Oh yay, more of Elena being an expressionless, helpless damsel in distress. Meh. Can't wait till they turn EVEN this into "all about love triangle". Hey, they ignored all the chances to develop her for three seasons already, why stop doing that now? The show will make it all about Steffie and Damon's reactions, yet again and Miss Cardboard, Bella Swan of tv shows will remain boring and character-less
And if thats Klaus in Tyler's body, the show has entered the new level of creepy and sick. Ew, just...eww. I mean, yeah, the show already ignored and excused two cases of Damon raping and abusing female character(first caroline, then andie), but now Klaus will commit a double rape? Oh yay, I am so glad I am done with this trainwreck.
Got to love how they are handling the selective amnesia storyline so far - less ship angst, more interesting plotlines and character growth. Its nice to see that it has multiple important purposes, apart from, well, angst.
The episode otherwise was AWESOME. Hank is becoming more and more likeable, Wu is getting more screentime and at the same time the main plotline is ALSO progressing alongside everything else, in style of David Greenwalt's previous shows.
Really, just flawless episode all around. 5/5
For some reason I like how Elena looks on this photo, her hair I mean, cos really that needs to change, the girl needs a make-over ASAP!
Frankly the problem is not the clothes.
Elena might dress like she gets her clothes from Salvation Army, but it would be easy to overlook if there was personality behind the rags, so to say.
Sadly Elena is boring both on the inside and on the outside.
Four words: too little, too late.
For three seasons, for 66 episodes, watching Elena has been more boring than watching a cardboard box. The S3 finale was touted as the character development episode for elena, and it failed majorly.
Do they REALLY expect for people to start caring about miss cardboard bella swan now?
To say that its a little too late for that would be understatement.
The show can't even keep its own villains sufficiently evil, no need to even start talking about turning supposedly "good" guys into "evil"
Even Bonnie continues down this dark path..it wouldn't be for long...on this show every character is back to being a sweety-pie in like 5 episodes.
LOL THIS SO MUCH.
Remember how they hyped up "evil steffie" storyline only to give a completely lame emo-steffie for 7 episodes and then throw it all under the bus as if it never ever happened?
your'e polluting the comment Section..
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Hopefully germy FINALLY bites it, I gues 452453245th time is the charm finally. His death has been 1-2 seasons overdue and now will generate absolutely no emotion.
That's the problem with all the "deaths" in this show - they do not matter, they have no consequences and no effect upon the show. And no one dies when they are killed for the first time...there's always something to resurrect them again and again till character becomes so bland and boring that even when the real death happens, no one gives a shit anymore.
I am also glad that Hank know the truth but now I wonder how can he see them
I have an issue...how can Hank see the Wesen? I kind of thought that was a Grimm thing?
It might be that after a wessen willingly(or after completely loosing control) shows it, the human mind becomes "aware" of those shifts and can see even when they do it unwillingly.
And how can Nick sometimes be recognized and sometimes not?
this is something they will apparantly explore this season - how wessen recognize grimms and why they exactly are so fearful of them.
VERY awesome episode.
- I LOVE Hank's reaction to the truth. Now I do NOT expect that it will be all calm and nice and most likely Hank will be all maverick-y to Nick's "stable cop" now in terms of supernatural world, but its nice to see such an...unexpected and non-cliche reaction from him. Thank you,show.
- Juliette and Nick's storyline breaks my heart. Now I am pretty sure they will have to "rediscover" their love and that their first kiss will bring her memories back or something, possibly in the midst of plot involving Adalind.
- Possibly favorite scene of the episode - Renard's and Nick's cat and mouse game about Adalind's mother's death - both of them carefully picking what to say and what to reveal as known.
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