mom and granddad are hunters and that Mary made a deal with Azazel.

An awesome episode is the 6th one, Yellow Fever, where people are being infected with fear. Seeing the super masculine Dean scream like a little girl is priceless. Also, after this episode, there is a funny video of Jensen doing the eye of the tiger, here’s a YouTube link: I swear, I can never listen to this song again with a straight face.

We also meet another demon in this season, Alastair, and he is the demon who tortured Dean in Hell. He tries to break another couple of seals in order to help free Lucifer and is eventually captured by Castiel and Uriel, another angel. They ask Dean to torture him in order to get some information. He doesn’t break and escapes. And the boys find out that Uriel is behind this and the killing of Angels. Sam eventually kills Alastair with his power, but the boys find out that Dean is responsible for breaking the first seal back in Hell. He was being tortured every day and given a choice. The torture stops, if he tortures other souls. Apparently one month on earth feels like 10 years in hell and Dean gave in after 40 years, just before he is rescued, and can you blame him?

Another fun episode is number 18, the monster at the end of this book, where Sam and Dean find out there are books called Supernatural and are about them and their adventures in monster hunting. They find the author who writes these and it turns out he is a prophet, getting visions about the boys lives and what happens next.

Finally Bobby and Dean decide to have a demon intervention with Sam and lock him in Bobby’s basement to get him to detox from the demon blood. Which leaves Sam and Dean in a great fight and they decide to go their separate ways.

The apocalypse is coming and almost all the seals are broken. Sam goes back to Ruby and fills himself with demon blood, in order to be strong enough to kill Lilith and stop the apocalypse and Lucifer rising. Dean is being kidnapped by angels, because, apparently, the apocalypse can’t be stopped and he is suppose to be Michaels vessel, the archangel and destined to kill Lucifer. Sam on the other hand is the perfect vessel for Lucifer. With the help of Castiel, Dean escapes. Dean also learns that by killing Lilith the final seal will be broken and he tries to stop Sam in time, but Ruby interferes. Sam kills Lilith and Ruby reveals she has been a double agent all along, helping Lilith and guiding Sam to the final blow. Dean kills Ruby, but it’s too late, the seals are broken and Lucifer is coming out of his cage.

What happens next, you have to see for yourself in season 5 of Supernatural.

I hope you enjoyed my review, I rate it 9 out of 10.


Love, your hot cute girly geek, Mendy.