I watch this show, is so crazy and superficial but is funny to see adult woman acting like teenagers, Lisa Rinna and Eillen are so fake and materialistic, I cant believe they show there own lives to the world and feel proud about it what an example to young girls, about Brandi, I like her cause she seems genuine and she is very pretty, common kind of woman, Felicitaciones Brandi !!!!
With this being one of my Fav shows right now, this week episode really did not sit well with me.. Lexa's betrayal, it did not surprise me but personally it went against everything that she has said, done and believed in.. It showed her character to be weak.. I mean you sacrafice your people being blown to pieces for this mission, to turn around and make a deal to save your people and let the mountain men continue to do what they do.. I am baffled by this..
Definitely my all time favourite show - I liked the way it grew from an light entertainment procedural to a drama with procedural asides. The ensemble cast was perfect minus Fischer, The Abbott/Jane bromance was brilliant. All the characters were so 3 dimensional that you really grew to care for them and it is a shame those characterisations will not have another outlet. Tunney & Baker were brilliant capturing the awkwardness of coming together after being friends for so long, their scenes were tender and nuanced without falling for the obvious cliches. Yes White Orchids was the highlight - it was truly joyous and the proposal scene was searingly honest. Most dramatic moment for me was Vega's funeral and Jane saying he had to go. The most disappointing thing is that it ended - Series 7 was fantastic and I would love a follow up/special episode.
A greaaaaaat episode! Just wow, a great our of TV. Why fidn't they air this as a 2hour season finale????? I'll go and sleep through the week. Was I the only one who was hearing the "Ain't no Mountain high enough" tune when Clarke stood in front of the huge door?
After watching the promo last week, the one that read "the firm will be forever changed", I thought someone (Harvey or Donna) was going to leave the firm. I didn't think they meant Donna switching from Harvey's secretary to work across the hall for Louis.But I'm very curious to see Donna working for Louis. I'm sure it will be very fun and interesting.I'm actually glad Donna and Harvey didn't hook up yet. For me, they ruined the character of Rachel after her hook up with Mike. If you watch the first 2 seasons, you will see what I'm talking about (I re-watched the first 2 seasons last week). She was so fun like Donna. Now she's just Mike's girlfriend. The only interesting story line she had this season was the one with Logan. I hope she gets to shine in the next season.
This is my current fav show now that White Collar is no more. Love the dynamics of Specter, Donna, Mike, Louis etc. Such an awesome show and such an awesome finale. Looking forward to the next season eagerly
Kim needs to realise that if she took a prescription painkiller from someone else (her terminally ill ex, so presumably a really strong one) then she has stopped being sober and needs to start her count again. That's what sober means - no drugs, no booze. I would also like to say that if someone is struggling with sobriety then for the producers to keep her on a show where alcohol is the principal lubricant (these women drink everywhere and anytime) is irresponsible of them. On the other hand it has given me a new respect for people who are really sober in modern society. We really are awash with drink.
I am pretty sure that the next few weeks of SHIELD are going to lead up to Avengers 2, as I have said before. Baron Von Struecker was mentioned in this episode, who was seen at the end of Cap America 2 - it is rumoured that the opening of Avengers 2 will be an assault on his base (also rumoured that some of the Agents might make appearances in the film).And I like the theory that Bobbie and Mack are working for Stark - he would so be keeping an eye on the SHIELD survivors.I wouldn't mind betting we see an Avenger appear soon-ish in one of the episodes, or one of those supporting them such as Maria Hill. In theory, they don't know Coulson is still alive. And as Joss Whedon is both show-runner of Shield, and director of Avengers 2, I cant see there not being a cross over of some sort...
Very intense and great episode. I usually hate prison episodes in any show but this was actually very well done. The prisoners where portrayed as individuals not all evil. JHL nailed her scene leaving the prison. Good to see Morgan not being supeman.
