Did you notice that with Slade sharing all of Oliver's lies it seems like he may be forgiving Moira a bit for hers? It's hard to hold her to standards that he doesn't keep himself, after all.
Then cross the show off your list. Your inability to tolerate will greatly diminish your entertainment choices as life carries on. Best wishes.
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They didn't bring the character in for any agenda. It's a fact of like Mike. Just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's not out there. Tolerance is how you deal with it, not accepting and engaging in it. I'm sure it won't make a huge impact on the series and you can continue to enjoy it.
How on earth did I miss that?? I'll go with mumbling. ;-) Thanks for the explanation and yikes. I'm glad he didn't go home with Amber. He's much too much like her father and he's certainly not ready to be one himself. Shame.
So Scandal isn't even a shell of the show it was half of the way through its first season? It's like a giant political soap opera that's gone off the rails? What happened to the fixer? Her parents are mass murderers? Wow. I checked in to see what all the finale fuss was about and it's just weird looking in from the outside. Kudos to all of you who can keep it all straight!
They haven't really done any exploration of her character other than sex and baby making. She isn't much of a real partner for Ragnar outside of that. There isn't much outside of lore to go on, so they could have written her a bit heartier.
I can't believe it took you think long to want to get rid of King Horik. I wanted to get rid of him the day he kind of talked Athelstan into staying behind like trash.
Ahhhh Matt. Absolutely brilliant that your review outshines the episode. Well done man!
It will be really odd if they killed off Tommy at the end of S1 and then Laurel at the end of S2. Too predictable.
I really hope Agent X works out, even if it means we don't get to see Clarke on the show anymore, because Jeff Hephner deserves a lead role. Did you see the photo of him with Sharon Stone? Swoon!!
Every episode of Chicago Fire is an emotional roller coaster. I wish it was on year round, to be honest. There are very few shows that I feel that way about. I'm enjoying the crossovers and the entire Chicago franchise.
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