He also looks similar to Nathan Fillion
@BriAN I also thought it was strange but was only totally convinced with the strange text and the symbols, because I would have accepted the actor if he looked ok in formal clothes. :D
PS: Irene may or may not be dead based on the way Moriarty himself chose the victims would be killed. He also may or may not have intended to "kill" Irene all along. Assuming he thought about everything right from the start (being Moriarty and all). PSS: I don't think Irene is with Moriarty right now (too blahh). So assuming she is free and about he probably threatened her with both their lives if she contacted Sherlock. If that's the case she could appear any moment believing "M." to have been captured.
This is what I think happened. Moriarty heard of Sherlock and all that he had achieved in the police. He saw it as an intellectual challenge. So, he hired Moran to play the role of serial killer, making sure he was very difficult to find, almost impossible. He gave him his victim so there wouldn't be a pattern. Somewhere along the line (probably victim 20 or something) he started thinking there was not enough motivation so he decides to make it personal. He probably kills her himself on purpose. Then Sherlock starts falling off the wagon and is unable to think properly, ergo he still doesn't catch "M." When he makes his recovery in the US he follows (must be very bored) prepared to give S a second chance. But he changes the game. He gives more targets to Moran but gets him caught, probably aware that Moran would give S his name: Moriarty. So now it's as personal as it gets.
I want the originals IN vampire diaries!! Are you kidding me?? I HATE the idea! Will be very very sad if it happens...
Fav episode: "Till Death" because of everything @Nick1372 said and also because I loved Mark Pellegrino's performance. My hopes for 2013: finding out who won on the game of chess between Elias and Finch in "Triggerman", more Root and more flashbacks. I love POI's flashbacks, they always give us insight on the characters and what makes them who they are.
I second @cha11
Agree soooooo much with @overeastside Hands down one of the best characters
Worst storyline: I like the idea of the sire bond although it's certainly not been handled intelligently. The worst storyline by far is the whole sire army for klaus. I mean WTF?? The guy consistently daggers his own family and he needs an army of idiots to be his BFF? That doesn't make sense. And if they were there (as it was originally presented) for protection well.. it was obvious it wouldn't work once they were only 14. And why the hell were they so weak?? I feel they were just presented so that then they would die in the whole Shane/Silas thing. Oh, and there's the 0 character development. I hope we never see them again, so we can have a storyline that actually makes sense. The rest was fine, some even great. Hope it grows even better (and that they take more time to explain.. and think things through)
Hehe. Ok:- Tyler's plan felt like an excuse for his personal issues on the man, but giving the hybrids time seemed sensitive. It's obvious he wouldn't have killed them, he needed persuasion and a date to give up one who had already betrayed him, but there are other things he could do. Just look at how Carol ended up. Look at Katherine's family. If the guy wants revenge he'll find a way to get it.
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