The good news for Ringer fans, it's going to run nearly repeat free for most of its remaining run til May.
@Cupcakekary: They probably booked tickets to a budget airline or had economy-class seats.
If I were to rate each of 90210's four midseason finales:
1.S4 (Love Sneaky-clever but still perkylicious Annie and yes the ending is such a shocker)
2.S2 (Love every moment of "Winter Wonderland", too bad the fall-out from the ending scene relating to Annie's hit-and-run storyline ended in disaster)
3. S3 (Teddy's kiss and the Mr. Cannon reveal were the only highlights of that finale)
4. S1 (Sean's scene in the end was the only thing that kept me through the show's first winter hiatus)
And yes, nice shout-out to Vampire Suck there 90210.
I miss Liomi as much as I miss Lannie. Sad that teddy's gone for good but finally we got to see a very decent send-off (Something we didn't see from the exits of Tabitha, Ethan, Harry, Debbie and Ryan).
Another plus episode for me this season.
And now, Matt and the rest of the TV Fanatic staff have seemed to have grown to love Trevor Donovan. That's one of the few things I'm thankful during Rebecca Sinclair's tenure.
Happy Thanksgiving y'all!
And hello Sara Foster! :D
And hello Liam Court!
@CrAZychicke: I highly rexommend that you go on watch Season 4. At least the new showrunners really stepped it up and made a marked improvement as compared to Rebecca Sinclair's tenure as EP.
Raj was introduced late last season as a love interest for Ivy. She found out that Raj has cancer and also developed feelings with each other (over the course of Season 3's last 6 or so episodes). They married knowing they're relationship is doomed to end. As of the recent episode, Ivy and Raj's storyline makes up for some good teen soap.
Austin was introduced to become Naomi's new boylet. Max broke up with Naomi in part of because Naomi seemed to have already moved on (after they initially broke up over the summer when they both found out Naomi had a false alarm). It kinda seemed natural that they'd do so but I wish Naomi would stop looking for the right man for her.
But at least other than her boy-woes, her development as a character have seen an improvement.
Nick was just introduced on the Thanksgiving episode so no word about him. Hopefully Nilver will meet its demise and Silver would find herself someone else better.
Re: Bold and The Beautiful: The show always have the same recycled stories over and over again. it's always Rick-Brooke-Taylor and their immediate family doing incestuous things with each other. The onyl good about the show is some of the stories Brad Bell is actually willing to show (for Emmy consideration)
But I do love me some Days of our Lives, but that show's more multi-generational so it cannot be really compared with a youth drama such as 9-0.
@Dexter Idolzer: The doctor didn't say that Raj is still going to die, he just said that "it didn't work" as clarification over the results of the treatment he took.
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