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Once Upon a Time Review: The Blackened Heart
3/18/2013 6:23 PM
I think HER is Neal's fiancé, a fairy tale character NOT from Neverland, knows who Neal is and I have no idea who she could be. I had thought Tinkerbell when they showed her eyes in the previews; as Tink always wanted Peter Pan for herself. But I think Neal is a Lost Boy, so ???? Plus, whatever to Henry: stop being a brat, and accept your family & u can't know grown up stuff.
As for Snow: what happened to our badass girl? Seriously, it was either kill Cora or let her be the Dark One. She was brave and saved her family from being murdered by Cora, which was going to happen no matter what. Have people forgotten that? Oh, yeah Regina you never learn & magic comes w/ a price.
Once Upon a Time Considering Mad Hatter Recast, Spinoff
2/24/2013 12:37 AM
Lincoln Lee...maybe...Seth Gabel is adorable! And he's got the attitude to make a crazy & sexy Mad Hatter. Sebastian Stan also worked because he had great chemistry w/Jennifer Morrison. & his daughter....even Regina. so new blood works for me
Once Upon a Time Review: The Missing Piece
2/18/2013 2:41 PM
I also loved how Emma called Snow for advice, and I have never seen Emma as vulnerable as she was here. Normally, I would have thought she would be calling him names, and how he screwed up her life etc.., but he didn't, and he let her go home. When he mentioned that she still had the necklace, she knew that for all her bravado, she kept it for more than a reminder to never trust anyone again.
Oh, August, messing with their lives, because he was weak & did not take care of Emma, as he was meant to do. Shame! Then stealing the $ Neal had gotten for Emma, oh, but he reminded him the curse was broken, which we now know meant nothing as he never wanted to see his father again. Oh, and timelines...looks like time is different outside of Storbrooke.
PS: Hook, ditch the witches, your vengeance is done, put on some regular clothes and get over it. Cora just wants to be the Dark One...do we all agree?
Fringe Review: The Father and The Son
1/13/2013 8:12 PM
First, I really enjoyed the episode, and seeing the relationship that had developed between September& Walter was wonderful, as was the scene w/Peter. I think we all knew after last week, Peter was not the boy that must live, it was Michael. This means so many things & too much to write in this space.
Second: When Olivia said this was their chance to see Etta again, & Peter looked so sad because he knows it was September who saved his life that fateful day. In that same vein. September is the one who caused Alt-Walter to look away from the cure, so it did not work. Saving Peter in that timeline was a correction of that act.
Third: did anyone see the look Michael gave Olivia when he stepped off the train!? It did looked mean but when he meets Windmark , with a slight smile that said " you have no idea u fool."
Covert Affairs Review: What's Old Is New
10/24/2012 2:30 PM
I would love to make Eyal a regular, as he is a refreshing addition to the time. Annie is a mess, she has not taken the time to heal from Simon, being in prison, and being shot. She can not even go home, and Eyal works 2-fold: she was shocked by the way he treated the asset, and it is best to not forget that he is Mossad. He is in love with Annie, and I think he also is lonely and he loves this feeling of camraderie with people and rescuing Annie brought them together. He said Mossad has cost him a great deal. I do not want to see the reverse her relationship w/Simon, that would be lame.
When Joan said to Annie that she needs to remember that her friends are in the CIA. I am also surprised she did not mention Auggie; he has been her guardian angel,so many times. The only person who can put her back together is Auggie, but I think she will figure that out on her own. She is also extremely vulnerable, and it probably would have been better to have left her on that farm, even though that is not a walk in the park. The Mossad lady is using Annie's vulnerability to get, I do not know what from her. Eyal does not want her to be taken advantage of by anyone, as he did see her go home & leave, which is the real reason he took her to his place in DC, if that is even his real place. But he told Annie he was leaving, so she does not think she will be seeing him for a while. It would be a better choice to see our girl putting the pieces together and not being taken advantage of her.
Also did anyone find it odd, that suddenly it seemed like, why was she w/Simon again? The best intel was what she learned in Cuba. Plus they asked her nothing about her ops while she was in prison, only what she learned from Simon.
So we will see, how many eps are left?
Covert Affairs Review: Planes, Trains and Prison Breaks
10/19/2012 7:57 PM
I think Annie is pushing it with Eyal and Auggie. This time in particular her selflessness was actually being selfish. Eyal is a great addition to her life and he knows what it means to be a spy, and the sacrifices u make. She should have listened to him when he said that interrogators are usually BS. Also why doesn't she dye her hair? I have lived abroad and being blonde has always been associated with being American. If she had and even got a new color after escaping would have made more sense. The baddies always identify her with her hair. I mean Carrie fom Homland does it? But that is much more serious show.
Plus next week she will not betray Eyal, he is too loyal. And I do not think she and Auggie have had a serious conversation about his anguish over his engagement or her feelings about everything. He seemed like whatever after their chat in tthe car, until she asked him to stay. He went balls out to get her to leave Moscow, and it almost worked, so this episode was great I love how aeyal said they were good partners and how he always wants her to come to Israel and see his country and eat the food .
Covert Affairs Review: Planes, Trains and Prison Breaks
10/18/2012 11:48 AM
My biggest issue with this episode was what happened to her injuries? She should have been bleeding, and greater pain, as it was specifically highlighted in the last episode. She also was a mess, she made herself crush any doubt about her mission, when she was close to tears before she left. She looked so tired in the car with Auggie, and he clearly did not expect her to ask him to stay in the car. He almost got her home when he said he needed to talk to her, but she needed justice, and to redeem herself in her eyes. I think she felt like a fool for being played by Lena, and that on top of her feelings for Simon, turned into our beloved ass kick'in girl. I also knew Eyal would save her, because he was the only person who would do it. As for Auggie, she owes him so much, and I hope she sees that upon her return. He has realized his feelings for her, and if anything or nothing happens, Auggie needs her in his life. He had fought for her & was probably frustrated he could not get her himself.
Covert Affairs Review: Moscow Mambo
9/20/2012 3:33 AM
I loved Simon and Annie together, and he was amazing. Obviously he had been looking to get out by saying that he had built this cover in the Maldives. I love how he knew she was CIA, but fell in love with her anyway, and so did she. I loved how everytime he saw her he always said "God, I missed you". But she was much younger and could not give everything up quite yet....I think more than being spies this was what separated them; and I do not say that because I thought age matters, but I think here it did.
As for Auggie, I am not sure Annie knew what it was like for him to see her dying and get revived. She was clearly angry and sad, but she wanted vengeance before she could heal. I mean her stitches were still breaking, and the way she acted when the Russian pianist saw, it was like she had been raped and metanorphically she had been...and Auggie knew she was heartbroken, and what a serious injury does to your head. But I guess they have those jobs for a reason, because I would have been scared that I would actually lose the person this time. But he supported her and plus, he knows she's badass.
He almost got her to come back, she welled up a little, but she went and gave Lena, who I would call a sociopath good. As for Eyal, I thought he would have shown up this episode, because he as Mossad had a better chance of getting her out of the pit they are putting her . But I know he will be there for the next few episodes.
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