So Klaus apparently 'gave' his blessing (how messed up is it Rebekah needed the approval of Klaus, who by then had made her and Marcells life hell for centuries). and then Klaus, after being horrible for probably a millenium expected everything to be perfectly fine? And after New Orleans he again made Rebekah's life hell (or have we forgotten the staking of her in the 1920's because she displeased him again?) but still thinks he has a right to be mad at her? This storyline is irritating me to no end. While I do not mind a rift between Klaus and, well anyone, I do mind the way it is being handled. It is not original, not fun and really predictable. What I loved about Klaus is that he was, in a way, unpredictable. You never knew what he was going to do. Now, you can see it coming from a mile away.
Oh boohoo. Klaus has done much worse to Rebekah and everyone else in his family again and again and again. It was clear episodes ago that Rebekah was the one who told their father where they where. What disappointed me the most was the way that Klaus let himself be manipulated by the witches. I kept hoping that he would at least turn on the witches first and deal with in some way or another Rebekah later, but no. The writers went for the obvious plotdevice to create a rift in the family. This has been done so many times now. Klaus feels betrayed, he mindlessly wants his revenge, everything goes wrong, a lot of people get hurt or die, Rebekah cries, Elijah talks and everything goes back to the way it was. How about creating something new?
First: Dylan O'brian did one hell of a job this episode. I never really thought that he could play something so evil, but I was wrong. Last episode gave us a glimpse of it, but that scene with Scott, really good.
This season is getting better and better each episode. I'm not sure how I feel about the revelation of the connection between Maliah and Peter, but I am happy that they did not leave those storylines (the nails, maliah etc) just hanging out there, I was wondering what the deal with the nails was for a while now.
I need to watch this season again when it's done, because some of the mythology is passing me by now. (like the tails thing).
I take everything back I said before. I don't want anything to happen to Stiles. Yes he may be skinny, defenseless Stiles, but he is our skinny defenseless Stiles, and this episode made me realise how much I want him to stay. They tried to give Aiden some of Stiles's trademark smartass lines, but they fell flat for me. I do absolutely love this storyline so far, as it has me tensing in my seat everytime something new is revealed. That is something Teen Wolf hasn't been able to do so far. The only thing I dislike is the relationship between Lydia and Aiden.
What do you mean 'I wouldn't'? what the hell kind of out of character statement is that? Sam wouldn't do anything to save Dean? YES he would. He has done so time after time, and he probably will again. Because that is what this show is about, the absolute love and bond between two brothers, who would do anything for each other. If they would let Sam make any other choice he would be despised. I agree with the hero complex though. He didn't try to save Dean from purgatory or hell because he couldn't. But evertime when there is a slight change that he could save Dean, he tried to do so.
And I was really annoyed that they didn't mention Garth. It seemed strange that neither Dean nor Sam would mention him, or that Dean would be so willing to kill a 'monster' that had helped them. His character has grown throughout the seasons, and this reverted him back to season 2.
I am not really happy with this season so far. Not just because the brothers are fighting, they have done so before. But there is something about this fight that is off, forced even.
Murder house, by far. The writing was really good, the story was logical, funny and creepy.
Asylum was pretty good. I hated the alien part, it ruined the season for me. I also depised the Anne Frank part of Asylum. That was, well I can't find an appropriate word for the hatred I felt towards that part of Asylum. But, I am the first to admit, other than that, the bloodyface story was great.
Coven, I don't know where to start. The first three episodes were great, I was intrigued and wanted more. After that the writing was choppy, the story wasn't logical. If you see the first three episodes and than skip towards the last, you'll have seen the storyline. The rest of the episodes might as well not have happend. Marie Levau, Delphine Lalauri, the Hunters, the Voodoo, it all served absolutly no purpose at all, since they had no effect on the storyline that Coven wanted to tell, the rise of the new supreme. By the time we got to the finale I just wanted it to be over.
I don't want Stiles to leave, but I am happy that something is happening with that character. He is the only one that hasn't evolved like the other characters have and he is falling behind.
I miss the interaction between Derek and Scott. It's not a big secret that I never really liked Allison, so I'd be ok with her leaving the show. Isaac, Stiles and Lydia I would like to stay though.
One thing, why would the police think the pictures of Kyra were strange? I know what the show wants us to think, because she has a yellow glowing cloudthing surrounding her. Don't you think though, that they'd probably think it was some filter she put over her own pictures or something?
Maybe you are right. Maybe my issue isn't so much with Abby staying behind, but why she was staying behind. I for one do not care one bit about Katrina. So releasing her, just because she was convienently needed for some spell, minutes after they decided not to go to purgatory seemed a bit like lazy writing.
There is something about that scene that just irritates me. I realise how great a character Abby is, and I admire her for staying behind. It just felt wrong, so soon after Abby and Ichabod promised to protect each other. Maybe this is a way of protecting Ichabod, but again, the reason for staying behind just wasn't enough for me. To me, (and yes, I know that is highly subjective, so don't hate me) it felt like Ichabod had to choose between Katrina and Abby, and he chose Katrina. Not a choise I am happy with, since I am not invested in that character at all. I don't see any chemestry between Ichabod and Katrina.
I agree with you Crowley is currently my favorite character. I love his one line sneers, and I can't (weirdly enough) wait for the next time he turns on Sam and Dean. I wonder what is going to happen.
What seemed a bit odd to me was that Scott was mooning over Allison the one episode and was apperently ready to move on the next. Not complaining since I'm not Allison's biggest fan, just saying.
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