Get a hold of yourself. The A storyline is not the show. It's a mystery ON the show.
I have no idea what is going on. Absolutely no idea. Why are the woman and the pallid man even in the game to end the world? What the hell is their purpose? It's surely not to keep Ramse's son alive. They're all flinging back and forth through time acting as if they have all this greater purpose, but I have not a single clue what it is at this point. Are they really all doing it "for the children"? Jones for her daughter, Ramse for his son? Humanity, but the two sides have different objectives...and why did Aaron acquiesce to the woman? What the HELL is going on? If I felt like an idiot five episodes ago, I feel like a colossal ass I (something I already bear, thank you very much) now.
Typo, although in hindsight, calling TURKEY might not be such a bad thing. LOL I like your imagination setting up the pythons for a walk on role. I hope I don't miss it. I was very disappointed that this episode only had about 10 minutes of worthwhile content. That means the entire final six will probably have less than an hour, tops. UGH!
Good call on Diggle. I'm not sure the pension can support him and a family, however. Roy works for Thea at Verdant. Felicity works for Ray at Palmer Industries. Laurel is the ADA. Everyone has a job except Oliver, and he likely has money remaining from his personal funds.
How is Felicity a doormat? How has the character been ruined for you other than not being with Oliver? I'm just curious.
You just made my day! OK. Maybe my week. :-) It was definitely Roy burned up with atomic lightning in the alley. He was practically fried and frizzled back there. I'd love to watch with you some day. We could MST3000 the crap out of our beloved superhero shows! If you're going in for The Flash, you'll leave a hole in your head after all the scratching. I just have to look past all the inconsistencies. This Roy blast has me laughing out loud, though. Much like Oliver, I walked right by him and out the gate without a backward glance. Whoops! I almost forgot, we would have heard from Dig and Lyla if Deadshot wasn't dead. I think he's a gonner. Sucks. Drop by more often, Mobes!!
I don't mean the blonde dude who was watching sex stuff as a good Sheriff candidate, but the new one who was in Romero's office. Kind of out of the blue. Heck, they all have dark sides to them, Romero included. I can't wait to find out what went down with Annika. That should be very interesting!
Hehe. He was checking out. Settling his bill after his stay. He's safe and happy somewhere. We think!
I'm assuming my terms are what set you off here. I don't "side" with either Norma or Norman. As a matter of fact, I think they're both quite off their rockers (where we know Norma will soon reside). I don't know how anyone could particularly side with a kid who will be killing his mother. My biggest concern here is that Norma is going to Romero with her concerns when she really has no idea what Norman is capable of at this point. While you're getting angry at me, I'm getting frustrated with Norma for putting herself in a vulnerable position. I like Norma and I see her pushing Norman's buttons. We know her future and every time she does something like that, I worry. Remember, Norman isn't sure what the hell is going on so he's easily irked. To poke the bear doesn't seem like a good idea, especially when you don't know what he may or may not be capable of doing with a good degree of certainty. And why are you telling me to get my shit together about Romero and the pot fiasco? I don't believe I even said anything about that.
Teen shows? Whatever have you the idea this was a teen show? Not even close.
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