i can never remember what things i've watched or read. so here's a full list of everything, no matter how bad it was, along with mini reviews if i have anything to say about it.

for games i've played, check out my profile on backloggery! also any listing before may 2023 might not have a date bc my brain is soup.

bones (2005) ★★★☆☆
mar 2023. an interesting premise, and nice character dynamics, but it was just a tad bit too boring so we stopped watching.
ncis (2003) ★☆☆☆☆
mar 2023. sometimes watch this when i'm bored with my roommate. 5 stars for every witty dialogue and found family moment. -4 stars for all the racism and islamophobia.
the midnight club (2022) ★★★★☆
feb 2023. this was a great show, with a lot of great characters. but it ended on a weird note because they expected a second season that didn't happen, which sucked.
haunting of bly manor (2020) ★★★★★
2023. ough. this one hit hard. also, lesbianism.
haunting of hill house (2018) ★★★★☆
2022. i'm not usually a horror person, but mike flanagan shows always hit different. this was the first show of his i was introduced to and wow, it's so good.
fringe (2008) ★★★★★
2022. one of the best tv shows of all time. technically watched for the first time a few years earlier, but watched it fully through in 2022 and cried.
elementary (2012) ★★★★☆
2022. an autistic-coded sherlock holmes actually done well! i love joan so much. the cases are always interesting and fun.
the martian by andy weir ★★★★★
2017-ish. listen i don't know why this book about a man being stranded on mars is a comfort novel. something something humanity coming together with extraordinary effort just to save one man's life.
doctor who (2005) ★★★★☆
2013-ish. with a show this long, obviously i have a lot to say about it and how it's changed over the years. but for now i'll just say that all the doctors are autistic and plural and i love them. peter capaldi's doctor was the first that i watched as the episodes aired, and he'll always hold a special place in my heart for that.
beetlejuice (1988) ★★★★☆
childhood. comfort movie. i love lydia deetz and her ghost family.
matilda (1996) ★★★★★
childhood. another comfort movie :] my autistic self related a lot to matilda.
mary poppins (1964) ★★★★★
childhood. one of my first special interests as a kid!
the wizard of oz (1939) ★★★★★
childhood. so nostalgic. one of my first memories is watching this movie.