I never, EVER expected Porter Scavo to be the father of Julie's baby! What an interesting little twist, even though I expected it once the twins were listening in on Lynette and Susan's conversations. It just seems so silly to me that Susan wouldn't be supportive of her daughter's decisions. I'm very interested to see how this storyline plays out...it's one we haven't really seen on DH before! Equally as selfish this week...Gabi. To be expected of course, but I'm kinda confused as to why she can't hire a nanny to help with the girls. I guess it would deprive the audience of her antics. When it was revealed that Karen's cancer had spread, I figured she would be the one to die. However, Renee's conversation with the loan shark was extra creepy. Maybe there will be a double death?
I was wondering the same thing.
Really great ending to the season. It's hard to believe that we'll have to wait 11 months to see the beginning of season 3!
I thought this was a great Cristina/Owen episode. I'm a fan of them, although I can understand why people don't think they fit together. I just think that they interact together really well. They're both hardcore in different ways. Even from their interactions fighting in therapy, I would rather watch them together than any other couple on the show...including Mer/Der. Would've loved to see Amelia interacting with Meredith or Zola. I get that her presence at SG was more about Erica and the tumor, but sometimes it's those little forgotten things that make all the difference. I was also secretly hoping that Derek would head out to L.A., as I think it would be fun for him to see Addison in her "new" environment.
I really liked this crossover episode! Charlotte was incredible with Mason! I love Addie, but I really love the way that Charlotte just gets it right. She does what's best for the people around her, including not being afraid to call them out if necessary. Pretty disinterested in the Sam/Corrine storyline, but I think I would just rather see more Jaddison. I'm a big fan of the fact that he's such a gentleman, and he obviously cares about her in a very genuine way. Exactly what she needs...someone who will support her when it matters most.
As for Daniel collapsing on the beach, go back to the scene. We do see him falling down, but we DON'T actually see him being shot...there's a sound of a gunshot, and then the screen jumps to Daniel falling down. I don't think there's anything to it except a clever misdirection. It also seems like, in the first scene, the person who shot Tyler was wearing a black jacket. Interesting, considering that most of the men are in white tuxedos for the party. I'm glad Tyler's actually dead now - what a crazy character to have around! It'll be interesting to see exactly how much he told Daniel regarding Emily. Also, if Tyler was at a hospital for the criminally insane, shouldn't that play into Daniel's defense? The dude showed up to his birthday party with a gun! I also hope that the information that Tyler gave Daniel was switched by Takeda or something. Love this show! Keeps me on the edge of my seat.
I'm new to the game. I've never really been interested in American Idol, and I hate watching all those bad singers embarrass themselves. But after watching The Voice after the Super Bowl, I really like the set up of the blind auditions, and I find myself oddly invested in who the singers choose to be their coach. It also helps that Blake Shelton is hilarious and Adam Levine is oh-so-easy on the eyes.
After this episode, I seriously hoped that Susan's character will be the one to die. I can deal with Lynette and her separation storyline, Gabi's general hysterics, and even Bree's downward spiral. Susan, on the other hand, has nothing to contribute to this show. How utterly obnoxious it is to sabotage your child's adoption interview, specifically in the manner in which it was sabotaged. Just kind of silly to me, and a big downer on what I thought was otherwise a decent episode.
Oh, Lord, this is a bad idea. I mean, kudos to them if they do pull it off tastefully and respectfully, but Glee is bad enough when it spends weeks shooting an episode. I hope this last minute addition doesn't come off as tacky or unpolished.
This season of SVU definitely reminds me of L&O:CI. I never really got into that series because I liked the very linear plot that the L&O franchise had developed up until then. Honestly, I think that's what they do best. I just find myself not being able to get into this show anymore, which is disappointing. I still like the characters but I strongly dislike the way the writers are telling the story.
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