This season is still so difficult to watch but I'm sticking with it. It's more tolerable now because we got the old Norrie back and she and Joe know something is definitely wrong with the towns people. Big Jim and Julia working together is interesting but they make a pretty good team. I hate Christine. I can not stand her. After the episode ended I said that I really hope they kill her. I don't want her to not be body snatched or whatever anymore and end up a good guy. Nope that happens to often. I want her dead and gone for good at the end of this season. I'm still hoping that Joe and Norrie escape and team up with Big Jim and Julia and by the looks of the series preview it looks like that will eventually happen.
I'm really loving Kira's story this season. I really want to find out what's happening with her. It's pretty awesome looking. Theo is bad no surprise there. Everyone should learn to listen to Stiles he's generally right about this kind of stuff. I have 2 theories about Theo. 1. that he's an experiment of the doctors which is why he's working with them 2. that he's Malia's brother and The Desert Wolf's is his mother. That one I'm not so sure on but it's a thought that crossed my mind.
I know it's only been 4 episodes but I was considering giving up on the show I was considering that after episode 1 actually and only watching most likely just to see how it turns out not because of enjoyment but this episode has started to that idea around. And it's only because of big Jim, Julia, Norrie, and Joe. They were the highlight of the episode. I did not care about anything else. I actually skipped through a lot of parts because it was just so painful to watch. Love the new team up of Big Jim and Julia. They're an unlikely duo but are the only ones with a clear head and seeing everything for what it really is. Joe was starting to then wasn't but now I think is again after that little discovery with Julia and now I think Norrie is also. Seriously my favorite part was when Norrie ranted about how Joe shouldn't forgive Sam. When she said she hated everything I was with Joe in saying yes she's back. The character I've come to love is back. I hope that now that Norrie is back to being Norrie and that she and Joe are now back together that they find Julia and Big Jim and work together to take down Christine and figure out what is going on. I don't want either Norrie or Joe to start being weird again and going back to their matrix versions because none of them are like able. Really every person who has been changed is horrible now. I don't like anyone besides Julia, Joe, Norrie now that she's herself again, and Big Jim who I have hated pretty much since day one. I just don't care about Barbie or anyone else anymore. I know that it felt like a year to them but how can none of them be questioning anything anymore especially Barbie.
Wow. This season is fantastic so far and we're only 3 episodes in. I'm glad we got a little something on The Desert Wolf. That story is probably the one I'm most curious about since it's been a question since season 4. Lydia's mother has been apart of the story but never fully apart of it. It seems like she knows something is going on but she doesn't know what it is. I'm kind of hoping that after this episode it means she's going to get clued in on to what's been going on and join in. The coolest part of this episode was Kira going full on Kitsune on Stacy. I really hope we learn more about what happened with that and learn more about her powers and what exactly a kitsune is. I feel like we know but we don't truly know. These doctors are really creepy. They are turning people into werewolves and kanimas and who knows what else. This new guy Donovan they did something to him but what? From his eyes he seems to be turning into something we haven't meant before. These doctors experiment on these people then kill them when they don't succeed in whatever they're supposed to be doing. At least Malia saw these doctors so she can tell the others what they're up against. Malia's whole character development is so interesting to see. We're watching her become like a real person learning how to drive and having like emotions and not just relying on her instincts anymore. She wanted to kill Stacy and she could have but she didn't and even tried to explain to her what was happening. I really like her character so it's nice to see her grow.
I wish I could disagree with you but I couldn't agree more on the whole Irisa thing. This whole redeeming no longer killing storyline has bothered me since the beginning of the season. I fell in love with Irisa because of who her character was in season 1 and now she's still my favorite but none of the qualities I've come to love are there anymore. Irisa was like my perfect character. She was a killer and a bit of a psychopath but she still cared very deeply about people. That is my version of a perfect character a psycho who cares. I mean all that in the nicest way. I remember some of the things she did and said in season 1 and it actually made her seem like she kind of enjoyed killing but like you said now it seems like they're trying to make her that she's never liked it and Nolan forced it on her. I was kind of hoping she would leave then come back and help kick some ass. I want the kickass awesome Irisa back. This also seems to be driving her and Nolan apart which is ironic since they can't leave each others side but I don't like that either. My favorite thing about the show is Nolan and Irisa's relationship. It's always been very loving and very father daughter but now we find out that she's been afraid of him. I don't by that. It doesn't make sense. At least on the positive side they're tethered together so live or die it's together. It's no longer a saying it's real. I'm hoping the show redeems it's self and brings back the Irisa we once knew and loved or a new awesome one. Just not one that's all "killing is wrong".
