You're going to be eating your hat. Madilene Stowe said herself, Victoria is dead. She will only be appearing in flashbacks for the rest of the season. I don't necessarily hope for a happy ending, but Amanda going to jail for Vicky's murder would be an unsatisfying ending. Also, not to mention a waste of the 4 years I've spent watching this show. Is there a way neither of them can win? That would be the best way in my opinion. Also, what about the reappearance of, dear sister Charlotte? Will she be on Amanda's side. I hope so, but I'm not holding my breathe. Lastly, what is up with Louise? I just can't wrap my head around that character. Although, I think Margaux's alligence to Victoria is stupid. I can at least understand it, kind of. Louise just makes no sense to me. She did such an unbelievable flip flop. It's such a joke.
I think it was mostly Dougal's fault that Jamie thought his sister had a child with Randall.
Tennessee3501 • a few seconds ago In the final seconds of Season 5, Eli asked Alicia if she would consider running for the office of State's Attorney of Cook County. After waiting all Summer, we finally learn that after Alicia initially declines to run, she is persuaded to do so by the corrupt manner in which Cary is wrongfully prosecuted by the incumbent State's Attorney. Eli even gets the real Valerie Jarrett (in a cameo) to encourage her to run. Alicia runs and wins. In "The Deconstruction" Alicia withdraws in less than 60 seconds and the story about the campaign ends very abruptly! Too abruptly! It makes you wonder if the writers planned this all along which, in my opinion, would constitute a rip-off, or in the alternative, the writers responded to the hostile comments about the campaign that were appearing all over social media, including, but not limited to this website. Either way, the campaign ending was so disappointing and much too sudden! I cannot imagine who will purchase the DVD other than die hard fans knowing what the ultimate ending to the campaign will be. The only bright spot is that we are left with a Jesuit in The Papacy in Rome and a Jesuit in the office of State's Attorney of Cook County!
I thought in interviews I read that Madeline Stowe confirmed that she is dead and won't be returning to Revenge. If the show ends with Victoria as the winner; I'll be pissed! Or maybe they'll have a spin off series with Nolan as the one who seeks revenge for Amanda.
Yes, Victoria is really dead, Madeline confirmed it. I don't know what planet Miranda is on.
you didn't miss the sex scenes??? I reckon you may have been the only one who didn't
I can't say this enough...I love the BFF status between Regina and Emma. More Remma please!
I truly do have frustrations at this point with the show, and I loved it there for a while. I am a bit weary of the no answers, twists and turns away from any true mythology base that the show started with, that now seems like a soap opera of "dan dan dannnnn" every time someone sees 'yet another villain' or worse, there is again another twist to the endless twists of fate. Not going anywhere, but endless circles, with Gold (in or out), Snow and Charming (good or bad?), Belle in love with whom and why (??) Robin who can't leave his first love, but can't go with Regina because of Zelena who's back…and the endless heart holding business….this has happened so many times, you'd think it would stop being a surprise to anyone it's happening again…It's exhausting. While the two tier show program of Neverland, or of "Enchanted forest", where they bounced back and forth of other dimensions at least made some sense to it's arc timeline and characterization, now it's flat running between New York (again, already been done in the show several times) and Storybrooke. i am truly in favor of at least solving ANY issue in one season, rather then constantly drawing out everything from the beginning, back through again. Yes, everyone isn't themselves, it just seems flat and over drawn. What to me is worse, is that rather than follow a character arc (what a character would do under whatever circumstances the show's writers would have them go through has to remain true and consistent: "would Gold really behave this way?" "Would Snow do this?" etc doesn't seem to be in mind. Seems like the writers might need a timeline with everything they are attempting to do, along with being true to the mythology base they're working in, otherwise, it's becoming impossible to keep up with and like I said, exhausting. And like Maureen here, I too, really hope they bring back some 'normalcy' to the show (of it's given idea of normalcy for the characters), and get it's spark back. Otherwise, we will find other shows to watch on TV. I loved the alternative nature of this show and the imagination that has gone on here, but now it's just recycling the same stuff over and over again.
Best episode in a long time. Love seeing the paths of so many characters starting to cross. And Johnathon Pryce - Mr. Dark himself - as the High Sparrow = awesome!
Okay they need to do something about the Will and Belle's story line because I'm not buying any of the shit their trying to sell. First of all Rumple has been gone for what a month and instead of you know being devastated or putting on her big girl paints and being a bad ass they give her this poorly written relationship. Second, does this take place before OUAT Wonderland or after because this makes no sense, if its before Wonderland then he doesn't have his heart in and he cant have any feelings for Belle whatsoever. If its after that means the writers have killed off Anastasia and destroyed the beautiful ending they gave Will and her for this shitty romance with Belle THAT NO ONE IS BUYING.
she will be back everyone :D https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CC...
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