Marissa

I've always enjoyed the show from the beginning but it took a few episodes for me to really fall in love with it. I'm sad it's over but also so happy because it means we get SHIELD back next week and it's been killing me not knowing what's going to happen next. I know this was only a mini series and it's a real long shot but I really hope this gets renewed for another season because I really want to see more of everyone.
I loved Peggy and Cap together but since we know she obviously didn't end up with him this entire show I was hoping it would be Sousa that she eventually ends up with. And by that ending I see it's still a possibility. Peggy kicking Dottie out of the window was awesome and what I figured would happen. I was so excited to see her go down. Then when she disappeared I knew it was to good to be true that she actually died falling out of a window on to a plane. But I was hoping. I figured Sousa was either not being affected by the mind control hypnosis stuff or something and earlier in the episode I thought what if they all were to wear ear plugs and was really happy to see that's how he wasn't affected. Peggy pouring Steve's blood into the river was so emotional. I thought that was the perfect thing for her to do with it. It makes sure that it can never fall into the wrong hands. But more importantly it's what she needed to do to finally let go and to start to really move on. Oh I love how Angie and Peggy are moving into Starks house together. And Angie's reaction to everything was perfect and the best was her reaction to hearing that there's a phone in every room in the house. I would love to have another season and to see her and Peggy rooming together because before they just were neighbor basically it would be more fun to see them as actual roommates. I will miss the show and keep hoping to get another season but am so excited to finally get SHIELD back next week. I can't wait to find out what happens.

Marissa

I liked the episode. It was good. My problem is that ever since Shaw left I've just been disappointed with each episode. She is my favorite character. I mean she's actually the whole reason I started watching the show. I saw a trailer for an episode in season 3 and thought she looked like a fun character so decided to watch the show and it was good but then when she became a main character in season 3 it became my favorite season. Root also became a favorite character so since Shaw's gone for now Roots my favorite character but it seems like we never see enough of her. I hope we get more Root after the way this episode went for her. I just want 3 things: 1. Shaw back 2. More Root and 3. More Root and Shaw scenes together because they're always just so much fun. I know it will be awhile to get that and I'll wait because it will be worth it. I also want to see the POI team and their recruits kick some Samaritan ass in the finale. Ever since Samaritan came into existence I wish it wasn't an IA but a real person or something so they could just shoot it. How can an IA make you hate it so much? It's also that guy who's name I'm forgetting that's like in charge of Samaritan him and that blonde agent. I just can't wait to see them all get their butts kicked by the POI team.

Marissa
The Librarians: Renewed for Season 2!

Yay! I've been hoping for this news since the finale actually since like the first episode.

Marissa
Arrow, TVD, 6 Other Dramas Renewed by The CW

Yes! All the shows I watch are being renewed. The 100, Arrow, The Flash, Reign, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals. I wasn't even expecting news this early but am so glad I don't have to wait till everything ends and then completely go insane worrying if my favorite shows will be coming back.

