Wow! Surprised at some of the dissent. I loved this episode. Its difficult to build up a new multi-layered character in a way that gets the viewers invested, in such s short time. They did it masterfully with Shaw and if ever there wasn't proof that you could become invested in a character in ten minutes than Cole is an example. I was devastated by the time he died. That's writing at its finest. I enjoyed the parallels of Shaw and Reese right down to the speaking in a lower register, however she still came across as her own character with the self proclaimed sociopathy etc. I loved her. It was a huge risk barely using the four core but it paid off and was successful. Plus we got to see Leon again which always makes me chuckle. I like the idea of having multiple assets with different but strong personalities recurring. It was different but great. Ii missed the gang and Bear but it worked.
Umm,the appeal was in Sebastian Stan's amazing performance. I'd say that's a definite no on recasting and spinning off.
Sasha and Roman with the burglar and spider bit. Best part of the night. Had neon hysterics. Overlooked in the review, which surprised me. I missed Fanny a little.
I like Bay and Emmett but I'm enjoying Noah too. Especially his predicament with his hearing. I loved the subtle bits thrown in, his hearing is continuing to decline, which was hinted at when she tried talking to him in the hallway and he still is too scared to tell more than just Bay the truth. Its interesting to watch.Travis is troubled, yes, but the rejection that kid faces is disheartening. I was more distraught over the fact that Daphne was using him to prove to herself that she can date deaf guys. I've never cared for how she treated him and that was the equivalent of kicking a battered dog while its down. I agree that Travis needs help, but even with these people who think they care about him, he's still getting screwed and he knows it and he's angry. He has a right to be. Regina needs to get her crap together and seen that Toby thing a mile away.
-the apprenticeship proposal in all of its platonic glory. Fave moment of the series so far. Again miller is incredible in this role.-Sherlock's entire speech. But the banter between them pertaining to her safety was a very close second.-it was nice to see some development. Plus I'm a Breakout Kings fan so it was great seeing Malcolm again. Though bittersweet. :(-nope. I like them breaking up the monotony. There are tons of murder shows.-Ecstatic. I appreciated the slow burn. It makes the strength of their bond all the more believable now. They've been on fire the past five or so episodes. The show has really hit its stride. Love it.
@Wednesday. Preach! My sentiments exactly. As far as I'm concerned that little were b!tch can go jump into the Boston harbor and take Liam and Nora with her. I tolerated nora in the beginning because of how josh loved her but then she became a werewolf and the whole thing with the twins and now her blatant disrespect for aidan, who is Josh's family. I mean she's been insufferable since she moved in and took over. That house is too damn crowded. And the preview suggests she won't be and better. I loathe nora. I liked the development with Sally's brother. She and Aidan have been having great little stories. Josh needs something other than playing dad to the disrespectful teen wolf, her convo with josh about him not having say because he isn't want of them? Wanted to smack her. This Liam and Erin business is more of Nora's story than Josh unfortunately.
- I loved the title of the episode. WTF indeed. Huck's "your a natural "was the one scene where I unexpectedly bust out laughing.- I think part of it is him doing his job. Olivia has her hand in a lot of stuff, I can understand her coming up on his radar. I also think he's fixated on her for his own reasons. So creepy! Love Scott Foley and look forward to where this leads. Ohh when Huck finds out...-Neither. Crazy Quinnsey has it in her. And Olivia does love her white.-yes.no.-nah.
Time jump definitely worked to their advantage. For sure. So far the Huck and Quinn "ship" is called Huckleberry Quinn. I hope there isn't a romance. Quinn always comes across as everyone's super annoying little sister. She's always in the way but she's family so you deal. She's especially that way with Huck. Loved his observation that she's a natural though. I love Huck...and yes he will flip the hell out pull out the "whiskey "when he finds out about the cameras. No one messes with his friend if he can help it. That was so creepy! I was all excited to see Scott Foley and loving their chemistry and then instantly freaked out by the end...but intrigued too. Fitz is out of control. Hate how pathetic he comes across...as though he's incompetent and unable to actually run anything. Prized show horse? Really? Feel for him though. He needs to cut the Scotch.poor David.
This show is amazing! I love it and Rhys is a standout for sure.
Agree with this review completely!! I actually like the friendship between Rayna and Liam. I figured they probably wouldn't hook up so my unmentionables weren't in a twist during the hotel stuff. Her telling him about her divorce rather than Deacon made sense to me. I've come to see them as kindred spirits and solid friends. He has an outsider perspective with no real stakes or expectations. He's just hers...he isn't aligned or invested in anyone else in her circle. Deacon and the double standard. I think most of all he just misses being her confidant. Still love him. He'll get over it. Teddy is the worst. Just ugh. Gunner and co have been more interesting than they were. And Avery is difficult to like.
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