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Not going to lie... I was kind of hoping Diana would try to stab Cassie when she went to her house. Take down that home wrecking b!tch! I kid the Blake, of course.
This was a pretty blah episode but I really liked how they dealt with Diana and Adam's relationship. I liked how honest it was and how upfront the characters were about the situation. It's refreshing to see something like that after all the backstabbing and disloyal ways other relationships are formed in other television shows.
i actually cant see him being evil... idk why hes just too cute
i thought he did a great job (jake) he playing the mysterious bad boy he not going to reveal personality is he. oh yeh plese get with cassie adam stay away and go back to diana.
I like him and I actually trusted him and wanted him to be with Cassie since I dislike Adam, but when we found out he was a witch hunter..oh well, I hope he changes his mind..it's an interesting development to say the least
TrippyKitty, I hate the theme "song" too. It's awful, I cringe everytime I hear it.
Aside from that, this show is OK but nowhere near as good as TVD =(
Well, it was kind of a bridging, OK flat, episode. And you know what? it didnt need to be! Because the intro of a new character is a great opportunity for fireworks!
I agree with you Matt - Jake, unfortunately...
he really needs to throw out some charisma! dont hold back jake! go for it.
physically he's hot - thats clear. And he vibes more masculine than Adam. So i could feel a kind of polarity magnetism between him and Cassie.
But there's nothing interesting about him beyond that basic attraction. He's not a Damon.
But you know its unfair to compare him since hes a new young actor and Damon's an established mysterious complex hottie.
The interesting conversation was between Diana and Adam. Just to step back for a mo' she does have that annoyingly I am school captain perfection about her (unlike Elena in TVD), but in this episode she bit the bullet on the whole destiny vibe between Adam and Cassie. I liked it! The script didnt go for a cheap, winding kinda tensi
I want Jake and Cassie get together! just because their nickname would be Cake!! :D :D
i agreed! this ep wasn't good at all!! new guy Jake didn't catch my eye!! he has no personality and didn't pull off as dark-side Jake well. why did Cassie's grandma give her the crystal...to "save" Jake? why did Diana find consolation at Cassie's? too much mess-up...with no sense!! a little bit disappointed!! hope the rest eps would be better!!
Sigh. This show makes no sense.
I thought these parents kids all had them at what, 16? So when the hell did they have Jake?! At 14 years old!?!
Also, I think the acting is getting worse. I can't say anything much is holding my interest - I know shows take a while to settle in and get good which is why I'm still watching it, but it's been 6 hours of nothing so far.
OK so there is something BAD (or as Cassie eloquently put it 'the bad') out there that wants to hurt them. Does anyone bother to try and find out what it is? Why it wants to hurt them? These kids don't even bother to practice magic, or find out anything about it.
I'm just curious if anyone besides me hate the theme to the show "Da Da Da". Maybe its just me but it annoys me.
Just me or was the wake extra cheerful? i mean, the brother didn't look to beat up about it. The guy either had no friends beside melissa or the real friends didn't get invited to the party
What is Allison's father from TEEN WOLF doing hunting witch on THE SECRET CIRCLE? Weird...
Jake is hot :D .. im interested on this character and Adam next to him is like whatever who are you? Cassie is developing which i like and i stopped being annoyed with her. Melissa is such a cutie, i feel bad for her. Also i feel bad for Diana. I just want Diana to be happy :(
I want melissa and feya to get together that would be hot.
Matt, I couldn't agree more with absolutely everything you stated above.
Even down to loving Dawn grabbing Charles face.
I miss Nick. I miss Louis Hunter (who is incredibly good looking but such a dynamic actor as well) I think Andrew Miller and team made a HUGE mistake killing off Nick and bringing in Jake.
I can't wait until they realize this gross error and BRING NICK BACK!
I think that diana is far to good for adam anyway she deserves someone who just want to be with her and not be a jealous boyfriend to someone (cassie) who's not even his girlfriend plus I always thought that diana was way too hot for him anyway.
What we saw so far from Jake was fairly wooden but superficially I already like Jake more than Nick. Cake is better than Cadam. Faye wanted revenge on Jake but hid from him most of the time and got high on witch drugs! Faye/Melissa scene where Melissa berates Faye for being sorry for herself rather than mourning Nick was good. Faye was enjoying Nick's special blend though. Gale Harold was good as a guilt-laden Charles. Ethan was a real bastard to Diana. I find it unrealistic for Diana to go to Cassie right after breaking up with Adam. So witch hunters and blood magic, and Cassie has a crystal! Good on Cassie not to tell Jake. He suspects she does though. Jake will have divided loyalties. Looking up!
