Somebody who watches the show needs to write for us and want to write about it. That's not currently the case. Hopefully we'll get someone again for fall, but there are never any guarantees, especially for series that have been on the air as long as Law & Order: SVU.
Making a mistake doesn't make someone an idiot. However, you already know that.
The worst way to try to make a point about your superior intelligence is resorting to name calling to make it.
Name calling and hiding behind multiple aliases doesn't make you an expert, nor does it make your comments interesting. At all.
Television shows depict miscarriages all the time. Stacy did not say she WANTS a miscarriage to happen, she guessed that's the direction the story would go. Please read the question and the answer again before erupting into unnecessary name calling.
The title at the time of airing (or prior) was Masha Rostova. Whether they decided to change it after the fact or just prior is unknown. All of us who utilize their press materials have the title as Mash Rostova and even commented that it was the first time an episode wasn't named after a blacklister. If they had named it Tom Connolly, it would have been too easy to peg what was happening, I think. Who knows. Networks often do this to us, to make us scramble, I think.
No. People are usually so excited in the "love me, love me" moment of it all, they'd ever admit they didn't like something. It's just like on Twitter where everyone says they like it in the hopes of being retweeted by someone special. Shallowness FTW!
The reason of the season: Plot Hole! Did you notice how many of the goodbyes were taking place while nobody was even near her? Damn, they're good. It was really scattered. They didn't even really explain what they were going to do before they started saying goodbye. Just packed her up for transport and started goodbye flashes. Plot Holes FTW.
If Ray had time to pilot the suit, why not just get in the suit? He was trying to save the city by creating the cure and then dispersing it somehow (we never did get the answer to that, and I'd have to assume he had to leave the office at some point to do it). It makes no sense he could do both. Then again, nonsensical is the only sense in this case.
So. When did Kai say the spell on Elena meant she wouldn't age? That's convenient. Second, talk about giving up easily. Nobody even bothered to TRY to find a spell to counteract Kai's spell? They just boxed her up and put her away? My vote goes into the lame column. Sigh. On the plus side, Bonnie FINALLY wins at something. All it took was Nina Dobrev leaving the show! As for Tyler's leaving...did he say he was leaving? I swear, I looked away for two seconds and he went from bounding away half wolf like to just being gone? Or something. Meh, won't miss him. He was always half a character, too, poor guy.
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