How can Dair fans even want this?! Blair is married, still dealing with her relationship with Chuck, and is wanting to get a divorce. The last thing Blair needs is yet another relationship.
Good show, I probably won't continue watching because it's not the kind of show I usually enjoy, but well done nonetheless! I gave a B.
Also, I hate how Blair thinks she has a right to be mad about the leaked tape! Honey, you said all those things without being provoked. They are true, are they not? Does Blair really think Louis would have never found out that she didn't actually love him? She was marrying into royalty, she should know she will not get much privacy now.
I like more of a sociopathic Georgina too. She seems too toned down and "mommy" now that she has Milo. And I agree about Chair. I mean what the hell was with Blair's excuse this time? It made NO sense.
Also she did just lose her mother so Cassie wanting to search for her father in that sense is also completely normal. She doesn't think about the consequences of her actions on the way, but I digress.
I know my last comment may have been phrased awkwardly but I hope the point came across regardless. I'm just trying to say that Cassie looking for some kind of cure so that she doesn't become what she and everyone else is scared of her being is normal. The way she goes about it is reckless, but she wants these answers so badly she's beyond caring. Then again, I never like the good, nice main characters. It's why I love Revenge. I like characters that unsympathetic, reckless and wreck havoc like there's no tomorrow.
I never say this, but I think the reviewer is being a little too harsh on Cassie. Cassie lost her mother. A month later, she's in an entirely new town with a grandmother she never really talked to. She's in a new place. With new people. And new friends. Powers that are new to her. An entirely new life than the one she'd ever thought she'd have. Cassie searching for her father is normal- everyone wants a father figure in their life if they've never had one. Cassie also has something inside her she can't control. If you had a mental disorder that no one had but you, and assuming the disorder was genetic, your father had it too, wouldn't you want answers? Advice? Guidance? You would be desperate for answers, like Cassie is. She's a teenager who's bound to make selfish, on a whim mistakes. It's better than her being a perfect Mary-Sue than can do no wrong.
Oh yes, a happy life with Elena being forced to marry her ex, forced to have children for the sake of her blood line, live under Klaus' constant supervision, and be a human blood bag on command. What a better life!
Cassie is dealing with a power inside her she doesn't understand. No one does. The only person that she knows that could understand how she's feeling is her father. She seeks answers, she wants guidance, and she wants advice. Not a paternal figure, in my opinion. Okay, maybe a bit. But Cassie has become desperate. That woman 16 years ago saved her life, so in her mind she didn't think there was a risk. I know it's wrong of her to risk all her friends' lives on a whim, but they did agree to it and Cassie is becoming borderline-pyschotic at this point.
I rather enjoyed Cassie this episode, one might argue I like unsympathetic characters better. However, Adam is too good for her. He needs to find a good girl like Diana. Cassie isn't that. He needs to accept it. And Faye and Jake making out was WAY too intense for two high school students. For me personally, I didn't find it "sexy" I found it beyond freaking creepy. And it also partially ruined my Cake ship (I like them because they are both very ruthless down to the core).
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