Great episode! (great twist! Only called it a few seconds before it happened)
But just a few things :
- Seriously Henry, the first thing you ask is what the hourglass is for and not "how come is this place covered in skulls?" Like how is that a good thing, why would you save magic in a place that has the shape of skulls and has a thousand skull-shaped rocks everywhere, it's beyond me.
- Second, how did Henry not hear Rumple and Peter Pan? How big can this cavern be seriously, And it was echoing like hell!
- Third, how come no one (Emma,Regina or Bael) asked where the hell was Rumple?? He goes there first and isn't there when they get in, but you know what, never mind. Not like it could have made Henry realize something was veeery wrong.
I get that Henry would believe Peter Pan over his family, with how they sometimes lied to him about stuff, but it was kinda weird, the acting didn't sell it for me.
Can't wait to see how they save Rumple and Henry!
Also great acting from the guy playing Rumple's father and stealing old-Rumple's mannerisms, that was pretty cool!
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 14:05
Am I the only one who thought The Black Canary sounded like she was playing pinball when she was fighting?
(yes this is my review of this episode, I'm sorry, that kind of distracted me)
(ok episode, a bit on the cheesy side though :/)
I kinda feel like Charlie is just a Miles 2.0 now, being witty and dark and all. (her chasing after Monroe doesn't help either) It annoys me a bit.
Otherwise all the storylines are waaay better than next season. Not a big fan of the resurrection and dead rats stuff, but I like Aaron, Rachel and her father enough to be interested anyway.
Looking forward to the next episode!
Sorry, my comment got cut.
Last part of the last sentence was :
but closing the hospital or having one or more of them losing their job would probably be at least as horrible.
Btw I second Ninna on the whole don't judge other people's english in here. (and her english was pretty good) For some of us here, english isn't our first language ;) And if you're going to criticize someone else's english, at least post a comment about the episode while doing so?
I, for one, really liked the lack of relationship drama. I like drama as much as the next fan, but sometimes I feel like Grey's is going a little too far for me.
This episode was really good, great character development, Arizone was as awesome as ever and Capshaw is doing a veeery good job. I liked seeing Owen without the whole Cristina drama (as much as I love Cristina)
And I do understand where Bailey is coming from. She's not really angry at those who got the money/the survivors but she just doesn't see an easy way out of the financial problems for the hospital and they were offered one where none of them lost their jobs! So they should be happy for that, at least. (though I'm still wondering why the hell the advisor didn't talk about firing Webber, that would have seem logical even though I like his character, he's not doing much) (and I know he was her teacher, but still) It's horrible to cut the ER, but closing the hospital or having one or more of them losing their job would probably be at least as horrible.
It definitely looks interesting! I hope all those developments will help make the show better in this second half.
I like crossover... But a personal case for Mac? Again? I'm getting tired of CSI:NY being the Mac Taylor show sometimes, let the others shine a little.
(Or let Mac shine less or something)
And as a die-hard Criminal Minds fan I would have preferred a CM/CSI crossover, but that's probably just a fan's unrealistic dream...
I really liked this episode... but maybe that's because I loved the ending with Rachel.
One of the things I liked the most was Miles' hallucination because I am still waiting for more Monroe/Miles backstory so the insight into Miles' mind was interesting.
But yeah there are still flaws... And I can't really stop watching because I absolutely adore the premise. I really want to know what they are going to make of it in the end and I'll see where I stand at the end of the season.
There's not enough Ivy! I hope she'll still get to be around even after what happened in the finale...
Sorry my comment was cut out, here's the rest :
Of course the episodes won't have the same pace, they don't have the same time in each episode! (unless Elementary had two episodes back to back, that would be interesting)
And to the person who said "we don't need Irene and Moriarty in this show"... it's a Sherlock Holmes based show, what do you expect? They are supposed to have this characters at some point, they are important in the original material... If they don't bring them in, then it's just another cop show, no need to call the characters Sherlock and Watson and say it's based on the books.
I also don't know what to make of Sherlock's confession. The first thing that came to my mind when he said Irene was dead was "He's lying!' but that's just because I don't really want her dead. i like your theory that she faked her death and he believes she truly is dead, that would be very interesting!
Whatever the truth is, I can't wait!
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