I haven't watched this show in months but tuned in to watch the finale. I have always disliked Bonnie as a character so hearing she was dead made me want to start watching again, but then I realized no doubt she will come back because TVD can't keep their dead characters dead. Honestly now when a character dies it's so anti-climatic, because I know they'll come back as a ghost. Anyway, was glad to see Elena make a choice (never want to hear the word sire bond again) but Plec on twitter said the triangle will never end so, I wouldn't take her making a choice too seriously. If Plec knew what was good she'd end the triangle and focus on other aspects of the show, but oh well. I don't know how TVD will do once The Originals premieres, because things like Klaroline are big aspects of TVD.
Spencer is currently my favorite of the liars. We always complain about how characters like Elena in TVD never seem to be affected by negative events but we can clearly see an effect on Spencer and how these events will develop her as a character. In my opinion she's the opposite of the weakest link; she is the only one that's close to finding out more information about A. I love the fact that she is now a part of the A team and I hope we get to meet more of its members through her and just how the members of the A team interact within the group and how they accomplish all their "tasks". Although I normally don't like Aria, I think her breaking up with Ezra for the kid was actually one of the smartest things she's done all season (plus... not a fan of "Ezria"). Hanna complaining about her boyfriend/boyfriend's daddy problems in a morgue while visiting and looking at dead bodies was really low... honestly only watching to see what happens to Spencer at this point.
I haven't even watched the ep and I doubt that Aria is pregnant. Book Spoiler! In the books, Emily is the one of them that gets pregnant, so even though the show does deviate from the books, I doubt they'd switch it to Aria.
I freaking adored GG in season 1 and 2 and then it went downhill from there. I kept watching to see what would happen next, but it just came to the point where I stopped wasting my time with this show. So I hadn't seen any episodes of this season but I did tune in to watch the finale. I'm happy with the Chair ending, even though it was rushed. It was a good ending with their son and I think they did the big Chair fans justice by doing that. Dan is GG? I feel like there would be a billion and one plotholes for that but this is the series finale so I'm just going to assume they planned for this all along and think it's "sweet". But it still seems super stalkerish that he did all of this and ruined so many lives and indirectly caused Blair to miscarry her baby just to get Serena to notice him. Oh well glad this show is over. :)
Yeah, not a fan of this episode either. This is coming from someone who likes DE. A day after Elena breaks up with Stefan she gets with Damon? Yeah, I'm happy to see they finally stopped teasing, but it didn't have to be like THAT. And the sire thing is such a cop out and lame. Why can't they just show that Damon loves who she is no matter what whereas Stefan doesn't? Why do this whole sire thing? I didn't see any Tyler and Klaus action though, and it's not like Damon made her, so I hope Caroline's theory's wrong. Plus didn't she try drinking from Damon's "vein" and it didn't work? I can't remember. But yay to DE and the end of SE.
Also in agreement with the new intro. It's beyond cheesy and annoying.
I want Rumple to find his son, who I'm guessing is Henry's father. This episode was good, but I'm really wanting to find that all out!
Although I'm sort of biased because I like DE way better than SE, I felt like Elena should have chosen Damon just because it'd make for a better storyline now. Elena learning to be a vampire with Damon's help would be a lot more interesting than Stefan holding her back (in a way). Even Caroline teaching Elena would be better than Stefan. Why should Elena have to learn in secret behind Stefan's back? I mean if he wants the best for her and Damon's "method" works, he needs to put his feelings aside and be okay with it.
Yeah, not a big fan of this ep. either. I'm surprised they didn't mention the fact that Robin will never be able to have kids of her own, I mean it kind of seems like a deciding factor. I want Victoria gone too I find she's just a boring side-plot with no personality. I do admit I laughed quite a bit though with this episode, although Lily crying at the word death was beyond annoying.
I had to mute Bonnie during her spell casting mumble jumble. She was too loud, and it's not like I understood her anyway. I hate the character Bonnie I skip through every single one of her scenes except I was watching it on my laptop so I couldn't. This episode felt more like a continuation of the last. It was predictable, and I didn't like the Stefan and Elena scenes. I get they're making DE fans wait, but it's becoming tiresome and I'd much rather see her alone than with Stefan.
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