Opal was definitely crazy! I know what you mean about when Marisol found out about what really happened to Dahlia. Those final minutes just went by so fast, and Opal's demise felt short of what it could have been. I'm interested to see how Nick takes the news and imagine Ethan will be back to bury his mother.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:58
That's what I saw, too, but I try to write my reviews without giving away any spoilers in the event some readers might not have seen or want to see the promos.
Since GMW is a Disney show, they have to do it the Disney way. There's no doubt the girls will always be too stylish, but it's their actual stories that will keep viewers coming back or not. I just hope there will continuously be real heartfelt lessons learned. That's what made us love BMW so much. Also, I do agree that Maya seems much older than a seventh grader.
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:19
The first installment aimed to show us Cory and Topanga's grown up life while also illustrating their daughter's world. Basically, there was a lot on GMW's plate for just 22 minutes. I think it's going to take a bit of time for GMW to really tell its own story.
I completely agree. I think it will take time to really get a better understanding of GMW. For now, it's just going to be extra cheesy and silly for the most part.
I would be crushed if Webber and Hunt were talking about Jo. She's my favorite resident right now.
You're welcome. And ditto! I love seeing yours and everyone's thoughtful feedback. It just goes to show how much we love our Grey's Anatomy!
Spot on. I, too, felt as though Burke was definitely a little sad, Both he and Cristina are "cardio gods" but they are also humans just the same.
I don't think Jackson is compromising his beliefs. He's merely supporting his wife. It's a tough situation, and their fighting has been relentless and exhausting - which definitely makes April so annoying all over again.
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