Agent Carter is feminist without getting obnoxiously in your face. More Agent Carter!!
Such a great episode!I feel bad for the real Harrison, getting the life sucked out of him by Eobard was brutal.The real Harrison seemed like a nice guy.I wonder if, eventually when Barry finds out about all this, if that was the reason why he went back in time to when his mother died, hoping to kill Eobard and prevent his mothers death and Eobard from killing Harrison. At least that is what I think.I am surprised they let Eddie in on Barry's secret.Also any episode with Henry is a great episode.My mind was blown by the last few minutes! So good!
Sometimes there's so much going on in this show, I don't even think of the obvious things. But yes, I think it would be great if, when Barry goes back in time, that he's at least able to save Wells! I'm interested to get to know the real Wells. It was kind of fun seeing him in that romantic setting with his wife. And I completely agree about his dad! Any scene with Barry and Henry are bound to be the best scenes of the episode!
There definitely was a lot going on in this episode, but I think that just says how great the writing is. Yes, it felt a little bit rushed at times, but I would rather have a showrunner with too many ideas than too few. I actually enjoyed the Wells/Thawne flashback. It was a nice look into showing how Wells became the way he is, and causes quite a bit of sympathy for the real Wells. But it's also just hard to look at him the same now, also! It's clear that Eobard knows that Joe and Barry are on to him. He seems like a smart guy. So it'll be interesting to see how he plays this one out. I think it was necessary to reveal to Eddie that Barry is the Flash. At this point, Iris's safety is at risk, which is the last thing Joe and Barry want. Eobard could use her against them at any time. Being that Eddie lives with her, I think it's smart for him to know so he can keep a watch on her and keep her safe. Also, there was no other way he was going to lie to her about Mason. In the end, he could be an asset. I loved all the scenes between Barry and his dad. They have amazing father/son chemistry. All the time jumps are where I think things can get pretty confusing. But I'm definitely interested to see what happens in the rest of the season, especially after all those previews we saw! Though I really hope the scene with Thawne killing Cisco does not actually happen. It looks like they're going to be in that same setting once again. Cisco is one of the best characters on the show! I don't follow the comic books either, but I also hope Eddie doesn't turn into a bad guy. I actually enjoy him and Iris together. I think Barry is too good for her.
So...nothing for Sam yet again. Do any of these writers ever plan on writing something for Sam? Can they even write for Sam? Could we not get some writers who will actually try to understand the character of Sam and actually write for him. How I miss Sera Gamble, she wrote Sam beautifully. I think I'll read the reviews before bothering with this one.
So once again Sam has nothing to do with the story. Guess I'll be watching something else.
Bobby and Cas. Dean and Rowena. Sam and.......
I am really loving Hunter these last couple episodes. I love that, even with the small amount of time he's spent with Coulson, he knows for certain that no matter Coulson's reasons for doing things, his intentions are always good. They are definitely going to be a fun pairing to watch. May kicked some serious ass in this episode, and that's always great to watch. Her and Coulson's relationship is also one of the best aspects of the show. So I love that she helped him escape. Judging by the previews for next week, it doesn't seem like Gonzalez is doing much to convince me he's one of the good guys. He wants to put Skye and Coulson down. I also can't wait for Skye to get acquainted with the inhumans. I hope she gets to learn some of the stories about her mother helping them out. That would bring her some peace and closure. Also can't wait to be introduced to Lincoln next week! I agree about Jemma... It was nice to see her sort of redeem herself this week. When Bobbi first found her, I was concerned she was going to try to convince Jemma to join their side, since she was clearly already questioning some of the things happening around her. So it was great to see Jemma get the one up on her. And despite Mack's bad choice in sides to take, I loved that he still did what he had to do to save Fitz. They also have a really great friendship. After the agent shot at Skye, I think it became clear to Bobbi that the methods the "real" shield are willing to go to won't necessarily fly with her. So I think eventually she will find her way back to Coulson and his team, begging to come back. Since she's a regular on the show now, that would make sense. The flashback scenes with Bobbi, Mack, and Hartley were really great to watch though. It was interesting to learn how they all came together. And I'm also curious to see how this will all play in to Age of Ultron. If Fury reveals he's still alive in the movie, perhaps we will get to see him again before the season's end.
BEST EPISODE SO FAR, and i disagree, as one who has been there through the Whole Star Wars Saga, I was a teen in '77, I thoroughly enjoyed that bit and it was an homage, not a joke. I got some answers, but boy, now I have lots more, cannot wait to see how it all plays out. BRAVO!
Please get rid of Rowena! She is just a pain in the ass! She brings nothing to the show.
I haven't felt very positive in my opinion of how NCIS characters are being portrayed and used at times but I will say that I've enjoyed the McNozzo scenes that the last two episodes have had. Tony gives off a big brother vibe with McGee sometimes and that's always funny but nice. It did like that no one was sidelined in last nights episode too. Just wanted to say something nice for a change.
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