I love Debbie Allen, so I'm not criticizing her, but I think the idea of having a present episode and then a past episode air inconsistently is ridiculous. It literally serves no purpose. What would be so hard about filming 15 minutes out in the wilderness? Furthermore, I was hoping to see the death of Lexie effect everyone, so clearly Shonda won't show any grievance from her death. The death of George spanned over 2 episodes and 60 days overall. The fact that viewers are being even more cheated by the death of Lexie, we're also going to act like she didn't happen? Typical Shonda. Shove your romance theme you bitch.
Dixon for the car crash or Silver the cancer gene.
And then she'll get breast cancer and find out it's too late to do anything and either die or kill herself, therefore making Silver a much stronger person, etc, etc.
Isn't Silver on the path of having a baby this season? Why the hell is she getting a mentor? I bet this chick ends up changing her mind and tells her to focus on life instead of thinking that everyday is her last.
Oh wow. What a BIG change.
If you look back at season 4 where Kate was absent for two episodes, you can get an idea of what the show was like without her. In my opinion, I found it boring, but I'm still willing to try.
I'd like to see True Blood run to the end of the books. The writer for the books is just finishing up her last one, so why not push it for another 5 years?
My guess is that they're filming episode two and this is the flashback
I believe that this show is Addison's show and that without her it wouldn't really make sense anymore. However! This show still has a lot of potential with remaining couples and their futures. I would like to see ABC back-order it for 9 episodes to see how the show could go without Kate Walsh. If it were not to succeed, pull it out with notice in order to have Kate Walsh, Tim Daly and Audra McDonald to appear in the series finale.
I'm just curious though, if Kate goes, does that mean Taye or Benjamin are being written out to go without pending on her characters decision? If so, could Tim Daly be put back on the show? So many burning questions.
I'm preparing myself for it to end after season 8, but it won't shock me if Showtime push for another.
With the way Gossip Girl went last season, fans should be grateful that it even got renewed in the first place. Honestly, I'd rather have 10 good episodes than nothing at all.
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