And Caesar’s spirit, ranging for revenge,With Ate by his side come hot from hell,Shall in these confines with a monarch’s voiceCry “Havoc!” and let slip the dogs of war,That this foul deed shall smell above the earthWith carrion men, groaning for burial. The text is from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Act III Scene 1. "Cry Havoc" is a loaded title for the season finale, to be sure. Violence, chaos, revenge: basically, fun times!
I guess that makes Nick Buffy, and Monroe is Giles?
I'll take your word regarding Kenneth I, though Prince Kenneth on Grimm still makes me snicker inside every time I think of him. Prince Kenny has come to town, folks! And he means business! (I would die *so* fast in this world.) Regarding Juliette: I do appreciate the TBI analogy; maybe I'm more surprised that no one's called her out on her behavior, or even looked confused about it. Yeah, it's been stressful and all, but no one seems to have pointed out even in passing that her personality has completely changed.
Indeed, that was a nice touch. I was surprised but happy to see that little mention.
I'm curious: how much of the "Blacklist" fanbase is rooting for Liz and Tom to overcome their, ah, issues and get back together? I'm honestly interested in the answer here.
Joan: That's the sex blanket.Sherlock: I've asked you not to call it that. Well, Sherlock, if the shoe fits...! Anyway, I'm not sure I had enough coffee before watching this episode, because the case was pretty indecipherable by 11 p.m. There was a guy killed by a pedophile, who only killed him because he was blackmailed, and the guy was sleeping with his boss, who was also being blackmailed, and there was this not-Uber programmer, who was also dead, but he was really the blackmailer, but there was also this *other* not-Uber guy, who was a stalker... Really, the B-story made much more sense to me! "Wailing Goggle Man" certainly earned a laugh.
I agree that there's at least a chance that the real Harrison Wells is knocking around in there somewhere, otherwise some of Eobard's actions make no sense, like when he gave up the tachyon prototype to help Firestorm.
Every time I saw Frederick Weller on the screen, all I could think was, "Darn, Marshal Marshall Mann let himself go!" Heh. And then there was David Krumholtz as young Abe! Very cute, casting directors. I can't wait for Lou Diamond Phillips to pop up somewhere, maybe as an enigmatic, snarky FBI agent who shoots people from a long distance... ;-)
Suddenly, I got this picture in my mind of Coulson on a road trip with Hunter. What an image! And I completely agree that it was awesome when "meek" scientist Jemma took down big bad superspy Mockingbird. "Here, hold this!" Heh heh heh.
1) It is curious that Hunter, the man who was notoriously unable to commit to anything in his life, chose to throw in with Coulson, especially under Coulson's current circumstances. It's almost ironic that Hunter has demonstrated more loyalty to Coulson than Bobbi did.2) Good point. Everything this season seems that much creepier now. At some level, the whole "real" SHIELD revelation is even creepier than discovering that Ward was really HYDRA. Hm.3) "Real" SHIELD clearly has some issues. Gonzales claims to be on the side of angels, but then he approves an operation of armed soldiers to take Skye into custody, a mission led by trigger-happy Calderon (who brought a gun to a superpower fight). And, as Coulson pointed out, Gonzales never bothered to even call Coulson up and talk things over. Instead, he sent covert infiltrators and then captured the Playground by force.
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