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.
Thanks :). 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.
And to move on from the bible discussion and back to the TVSHOW that we are all watching: I love Crowley and Castiel. I would watch a show with just the two of them, and that is saying something since the Winchester boys are amongst my favorite characters. I like the switch in darkness and light between Dean and Sam, but I hate it when they are split up. We've seen that so many times and everytime the lesson is, they are better together.
I'm not sure how I feel about this episode. I want to love it, I do. There are however a few things that keep me from doing so. One of those things is the special effects. Last episode we had the weird cheap looking fake green glowing letters on the bible, this episode not only did those same glowing letters return, the entire scene in Washingtons burial place made me roll my eyes because of the fake special effects. I can watch National Treasure 1&2 if I want to see that. Secondly, I am not interested in Katrina. We've seen too little of her to justify Ichabod leaving Abby behind with so little trouble. All the talk about their bond being so strong and him not leaving her behind was reduced to nothing in the span of a few minutes. And it was all for nothing, since death (who we haven't seen in a long time) suddenly and conveniently pops op and takes the useless Katrina away. oh well. I did love John Noble in this episode, as I always do. I'm not sure how I feel about him being Jeremy, but I didn't see it coming. One thing that always bothered me about Jeremy is this: Why did Ichabod never tried to find his grave? If he cared so much about this son of his, wouldn't he have started looking for him, even though he was suppose to be dead? I also wonder about his aging process. One last thing, did we always know seals should be broken, did I miss something? I probably missed something, I'll watch this season again before the second one starts.
I miss Monroe and Nick together. Their relationship was what made the show tick. The fact that two people who where suppose to be enemies became such good friends and their friendship was so much fun to watch.
I never really liked Julliet, I'll admit that. She was starting to be a little bit better, but come on. She is a vet, not a doctor. There is a limit to her knowledge, or there should be one. I did like the tension between Rosalee and Monroe, it made things very interesting. And I don't think it is out of character for Rosalee per se. She's always been afraid of the council. I'm happy Hank knows everthing, but I do miss Monroe and Nick working together a lot.
First: editors of tvfanatic, Can you please edit or remove comments like the ones ryan jones makes? They are very offensive and completely off topic. Now, I think that the originals has found it's pace. Even though I didn't care for the baby in the beginning of the show, I'm starting to now, so thats a good thing.
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