Here at Persephone Magazine we love shows with strong female leads, so we’ll be recapping both series one and two of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, which is currently streaming on Netflix. Based on the series of novels by Kerry Greenwood and starring Essie Davis as the title character, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries chronicles the adventures […]
“Maybe we’ll start Hamlet today. That has a skull in it.”
It’s been several weeks since I gave up, but I still have a lot of feelings about The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo.
I really thought I could handle all the episodes of this show, but I think one season is good enough.
“Thrown out of college without enrolling first. I’m damn proud of you.”
Who knows what death-defying stunts Shelby will pull this time around?
“You could show me how to twirl hair around my little finger and look vacant.”
Here I continue, on my somewhat fruitless quest to rewatch all of The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo. I’m four episodes in and I’m still not sure what I’m getting out of this. Probably nothing.
La la la la laaaa.
“Sometimes I envy you so much it chokes me. And sometimes I think I got the better deal. To be that close to her and not have her. To be all alone even when you’re holding her. “
Shelby Woo. I can’t quit you yet, not where there are still 10 more episodes of weird, wholesome, teenage crime-fighting hijinks. Apparently I have a lot of feelings about Shelby, so this time, I’ll just focus on one episode.
The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo ran for 41 episodes on Nickelodeon beginning in 1996 and I loved them all so much.
As always, I must remind my readers that I don’t really do spoiler warnings for shows that have been off the air for a decade and whose title clearly indicates that we’re rewatching the show, but I’m going to discuss how “Listening to Fear” impacts a major season five event, so if you’re watching Buffy […]
“I mean, what if she’s not a demon or sorceress or spirit or whatever these books cover? … Something old. So old it pre-dates the written word.”
Death is on your heels, baby. And sooner or later, it’s gonna catch you. And part of you wants it. Not only to stop the fear and uncertainty, but because you’re just a little bit in love with it.