I'm so glad she started at Interview magazine. It was starting to get dull in the 'burbs. I'm looking forward the extreme fashion, and the extreme '80s pop culture mixed in with more episodes. We need more of the 80s to come through on the show as opposed to simply subdued contemporary fashion trying to mimic the '80s. It would be good to see Carrie experience all the things New York had to offer during the decade... the good and the bad. But at this point the show definitely needs a lot more "falling in love with the city". The last scene was fantastic so I have high hopes for next weeks ep. :)
As the episodes roll on I'm finding the characters harder to relate to in any way or even just enjoy watching. There's very little happening storyline wise and they overcompensate by taking things to pretty nasty extremes. It's a show I want to love but it does miss the mark a lot.
Lol @ Mark's creative spamming. I was just over at the latest Beauty and the Beast review and saw some crap about the same product by Nosgoth1979. Might want to get onto that TvFanatic. Points for effort.
I have a totally different take than Marie because I love the character they introduced for Raj. She's very relatable because there are many women (and men) that suffer from severe social anxiety (which I'm assuming she has). Amy, Penny, and Bernadette are quite interesting female characters in their own right so I can only imagine that over time Raj's girlfriend will turn out to be a fantastic character to add to the group :) I do agree though, that it was great seeing Penny's acting skills, and how proud Leonard was of her.. so sweet.
Jeff and Annie / Britta and Troy / Abed and Troy - I love episodes like this. Along with Matt Lucas guest starring... it was such a good episode :) I haven't been too keen on the last two eps (especially the first episode back) but this one was damn good!
Evan actually reminds me more and more of Gaston ...and I like it :D The writers have done a damn good job with gradually growing his character and his now fascination with hunting "the beast" that seems to be drawn to Kat. Perfect.
I don't know why it shocked me that they cancelled this show so soon. The CW is a predominantly teenage network that wants to aim for larger (older) demographics but is scared of (/has no interest in) the hard work and commitment to actually get there. Even though I wasn't hooked at the start, by what would've now been the mid-season finale, I was hooked. It's a pity they stepped out only a quarter way into what would be deemed a normal season. Regardless, it was a piss poor decision by CW to cancel Emily Owens.
"I swear, Rebekah is this show's only saving grace" ...I think from here on out the only thing that will have me watching is wanting to see Rebekah and Stefan's relationship unfold. I really want these two in a healthy relationship with each other. I want Rebekah to be loved for some reason and we all know Stefan is damn good when he's in love. I want somebody to be there for her and to place her first. Also, as an Aussie and knowing Holt is one too... was the Koala corsage really a thing in the '80s? Lol... seriously. I couldn't figure out if that was the truth or it was like a quiet nod to the actress being an Aussie.
Totally ship Pam and the sound guy. ...Just kidding. :D That was such a good ending though. I was crying, then laughing, and then a mixture of both. A hot mess but it was such a great unexpected ending. Besides, I know they'll be okay, they're just both stressed. I'm so sad this is the final season... I love the addition of Nellie's character and I actually want to see things happen between Erin and Pete.
I'm team Stefan. Screw it. Elena gets with his brother and she questions him on his choices. Really? Absolutely all for Rebekah and Stefan. I also love that Julie isn't writing over the hurt and that Paul's acting was spot on (the pain/anger on his face when Elena was in the house). I enjoyed the ep because of it.
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