If anyone knows the general history of the time, and the plot of the Dumas' novel, things felt a lot scarier in the finale for several of the characters. The writers did a REALLY good job in that respect. They managed to heighten suspense while not really changing the important details of history. Well done! If this had been a series finale, it would also have worked w/the novel, where Aramis decides to retreat to a monastery.
Let me put all your minds at ease; this is the last season of Revenge. Rightly it should be given how much the show has gone down hill. Realistically Victoria should be dead but this is television. We are talking about the last episode and it is title " Two Graves" and it could mean that at the last second Victoria shows up and kills Emily/Amanda but right before Em's dies, Em's can stab Victoria and they end up sharing graves side by side. Then again Amanda/ Emily could be saved by her father. He could sacrifice himself for her giving the fact that he has cancer. Their is a reason why they are doing the cancer storyline at this time. Its so close to the end. Notice that her father was not shot or stab at least not yet. Furthermore I do not want Bemily together. I never trusted the guy from the first episode and I don't trust him now. Lets face it if they were to end up together now it would only be because he is Emily/Amanda second choice. Based on the last meeting he was not to thrill with Emily/ Amanda. To put them together now would be very unrealistic in my opinion. Nolan's new boy toy definitely has an agenda . I just don't know what it is. I have a feeling it will end it with Nolan behind bars. Maybe the two besties can share a cell. At least then they could be together. I always suspected that Mason would return at some point but I suspected it to be a lot sooner. How d id he knew where to find Emily? Is Victoria pulling his strings also? Even if it is from beyond the grave. I will say if she is dead she left some masterful plans in motion. That witch was always crafty! For the record Emily/Amanda Clark had never crossed the murder line unlike Victoria . If you recall she killed a woman in the presence of her son Daniel and Conrad and she also murdered Aiden with the help of an assistant. I would love for Em's to have some happiness when its all said and done. I can't help but to recall something that I heard a little while ago. They said if Emily got her way with the Grayson's she would not end happily and if she did not get her way she would end up happily. I guess she was not destine to have a happy ending. That is a real shame because if any one deserves happiness its Emily/Amanda Clark. I hope that the show does not end with everyone dead and Victoria left standing. I would not be surprise. I wish that it was possible that their could be a fifth season. I am going to miss commenting on the show and reading other fans comments as well. How sad that the show had so much promise and has to end so poorly. Then again that seems to be how all my shows are ending lately. I wish Emily Vancamp good luck in the future and will be looking for her in whatever project she ends up in next. I loved her in Everwood, Captain America, and Revenge. I will continue to love her in whatever she ends in next. Go Girl! I love you hugs and kisses..PS: I would like her to end with Jack but I don't see that happening. I just hope that she does not end up in prison , dead or alone. Would it be something if Charlotte was the one that attacked Victoria in the parking lot? Just food for thought...
I enjoyed, but man, was that twisted! We need more answers into Season 8. Lots more to learn. Liked Martha coming to talk to Kate. My favorite scene.
My heart broke with Ralph in the car saying "He's my friend." after hearing the discussion on the radio saying Walter wouldn't make it.
Aiden gone? That heart pulling scene took my jaw to the floor! Klaus! Oh boy i can't wait to see who among his siblings gets to receive his first wrath, woe on to him/her! I know we've been discussing him being daggered and all but i really didnt expect it to happen like this. I hope he doesnt stay out for long. I can't also help but wish them to bungle the whole Dahlia thing only to realize that they can't bring her down without Klaus. I hated how they all plotted behind his back to take him down, his paranoid was insane but still well founded. I dont trust Freya an inch! That said i also can't wait to see how they work on taking Dahlia down without the presence of Klaus the omnipotent breathing down their necks. wow talk about breathing space. Cami. why did we need a klaus/cami tease again? she bores me to death and most of the time i forget that she is even a member of the cast. Talk about forced intimate moments!!
nina.....please come back...we need u..
Theo didn't take Joe's huge ego into account. I just wish Joe would finally meet his demise. (With out giving Theo the code word.) Also tired of Mark and Daisy, unless they unwittingly help thwart Theo's plans. Ryan needs to get a hold on himself because Theo isn't going to give up. Gwen being pregnant is another snag in his life. I was really hoping that Mike and Max would catch Tom so we could move that story line along. It looks like Joe gets a hold of Ryan-AGAIN-next week,please let Joe go away!
I'm kinda surprised that the story with Romero and Norma and the bad guy has kinda taken a back seat to focus more on the family dynamic of Norma, Caleb, Dylan and Norman. As I said last week, we all know what Norman's end game is--which is killing his mother--but it is interesting to see what is leading up to that point. I have to question if there would even be a show if Norma is killed off.
Romero eloquently told Paris' henchman "I will kick your ass someday and I will enjoy it". His picture is in the dictionary under "badass"
I may be in the minority but I liked the episode, maybe because I never expected it to tie up all the loose ends. They never seem to do that all in one shot so I was happy with the answers we got. I also liked how Kate, Martha, and Alexis were by Castle side throughout this. Yes, the story is far fetched but this is TV. Who really gets kidnapped on their wedding day? They answered just enough and kept enough open to keep this story going for a while. Beckett's mother's murder played out over six seasons. I can see this mystery going on for at least another season. I only hope we get a season 8 to see it all continue.
Last episode ended with someone circling Amanda's picture with a sharpie. Was that Conrad? We never saw him die on screen. I have a feeling next week in the last episode, Victoria will still be alive and Conrad will return. It could have been Mason as well, as he had a deal for writing Amanda's story before she revealed it on National TV. More likely person : Conrad or Mason? I agree on all counts about Margaux and Louise being batshit crazy.
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