It was an amazing finale, wish it had been two hours. It ended on a great note and the closing song was perfect. I do agree a flash forward would've been nice, but the show was sent off well. I already miss this show :( and mad that it has raised my expectations for all other shows and that makes it harder while watching them.
Felt like I was watching the worst soap opera of all time with all the baby stuff. They laid it on far too thick.
This episode still wasn't nearly as bad as The Originals. Felt like I was watching a soap opera during that thing. Geez.
I had to watch this episode in blurred quality, begging the question why I would even bother to stick through it because I mostly watch it because of the actors. Nevertheless, I hope Stefan never leaves the box in the ocean, he can lie there 'till the end of the series for all I care. Also, Damon and Elena have become flat and clearly both of them are thinking of other people. This weird love square with two girls being technically the same person is extremely odd. I still am a DE shipper, but they need to create some conflict that separates them or God knows what so they can add back a "spark" and some anticipation of them getting back together. Or, they could leave them as a couple and still produce a good show, and just have them not think of other people. Aha, who am I kidding, this show revolves around the love square. This isn't Breaking Bad, I do not watch for quality.
I was addicted to this show in Season 1, quit midway 2. I will skip the premiere because of my favorite show of all time airing then, but will tune in for the rest.
With the Breaking Bad series finale coming out next week (I'm fairly certain) I will DEFINITELY miss this one. Sorry.
When Jesse walked away after thinking Walt hired an assassin, when in reality he didn't, oddly reminded me of Romeo and Juliet in a COMPLETELY different way. I think Walt cares about Jesse deep down (he even called his son Jesse by mistake) I just think Heisenberg doesn't so Jesse is always manipulated by him. We got to see that Hank isn't the good guy at all, he just doesn't want to lose and doesn't care if someone dies for him to be "victorious". Overall, this wasn't a filler episode at all. It's just setting things in motion. (P.S I really like the idea of Walt Jr. OD'ing on Walt's blue meth. I agree it's too late for that though).
*show not shower!
Love the symbolism in this shower. Walt tried to take a shower (could be construed as trying to wash off his sins) but fell before he ever made it in. Also, in the scene with Walt and the coordinates... there is a blurry picture of Walter Jr. I've learned from this show that everything is done on purpose, so maybe his picture being in the scene means something? Great episode, even though it was a "slower" one.
What have we learnt from this episode? I can't even remember. I think I'm done with this show. Hanna is just so dumb; what kind of idiot would try to hide a suspected murder weapon on college grounds. She should have learned her lesson by now when she tried to hide the car that also linked her mother to wilden's death. Did that work for her? Nope. I know for TV shows there's a certain bit of leeway, but what this episode did was too much no sensible teenager would do that. Oh well, I'll go back to watching quality shows like Sherlock and Breaking Bad.
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