on* ... :D
I adore Kevin Williamson but at times it feels as though questioning every little detail (which helps a show like this) is skipped during the whole process and nobody has the balls to point it out. For instance, the follower of a crazy cult hands herself in and they all feel safe enough to turn their back oh her? I'm pretty sure handcuffs would be out and used before they were ready to head off for a debrief. I also have to agree with the comment... "at some point, you have to feel like it's moving towards something beyond the simplistic "catch and stop the bad guy."
I also enjoyed the episode... the only thing I wish is that Fox would air the episodes in the order they've been written. You had one job FOX ...ONE JOB! ;)But seriously.
:( This was the first episode in a little while that reminded me how much this goodbye is going to hurt. When they were flashing back to Jim and Pam... my heart! They were the reason I fell in love with the show all those years ago, and don't get me wrong I've loved all of the characters but it was Jim and Pam that had me constantly wanting to tune in from the get-go. Jim's definitely changed... he's chasing his idea of success but it's turning him into a slight douche. Whilst Pam... ah, I just want to hug her! She loves him so much and she's lost with what to do. That last little scene where she's looking back on the edits of when they began to fall in love, and said something like "I hope you got sound on everything, I'd love a dvd of that" - my eyes definitely got watery. I hope Michael, Kelly, and Ryan come back for a final goodbye. Just so you know, I definitely go into some withdrawn state of sadness bought on by the finale :D
I'm right there with you calling out the writers for writing the show as if we viewers are stupid. Having Karen do an incredibly so-so performance and then creating an elaborate performance for Anna, whoâ€™s playing a support character (trying to become Pink?). Obvious is obvious, and annoying for viewers. The song was nice but it was a terrible way of writing it inâ€¦ dumbing down viewers. Jimmy, I already acknowledged this last week, but I'm definitely not a fan of the character (or actor - sorry). I donâ€™t know how to explain it but heâ€™s like a teenage boy who happens to be in a manâ€™s body. The chemistry is awkward and the character is simply annoying.
and less of the father who seems to add nothing to this season but boredom. Hopefully the show will get interesting again.
There was already 1 star awarded by another viewer and I'm so glad to see I'm not the only one who thought that was a terrible episode. When I watched the first season I thought this show was alright and Evan was constantly having me tune in for more however, this season has been the biggest let down. Why do they insist on keeping the ex around... that she's fighting for him... and did she mention something about him "heading home" ?! As in... if he's eventually released he'll be living with her and the children again :/ I get that it's a Tv show and the writers are clutching for drama but that's just heading backwards and a terribly boring storyline which becomes irritating. Also, I understand Cybill Shepherd is valued by the show due to her previous credits but she seems so uninterested in her own character that I personally start to tune out. The show needs more witty lines, creative and smart storylines, sexy moments ...which must include Evan lol, and less of the father who seems to add nothing to this season but boredom. Hopefully the show will get interesting again.
Don't worry @soso14886 - Klaus being half-naked this episode definitely didn't skip my attention. That body... delicious.
I love Klaus and Caroline. That fight... "Don't turn your back on me""I should've turned my back on you AGES AGO!" it was like they were already dating. There was honestly something soo... "oh wow" about it.
Yeah I'm not completely falling for Jimmy's character either. He's more so immature and annoying. There's moments where I've enjoyed a song or two but there's also moments where they sound like their voices clash. That scene where he's at the door and busts in to pin her on the dining table. All I could do was laugh like... okay. It just didn't have a lot of chemistry or heat going on. It was just a moment, nothing more.
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