I know we didn't hear a gunshot or see blood, but I am hoping Simone is dead. I can certainly understand Bear's reasoning in killing her. She's disloyal and a danger to the family. Bear's reaction afterwards was so extreme I seriously doubt that he let her go.
Spot on review, Christine. You said everything I was thinking last night.I sincerely hope somebody who knows what the heck this show is about takes over for the second half of season 8.Although I will say, I enjoyed the dance routine; that was fun for me.But the rest of your comments: absolutely
The actress who played Lucy is Kasha Kropinski; she played Ruth in Hell on Wheels. :)
Not surprising that Trubel or anyone else, for that matter, found him. Nick is employed. He has to have a proper address on his employment record. He drives a car, so does Adalind. easy enough to place a tracker on either car. The players in all camps seem to have people in positions of resource and power. It stands to reason that anyone can hire an expert to tail one or both of them or to check paper trail. Nick doesn't want anyone to know where they are? Right! Totally possible if he changed his name, moved to another state, works from home, orders groceries to be delivered (and receives it under disguise), uses burner phones to communicate with friends, change his car, etc. But he carries on with his life as per usual...and he doesn't want anyone to know where he lives?!? Ridiculous! I just wish they would think twice before putting out dialogue that seem like absolutes but end up being downright silly.Now, I just wish that Trubel is still Trubel, the loyal to Nick Trubel. It would be great if she had tricked everyone else into believing what they wanted to believe.
I'm desperately hoping that this show will survive to see season 9 but that the writers will be fired! I've never felt that way about another show. They've taken a great show and ruined it, yet they give interviews saying how happy their are with their story. I wish ABC would fire them now so fans might have some hope of getting the show they loved back.
The flashbacks that Noah has been experience continue to be more detailed suggesting the memory of something he witnesses is coming back to him. In the first one, he is driving down a fog covered road, at a speed higher than conditions allow, and he sees a shadowy form of a woman in his headlights. In the last one that I remember, he was following a car. There was an other car or motorcycle approaching on the wrong side of the road and there was also a woman standing in the road. Noah isn’t psychic so they have to be flashbacks. Scott Lockhart is still alive, so It can’t be about someone hitting him. The only explanation I can come up with is that Noah witnessed the hit and run of the judge’s wife. This may be the inspiration for the ending of his novel and that is why Alison has been integrated into the flashback. If it is a perfect analogue then the judge would be the one that hit his wife. If any of this is true, we may be seeing more of the judge in season 3.
I liked the kiss. I really enjoy this show.
this show took a dive in quality. We started watching the show for their awesome chemistry. They kept that even through the rough patches, and ... then this? What is this. All of this is just a mess. The first season I've stopped watching.
It's been so long, I'm starting not to care. Are they really trying to milk us into purchasing prior season VOD/streaming in between these short length yet long interval 'seasons'? I know, fantastic cinematography, setting, acting, takes time, but couldn't they plan better so these feel more like TV shows and less like film series with increasing gaps in between? sigh. It generates an underlying resentment with some viewers, who suspect the producers are becoming arrogant and taking themselves too serious at the expense of devoted fans.
Well, I won't waste time re-iterating others' comments. However, when Walter began turning off the equipment after acknowledging his failure to complete his research, I flashed on the "Good Times" episode when Florida shatters the punch bowl and shrieks "Damn....DAMN.....DAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYM!!!!!!!!!!!!!" I thought Walter might have an emotional breakthrough and start throwing the equipment to the ground...but then I realized he's not wired like that. I wonder if we'll see him travel through the "5 stages" on future eps--perhaps Toby will have a hand in that.
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