Maybe if every other episode of the season hadn't been so stellar, I would have felt differently, but as they were and this wasn't...it was rather anticlimactic. I was expecting fireworks and instead everything just slipped gently into place.
We'll have to agree to disagree. I grew up with my grandfathers and uncles and played in the Legion as a kid. I know what their fellow vets meant to them. They wouldn't have done that, even to a stranger, if they pulled him in as one of their own and accepted and embraced him. That's my experience.
Oh, I didn't miss it. However, I don't think they embraced him, either. If he had nit told that story, they would never have made the assumption he stole that money. They weren't nearly as forgiving as it seemed and it all tied back into that mirage of innocence the town held.
People have to remember this is Claire's story, and not Jamie's. I suppose it's not been made clear, but it's the case nonetheless. I like when they can shake things up and still make it interesting and enjoyable. And Jenny. I'm going to miss Jenny something fierce!
Life is full of twists and turns and sometimes the way people get things done is unconventional. It was a clever way of finding Jamie without landing themselves, and him, in additional hot water. The bookend scenes were just as dramatic as ever.
Please use this episode to discuss the finale. Unfortunately, there was a mistake and the finale was missed. This is your playground, so use it as you wish!
I should have kept reviewing Night Shift. It's so hard when nobody shows up to read what I'm writing and I have other things to cover, too. I want it all, man, I want it all! I never watched Laura past the pilot. Ick. :-) Have you looked at the new shows coming up? Only a couple are of interest to me. Wicked City on ABC. The one with David Lyons on NBC because, hello, David Lyons. Few others scattered about! We have a post we're (by we I mean me, heehee) updating continually.
No matter. They were both canceled this week. :-)
It's nice having some gals around. I wish we had seen Nick sing Single Ladies though. Haha
Oh, Elena is so dead. She will leave the earth just after making love to Damon who professed his undying love to her before a wedding filled with her friends and family. There is little doubt he'll play out the scenes he imagined in his head (the elderly couple) in hers as she dies. Good lord. There really could be no other way for Nina Nobrev to get peace than true death (how very True Blood of me). Shame on anyone for thinking Damon can't cook and would be relegated to TV dinners. Seriously? Does everyone forget the months of lovely pancake breakfasts with Bonnie? That would have been a nice nod to a possible future without Elena, having him serve pancakes in his pretend life with Elena.
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