Maybe he *was* worthy. After all, when Skye was changed, she was apparently turned to stone momentarily. Perhaps Coulson would have emerged New and Improved, but we'll probably never know since Mack hacked his arm off.
I, too, was happy that there wasn't a cliffhanger here. Cliffhangers, in general, are way over-used and have a tendency annoy fans (a lot!) if your show gets canceled before the story is resolved. Regarding Percy: somehow, breaking into secure files does not seem like a good way to interview for a job. Unless said job involves breaking into secure files.
I was wondering that myself! Given the placements of LaSalle and Pride, that bullet probably should have hit Pride, too.
Agreed - it wouldn't solve the problem if Pride got killed (as Mr. Terrorist could just fix the aim), but it would certainly put a seriously annoying crimp in his plan. Plus, it would only take half a second!
Nick Burkhardt was born in 1982, while Trubel in 1993, so the age gap isn't quite that bad. That said, you're definitely not the only one with theories about a possible biological relationship between the two of them!
Thank you very much for the compliment, Douglas! Regarding Juliette and Nick: if it comes down to a bloody showdown between the two of them, will Nick have it in him to kill her? This is the woman he wanted to marry. No matter how far she's fallen, no matter how much pain she's caused him, will he be able to strike the blow to end her life? And if he *does* kill her, what will that do to Nick, emotionally, especially given his current state?
It was never really clearly established, and no one seems to react to her apparent rapid aging. (In my opinion, anyway, accelerated aging is a cheap cop-out, anyway.) In any event, Diana's apparent age is not the only timeline problem in Grimm.
Juliette did not actually do the killing herself, personally. That was Kenneth and the Verrat. She set up the circumstances which allowed for the killing. Therefore, indirect. This does not, however, diminish her culpability in the murder!
You and I seem to be on the same page regarding Juliette and her situation. It started out with so much promise, and I am endlessly disappointed with the way the storyline was handled.
Y'know, I seem to remember a time before cliffhangers became a must-have for every TV drama. It's weird. Really, everyone who hates cliffhangers should blame the episode "Who Shot J.R.?" from Dallas.
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