"Oh, Gunnar. You are embarrassing." HAHAHAHAHAHA!! So true! I try not to watch or lend any creedence to previews - especially from ABC - because they tend to be deliberately misleading or spoilery. So I'm just gonna ignore the preview as usual. I was SHOCKED at Jeff's death, I didn't see that coming at all. It's too bad - his character was interesting. He was a jerk, but there was still some level of humanity in him that you could see when he was with Layla. I would have liked to see him explored a little bit. I know some people don't like Rayna because she's the one character that doesn't screw up, really. But I love her because she is not afraid to call a spade a spade. I was literally applauding when she took Markus down a notch and told him how difficult and arrogant he was being. He is the worst.
Oh no, we don't talk about the existence of "that" movie ;-)
That shark freakin' made my night. I could not stop laughing. That was so well executed. For me, the most intriguing thing about this story so far is easily Harrison Wells. Which is fitting since he was the best thing about last season. Iris handled her mother like a boss. And I love how these writers keep throwing comic gems for us. Macgregor Syndrome, the disease that Nora Fries had.
My impression was that Emma figured that Regina's tear wouldn't work, and decided to use Violet to get Henry's tears long before they tried Regina's. The Dark One always has a manipulative master plan.
Great review. I agree completely about Jeff and Layla's relationship. It's a mess and it's interesting to watch because of its imperfections. As for Juliette and Avery - The only ending to this story that would make me happy is if Juliette checked herself into rehab and made a concerted effort that would allow Avery to give her another chance. I seriously, seriously, seriously hope she doesn't go back to her old defiant self and challenges Avery. He has every right to full custody given the circumstances she's created. I can't watch that.
His reasoning behind killing Sara was also illogical. I feel like the writers sit in the Arrow Writers' Room and think, "okay, how can we make Malcolm make as little sense as possible this time?"
I see we're back at the Malcolm Merlyn School of That Makes No Sense. My brother and I spent 5 minutes with the show paused trying to figure out Malcolm's thought process. I've decided that Malcolm has never, ever supposed to make sense and that it's been a character trait from day one. We've been the idiots for trying to apply logic to him.
The Juliette/Avery storyline was interesting...until the assistant with the IQ of a soapdish pulled a Three's Company. How stupid do you have to be to not know the difference between an emergency that can't be ignored and a phone call that should be dismissed? And what kind of assistant to a famous person dismisses someone on the phone with "she said she doesn't care?" I'm done - this needs to end.
Thanks for the heads-up!
Gina has that kind of unpredictability and self-confidence that can sure throw people off. I love her. And yes, Charles is one of the greatest second bananas ever to grace the screen. Joe Lo Truglio is a treasure.
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