The Gates Review: "Surfacing"
Since we are only one week away from the season finale of The Gates, it didn't come much as a surprise to me that "Surfacing" would be quite the episode!
Nothing says spooky like revenge seeking ghosts and last night's episode pretty much consisted just of that.
Before we get to the meat of the episode, may I point out one observation? Do you think Devon had something to do with Theresa's ghost coming back from the dead? She did have that satchel of herbs that collected Nick's dreams...I wonder why she would want that? Thoughts?!?
Okay, so Theresa came back with vengeance. I had to keep covering my eyes for most of the hour. I don't know what it is, but ghosts really do scare the living daylights out of me - especially when they look as demonic as she did! Bravo to the writers for keeping The Gates a bit spooky and not too Desperate Housewives-ish.
One of the greatest scenes from last night had to be when Dylan and Claire sat down to tell Emily that they were vamps and Emily nonchalantly told them she already knew! So silly for these vampires to believe that they could pull the wool over Emily's eyes.
My only problem with this scenario is that if Emily was just a normal eight-year old, wouldn't this situation be rather scary? It only leads me to believe that Emily really isn't just a normal eight year old - she too must have some type of supernatural powers. Don't you think?
Charlie finally decides to give it a go with Andie. Hey, you can't really blame the guy. If I almost had my life taken away because some demonic ghost wanted to seek revenge of my father's wrongdoings, the next thing I would do is jump back into a relationship with a demonic girl that sucks the life out of men. Yeah. That's exactly what I would do. Hey, you really can't help who you fall in love with, can you?
Brett, his mother, the coach, well, really all of the werewolves were left out this week. But, by the looks of it, they will be back in full swing next week on the season finale.
Until next week's two-hour season finale, we leave you with a few The Gates quotes:
Nick: You okay?
Sarah; No. I'm not okay. I get why you didn't want to tell me about this place - I understand it was for our protection, but now that I know, I don't want to live here any more.
Sarah: No, we're leaving the Gates. | permalink
Claire: I am not nearly as old as your father, but I will never be old. | permalink
Nick: I don't understand, you were shot.
Leigh: But, lucky for me, I was wearing a vest. | permalink
Nick: Stop! It stops here. Please.
Theresa: What are you going to do Nick, shoot your wife? | permalink
Nick: Peg, she tried to kill my boy, I need help. | permalink
Charlie: Dad it wasn't the pool, it was like something pulled me under. | permalink