I don't think Jake is nearly as cute as Nick, and they need to have him be shirtless a lot more to make up for it.
I don't get "independent, strong woman" from Cassie. Maybe the character is supposed to be independent and strong, and the actress just doesn't play it, or maybe she's independent and strong but still in morning for her mom, it's only been a few months after all. All I get from Cassie right now is insipid and mopey. She's the least interesting character on the show to me.
I wanted Diana to break up with Adam, but in her own time. I felt bad for her, she seemed so heartbroken when DrunkDad gave her his soul mate speech, though I did appreciate the uncommon honesty of her dealing with it. Still, it didn't make much sense to me that she turned to Cassie for a shoulder to cry on. Even the sweetest, nicest person might feel some resentment for Cassie in that situation (and we know Diana is capable of jealousy, which I'd thought we'd get more of before they broke up), an
I don't like Chris Zylka, I didn't find him attractive or cute and he was very annoying. He only has a sexy voice but I don't like him neither his character. We discover way too quickly that he's still a bad guy (people can change after all) and all this reasons make me want him to leave the show.
Even if I'm team Cadam, the talk between Diana and Ethan made me uncomfortable. Sometimes Diana appears like the perfect, beautiful, smart, annoying girl but sometimes she just doesn't deserve thing. I would love a talk with Cassie about the break-up. The end happens too fast. It's honest, it's the true the Adam/Cassie thing but it was sad because for one time she didn'put herself forward and she goes through a tough time during the whole episode because of Adam.
The only interest of this episode was the break-up (Sorry for Nick, Melissa and Faye)
I will not say I loved this episode but for the most part I found it the most believable. I actually felt Some honest character development. Cassie completely annoyed me every single episode, I found her very unrealistic. However, now that her grandmother is in on the secret she actually has some room to grow. Cassie can have open and honest conversations now that she has someone she trusts to talk too.
I completly agree about Jake though I felt nothing from him, Except that he looked terrified at the end of the episode im going to guess that was "Blackwell" they never name drop for no reason in this show.
It was almost believable about Faye maybe he is the reason she is the way she is...but I look at her manipulative Mother and think maybe not.
Melissa is the most forgiving person in the world I felt so bad for her, bit she young and has so much witch stuff to keep her busy.
Diana was pretty smart but I was surprised she ended up on cassies door step.
Adam, I don
i really liked this episode and i really like jake.i liked how charles feels really bad about killing nick and he shows it where as dawn seems like she doesn't care he's dead because she see's it as they killed a demon not a kid and charles see's it as they killed a kid not a demon.im glad cassie has the crystal and can do magic on her own now when she needs to.i also liked how adam's dad told dianna the truth that he wishes she was the one but adam and cassie are destined to be together then she go's and breaks up with adam because she knows it's true and then ends up going to cassie to talk to her about and tell her what his dad said.i also liked the part where simone was in cassie's house and she tried to kill her but jake came in and saved her and we found out he already knew that he was a witch.can't wait till the next episode it looks really good.
Has anyone else noticed that all the parent must have been pretty young when they all had children at the same time?!?! these must have been some randy teenages that were lucky enough to all get preggers at relatively the same time....
@Dr.CerrenoMD I was just saying the same thing. LOL I begin to wonder if they will even bring Black John into the picture. Or are they calling him Blackwell. It is all kind of up in the air. I try not to think of the books when I watch the show, otherwise, I find myself getting angry at the changes. Have a real hard time watching the Vampire Diaries as well. Too many differences.
@Dr.CerrenoMD While I like the show, it should not even be considered as based on the series by L.J. Smith. There are a handful of characters names they got right, and the fact that they are witches. Nothing else is the same. The book town was called New Salem, in Massachusetts and this takes place in Chance Harbor WA. Cassie's mom never died, there was no Melissa, the circle had 12 members. I guess the name of Cassie's grandmother is the least of the changes they made. :(
I do find myself interested in the series despite all the changes. And I am drawn in by trying to discover how evil the evil people are. They never act truly bad. Charles Meade had once seemed the most nasty when he killed Cassie's mom. But now he appears almost weak. I understand it is the guilt, but where was the guilt when he killed Amelia? And Dawn used their power to save Sally, but killed her father in law, with little remorse, and she is certainly not too upset about Nick's death. It was worth
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