This was probably the worst and most senseless episode of The 100 run, the only but massive mistake. The objective of the Lexa and the war was to END the mountain men. Her speech about ending their reign of terror was what it was always about for Lexa, the long term victory, no saving a few trapped grounders inside. Remember just a day ago she LET 250 of her people be bombed, so victory over the Mountain Men could be assured. And she would abandon that objective and sacrife to save like 50-60 grounders inside?!!!!!! RIDICULOUS and illogical!! Not to mention at the cost of breaking a strategic military alliance, a betrayal to the leader of her allies and the woman she loves, and breaking their own law of 'blood must be blood', where justice and all the terror they've done on her people had to be payed in blood. That was her war chant, their law, and intrinsic part of the purpose. Not abandoning a sure victory (cause they were ALREADY IN and outnumbered vastly the Mountain Men> 300 vs 10000?!) for some short term saving of a few. That goes against what her character has characterized since day one: the greater good and long term goals over the sacrifice of a few. This was the very opposite of that! And so much for them not queerbating the audience and being all 'progressive'. They go and do this, so they don't actually have to show the big LGBT couple they promoted so much...a second after they kiss. Pffttt...when that relationship had so much promise and was so well developed, they trash it before it takes off. Just another show in a long list of show to use the LGBT comminuty for a ratings stunt. I stupidly thought The 100 was finally the one that would not do that. How foolish of me.Think I might be tunning out of this show, after being a hardcore fan from day one, but this episde was just to wrong on so many levels, that i think it is beyond repair. I am profoundly disappointed.
what shipping? I was talking about the story and the failure to make it logical. that includes the whole promo of the LBGT angle saying it was for real when it was a stunt. I was calling them out on that, the whole mess of the episode. Not for shipping purposes. I'm not a dumb teen who 'teams/ships'. I watch it for the story and tonight they have so many contradictions and twists-over-plot development, that it is disappointing. I thought they had better showrunners/writers than that. Guess i was wrong.
I think you are wrong in one assumption: Lexa basically won the war for her people with minor loses The deal was not only about getting the captured Grounders back. When Cage "cures" his people with Sky People bone marrow, the Mountain does not have to capture Grounders and create Reapers anymore. So - she removed the MM threat and destroyed Sky People as competitors and potential enemies. And more - we do not yet know the details of the deal Dante offered her. So - this is a ruthless and cold decision, but it is in accordance with Lexa character to choose her people over love. And worst - Clarke deep down understands it... The question now is what can Clarke do?
Or Lexa created a larger threat. With the marrow allowing the mountain men to be outside; the Grounders not only lose their largest advantage against the Mountain Men--but the MM no longer have a reason not to wipe out the Grounders. Since the MM consider the ground their inheritance either getting rid of the Grounders entirely or turning them into slaves would likely be their next logical step.
Actually, by giving them the sky people, the mountain people never ever have to kidnap grounders again. They needed the grounders for the temporary relief their blood gave them, but the sky people blood is permanent. Not a bad deal considering no lives have to be lost in the attack, they get their people back, and TWO threats are neutralized: the sky people with their losses and the mountain people who no longer need to prey on grounders.
Why is the sky people blood permanent? I missed that their blood was different then the grounders. Interesting. You'd think it would be the opposite.
Actually it's their bone marrow. With the sky people bone marrow, they never have to have another transfusion again. They said it was because the sky people lived on the space station for so long and constantly exposed to radiation that they built up a higher than normal tolerance to it.
They mentioned in an earlier episode the Arkers were genetically engineered at some point in the past, which is why their bodies are a permanent solution. The showrunners want to explore this plotline more, but haven't had enough time with the short number of episodes per season.
Story comes first shipping isn't this show's main goal u were let down by your own desires not where the show naturally progresses
I think you miss the fact that the MM had more missles and that was surely one more negotiating point. Don't you think Lexa is sick of thr war? Or her people dying and suffering?I understand your point and your anger but Lexa made the choice she had to for her people. For their future. It's ugly but that is war.
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