My favorite moment was Klaus being puzzled that he was being the sensible one, that was too funny. I find the hillbilly swampdwelling werewolves a pack of whiny yawns. With poor hygiene. And Jackson is one of those wimpy emo alt rock boys; he doesn't deserve our warrior princess as a mate.
Reality AddictAs a joke, I once made a hall pass list to give to my wife. There were 10 names on the list. These were women who I thought projected to be really "hot". Among them were names like Rene Russo, Michelle Pfieffer, etc. They were well into their late 40's and some into the 50's. I don't believe that hotness or sex appeal is confined to young women. I believe that physical beauty like good wine, needs some time to age. I am a lucky man, my spouse is a head turner that I believe is more beautiful today, than when I first saw her as a junior in college. A couple of days ago, I gave the example of the redheaded friend I made before I was married. A question was raised whether my wife would act similarly. The answer is I don't know. It depends upon a lot of factors, included mutual physical and emotional attraction. In the case of my wife, I met her at a Frat. party when I was already out of college for several years. She was not particularly attracted to me nor my football reputation. The fact that I was in Med. School had some appeal but not that much. I was smitten by her appearance. I wrote to her biweekly. I did this for 3 years before she consented to go out on a date. Today, that would probably be considered to be stalking(as an aside, she kept all the letters. I MEAN ALL). It is curious that I still write love notes rather than text or message. I just think that it is more intimate to put pen to paper.We got married 5 years after that first meeting. It is now 25 years post Frat. party, and still happy. My wife heard this line somewhere and believes fully in it. She believes that the man should chase the gal until she allows him to catch her. That describes my life to a tee. My wife gave me a chance when she thought I was ready. She really is that much smarter than me.
What song was played during the end? I usually recognize the song played during the final scene, however, I could not tell which song this is. Does anybody know?
In true Originals fashion, they are showing us that a woman can be strong, a leader, important, and IN CHARGE.... so long as she marries a man to do it. Goodness gracious, someone hit these people over the head with a feminism textbook.
Please go sign my petition to save this amazing show https://www.change.org/p/fox-r...
I absolutely hate Anne. A one note Villan with no dimension. Same with Theresa and Eve.
Sorry, I can't join you in warming up to Kitty. She's a boring energy sink in every scene and it feels as if she was added to the show for some non-literary reason, like a producer paid off his gambling debt by hiring his bookie's daughter.
I just looked up "shipping" - O...K...This cult following has been the core of its ongoing production - think Doctor Who, the Dark Years. Also, because it's one of the strongest shows on that broadcasting channel means it has little relative competition, thus its continued survival. They don't WANT to get rid of it, nothing to fill the void. Plus many original fans hold on to the hope it would return to its glory Seasons 1-5, then wrap itself up nicely. This latest season seems to be going down that path, though the producers/show-runners keep stringing us along. Meanwhile DVR's/downloads/streaming keep the show's numbers up without viewers making a hard/fast commitment on when/whether to actually watch. I once skipped a whole season, watching parts a year later over a 'marathon' two week session - still sucked, but I reluctantly went forward gathering up the next season. So far, this one is doing better, let's hope it goes out gracefully and does the series some justice.
What is shaw's real life name???
I liked the episode but he should have taken DNA testing
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