It's an improvement because the team is back together, the relationship is out on the table and the dance seems to be over. We can move on from that and deal with other issues. It felt as if the story (prior to the closing minutes) was aware of the need to do this, but then threw a wet blanket on top of the promise, leaving us unable to fully enjoy the tease of an integrated, operational Team Arrow, because something terrible is on the table. (I decided not to contemplate the idea of the Lazurus pit erasing the closing death since Oliver was at a grave. At some point, someone has to die for goodness sakes.)
Hello old friend! Yep. There are four. I have already seen the next episode, which I liked considerably better than the premiere, if only because it closes up both hours (and maybe because I have an affinity for Joshua Jackson). I think it will be an odd season that way (which I will go into a bit in my review, but it's no secret, as others have already done a review of both episodes), but we do get an additional two episodes out of it this season, so that we can get a full four takes every two hours. Wouldn't have worked with only ten.
What do you mean by a side? With regard to what? The affair, the death of Scotty...? I have certainly formed opinions on the characters, but I don't particularly LIKE any of them (as in, I doubt we'd be friends), so I'm interested to know what side you think I have taken.
Sorry, Alihan, were not going to rewrite the structure of our site code just to accommodate the way the Brits have decided to use series vs seasons. It's not going to happen. I'm still unsure how we're going to be naming the upcoming revival of The X-Files, so that will be of interest, as well. Then we'll have a new MacGuyver, and Twin Peaks and who knows how they will even be related, but I bet the world will keep spinning. ;-)
As cozy and rustic as it seemed down in the bunker, they couldn't have watched that TV with only old fashioned rabbit ears. Not in this digital age. Bummer, because I have a nostalgic love for the ease of using them. Turn it on and there it is! Sometimes workout ears at all!
That was wholly unpleasant. I've never never been a fan of Kim Raver and this episode did nothing to alleviate that notion. What kind of terrible agent just arbitrarily decides someone is guilty without facts? Since it seems pretty obvious that Booth is undercover in some capacity, I have to guess the annoying woman knows that.
The writers on Heroes Reborn have obviously been watching old Rowdy Roddy Piper movies, as the glasses sure sound reminiscent of the ones used in They Live. Not gonna give away the awesome plot in that one.
Actually, people write bad checks all the time. That would hardly be the worst thing Gretchen has ecer done. Secondly, even if the money was in her account, that's a large amount, and she might plan to do something quick to replace it.
I think you may have forgotten whatever point you were trying to make about "catching" anyone up with your synopsis. That said, I kinda thought Gretch might not have had the six months rent and was going to do something she didn't want Jimmy to know about to get the money, thus the burner phone. I don't think she's as far gone when it comes to being in a relationship as we think she is, but she might think she is that far gone, if that makes any sense.
I'm not sure how associated it is with the show, but it has a lot of BTS photos and such. https://twitter.com/TheChanels...
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