I totally agree with you that someone should've been killed off and that someone is Josh.
Wow where are all the comments at? Everybody must still be away from TV Fanatic because of the stupid surveys and constant pop ups that are part of the site now. anyhow, this was a great opener but I can't believe the reviewer didn't touch on what I think were the two most interesting parts of the whole episode. the scene when Lucian and Klaus we're drinking from that woman showed some crazy visions and showed what appeared to be some kind of fanged beast at the very last second.THIS is something that really has me interested, as I have been thinking to myself this show really needs to introduce some kind of monster monster.With kickass practical effects / prosthetics.Im getting hella tired of all the human looking threats that populate VD and The Originals.I hope this creature will be some sort of Ancient beast of some kind,something that is OLDER and STRONGER than the originals themselves. And the second thing the reviewer didn't mention was the very ending with that lady in what appeared to be some kind of Shaolin Temple? What was that all about? That had me really scratching my head at the end of the episode... Oh and how great was the beginning of this episode with the flashback including all of the originals and the original actors? although I don't recall if that was the original Finn actor or not. if it was it just goes to show how much great chemistry all of the original actors have together, and quite honestly I wish the originals show was set in that old time.Kinda like the era in which that horrible show reign takes place in ;)
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The Vampire Diaries and The Originals were doing so well by killing off Luke and Aiden. All they had left to kill off was Josh and the shows would've been watchable again. Now they've ruined that by adding on Mary Louise and Nora. The only consolation is that Mary Louise and Nora are villains so they will obviously be eventually killed off. I only hope that it's very soon.
'scuse me. Where are the calls for impeachment? Isn't that what happens to Presidents who cheat?
Wayyyy too much mention of Elena in this episode for me. at the rate they are talking about her it feels like she will show up within this season already 👎. This might just be me but the show felt more like it had more of a female presence than ever before.Mama Salvatore,Bonnie,Caroline,and the 3 heretic gals. and I was kind of surprised to see one heretic die already. kind of crappy if they are going to be the main big bad this season they don't seem like they will be hard to kill when all you gotta do is get close enough to rip out their heart.
I was totally hoping that Fitz was signing his letter of resignation. That would have stuffed Mellie good and proper. It would have followed on so well from him telling Cyrus that he didn't work in the White House. I was longing for him to say, "and neither do I."
This episode was very well done; however, I found myself disappointed that the writers forgot Grey's anatomy lessons. It could have served as a great framing tool for the whole episode if they used it at the begging and end of each episode. She could have lectured about the liver this time or something.
I loved loved the episode wonderfully done i didn't like how they handled ronnie's death but that's okay it happens i have a strong feeling about this season oh and very nice review!
One of my biggest problems with the show (and it showed up in this review) is the idea of the Arrow being a murderer -- a big deal has been made about it. A murderer is someone who kills for thrill or sport or just to end a life. A murderer is someone who kills without reason. When the Arrow has killed it was someone who was "above" the law and the system failed to do its job. When he started showing mercy, several times it came back to bite him in the behind. He is justice when legal justice fails, and from what we saw in the first episode, legal justice has become corrupt. He is a killer, not a murderer. My two cents worth, I wouldn't mind if Felicity is the one in the grave. Oliver is boring with her and when she finally got the guy she wanted, she showed she really only wanted the one behind the mask.
this is why viola davis won the emmy. she plays such a convoluted and complex character who can easily go from feeble needy woman who needs and craves the attention of men, to a incoherent drunk who looks like she has just been wrecked by booze and fat hood, to the epitome of strength, callousness & cold hearted woman at work and in the court room. so much range. so twisted how she comes from one character to the next and displays such ability to expand and take on a Detailed persona of such width.
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