After a day of dramas of all sorts of dramas with my own girls... this episode had me in total tears. I loved that moment where Hannah rung Jessa just really wanting her to be there and she got that snarky voicemail... I have a similar Jessa in my life and really feel like shouting a similar voice message at times. Marnie, looking for her but missing the point was so true to life as well. The Charlie-Marnie thing was kind of lame-cute, but for sure it won't last long anyway. I think Shoshanna-Ray was an ineveitable split... she's so young and she needs to explore life, and find a man on a more similar page. I know the last scene with Adam was very Rom-Com, but it had me in total tears! He is such a man... he just saw her, with no fences or barriers, he always wears his heart on his chest... i loved it. You need some hope and love and dreams.... I really loved this episode so much!
Jim, haven't you ever heard the expression, "Don't air your dirty laundry in public." This blog is for fans of the show, not for bored people with too many 'tissues', who have a lot of time on their hands and decide to attack a writerprobably writing about ten different reviews, and has another job, and may over look a typo or two... Go out in the sunshine man, have a swim in the ocean and enjoy life!! Back to girls....
Even though this episode was really hard to watch and had so many painful and awkward moments I think it was really brilliant. It was the most real to life thing I've ever seen capturing those hard moments of my generation. Life is not a glossy hollywood show..... This made me cringe because so many moments are so relatable to things I have seen. I think the OCD is important but I dont really think it was brought in at an appropriate time, with everything already been so disjointed, and Hannah seems so have just dropped off the face from all her friends, and no-one notices. Adam is just such a brilliant character... I can't see him making it work with such a precise person.
So awesome! Every character was spot on.... there was nothing not too love about this episode!! Elijah is so funny... they manage to be so real... remind me of so many people of my generation... I really dig it!
I really love the verbal banter between the head Graysons - Conrad & Victoria... in the past season they were filled with so much hatred with each other which was always hilarious. Then they had to team up to survive, but now they seem to tolerate each other with this bemusment. Watching Victoria nag Conrad about answering the phone, who instead picked up his tea, and then she snatched the paper off him, brought everything back to everyday life where couples bicker about silly things... it was nice to see them so light hearted. I hate the Jack/boat/whatever storyline, despite all the hot actors in it. It just seems so completely irrelevant to anything else, and why would professional drug dealers want to make their job so complicated by bringing civilians into their dealings... just doesn't make sense! Love Nolan as ever!
Why are people offended by the Dog fighting scene? It was bringing awareness to a really brutal thing that goes on all the time, just doesn't get spoken about. They do the same thing with chooks too. It is a horrible thing. Tig's reaction to it was so beautiful....
Great episode!! Tig was so awesome since the scene with the dogs until the very end, he played it beautifully. And though Clay is evil I did manage to feel sorry for him... the look on his face when he realised he was being arrested, and Juice's face too... sad moment. Nero & Gemma together I love! I really don't think Gemma actually dobbed in Tarah, the whole show was setting it up to look like that, but it was too obvious, there's a lot more to the story. Jax has been a bit ruthless but think about it, he chose between Tig and Clay, he has to be this way, in this role... This is Hamlet... it's not a happy story. Beautifully written episode. Ps. the reviewed never mentioned Otto biting off his tongue!! Such an ewghhhhh moment!!
Jenny was such an important character in the first seasons... why didn't they allow Jenny to say something useful at the end?... Lol or anything at all in fact?!... I love how they tried to age Eric with his goatee... and all the other 'business men' of GG look like they are still straight out of High School 5 years on - VFX ppl cmon!! I think Serena has worn better dresses in her average night out... it didn't sit well, and also why on earth did they get married in that strange little living room, it was weird...I love Georgina, she was still awesome! Dorota is epic, with her vodka! I loved Blair's line, 'I always thought it was Dorota!' I'm glad it was Dan... that was cool. I like Serena & Dan and Chuck and Blair. I liked seeing Nate as a successful businessman at the end, not attached to a manipulative woman... ironic and all but fun!
Dan has finally become awesome this season!! He is funny, and real for once instead of making dumb jokes to compensate for his insecurity. He actually has them all genuinely nervous, becuase he has become so unpredicatable, and an actualy adeversary, instead of someone none of them take seriously. I don't think he hates them, that's why he wouldnt move to 'Soho; and start his new life, he is intrinsically tied to all of them.... but he wants to be taken seriously and respected ont heir level. He basically said as much. Gossip Girl is either Dan or Jenny for sure...!!!
The most disturbing part of this episode was the black shirt with roses Rufus humphrey was wearing in his final scene! The most disturbing thing on this season, is that Dan Humphrey has actually become my favorite character! I love his ballsiness, and finally taking control of his life! Nate and Serena won't ever get back together... It's Dan and Serena for the final, just like the beginning!!
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