Marissa

Spectacular episode. Definitely a favorite. I loved seeing the Reverse Flash but I honestly didn't think we would get that much of him but we actually got a pretty good amount which was awesome. Ok so I don't read comics and know anything about the DC universe especially The Flash. I literally know nothing about him except for the obvious stuff like his name and what his powers can do. That's about it and that's all stuff I heard about or had learned from on a cartoon. Even though I don't know anything about the universe I still have theories that I've come up with from watching the show and don't care if I'm totally wrong because this is just the vibe I'm getting from the show. Ok first obviously called this since day 1 is that Dr. Wells can't be trusted. I can't decide who he is yet and can't make a guess but I consider that he could be the Reverse Flash but I also can't see it. The only thing I feel really sure about is that he's from the future. He seems to want to protect the Flash because he's worried about him going missing so I don't know if he's a bad guy bad guy or what. Someone else I'm considering as the Reverse Flash is Eddy. Not because of anything about him. I don't see him as bad I see him as the good guy but I can't help but feel that he could be the Reverse Flash. One of the things I though of before I saw this episode and after the last episode was how the Flash disappeared. I remembering watching a movie where the Flash went back in time to save his mom but in doing so it messed everything up to where he didn't become to Flash. Could that be a theory for how the Flash is missing? I don't even know how true that is but there's also the problem with my theory that if he did go back and it caused him to never become to Flash then he never would have been the Flash which means the Flash wouldn't exist which means no one would no about him so no one would know he is missing. That's the only problem with my theory and it's a pretty big one. But that or something similar seems more possible after this episode because as Cisco brought up the night Berry's mom was murdered he saw yellow and red lightning which most likely means that the Reverse Flash killed his mom but Berry was also there. Maybe trying to stop it? Maybe something happened and he got lost in time or something? There's just so many possibilities it's hard to come up with a good working theory. I'm glad that Berry finally told Iris how he felt. I mean everyone knew Joe, his dad, Cisco, Caitlin, Dr. Wells, Felicity, even Eddy felt like Berry had a thing for her but the only one who couldn't see it was Iris herself. It bothered me that she never said anything to Berry and not that she continued to be with Eddy but that she was sitting on his lap at the house in front of Berry and didn't even try to talk to him about what he said to her. How does she feel? Does she even know how she feels? I liked seeing Ronnie again. Seriously I've been waiting since I heard Robbie Amell was cast as him and he was playing Firestorm. I kept thinking about ways the others would find out about him but this way never crossed my mind and it was a cool way. I can't wait to see where Ronnie goes from here and how they get him to join them and how he and Caitlin interact from now on because we'll obviously see him again some time soon. I can't wait till the show returns in January it's getting so good and so much has happened and we're only in season 1.

Marissa

Why Tripp? I would have rather of had Mack dead. I liked him sure but I liked Tripp more an knew him better. Why? I knew he was going to die when he went back down. I just knew he was going to be the one that died. We saw Mack drop down the hole which would have killed any normal person but he was possessed or something and we never saw his body and in TV if there's no body then they aren't dead and even when you have a body they aren't always dead. Ok so first I know nothing about the comics or anything Marvel really except for what I learn in the movies or in this show. So I don't know what a lot of things are that are happening or who people might be. But since everyone was talking about theories of the Kree, Inhumans, and Skye being Daisy who's Quake made me do a bit of research so I know a few things but still absolutely nothing. Which I am ok with because it just makes the little surprises that much more surprising. I know we found out Skye's name but I'm still calling her Skye because it's what I'm use to and I just like it better than Daisy. Skye's reunion with her father went a lot better than I expected it would go which was nice and I liked that she actually listened to him and got the truth about what happened to her mother. I also liked that Skye didn't kill him which means we'll definitely see him again and it showed that she doesn't want to kill her own father. Speaking of killing I know he's not dead but I was actually a little surprised that Skye shot Ward. I hope that doesn't make him turn on her and he still tries to help her and stuff because even though he's a bit crazy it shows that he cares. I was trying to get through this episode fast because it was late when I watched it so I had to watch it again especially the ending because I needed to make sure what happened happened and make sure I didn't miss anything. So Skye has transformed and now has some sort of powers I assume and so does Reyna. So what are their powers? I'm excited to find out when the show returns. I'm also excited to see how Coulson and the rest of the team react to Skye's new abilities because her father said they wouldn't accept her so even though I don't believe that I'm excited to see how they react to them and to her. I definitely think that seeing Tripp literally crumble to dust right before her eyes will affect her going forward. I'm so glad Whitehall is dead. I've been waiting for it but I didn't think it would happen this fast. Which leaves the question. Who is the new big bad? March? Really? It returns in March? Everything else seems to be returning in January so a month that due able but March. That's 3 months away. Why so long? Why? They're doing this to us on purpose. They know we hate having to wait so they torture us by making us have to wait even longer than other shows.

