Well that means Micah and Emily need to get together quickly. There's no time to waste.
I wonder what a second season of Last Resort could be? It is such a well written show, I am sure they could come up with so many new arcs that could pull in a lot more fans.
Actually it was mentioned in this episode that Leslie wanted to use the lot for her own park or for another purpose. Which is why she tried to relocate April, she was all for the dog park idea, but not for the location of it. As Leslie stated, "You see the thing is April that lot is mine... I've been doing slow painstaking work so... I don't want to whip out the legalees on you now but 'I Got Dibs'". Leslie was too excited to hear about April's park. So it was completely in character for Leslie to be in support of April and to also be competitive when April 'crossed her turf'. It was fun having Ben's old accountant employer reappear. He was really funny the last time we saw him and he seems to be quite the comedian who takes anything Ben says as hilarious. I wonder why Ben didn't take the job again? Was it because of his somewhat depressing office? Who knows. Very funny episode.
It's amazing how much I grew to dislike Sam as a character during his time with Addison. He became angrier and I could not pin point the source of his anger or his rash judgments. This episode sought to humanize Sam in a way that had not been done before. Reality series ok. It was not horrible, in fact it seemed the only reason Sam agreed to do it, was to establish an identity within himself. He seems to have lost foot on what life is to him. So in this case it worked.
The only reason this episode worked slightly, was because it sought to answer some questions that became distracting for some time. This should have probably been the second episode. At least we could have relaxed with a bit of understanding as to what this series was about. Sadly, now it just doesn't matter.
Ok so why would Alicia point out things that could hurt Peter's campaign? As much as Maddie was a 'friend', it was not best to let her in on weaknesses of any sort, especially since her friendship was suspicious from the beginning. From what we saw, Alicia and Maddie shared more awkward moments than open conversations, so how did it reach to that point where Alicia got personal? How long have they been friends for? Alicia should have asked more questions, just because someone is throwing money at you, does not mean they would not have an agenda. Really cold they way Maddie treated Alicia.
Oh what happened to Emma's glasses, she looked so good in them lol.
Why didn't August just approach Emma with the box and convince her to go to Storybrooke to fulfill her destiny. This same situation August created for Emma made her hardened to trust anyone which may have worked against everyone. Emma got the keys for the car, but did she get the money? August spoke of being tempted to the world he lived in, it would be no surprise if he took the money for his own merit. Why didn't he still have the chest when he came to Storybrooke? Neal was so refreshing, I wonder if he knows he has a son? At least August kept up his word to send Neal a postcard, still doesn't make it any less heartbreaking.
Still are they just going to ignore her? It seemed odd that she wasn't at least mentioned. "I hate to pull you away from Jackie, but your skills are needed". I assumed since the 'scandal' they would air the final episodes of her then proceed without her if that be the case, but if the 'scandal' had not existed, would these episodes be as is? Remember in the first season when Danny had like two partners, each at different times? Many preferred Jackie and so Jackie became a constant. She added a certain spunk to the series.
Where's Jackie? Would she be appearing at all? She seems absent from the series altogether.
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