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Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 7 Review: Strange Frequencies

For some odd reason I felt as if Kira's fox spirit would one day betray her. She's not becoming a nogitsune, but as her mother said her energy is unbalanced. We all know that's the dread doctors doing. Kira is a lighting kitsune and possesses magnetic forces within her, forces that can be altered by the Dread Doctor's magnetic frequencies. Finally, about Kira's death message. I only wish I could'ave seen what really went down there. Probably will show on the upcoming episode (I hope so). About Theo, he clearly left his sister to die at the creek. Furthermore, Theo clearly stated that Stiles is smarter than the others (His only true competition is Lydia, but she clearly does put much thinking when it comes to supernatural aspects) as so to say, Stiles may have been right that a wolf's eyes only turn blue if he/she feels guilt from taken an innocent's life (something that Theo obvious doesn't feel). Now speaking of Parrish... (Jordan used fire punch on Theo, it was super effective). I loved that scene. However as Isoron said, he's somewhat connected to the Telluric forces and the Nemeton, there's no doubt when it comes to that. After all, power was brought back to the Nemeton during previous season and it once again serves as a supernatural beacon. Hayden and Liam, well at least they're still together... I wasn't sure if they were extracting something from him or introducing something into his system. If it were an extraction it's probably to replenish they're werewolf hybridization supply, when injecting that metal-like substance. And if they were injecting him with whatever substance that could'ave been, well it'd be obvious to assume it was to keep him from turning into a werewolf. I pretty much understood everything else, or think I understand. One can never be so sure when it comes to Teen Wolf.

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UnREAL Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Future

I firmly HATE Jeremy!!
I firmly love/hate Quinn - albeit after this episode I HATE her with passions!! Jeremy is a b*&^%d plain as. I didn't like that he got in front of his situation in the Rachel-Jeremy-Elizabeth triangle and broke up with Lizzie. I really wanted Lizzie to be enabled enough to break up with that jerk. That she even pleaded with Jeremy not to revert back to Rachel - like a desperate lady - negated any sense of justice and satisfaction in seeing him get humiliated and dumped; particularly since she flagged her unhappiness and teased an eventual breakup with Jeremy an episode or so beforehand. THEN what happens...
Like an egotistical, narcissistic p*&^k (who wants to retain Rachel for himself), manipulatively got Adam to confirm that Rachel and he had a love affair. Just because his pride was hurt. (Ooh I wish Adam could kick his bottom and leave him all bruised up, but like the gentleman he is, he actually apologies to Jeremy.) However, he doesn't know where to quit, he actually wants to take some revenge against Rachel and publicly disgraces her before the wedding event. Where's the female empowerment? How does Jeremy score a point and walk away practically unscathed? Considering what he did to Elizabeth himself, this is a bitter pill to swallow, you're right Paul. He is in NO WAY justified in his actions during this finale. Rather, his actions make him PETTY and narrow-minded. All season he was calling Adam a "p*&^k" (no doubt because he was jealous of Adam's chemical rapport with Rachel), I countered each time saying "you're the p*^&k". Because he is. I'm just so incensed and bitterly angry at Jeremy. And who does he think he is taking Rachel's power and self-control in 'Truth', after all she did to maintain some friendly distance between them because of his relationship with Lizzie. Only to get her all hot and bothered because he "wanted" to know why she left (I knew what was gonna happen next and I was soo disappointed. It's like a person who's been sober for 1 year, only to reach an obstacle and regress all the way back to zero. He took away her own progress in getting over him). The fool!! I hope Rachel NEVER gets back with him. She didn't deserve that and it broke me to see her cry after that public shaming. As for Quinn. I hate Quinn because she intercepted Adam and effectively dismantled Rachel's entire relationship with him, just because she wants to maintain authority over her. Not to mention, Quinn wouldn't be half the producer she is now with these shows, without Rachel's own mentally-charged creative genius. Maybe Quinn really needs to feel control over one person in her life and since Chet is untameable... Finally, I hate Quinn as she didn't even have the balls she's clearly demonstrated thus far, to own what she did and tell Rachel straight. She hid behind "oh he dumped you, sorry", like a coward. My own grievances with this episode (while decent) is that it didn't seem to have the same level of momentum as previous instalments. To me it felt a little uneven in pacing. Also, why didn't Adam just advise Rachel what Quinn had told him at the airfield? They were alone, Quinn wasn't there. He could have consulted with her, instead of conceding to Quinn, accepting her claims and abruptly ending their plan. After which, their scenes was limited and quite short, which I didn't appreciate. He goes on about "honouring the show" as if nothing has transpired. Only (conveniently) after the wedding event is in disarray, does he tell Rachel what Quinn said and why things changed. It was a good episode, with reasonable curveballs and screwballs, but it could have been a more compelling one. As for Rachel's final scenes with Quinn, I might have missed the suicide indications. What I got from Rachel's passion-fuelled love/hate evil stare at Quinn, was that she too was deeply hurt, betrayed and motivated to carry out her own scheming and revenge plot against Quinn. Which I'm all too happy to see at this point. UnReal by far has been a thrilling summer show. :-) XD Bring on season 2, and hopefully more Rachel/Adam, because I do feel it was left unresolved in this finale. Did we even know what became of him after his last talk with Rachel?! :-(

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Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 7 Review: Strange Frequencies

I loved this review

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From VARIETY: HBO’s “True Detective” (2.18 million viewers) continued its gradual decline heading into its finale this Sunday, down from the previous week’s 2.34 million. In its first season, the penultimate episode of “Detective” averaged 2.33 million viewers and then spiked to 3.52 million for its finale.

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Major Crimes Season 4 Episode 9 Review: Wish You Were Here

I'm so aggravated with the volume of ads on this website, but now there are videos with no 'x' in the corner to get it out of the way, so I can't even read this article.

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@ Bernadette

Totally Agree with you!

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I do want to see the wedding of Daniel and Nicole but I hate the idea of him being killed the day they get married.

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The Strain Season 2 Episode 4 Review: The Silver Angel

Loved the intro? I am confused. Are we all hipsters on here ironically liking the intro scene? "Wrestling" is the lowest part of Mexican and U.S. culture. Don't make it heroic. The intro was terrible and long. Worse than actual luchadore wrestling. Could have been better AND shorter and he could have been introduced to Gus in an interesting way that moved the plot forward. Gus going back to the ancients without his handlers would have been MUCH more interesting. Practically nothing happened after Fet got arrested.

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Battle Creek Series Finale Review: Sympathy for the Devil

Demographics suck. The younger demo (you know the one, unemployed or underemployed, living off parents or govt subsidies, professional students, yeah that group) is the only one these media gurus look at. MO-RONS. Target the demographic that pays your friggin salaries you dinkwhistles. This is a great show unlike much of the other UN"reality" and pseudo porn and mindless uberseenitcoming sheeite.

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How long has Alice/Marianna been dead? She looked remarkably well preserved when Gus viewed her. She hasn't been to a funeral home so does the coroner's office do embalming now and would that keep the body in pristine condition?

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Shonda Rhimes Addresses Grey's Anatomy Critics: What Did She Say?

Grey's Anatomy was never about Patrick Demsey to me, I enjoy all the characters. I was shocked when Patrick Demsey's character was killed off, I knew Shonda Rimes had a reason behind it. I'm looking forward to season 12 and all the excitement it will bring. Folks know not to call me during the show.