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Being Human Review: The Natural Order of Things

Aiden is cured! Yay! I enjoyed the heck out of the fact that by trying to kill Aiden with Erin's blood Liam actually helped to save him. And Nora is back to being a loyal friend. Again, yay! It was touching that she brought Kat over to see Aiden "one last time." Pete, the naked, hippy werewolf was comical. Better yet, Pete encouraged Josh to finally take a step toward reconciling himself with his inner wolf. I wouldn't mind seeing more of old Pete. It's clear that Sally's predicament is only going to grow worse. She has some tough choices to make. And I doubt Donna the witch will be willing to offer much in the way of help since the sooner Sally dies the better as far as Donna is concerned.

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Being Human Review: Living Dead Girl

Great episode, very exciting. Aiden was awesome. Tortured and still wouldn't give up Nora to Liam! Enough is enough. It's time for Nora to either get with the program or get the hell out. And Josh was at his finest, risking his own life and willing to kill again in order to save Aiden. Go Josh! It may sound mean but I'm SO glad he's a werewolf again. Sally & Nick were hysterical. Seemed to me that Nick just couldn't face up to what he's become and that's the reason he didn't tell Sally the truth. But I wish Sally had gone to the people who could have given her the best help and advice about her current woes - her roommates - instead of to what's his name. Until the kitchen table scene with Aiden & Josh it felt like Sally was totally out of their circle! I didn't like that. They are at their best together.

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Being Human Review: Living Dead Girl

Aiden has the vampire virus, Josh is a werewolf again, and Sally is rapidly decomposing. The scene with the three of them together at the kitchen table said it all. Back together again and in deeper shit than ever. I can hardly wait for the next episode. This season just keeps getting better and better!

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Being Human Review: Turn, Turn, Turn

Fantastic episode from beginning to end. Aiden's unexpected 3:00AM frat party really kick-started the episode. Fun stuff! I loved his wild dancing and the fact that he called Sally over to join him. And for the first time I actually enjoyed Erin aka teen wolf and was able to buy into Josh and Nora's parental feelings toward her. The Aiden/Sally dance at the bar is without a doubt my favorite scene thus far in any episode of the series with the "so you wanna die" stake scene coming in a close second. The great chemistry is what makes this series so captivating so give us more of these two together BH!

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