Remember this stuff happened in a deeply repressed era - at least a decade before Mad Men. Freud reigned supreme.
I love Dr. Joe and Rusty! I think that Dr. Joe was Rusty once upon a time that is why they click. I really like they way they are building the relationship of Rusty and Sharon ---and Dr. Joe.
Excellent episode. Pity that we lost the actor who played Pan as he is 5 times better than the actor who plays Henry. I will miss Felix - loyal to the end not unlike Jamie Dorman's character. The heart truly is a lonely hunter.
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Sorry, Carrrie is a douche even in the 80's. Walt and Bennet are adorable and considering the decade really up there. Hey I was gay in the 80's but more Bennet's age and dated older. It was a whirlwind era full of STDs and multiple partners.
I think that Grant Gustin has found his perfect character! Flash would be a great asset to the CW. Hope they follow thru with the show. Of course this was a major Arrow episode, Roy gets kicked up a notch as does Oliver thanks to Barry.
They are not gonna get rid of Will because of the hotness between him and his "ex" and Gunnar.
Great episode finale. So convoluted, I only hope that Gemma's role comes to light in the next season. Poor Juice manipulated by many sides. If there is justice he will be the one who kills Gemma.
The actor who plays Pan/Henry is really really good. Observation - the oldest Lost Boy (Felix?) has gotten cuter as time goes by.
Great roundtable. All points were addressed. Can't wait for Davina to make her move. Plus I think that Nicks werewolf family will have a much greater impact on him than he realizes.
I suspect that Sam/owen will meld before the finale.
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