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I'll miss the relationships between the 4 main characters. The most precious thing is the deep affection between Mozzie and Elizabeth. He is always concerned with the well-being of "Mrs. Suit". They were all great characters, well portrayed. It's hard to say 'good bye' to such a well done show.

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In truth, the affair portion of this series is over. The two deviants are now not with their marital partners. Their marriages are essentially nil. The question now is what constitutes the co-lateral damage. In Noah's case a family in which the children are permanently disrupted. Will Helen lash out at Noah for his complete treachery? What will Cole do? Will he just sit by and be taken over the coals by his harlot ex-wife? I have no doubt that Alison and Noah will pair up, since that was the thrust of the series. What needs to be resolved is what happened to Scotty, and who commissioned or carried it out. With their varying tales, the deviant pair is hiding something, we just don't know what. Is it possible that the differing stories are intentionally different because the two cheaters have rehearsed it that way. Since they probably are together, have they not ample time to concoct the differing tale, so as to make it seem that neither is guilty or throw the detective off the scent of the real guilty party (Helen and Max)?

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The 100 Season 2 Episode 8 Review: Spacewalker

I must say that last nights' episode brought tears to my eyes. I cant believe that a TV Show could have done that to me. My heart was so broken. I never expected Finn to turn himself over to the "grounders" and neither did I expect Clarke to kill him. At the same time I can understand why she did it. After all, it would have been too painful to see him being tortured. But what I cant get is why the grounders are so hard-headed. No one is ever willing to just listen to the 'arkers' much less to see that they just want to live- that's why they came to earth in the first place. This show is so interesting. It has so many twists and turns that causes me to have so many emotions all at the same time. Finn's death made me so sad but at the same time - made me wonder what kind of relationship Clarke will now have with Raven and the rest of her people. Looking forward to the resumption of the show in January 2015. Still want to know what will happen to those at Mount Weather. How will things turn around as it relates to the Octavia and Lincoln. Cant wait...

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Arrow Round Table: What's Next for Starling City?

"Protect him from the punishment of the grave" will do just that for Oliver. He will return and perhaps have learned a lesson: the boy becomes a man, He is after all the lead arrow. I'm just hanging on to Ollies' admission that he loves Felicity. That to me is the bigger of the cliffhangers.

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When you have an entire episode full of flashbacks on two main characters only,you know who will be kicking the bucket at the end!That and the episode title gave it away for me.When raven gave clarke that knife/scalpel,i really thought she was going to kill lexa for a moment but when i saw clarke's face when she asked to say goodbye,i knew exactly what was going to happen.Nevertheless,it was tragic and gut-wrenching!
What i love about this show is that even though sometimes the twists are a bit predictable like this episode,they execute it such a unique and unorthodox way-it makes the watch worthwhile!
I can't wait to see raven-clarke confrontation or how it's going to affect clarke moving forward!Brilliant episode,one of the best written shows on-air at present IMO!

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Stalker Round Table: Perry's Commuppance

I prefer Amanda with her current boyfriend maybe because I love the actor who plays the role.
The only problem I have with the show is the lack of team dynamics. They are so cold toward each other that I fail to connect with them.

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The 100 Season 2 Episode 8 Review: Spacewalker

I guess I am one of the few people sad to see Finn die. I really liked his charector and I am not keen on the Clarke, Bellamy pairing. While I get that killing is wrong, no one is innocent of that in all the sectors. It was kill or be killed with the whole grounders army attacking a group of teenagers who were just trying to survive without trying to understand what was happening with them or if they posed any danger to them as a people. This also leaves me wondering if there is not enough land to accommodate returning races who had previously abandoned earth because of the bombing. This is supposed to be post apocalyptic world with reduced population. In my opinion the grounders set the whole killing spree into motion because they started the attacks and should at least partly take responsibility for the death of their people. After all if the 100 hadn't taken a stand to fight for their lives, they would have all died. I hoped that by mid season finale, the different sectors would have started to take steps towards realising that they all had a part to play in the way things unfolded to find a way forward.

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Person of Interest Season 4 Episode 10 Review: The Cold War

I love the young Greer (Emrhys Cooper). I swear he sound exactly like Ewan McGregor. Even sort of looks like him. He has a new fan. :)

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The 100 Season 2 Episode 8 Review: Spacewalker

This is by no means a complaint, but Finn's death does serve to forward Clarke's character development, which is pretty much the plot of every 'man-pain' story ever written. Interesting reversal here.

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@ Lissa

Yes, it seems that was Finn's only purpose this season. And good point!

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@ Melissa

Thanks! It's not a perfect analogy--Finn had waaaaay more character development than most of the women who are fridged as a plot device and I think there was a at least a definite intention on the writer's part to bring his story full circle--but it will definitely be interesting to see where Clarke goes from here.

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NCIS Season 12 Episode 10 Review: House Rules

I have to say I enjoyed the show immensely. It kept my interest and I like the way we were in McGee's apartment as he wrote an endearing letter to his father; stating that he had a better understanding what his father's went through raising him and loved him. It was a real tearjerker that Sean Murray accomplished splendidly.