Last week my only complaint was not seeing enough of Johnny in action and this week that's exactly what we got. I loved seeing Johnny in the field instead of just on the ship. I don't blame him either I would be mad to if my brother out ranked me and I had been doing the job a lot longer. Last week I said that I didn't think Johnny was happy about D'avin joining the team. I thought Johnny wanted his brother around but didn't want him to join the team because that was his thing. And I'm happy that I was spot on. Johnny didn't need to prove himself but it was nice seeing him do it. It also caused for at the end for him and Dutch to have a little heart to heart which I loved. We're only 3 episodes in and I'm already in love with Johnny. I also love his and Dutch's partnership. I'm still not sold on D'avin yet. He has a great story and stuff but there's nothing about him that's really making me fall in love with him like I am with Dutch and Johnny. I'm hoping as the series goes I'll start to warm up to him and I thought I was in the last episode but nope. There's just something that kind of bothers me about him and makes me not really like him that much. I like Lucy better than him but what's not to like about Lucy she's their talking spaceship.
This show has always been weird and even though a lot seems to happen it always feels a bit slow. I know it just returned but I'm so confused. I really have no idea where the show is going. I get killing off Melanie sort of. Part of it doesn't make sense. But killing off Barbies dad in the premier made no sense to me because he had just been introduced only to be killed. It just seems pointless. Christine is bad. No surprise I called that in the last episode. She was just so creepy to me. I hope they have plans for this show because right now it's not feeling as good as it use to be.
I also don't think Lesley is A. A is obviously crazy but they're also incredibly smart. I think Lesley isn't stable enough to be A. By the way she lost it in the car after Mona fail there is no was she is stable and in control enough to be A. She may be being controlled by A but she's not A. I'm also not so sure Sara is A either. I don't think she's completely innocent either. I keep having this thought that since Sara was kidnapped so long that maybe she's one of those prisoners that ends up developing feelings for her captor and thinking they're a good guy. I have seen that in other shows like Law & Order SVU and I know how out there of a theory it is but I can't help but always think of that when I see her. It was my first thought when we found out that she was down their in the tunnels also. I think she's helping A because she's in love with A and think's A is in the right. Out of everything that's happened in this show I think this would be one of the things that makes the most sense. Lorenzo is so sweet and nice. I really hope that nothing happens to him or he's actually a bad guy. We need just a nice good guy on this show. And Ally deserves someone nice. Clarke is to random of a character to be trusted. There's something definitely up with him. I don't think he's A either but there's definitely something up with him. I also don't think he's working with A. I think he's connected to someone else and that's why he's there. I wouldn't be surprised if A was a girl but since probably season 1 I have thought of A as a guy. I don't know why but A as a guy just makes the most sense to me. But I wouldn't be surprised if A is a girl either. Okay so officially A theory is that the real big A is a guy but as a bunch of members on team A.
This was a much slower hour than last night. I was hoping to get some answers. I don't know why since this is only episode 2. Anyway I ended up with more questions. So Theo seems to be Theo but his parents are definitely not his parents. Theo can turn into a full wolf. How? I thought that was a rare thing. Thing the only known person to have been able to do that was Derek's mother and then last season Derek evolved to being able to do it. I've been hoping Stiles Is wrong about Theo but we obviously can't trust him. Everyone should know by now to always listen to Stiles. He's always right. I wonder if since Theo can turn into a real wolf if he'll help Malia be able to turn back into a coyote. Because when we first met her she was a coyote but then after she changed back she said that she hasn't been able to change back. I'm thinking that maybe she just needs to learn and then she'll be able to go back and forth between the change. When I saw Scott working on the dog my first thought was that he should become and veterinarian. Then he was taking AP Bio and I thought he's definitely working to become a vet. Then a little later in the episode he actually said that he wanted to become a vet. I loved that. I think he would be perfect as a vet.
I was asking all the same question at the beginning then I decided that it was probably the future or present and we'd go back and the season would be about what leads up to all of that happening with Lydia. Either way I was very confused. I can tell this will be a weird and creepy season by the looks of the ending with those creepy masked doctor scientist dudes. Another thing I was wondering is what was up with that werewolf and the glowing blue claws. Right now I'm going to assume that Lydia's memories are being taken out of context and all that horribleness isn't really like that. I know I'm just kidding myself, this is Beacon Hills after all. But it puts my mind at ease to think that everyone is okay and no one will die. It was sweet and heartbreaking to watch Scott write Allison's initial next to his. I'm glad that they're doing a 2 night premier because I think we need another episode to understand more of what's going on. Or for us to just get more confused and have even more questions.
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