did anybody else think that the final exchange between the two judges was weird and meant sth more? and when the judge claimed that his co-council was with him all through jury deliberations he actually meant that they were lovers? i don't know this case just left me wanting more to be revealed about the judges life, i kept waiting for him to admit sth to Alicia and i applaud that they didn't bow tie everything into a neat ending but i just wish it wasn't quite SO mysterious.
Kalinda's story line was a long time coming. this Lana began having tension with Kalinda ever since season 1 when Kalinda refused her job offer and managed to get info out of her.
btw, did anybody else notice how defensive Evan acted when Riley accused the dad of that kid in checking out her legs? loved it. she definitely chose the wrong brother;. now i think they should take it SLOWLY but surely towards getting those two together.
i mean only the original cast's contracts are up in the air, those who came later than S1, are still under contract. so if Kepner leaves, it's not due to contractual quarrels, it's because Shanda wanted it so or some force majeure situation.
my money is on Patrick. he looks tired of the whole thing, it is even beginning to show through his acting.
i got addicted, love Riley, and worried for her, that back stabbing friend of hers is bad news through and through. and i agree Kyle will show up at the was moment, just as soon as Riley will decide to move on, maybe even with Evan.
they were able to see him because i think that when that ghost tried to eat him and then Sam and Dean burned the bones, i think Bobby absorbed HIM instead, the eating thing was sort of reversed to the extreme, at least it looked like it. so Bobby became stronger and thus he became seen
oh and they seriously need to do sth about Cas! get him out of that Goddamn mess!! Cas needs to be where he belongs which is fighting by their side!
i was a little surprised, i expected this reaction from Sam not Dean, he is all about family and blind loyalty. wasn't he the one who exchanged his soul to revive Sam? he was all for breaking the natural order then! he should have been the one in denyal about how it is wrong and should have just embraced it right?
other than that, it was fun how they figured that they all slept with Annie, busy girl btw! liked the ep
OMG, this show is getting better and better, love that Nick took off his "by the book" attitude and is now using his job as tool to help him in the Grimm world. Grimm team was the focus in this ep and i wish it will stay that way. thx God that they told nothing to Hank or they would have to integrate him in the Grimm world and we would be forced to see more of him. Juliette who? she faded into the background, wish she would fade away already and he would be open to have some fun and play the field, maybe even with a Wessen?
Seeing Nick trying to continue his legacy by keeping up with the entries in the journal? that was good, and him struggling to be more literary and eloquent was fun to watch. i would have totally called that creature an ASS!
When Rosaline and Ian both turned into foxes and had a sweet moment, it was soooo adorable, it looked almost heartbreaking. but she should totally be with Monroe!
i liked this ep, more than i did the previous, but i soooo called it that Bailey's son disappearance was a false alarm, that is perhaps the only part that i didn't like because it felt like forced drama. i feel like the victim and the main case was a little lightly developed, it should have been more dramatic and the atmosphere should have been more tragic. it felt too Hallmarky
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