I agree on just about everything about this season and the characters that are not the people we watched for seven seasons.Martha has been a major disappointment to me she has always come up with the best heartfelt advise this year it is the worst.I do not need to go through every character we all know what's what,Kate and Rick have always been my favorite tv duo,before and after they became a couple.They both had strengths and weaknesses,but both came through in the end.This year they have thrown out a loving married couple and gave us angst,they gave us people that are unrecognizable and made people hate them.I will watch for the reasons that were stated by article and I will pray that somehow they will return with people we know and love,Kate will face some fallout for her bad choice,not break them up again but something must be addressed and Rick needs to get back his best days when standing up to Kate made her come to her senses,being a doormat is not a great thing to watch.They are a strong fierce couple that can face anything together in love and fighting crime.The two parter of season seven taking down 3XK showed us this.Bring back the real Castle before it's too late.
It has been twice that The Originals and The Vampire Diaries haven't had roundtables so I really hope for this weeks episodes it will.
I saw Penguin gran the umbrella from the car, but when it was shown with/in Galavan, no clue what Penguin had done to/with it. Also, think they (intentionally?) left out key parts of Bruce's talks with Silver, & didn't get anything special of dolphin stuff. Also, why have Tabitha save Silver, but (that I can recall) no mention of Barbara? Also, no mention of where Chikilis or any other police head might be going. (I for 1 am waiting to see how & when Gordon gets an actual in-department promotion instead of just leading a "task force" that literally dies just as quickly.) Lastly, two "Wasted" awards for this episode/season: What may have been Mr. Freeze (will he have Arnold's accent?) & the amazing Ron Rifkin, limited to about a line an episode.
Nasim Pedrad wasn't the one fired from SNL for dropping the f bomb. That was Jenny Slate. Nasim was on there for 5 seasons.
I am absolutely annoyed with having Alex plead guilty.Liam sold this to her as making the real terrorists think things are going their way...but the real terrorists know they framed Alex,and Alex knows she's been framed...why in the world would she plead guilty?Basically,Alex being under arrest lets the real perps think things are going their way,but her pleading guilty tells them that they are being played. I have suspected Liam of being a bad guy pretty much from the beginning,but I have the feeling we are supposed to think him immune from suspicion. Having first proclaimed her innocence via the underground webcast and now having pleaded guilty in court.Alex will be known for the rest of her life as a liar no matter which time anyone believed her.These eggs can't be unscrambled and they serve no good purpose. I have watched every episode so far,but that guilty plea for the first time made me wonder if it's worth tuning in any more.
Priyanka Chopra is awful actress
I love this show it is so damn goofy and dumb but against all odds entertaining as hell! Couple points! Was that a Snuggie they had Bruce in? Bruce should have called silver a trifling ho! Seemed appropriate for the situation. Or he could have at least laid one on her you are about to die dude! Give me some sugar baby! Is Alfred Wolverine? He could have at least pulled a predator and said he had no time to bleed and what not. Why have Jim bobbers kill Galavan just to insinuate he will be back kind of takes away from the act? I wish emo penquin would have shoved the umbrella elsewhere would have made final scene hilarious!
You were pretty close to the bullseye on your review! The only thing I'm not sure on is why would Simon get kicked out for turning someone in who broke the law. Dr. Langdon falsified evidence and she was willing to kill to keep her secret buried. Unless him going behind FBI's back and hurting the FBI's credibility and causing a major PR storm is the reason they kicked him out. I do agree with the other NATs though he set a serial killer free, but legally Simon did the right thing. By the way the guy on the left by Anjuanue Ellis is Dougary Scott and who was suppose to play Liam but for replaced by Josh Hopkins.
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James Olsen needs to go back to Metropolis and take Kara's pining for him with him.
he has been such a BORE and we see no reason why kara keeps wetting herself over him aside from the fact that he is a thick slab of hunky man meat. it's so odd because Mehcad Brooks was so good in USA's "Necessary Roughness" as playboy TK and was quite charming with a killer body and smile. to see him so indifferent and without charm makes me assume the writers are doing such a bad job of getting to pull that charm out of his character. and Kara being this poor little nerdy grl who can't get the guy she wants is a little unbelievable given how beautiful and sexy Melissa Benoist is. Men in real life would be falling over themselves to be with her so for her to play this persona of "never having any luck with men" is a little disingenuous and cliche.
Ha, yeah I am hanging by a thread with this show and this is one of the reasons cause right out the gate we have to have a love interest Drama! That and the fact James is a GQ model makes it worse come on this is not the CW! The worst though was the Neutron episode where they had to name drop Superman 30 times! It was like a drinking game.
Yeah it seems to me that the title of the finale episode clearly gives away who the killer is.. Which is kind of a let down.
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