The Week in Entertainment
DVD: Finished The Invisible Man, which ended with a very ridiculous episode about the leader of "the Eastern bloc" coming to get plastic surgery in secret in the US. Unintentionally hilarious.
TV: Marvel's Agent Carter, which is intriguing and stylish. Galavant, the first episode of which was very funny. The second wasn't as, but that might be because it followed the first immediately. Anyway, it's nice to see Timothy Omundson again, and I'll give it another shot. Modern Family had a nice look at various people's reactions to a near-miss (Luke was very funny). The Middle was funny, too. One of the two episodes of The Librarians, which had some nicely creepy moments in it. (I'll catch the other on DVD; gotta get up early and go to work, after all...)
Read: Finished The War of the Flowers, which was pretty good and thankfully didn't go the way I was afraid it would for a while. Blood Runs in the Family, the most recent OOTS collection. Also two graphic novels: The Books of Magic by Neil Gaiman and The Wicked + The Divine: The Faust Act, which were both good, the latter especially intriguing.