Marissa
Arrow Season 3 Episode 9 Review: The Climb

What an amazing episode. This has got to be the best episode of the season so far or at least I think it is. Ray opening up to Felicity and showing her the suit and telling her his plans was great. He really is just a good guy and he just came right out and was completely honest with Felicity which was amazing. Laurel is not good at keep her sisters death a secret. It seems that the only one that doesn't know now is Lance. She just told Thea she didn't even try to hide it and then she told her mom because her mom could tell something was wrong and she actually guessed it Laurel didn't have to say it. When Oliver was saying goodbye to everyone it really felt like this was the end. Like he wasn't coming back. I kept telling myself that it's not the end because Oliver can't die. His goodbye to Thea was great. I was really expecting him to tell her that he was the arrow. My favorite goodbye though was between Oliver and Felicity. He told her he knew 2 things. 1 being that he would do whatever it takes to protect his sister and 2 that he loves her. It was so great hearing him say it but also so sad because then it really really felt like this was the end of Oliver Queen. I know my biggest question from this episode is whether Oliver is alive or dead but it's not. It's actually, How old is Ra's Al Ghul? He said he hadn't been challenged in 67 years. He also said that the first time he killed someone was when he was 11. So he's got to be at least 78, right? He doesn't look that old. How is that? How old is he?
Oliver isn't dead he can't be. My reasoning for that besides that I just don't want him to be is that there can't be Arrow without the Green Arrow. There can't be the Green Arrow without Oliver Queen. And there can't be Oliver Queen without Stephen Amell. I think that pretty solid evidence as to why he can't be dead. I'm also in total denial and will never accept it until there is actual proof. We saw him get cut and stabbed twice and pushed off a mountain but this is TV and if I've learned anything in my years of watching many shows is that no one is ever dead unless you see a body and even then they still aren't always dead you need a body and then actual proof actual solid proof the person is dead. So if we don't get any of that which we haven't yet then he is not dead. God I really hate Merlin. Just needed to say it. I can't wait till the show returns in January.

Marissa
Stalker Season 1 Episode 11 Review: Tell All

Really good episode. Absolutely loved Janice in this episode. At first she just seemed like she was there but now she's becoming more of a character and is my second favorite. My first being Beth of course. The case of the week wasn't that exciting but I found the victim Stella a total bitch. I just didn't like her. It wasn't anything she said or did but she just came off as a total bitch to me. I was actually hoping that she was crazy, or behind the stalking, or both, or something. You know so that there would be a good logical reason as to why I just hated her but there was nothing. When Janice confronted Perry in the parking garage I instantly knew what she was trying to do and I knew what was about to happen and I couldn't stop smiling and then when she finally got him and he attacked her and the cops came and arrested him was just the best. It was the big fallout I was hoping for with him and Beth facing off and lives lost and everything but this was satisfying. For now at least. Because I'm positive this isn't the last we've seen of him. With Perry I was never worried about Beth because I never thought her life was really endanger but I was worried about her friend and this episode got me worried about Janice. And I'm still worried about Janice because I could see Perry getting out of jail and then coming after her and Beth and the rest of the team but actually hurting her. I can't wait till the show returns.

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Marissa

I've just had so many feelings this week with all the mid season finale's especially since I watched Arrow right before this. This wasn't even a mid season finale and there was just so many emotions but it gave me a happy feeling unlike most of the shows this week. I loved this episode it may be my favorite of the season so far of course.
Basically the whole season I've been waiting for Lincoln and Octavia to be back together and for him to not be a reaper anymore and we finally got that in this episode. They were so amazing in this episode. You could really see Octavia's love for Lincoln from her knocking him over the head to her crying over him when she thought he was dead. I loved when he woke up she said his name and then he said her name. It was just perfect. Oh something huge for me in this episode was that the major soldier lady whose name I don't remember made me hate her a lot less. Before I was seriously hoping she'd be killed and it wasn't even worth remembering her name to me because I hated her so much but now after she took orders from Abby instead of Jaha it made me hate her a lot less and I might actually after remember her name now. I can't wait till next weeks mid season finale. It looks amazing. This show seriously just gets better with each episode. I'm really not liking Finn this season and totally understand why Lexa and the Grounders want him dead and I can't blame them but I still hope that when Finn gives himself up because we all know he will that they'll show him mercy or something and he'll live and the Arkers and Grounders will keep their peace because we can't have gone through all of this only to have the peace end after one episode for only one character. I've been waiting since season 1 for this peace and team up thing to happen.

