I thought this was a perfect episode to come back from hiatus with - not only was it tame enough to not scare/alienate viewers, it was a good intro of the characters. This episode had one of the best showcases of a lot of characters. Easily Britta's best episode in a long, long, long time. She was much more than a two-dimensional caricature - I LOVED her this time. This was also one of the best Shirley episodes - it's great when we see the balance she brings to the group sometimes. Troy and Abed being normal - was WEIRD. I thought it was hilarious that everything they said sounded like sarcasm. And there were some real knee-slapper jokes. 24hr weird-down, Shirley's sexy-voice, Jeff's heart, Kilmer vs Bale...just so much. When Troy came out in Pierce's dad's ceramic wig I almost had an aneurysm LOL Welcome back, Community. I've missed you terribly.
Great! I'm really enjoying this show.
Finally watched this today - LOVED. IT. There were several spots where I almost cried...the guy in Japan with his daughter's photos on the Jumbotron, Martin trying to connect with his son when he dropped him at the facility...LOVED IT.
@SuzyQ - I just have to say; that's one of the most brilliantly well-stated comments/arguments I've ever read on the entire internet :-) I think it's a bit too soon to say that Storybrooke is a better place - it may seem like it now, but we're getting a lot of history. Like any country, the people of Fairy Land had to struggle to make it a happy place and have freedom, and I think that's where the story is going. I'm sure present day Fairy-Tale Land - what we saw at the beginning of the series, with Snow and Charming married with child, Rumpel in jail, etc - will prove to be a much happier, more vibrant place than Storybrooke ever could be. Kudos to the writers - I totally didn't see Red being the wolf coming. I love how they're twisting these stories. And to have the boyfriend named Peter...love it! Like others, I wish they got to explore Ruby as a deputy more, but so far these writers seem to know what they're doing, so I'm just gonna enjoy the ride.
How can people see trailers like this and STILL watch the Big Bang Theory instead? How can "what will Sheldon say next" hold more intrigue than THIS?!? (smh)It wrinkles my brain.
This was a good episode - last week's was better, but this was still good. I'm glad other people noticed the look that Juliette gave Monroe. She's not normal - I'm sure of it. I'm convinced that Aunt Marie was trying to warn Nick of HIS safety, not hers - her wording is ambiguous that way. Holy crap - that dragon chick was psycho. I mean, I don't blame her for wanting to rip Nick's clothes off, but STILL...she was just nuts!! Villains like that are kind of the most interesting though, because they're the most unpredictable. She's like the Joker to Nick's Batman. I'm both scared of and looking forward to her return. I agree with everyone - less Hank, more Monroe. And more Renard - he intrigues me.
@Jill - I'm with you there on Giuntoli and Sasha Roiz. Oh my...
1. I loved the premiere. I thought it was engaging and thought provoking. I also think that it will have a much better chance at longevity if the procedural aspect of it takes precedence to the mythology. 2.I gotta say I prefer the son's reality. I like his partner there a bit more, and I like the idea of him and his son working on their relationship. 3. I'd say the Constitution argument owned all. 4. I actually don't think it matters, really. I actually think it's more fun to figure out the crossovers between the two rather than trying to figure out which is real.
1. Favourite part has to be Esposito telling Beckett, "As you wish." THE PRINCESS BRIDE!! 2. I think Martha just wants her son to be really, truly happy. If Kate makes him happy, then she's a shipper. 3. Agreed with Courtney. A little bit of both. 4. Definitely the dolls. I'm with Ryan on this one - Child's Play (Chuckie) ruined dolls for me. One or two is fine, but a roomful of them? CREEPY. Another good moment for me was Castle telling Beckett that she's cute when she's angry. However, I think he ruined it when he said, "but not with me." The old "you smell like cherries" Castle would have never backtracked. I'm glad he's maturing, but I miss his cockiness!
I thought the colour scheme was obvious UNTIL he woke up that one time and wasn't sure where his wife was...it was blue until he found her then it was red...THEN I got confused. What an amazing show. Glad to have something else to look forward to watching.
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