I didn't mention anything about the key because I think it'll play a prominent role in next week's episode. Rather than just give it a sentence or two here of speculation, I'm waiting until we know more.
I caught that as soon as I posted. Atlanta is my city and I guess I had them on the brain.
If you guys take a second to look at the 35 votes/user ratings on the episode, it's floating at a 3.3, so I'm not the only one who found this episode mediocre instead of helping build to a big finish for the final three episodes of the season. The last few minutes, with Victoria closing in, were good, yes, but that doesn't undo the rest of the episode.
I'm so, SO GLAD I wasn't the only one repulsed by that. VOM!
No. That wasn't *MY* sign that the writers are pushing them together. I, like you, have understood that from the start. But there is a faction among us who think that it won't happen. They would be wrong.
I agree with you, completely. This is the point where it gets really difficult to judge because the talent pulls so close together in terms of ability, likeability, musicianship, all of it. We're at the point where every week someone will leave not because they don't deserve to be here and aren't good enough but because that's how the game is played.
Ah! How did I forget Declan! (Probably because he was in the running for most useless character for two seasons, but yes, Declan, too.)
I loved that line, too! I love every line out of Damon's mouth, but I loved that one especially.
Because then I didn't have the capacity to do so and now I do. I get that this is a public forum but if you can't come up with anything more constructive to discuss about this show than the fact that a character is gay and load your comment about said character with homophobic and offensive language then, well, I'm not letting it stay. It offends me and other readers who are here for an actual discussion of the show and its plot.
I deleted his comment. I'm not tolerating hate speech here. Let me know if you want me to delete or edit yours so that it doesn't look out of place in the context of the discussion happening in the comments.
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