Does Grimm really need saving? Don't get me wrong, it's one of my three favourite TV shows, but isn't it one of NBC's stronger performers? I guess that doesn't say much. If it does need saving, sign me up on the petition! I hope Almost Human can be saved, though I feel it was doomed from the moment FOX tinkered with the episode order.
Not for nothing, but shouldn't that be Elena confronting Luke as Katherine is dead?
Cara didn't just let the bomb kill Julian, she trapped four other people in that chamber with him who otherwise wouldn't have died. Yes, they tried to kill her. But once she contained them, it was no longer self defense. She's still the most annoying character on the show. Jedikiah is becoming the most layered character. Loving his development.
I don't like Stephen and Cara together, and not just because it's statutory rape. Stephen is underage, Cara. Also there was a level of distaste so soon after Darcy died. I get that death often makes people randy and all that but still. And also Cara is with John. So Cara has become my least favourite of the good guys, John and Russell being my two favourites. Honestly I never really shipped Cara and Stephen so I am a little biased. I missed Astrid.
I thought it was a demonstration of how close Monroe and Nick are that they could pull off such a show. I don't think that their friendship went off the rails. Every relationship can be stressed but the ending showed that their bond was strong. I think the Captain made a great point. Nick may have been subconsciously discriminating against the Wesen who aren't part of his gang. Will Adalind come after the Captain to ensure her child's ascent to the throne? Unless the gypsies have other plans.
The Scooby gang! I think it says a lot for the show that the supporting cast can carry an episode this well. We all know Nick will survive this. Just how will he be changed by the experience?
I am not a fan of this only because Jessica Fletcher should be a grandmother type. Otherwise it's like any other private citizen solving crimes show. And many remakes haven't done well (Ironside, Magnum, Knight Rider, Charlie's Angels, Dragnet, Love Boat, Bionic Woman, Get Smart). Spencer is very talented. I'd love to see her star in something she can own outright.
I wonder if the wolf is a relative of Hayley's. With the emphasis on family, her birthmark, the reason she went South was to try and find a trace of her past, etc, it would add to her back story and the overall theme of family. Just please don't let it be Tyler. I'd much rather Caroline showed up in New Orleans.
About middle English. It was still heavily influenced by the high German roots of old English but softened by the French. However earlier comments were in error: middle English did use the ich variant of I. Just because they didn't read it in Canterbury Tales, doesn't mean that's not how it was pronounced. It was heavily germanic. By the way, those who use Shakespeare as an example are flat out wrong. Shakespeare lived and wrote during the era of Early Modern English. So Sleepy Hollow's use of Middle English was more accurate than most people will realize. Except for the fact that the colonists would have been speaking the English of Shakespeare, Early Modern English, not Middle English. Not an insignificant difference.
Does anyone know how old Bear is?
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