How can Hayley prevent Davina from doing a spell? I am pretty sure I missed something...
The writers do have a habit of forgetting that there was a time when Finn and Kol were alive and part of the family. Elijah/Bex/Klaus were obviously always the three closest siblings, but sometimes the other two are just missing from flashback references.... even during times that they should have been there.
She's on a new show called Aquarius. It aired this summer.
I'm quite confused myself. For one, did Mikael never actually SEE his faux children whilst he chased them for a century? I mean, he would have cleared up their identities, surely. And, since when did Rebekah take her coffin/real body everywhere? Plus, this astral projection thing is new, no? Oh, and why is Hayley all that much a threat to the Strix... she's not Davina's body guard. I do enjoy Klaus being somewhat emotionally vulnerable with Aurora, however...
I predict that Once Upon a Time will not be renewed after this season, while Blood & Oil will be cancelled soon. Quantico is great, however!
I tried, I wanted to love it, and I just can't get into it. I don't care that much about the characters, and the writing is okay at best. Too many inconsistencies and nonsensical things (i.e. the bathtub and the fact that the apartment seemed to grow in size since last episode, or the fact that Hap can't recognize his own son's eyes). Bummer, because the premise is great!
Yeah, most likely. Not that I see any real evidence of what on earth they did with the $37K. Let's hope they manage to stretch the $1million a bit further than they did when buying all of two washers and two dryers with $37K ;-)
That I understood. What I didn't understand is why Cody got upset when Billy said they "borrowed" the money. I am presuming that Billy bought the backhoe on a credit card (putting down an initial $10K), and that Cody was concerned they might now actually be able to pay it back?
Agreed. I don't do well with things that just do not make sense. I mean, I know it's television, but the premise and story can't be totally nonsensical. Even on sci-fi/fantasy shows, everything that happens needs to make sense within that world that was created. Otherwise, it loses some credibility and just becomes unbelievable. Random plot points that go unexplained, weird dialogue that does not fit into the story, characters that are introduced and never seen again or have no real purpose...it all makes for bad television! I hope that the next episode is a bit better written and that the story improves. I mean, Chase Crawford is about the only thing bringing me back for episode #2 ;-)
Right?! I mean, who straps their ENTIRE business plan into the back of truck? Were the just going to show up with some washers and dryers, try to find a place to rent, hook them up, and they're good to go?
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