Marissa
Reign Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Acts of War

I really liked this episodes. I think it's one of the best episodes of the show. It has to be one of my favorites because it was so good. It was so emotional and the acting was amazing. Seriously Adelaide Kane was amazing and Megan Follows was very good to. I know with this episodes either people hated it or really liked it there's not really an in between at least I haven't seen anyone that was in between it's either or. I'm one of the people that really liked it. Mary's idea about Conde marrying Claude was great but it's pretty obvious that Conde has feelings for Mary. It was especially obvious when he and Mary were talking and he said that he would be living there and their children would grow up together and they'd be family. He was basically telling her that they wouldn't be allowed to be together and it seemed she knew what he was saying because she told him that he's been great as a friend and the way she said it seemed like she was saying it to be polite and to let him down easy with out actually saying that she didn't feel the same way. I really like Conde and I don't know what's going to happen with him but I'm very interested to see where his story goes. I just hope he doesn't turn out to be a bad guy because I really like him and he's so nice and such a good friend. I loved Francis and Bash's storyline this episode. Francis pretending to go crazy to scare Narcisse was great and he was very convincing. I loved that Bash said that even he didn't want him and king anymore. Narcisse doesn't have anything over Francis anymore he can finally tell Mary the truth about everything which he definitely should do and have been hoping he would do I just don't think now would be the best time maybe he should wait considering everything that just happened. I read this review before I watched the episode so I knew the rape happened before I saw the episode and still leading up to it and right before it when you could tell it was about to happen I was still expecting someone to come in and save her. We're just so use to it. I mean in the very first episode of the show there's the attempted rape on her but she wakes up and the guards come and then in the episode where the one guys invade the castle all the guys are about to rape the girls but Catherine poisons all the men and then Mary stabs the one guy then Francis comes in and cuts off the guys hand. We're so use to her being saved at the last minute that it was surprising that it actually happened. I don't think they went to far with the scene I actually think they went just far enough I mean most shows just gloss over it so you don't see anything you just see the aftermath of it but here they didn't show anything except before it happened where Mary was crawling and clawing at the ground trying to get away and then you saw her face and only her expressions so you didn't see anything but you knew when it had happened and it was still so hard to watch. Rape is a terrible thing and it does happen. It happens to anyone. Not talking about it doesn't make it go away. They handled it really well. This show probably handled it the best I've ever seen. The best part of the episode was afterwards when Mary escaped and found Catherine and they talked. Catherine was perfect and knew exactly what to say and do because she had been there before. Mary couldn't say the words so Catherine asked her directly and Mary's reaction told her the truth. Mary broke down and Catherine knew she didn't want to be touched so didn't touch her and kept a small distance between them and she lowered herself down on to the floor to be next to her and at eye level. Which was just perfect. In any other show when you see someone try and be there for someone in this situation they hug them or something. But the writers didn't have Catherine do that which was amazing. I love Catherine and Mary's relationship. In season 1 Catherine kept trying to have Mary killed and in the first episode she even tried to have her raped but now she's helping her through this. They've come so far. I really love that and I can't wait to see them work through this together and just see more of their relationship and see it progress. This episode was so real because of what happened and that's why I liked it so much because it was real. Rape happens now and it will happen in the future and it happened especially back then. Way more than it does now. It was apart of war and a horrible disgusting thing. It still is of course. They didn't glamorize it like a lot of things do which was what made it real. Mary got cleaned up and walked out into the throne room and told her people that nothing happened and they didn't get to her. She didn't let her attackers win. She put her country before herself. And it's not like she's keeping it secret and pretending like it didn't happen. She told people. She told Catherine and then she just came out and told Francis. She didn't tell her country because they didn't need to know and it was none of their business and if she had it would have been chaos. Going out to the throne room and talking to them, telling Catherine and Francis all made her strong not weak. I really loved how the writers handled the whole thing and I can't wait to see how they handle it in the rest of the episodes because I know they'll handle it well and I know we'll see the aftermath of what happened for multiple episodes not just one. We will probably even see it through out the rest of the show even if they don't directly address it because this is the kind of thing that changes a character and we'll see the change in her character through out the rest of the show. I'm sure of it. The next episode looks really good. I had really high expectations after seeing this episode and even higher expectations after seeing the preview and even higher expectations knowing that it will be the winter finale. So my expectations for the next episode are insanely high and I don't think I'll be disappointed. I think it will meet my expectations or even exceed them. This year when I set expectations I was either slightly disappointed because they were to high or they were exceeded because even when my expectations were high they still were exceeded and I have faith that the next episode and maybe even the rest of the season will exceed my expectations. I can't believe we're only on season 2. So much has happened to these characters and they've all grown so much that it feel so much longer than 2 season. Anyone else feel that way?