I'm so glad Carrie went off at her Dad. Her really hasn't be there for Carrie or Doret at all since the show began. The first episode was as far as it went to acknowledge the relationship between them and the (now deceased) mother, but nothing else really. As for the nostalgic moment with the shows in the oven, I must say that it was a moment I laughed to. Good ol' acknowledgement.
The CW should just order two or three more additional episodes for 90210 to wrap it up. I assume this season will end on a cliffhanger, much like the rest. Best if they give it more time for this season than investing more many for the next.
I heard that the pilot was really crappy, but the episodes get better as it goes on. I guess I'll watch it online (now) though if it's already up.
@Neejan: The show is more solely based upon Will Graham (Edward Norton's character in Red Dragon) and his relationship with Dr. Lecter. Going back to the time way before Red Dragon so to speak.
Though the war between TVD and Arrow fans is by far the lamest thing ever given that both shows are on the same network, I'm kind of glad that Arrow will most likely beat out TVD.
Go Arrow and Supernatural!
I'm happy for Jason Ritter. It means he won't be back on Parenthood anymore, therefore not have his heart broken by Sarah again.
Poor Hannibal got the death slot. Screw going up against Scandal and Elementary.
I love Sarah (from Parenthood), but needs to get her act together before getting into a relationship (again) anytime soon.
I love KaDee Strickland, but this pilot just doesn't interest me.
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