when Addie came home at the end, i half expected her to find the girl from El Salvador there at her house. i don't know why.but great ep on the whole. i just wish they would take up an intern or sth sth. someone to bring some young into this whole thing.
i can't find Quinn, she said she will be dancing at Nationals, is she out of the chair yet?
i agree with the review on most points on the other hand though i am not sure but this ep didn't do it for me the way the previous ones did, i expected a bigger face off with that blond queen bee, or a romantic dance with Evan or sth. i can't pin it down but this just lacked a kick for me. i completely concur about the ring thing, about time you got rid of it girl because it apparently what it stands for doesn't Ring True to either party anymore. i did feel Riley's pain though, when she was taking it off, all the love lost and trust trashed and vows broken, it must make her involuntarily regret a lot of things which i know is painful.
just thought of it, one question, how did Nick know where and TO WHOM to send the heads? and how did he manage to send a package out the country without it being scanned for bombs and drugs? wouldn't they have found the heads?
@C. Orlandoi am 100% with you, but does anybody know why this season was cut so short, isn't it always around 13 eps?
loved this ep, i am so glad this show is really growing up to be a badass show on tv, about time too. and yes they really should begin to actually tel us stuff, it's fun muddling through it with Nick but this a show after all, and how long can we stay blind and still stay worried if we don't even know the magnitude of the problem. right now it seems just simple Grimm stuff, but we know from the Bees ep that there is sth big coming up. they teased it such a long time ago that i am beginning to forget what was it all about and are they even going to come back to that.Grimm team was awesome as usual and Hank was thankfully almost unnoticeable, Juliet was in the background where she belongs and the gifts form the Beavers were adorable. it was like a piece of fairy tale which is what they were striving for i am guessing.
i agree with you Sean, as much as this ep was fun to watch it was also lacking in so many ways. for some reason i found it hard to focus on what was going on, or rather follow what was going on. the atmosphere was a bit hollow, they failed to emotionally raise the stakes for me. it was a light hearted ep which should have been somewhere in the middle of the season not closer to the end when it is all supposed to heat up to the grand finale.on an up side though, i don't think that Dean will ever forget that he had to flirt with a guy through a gay girl. that is some twisted fantasy right there.btw, i was happy to see Felicia Day as Charlie, liked her a lot in Dragon Age:Redemption. for some reason she reminds me of a younger Carrie Preston. they have a similar spark.
@Danii agree about April not to mention that it is ridiculous to be a virgin at 29 going 30. religion is one thing but she is a doctor and for a doctor to be that religious she would have showed signs by now
@Lizooooookay, u need a chill pill. Webber is not cheating on Adele because Adele isn't there anymore and the woman who is, is building her love life with another man. Webber is only human and he does not have to become a monk now. it is a terrible situations and people should strive to make the best of any situation no matter how crappy or impossible. and excuse me, Webber would cheat, let me give u an example: Alice Grey!!! and now what he is supposed walk around in silent suffering and pine after a wife he will never see again because she is gone, and berate himself until one of them actually dies? very poetic, but also sadistic and unrealistic. you wouldn't be saying that if u actually liked that character.
oh and we finally found out that they are Republicans
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