I don't get it. How can they correctly note that Richmond is two hours from DC and yet act like Norfolk, (which is three hours on a good day) is 15 minutes away?
So excited to see the addition of Roy. I do wonder how long it's going to take to for him to put on a red hood and join Oliver as Speedy 1/Red Arrow/Arsenal/Red Hood. I know a lot of people think that Thea is going to be Speedy (there have been more than few clues), but I don't know... It just feels to expected.
Man am I going to miss JR. His scenes always are the most fun, especially since he always has plots within plots and you know that no matter how defeated he seems he's always gonna come out on top.
Could not believe Annie shooting Rayland. He totally deserved it, but I can't believe that she went through with it. It's probably a good thing that they went that route though instead of having JR go to war with him, since Larry Hagman's death probably would have stalled that one before it even began.
The only thing that could make this all better would be an appearance by the ORIGINAL Pamela. We still don't know her status, and her showing up would add a whole new dimension to the Ewing/Barnes feud.
Why does Aria spend any time at her dad's? Honestly, if I was in her shoes I would just stick to her mom's. She may be dating half the town but at least there's no fear that he's about to start attacking Aria. During that final scene I honestly thought Byron was going to start hitting her.
I like the hair well enough, It just annoys me that they aired em out of order
Was it just me or was Diane's character a little inconsistent with her previous appearance? She wasn't quite as much of a rhymes with witch last time around. Also as sweet as the scene between her and Gibbs was, I couldn't help but feel like his advice was a tad bit hypocritical. In Diane's last episode it was as much as stated that the reason she and Gibbs divorced was because he kept wishing she was Shannon. His telling Diane to accept Victor for who he is, is kind of like the pot calling the kettle black. The hypocrisy only grows when you realize that the one she wished Victor was is Gibbs (last time she openly stated that he was "her Shannon"). I'm not saying that I don't love Gibbs, however sometimes the writers try a little too hard to make him the perfect hero.
Thank you for commenting about the hair. It was bugging me too! Not that I dislike it, (though it does take some getting used to, I haven't seen Christian Kane with short hair in something since, I don't know, Close to Home, maybe?) but the inconsistency is driving me nuts.
Loved the Zoe/Wade stuff. I've been rooting for them since the pilot, and I really hope that the writers realize that they should be the endgame-they have much better chemistry than Zoe/George
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