Delena is way too boring at this point. They need to make a serious change if they want to keep viewers, so I do think they should be on the road to a breakup. Their whole relationship just seemed forced ever since the sire bond storyline. The show needs to go back to their original story line with Stelena at the forefront. They were way better together.
Snow and Charming made a big mistake, when Snow said it, it sounded as the biggest understatement of the century! I think the point here is that heroes and villains are simply human...so no-one can be 100% good or bad.
What about the Mother from HIMYM,, even though everybody probably wants to forget about the HIMYM series finale
Hard for me to believe a show with such brilliant production standards is on a basic cable channel! Vikings is worthy of HBO or Showtime or FX or AMC. Well done, History Channel!
Random thoughts about "Plan B" and the second season of "Helix" in no particular order: 1) Why did the writers of "Helix" even bother to bring back Dr. Hiroshi Hatake and Sergio Balleseros only to waste these two great characters in such crappy and insulting ways? 2) So 30 some years in the future, Julia returns to the same island she gave the impression as if that was her first time being there, and when she is taken to the destroyed Abbey she acts as if she is seeing the place for the first time in her life. 3) Peter has abandoned all of his medical principles and will now wantonly kill innocent people all in order to become the new leader/demigod of the cult? Okay. 4) How is it possible that the cult conveniently had this very impressive state of the art incubator just sitting around, but yet the breeding area under the Abby was so incredibly primitive? 5) Wouldn't it have been nice to have some sort of an explanation as to how the immortals actually became immortal, how Hatake ended up on the island, how Alan learn about the island, and its possible significance to Ilaria - rather than wasting all of this season dragging out Michael's boring backstory, and resorting to lame plot twists of incest, hand jobs and a Jonestown like mass murder simply for shock value. 6) I'm guessing that was Landry dragging the angry and deformed Amy away. Will they finally end up being couple now? 7) I know Michael was immortal, but 30 plus years with no water and food, and he was in remarkably great shape, aside from needing a bath and a change of clothes when Julia rescued him. 8) While the first season of "Helix" occasionally wandered off into seemingly unrelated story lines, it was so much more entertaining and worth the effort of watching, as apposed to this season, which quite frankly sucks horribly.
It is such a fake episode. A Wheel Chair DOD Analyst part of a raid? A NCIS agent who gossips more than does anything useful? And hardly anything Navy-related?
I was surprised they actually went through with the Amanda Clarke reveal. I thought that maybe the hitwoman Margaux called off would do the hit anyway to spite her, and that it would happen right when Emily was about to reveal her identity.
NCIS Bishop's gossip and bland relationship with her Husband is even worse.
The best part of the show was the hacked emails. I loved everyone's reactions, like Kalinda and Harold (?). I don't think the dynamic of the show will change much with Alicia as SA. After all, Cary was an ASA at one point going up against the team so I doubt it will be that different. Except for more political issues since Alicia is StateKs Attorney not ASA, and their are many contributors who want something aka Bishop.
If Stevie had blamed Emily last week for the whole farce with Jack and the trial (which wouldn't have been unreasonable), then I would have enjoyed her principled stand this week. But instead, it was such a 180 from last week's 'you saved my family how can I ever repay you', that my head is still spinning. I have to admit it also annoys me that pushing Jack and Emily's relationship forward is now influencing all the plot lines. In this case I felt like it corrupted her coming out as Amanda, because they put Jack as her only support, whereas staying true to characters, it should have been Jack, David and Nolan together with her at this pivotal moment.
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