A spy never comes clean. Unless it is a fangirl.
My spy codename is Soft Face, for reasons Eye Ball can only guess...
My family worries about me, because ONE blogpost about 'your friend' RA is understandable, but MULTIPLE blogposts???? Real friends left me for same reasons, so the road is clear to go spying...
I hang out with fangirls on different 'platforms' who form 'communities' in pseudonimity.
It is great that RA does another spy show (don't mention Lucas North in Spooks/MI5) and it is nice that he filmed it in Berlin instead of London for a change.
I was hesitant of pre-early reporting any reviews. As 'test audience' I could have revealed spoilers/ intel. I watched the first two episodes (1rst. twice, 2nd. once) which were temporarily available online, before they became 'area restricted' (many fangirls are 'area limited').
I was happy to have watched the promo talks. I found out that the Berlin Station makers had private jokes about the 'Armitage Army' which they didn't want to share. Maybe it had to do with the reputation of RA's fandom. (Where to find them is where they were looking. On Twitter.) Fact, I dropped two Berlin Station Cartoons on Twitter. (My bold and naughty Geist was back again. That is a good sign). Of course this is very egotistical and insecure thinking, very much along the lines of fangirl behaviour. I could have made some 'casualties' in my enthousiasm...
To mock this further:
"The much feared reputation of RA's fandom reached a new low,
for he had to apologize profusely to his fellow BS colleagues,
and company line was to ignore these cartoons on Twitter in loud unisolo silence."
"Now THAT's what I call a fangirl."
(Choice of pic, gesture and calendar moment very intentional, clue-worthy fangurl blogmanship).
Good writing is uncomfortable. Shakespeare wrote Real Fiction. I might have embarrassed some.
The Berlin Station spy looking great.
RA is having great fun promoting this show.
In reality I am a follower.
Feel free to come back to this blog and read my other great posts.
Note to EPIX:
The world is big. It is not only US of A.
Overseas fangirls would love to see Berlin Station. Immediately. And talk about it together.
At the moment however, EPIX is rarer to find on digiboxes than RA pics on the web.
Please, sell this show overseas.
Images: Berlin Station promotion material