Hi Cornell...nope, I don't want a Felicity/Oliver pairing. If they aren't going to pursue Laurel for a while, I think there is someone else out there for Oliver. He had more sparks with the per archer chick who's name is escaping me as I'm about to fall asleep than he does with McKenna. They make great friends, but his attempt to do more seem forced. Whoever it is would be unknown at this point to me, at least.
I'm sorry to report, Jen, that the argument has taken that ugly turn. In the end the hearing students were promising to bring more money for more programs, and Melody took it somewhere completely different. I was really quite disappoiinted, considering what I thought the message of SAB would want to get out there.
Well, Jay Ryan the man is nothing like Vincent. He's light and funny and has a New Zealand accent. I've never thought of him as acting woodenly, but dark and brooding. His circumstances aren't exactly ideal, being cheerful would hardly suit his situation. @RoseAnne, you're right about not fleshing out Tess and Heather enough for them to have that scene in the interrogation room. They haven't earned the right to treat her like that, let alone shown their own lives are together enough to expect it from someone else!
As much as I like Nora for Josh, and I do, I hate what she has done in the house. Her attitude has to go. I don't comment on the previews to keep spoilers to a minimum, bit I didn't like what I saw - at all. The only good thing is there wasn't a big fuss over Aidan so Liam obviously doesn't win anything but an opportunity to turn Nora against Josh and cause a "family" fight. Should be fun! ;-)
I don't think saying she needs a guy in her life is sexist at all. She lights up when she's with Godot, but he's not the right guy for her. He's not challenging enough or at her level in life. She's chosen to be in Paradise and there's nothing wrong with finding a partner for this phase of her life to share her joys and sorrows with. That's too bad you find it insulting. I think sharing your life with someone is kind of nice.
Is there a superhero in Green Arrow lore that Felicity can become? I know Dinah/Laurel is destined to become Black Canary, but Felicity's intelligence, hidden good looks (the glasses, whip me off, shake out that hair!) and her crush on Oliver either mean she's destined to me a sidekick or a bad guy. I can't stand the thought of the latter. Ideas?
@Serenity, I know that Bates was Robert's valet. I was being a bit sarcastic in pointing out that it's been so long that he has been gone from the household that his return would ... oh never mind.
Just because two people have different skin tone and hair color doesn't mean their facial structure isn't similar. Cat and Alex are very striking and similar. I don't envy Vincent at all, but had to draw the line at lying to Cat and blaming any chasm between them on her. He has to figure out where things stand with Alex, and needs to let Cat go in order to do that. It will be painful for us to watch, for sure.
Really? I watched that scene twice and i thought Moira was saying tthey both had affairs because things were so bad. Damned party in the background. Poo!
Hi @TS - I agree about the characters in focus during the episode. For me, it was what happened because of them that I enjoyed. Robert's hissy fit while still helping Branson and watching Isobel formulate a plan. I've always enjoyed Isobel, but she's much like Edith. Nobody gives her credit for her brain because she doesn't have a man standing behind her. She can be annoying, but she has some very cutting edge ideas. Bates needs to get out of prison or be written off. Just blah.
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