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Vikings Season 3 Episode 2 Review: The Wanderer

I think Harbard has something to do with Athelstan's crucifixion. Ragna will take the boats AROUND and surprise Burgreds army. Lagertha: Epic character, though I prefer her fighting as she did in my number one Vikings episode: The beach battle in ep five, season one. Natural beauty right there! She's definitely gonna hook up with Ecbert and learn the old English, live together and eventually have children to rival Ragnas and Aslaugs. Unless Ragna kills him first. Athelstan is a hard character to read, he might give in to Judith, he should. Her confession was comical to be honest. She could have just done the deed there and then, nobody was present and because it's a church, their love would have been blessed lol 😁

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Vikings Season 3 Episode 2 Review: The Wanderer

I was actually touched by Kwenthrith's scene with Ragnar where she described her rape by her Uncle and brother-how awful. I don't like/trust her but great acting. She is definitely crazy, though. I'm assuming that Torstein is going to Valhalla. I did NOT like the way that Lagertha acted around King Ecbert. A bit out of character I thought-hard to describe-almost like a teenager. The Wanderer I can't figure out and the connection at the end with Athelstan's stigmata bleeding had me freaked out. Going back to Athelstan-did he not lose his virginity to Siggy's daughter (Thyri) in Uppsala when he had all those mushrooms??? Maybe I'm wrong.

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I'm so seriously addicted to this show! It's awesome. Every character is just so watchable. One thing I don't get. Andre seems to have so little connection with the rest of his immediate family aside from his father. I see scenes with his mum worrying about Jamal and Hakeem and also saying the only thing she wants is to love her three baby boys - but i never see her display any interaction or affaction with Andre at all. I also never see him have any human moments with his brothers, its almost as if they are strangers who are business colleagues, rather then growing up together. And in the flashbacks, we did see him singing with his father. I think he does get that world, but its like he is repressed or outcasting himself. The last two episodes featuring him have been really sad. Jamal's rendition of that song, and the way they edited it was just pure genius. With alll three brothers, uncle and Cookie giving their support. It was so powerful. And Luscious looking down like the Emperor. The only character I don't like in the show is Anika, and it's because it feels like they haven't given us any reason to like her in any way. Even Luscious, although you think he's a shit, you still see his charisma, and drive and backstory. With her it's just ... i dont know doesnt fit properly. If she was gone no one would miss her. Hakeem coming over to congratualte his brother was so awesome and also Camilla is awesome! Naomi Campbell will never stop stunning!

Marissa

I had no idea that Ra's al Ghul was a title. I always thought it was a name. I'm not surprised that Ra's wasn't angry at Oliver and didn't try to kill him and knew that it was actually Malcolm's fault for Sarah's death. Ra's is truly an honorable man. I was surprised though that he wants Oliver to become the next Ra's al Ghul. I think Oliver will turn him down but you still never know. So I can't wait to find out what happens next. I am an Olicity shipper. I love the idea of Felicity and Oliver together but I don't think they can truly be together until like the very end of the show. When like this whole thing is over or at least when Oliver can fully be there for her. So until then I am totally ok with her and Ray together. I love Ray Palmer and he and Felicity make so much sense. He can be there for her fully and he is just better for her at least right now he is. Unlike everyone else besides Barry he is on her level of intelligence and he's also kind of awkward at times. Plus he's very attractive so that's a plus. I can't wait to see where their relationship goes from here.

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Is Bailey's pregnant patient Shawnee Smith?

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Nevermind it is Gia from Full House, Marla Sokoloff

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I think it was Michaela who killed Rebecca, because she was driven over the edge by what had happened and blamed Rebecca, so she killed her.

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I loved the finale and i´ve loved your reviews. Please keep doing it next season.
The Becca twist is hurful and i hope the fetus self-abort because we don´t need to see that but i also want Abby to stay with Will. I think he is better for her than Jake. As good as Paul and Lisa are together, the show can´t be about them getting back together. There is much more we need to see.

Shazzz

I kept thinking what a waste of Amanda Plummer ….I also think Liz is conflicted about Red…but Liz is an awful pain

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How to Get Away with Murder Season Finale: The Killer Is... Dead?!?

So in a way Sam did kill Lila by having Frank do it for him! I am REALLY upset that Rebecca was killed, she is so beautiful and mixed up you had to root for her. It's not nice that a young girl was murdered but Lila was not appealing at all and what she EVER saw in Sam is far beyond me.

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Suits Season 4 Episode 15 Review: Intent

Dear Chandel - in your article you ask the question "why now", a question I too wondered about, so I thought I'd share my thoughts as to 'why now'. I think this was the first time where Harvey realized he could genuinely truly lose Donna, and in a way he wouldn't be able to bear to watch/live with (as he said himself, the thought of her going to prison made him want to fall to his knees) and I think it was this harsh, aweful realization of potentially losing her to prison that really brought out how he truly feels about her and made him be more honest about it. Well, those are just my thoughts - keen to know what yours were.