. Everone knows that, with the exception of Buffy and the original Dracula, the vampire process is final because the person is technically dead.
Buffy is not an exception.
There was total of two devamping situations. One required reality warping gods to interfere for a person to get "unvamped" and there was a huge universal price attached to that to the point that Angel backed out of the deal. For another case, Darla, yet again, universal level beings and huge consequences(not to mention that it was Darla-specific situation that would not have worked on anyone else).
Generally its impossible to "unvamp" someone since being vampire is what keeps a vampire alive. Thats what makes it MEANINGFUL.
Writers of TVD ALREADY took away any meaning from DEATH both with plot device tools and friggin afterlife ghosts. Now they will take away the meaning from turning too. The show is dead.
Its taken three seasons for the writers to decide to turn Elena into a vampire, and there's already talk of writing in a storyline turning her back into a human.
THIS SO MUCH
IF they had an idea of turning her back from vampire, they should have vamped her in the end of season one and spent s2 and three developing her. Then turning her into something else in season four would have been justifiable.
Now its just too damn little too damn late as no one cares about Elena anymore and there's no shock nor no intensity to this turning because we had DOZENS of turnings before. If it happened in the end of S1 and was the first(not counting vickie) turning we ever seen, it would have held an emotional significance and allowed them to develop Elena...now? Sorry, majority of fanbase gives no fucks about miss cardboard.
All I know is that from this list, OUAT deserves to win in all the cattegories it has been nominated in.
Choice TV Show: Drama - Revenge.
Choice TV Actor: Drama - David Boreanaz, Bones
Choice TV Actress: Drama - Emily VanCamp, Revenge(sorry SMG, was VERY hard to chose between you and EVC)
Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi - Once Upon a Time, no competition there.
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi - Joshua Jackson, Fringe
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi - Ginnifer Goodwin, Once Upon a Time(Frankly she deserves an EMMY for her role)
I never had the impression that there was only one Grimm in the entire world at one time. I thought Aunt Marie said that Grimm abilities emerged at a certain age, and not in every Grimm. It's been inferred that the Grimms in Europe work for the "royal houses."
Yep itsbeen stated countless times that there are multiple grimm bloodlines all around the world going back to few thousand years back. Nick just happens to be a part of this bloodline.
Also it might be two per bloodline since, after all, you had TWO grimm brothers at once.
I am not too sure on what to think on Juliette opening her eyes.
On one hand it might be because of what Adalind did and what Adalind wants.
On other hand it might be a side reaction Adalind did not guess would happen. We did see that there's something fishy about Juliette from time to time.
Hank on other hand is going paranoid. Hopefully he gets stuff explained to him and recovers. The very fact that he has no idea on what the hell did he see is what is driving him crazy.
overall a GREAT finale. Can't wait for S2.
So that goes back to my suspicions that either jane himself is red john (with some sort of multiple personality disorder) or that its lisbon or someone in that team.
I found something VERY Interesting this episode. The very last scene. Jane's behavior there. Lisbon was very uncomfortable with how he was tehre. And I agree.
Jane might have PRETENDED and all, but from all this little plan he did come a changed and darker man. THere's something very...different about him.
Great episode(especially loved Emily's emotionless "imsorry" speech to daniel, complete with eye-roll as well as Nolan calling her a sociopath)
All I can coherently say about it is...
Well congrats Nolan...your emotions might have just jeopardized everything Emily did and put everyone you care about including her in terrible danger.
And she will STILL most likely need to kill the white haired guy next week.
if he saw the future, he would have seen that Pinocchio climbed in the wardrobe and would have known who August is, he would have seen Belle and that she was alive, and would have seen this world before he entered it,
August case was explained by august himself - Rumple wanted him to be bae so much that he ignored every warning he himself knew.
And Bae and Belle are connected to him. And in most of cases one can't see his own futures.
It has been alluded more than once that Rumple can see future.
Rumple never saw any future,
Erm, yes he did. He knew when to come to certain events, he knew he would be imprisoned by Cinderella, etc. In the first episode its outright stated that "he can see into the future".
Yes IT WAS his plan EVERYTHING WAS HIS PLAN down to one twin dieing and other having to take his place. The thing is that such a plan of centuries of length, would be impossible without seeing into future.
He saw the possibilities of future and he planned accordingly, so everything would fall into place exactly as he wants. There has not been even one event in this show he did not plan or foresee.
I think love will eventually triumph in this show, if the creators can end it on their own terms. But I think both Regina and Gold will be vanquished, as a consequence. I can see both of them in the end, just as Voldemort was at the conclusion of the Harry Potter saga: shriveled souls completely alone and utterly miserable. A tragic end brought on by their refusal of love.
can't see that.
Regina is clearly set up to have a redemption arc. Especially after the whole frienemies interaction with Emma this episode and getting demoted to secondary villain. She is essentially Emma's FOIL, sure, but this episode proved that she is not beyond redemption.
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