Is it me or did anyone else notice the symbols in the back of the bar? I thought they look eerily like the ones in the house a few episodes back.
Still, a great, great show! I'll reiterate what a couple of people have already said; Anika is losing it! What about the scene were she's sitting on her bedroom floor surrounded by pictures of the Lyon family with comments on every picture? That is a sign of a disturbed mind, a very disturbed mind! Boy, she fell fast; and hard. Something snapped.
"Remember how we all used to bang our heads against the wall and question how this whiny kid was ever going to become Batman?" No. And I don't know who "we all" includes because I read this here for the first time. Bruce isn't a whiny kid. He is focused and brave but yes he is still a kid so don't expect him to act like an adult from the beginning. What lame character would he be without emotion. What poor writing would it be without development? The writers do a brilliant job here with all characters.
I also meant to add earlier that I feel incredibly silly for not picking up that it was about Gallifrey all along. Lots of round things... I love the round things...
I did enjoy this episode - even though my heart initially sank slightly when I saw it was going to be a Meg/Tommy episode as I'm dying to know what happens with Kevin and all his traumas more than a completely different part of the story (that I'd mostly forgotten about) - though it was definitely worth there being an episode around it to bring together the missing girls - I'd vaguely worked out that it was going to be the girls as the secret in the barn, though I'd just assumed they'd be kidknapped rather than apparently now members of the GR. It doesn't quite add up, as if they were planning to make it look like a legit disappearance, the earthquake at exactly the same time seems slightly fortunate? Either way, it's set up the final episode perfectly, though there might be just too much to bring together in the last episode? We need Kevin to deal with Nora, Jill to deal with Laurie, Kevin to cope with the fact his handprint was on the car, Kevin and the lad who buried him (his name escapes me) to work out what just happened to them, AND Meg's masterplan to come through. That's a lot.
The girls did not talk in the car in episode 1 was if they were already a part of the cult. I read that the cricket sound that drove John nuts was the same ringtone on Megs phone. What if Evie hid a phone in the house in order to keep in contact with Meg.
Ha. That is interesting - I'd definitely never put that together.
My new favorite quote. Fargo season 1 was good, season 2 is amazing!
I still think this ensemble episode is really intense and quite fantastic - I was all fixated on it. So much got out in the open. I think Noah - deep down before his book-fame - is a good guy gotten high on his fame and power. He may or may not find happiness with Alison or maybe again with Helen, or maybe he'll end up all alone with his different 'short lived' sexual partners.Alison will realize if the baby is Cole's that after all they should unite as family again and try to make things work. After all she already seems pretty alone and sad in her high rise, minimalist apartment in NYC, while Noah reclaims his fame on tour with the sexy Eden.Regarding the murder of Scotty I thought for a long time it might have been the nosy owner of the Montauk Diner, Oscar Hodges, but when I check IMDB his doesn't seem to appear on an episode again in this season after his appearance on 207, so I guess that rules out his option as a killer. He did have a motive though, at least I think so, when Scotty and Cole went to him and knocked him down after he had sex with Alison and tried to black mail them for Scotty's drug-business or something....However, I also don't think the killer is Noah, so maybe it'll end up being Alison after all. We'll just have to wait and see. Looking forward to episode 10 for sure.
1. Yes.2. Great - and altough at first watching I tought Castle forgave too easily, having rewatched I see things differently. I can understand why Kate acted the way she did - she´s a smart detective, yes, but she only tought about protecting Castle and in her mind that was the only way and every other tought was blocked - I can relate it to when I see a person in a way and my friends tell me she´s not like I see her; it needs something to call me in it and in this case it needed Castle confronting her for her to see things the way they really are! As for Castle´s reaction I see it this way; after confronting her he realised there was nothing he could do and resignated - when she came back it´s like he tought "okay, I can be angry but what good will it do to me?". and I´m good with that.3 - Nobody.4 . No.5 - The ending scene and the same as Robin.6 - Same as Stacy:)
I still can't fathom how the show runners thought that this will be enough payoff for that drivel of a story line. And on top of it the characters are ruined. Kate became stupid beyond believe and Rick was stripped of the last remaining shred of dignity his character had. I'm not sure if I'll return in Feb because watching a few reruns might only remind me of how god awful S8 really is.
its not doctor strange. its professor strange. hugo strange the batman supervillain
It is indeed Professor Strange, but Ms. Peabody, the person who took in Galavan's body specifically said, "Dr. Strange has big plans for this one." You know Gotham plays by its own rules.
I heard her say Professor Strange.
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