So - over speculating - Nick (as suggested by the preview) needs to ditch being a cop and go into Grimm mode plus he should strong arm the Wesen Council into getting involved. I also suspect that Weisner has some connection to Diana (he basically brought her into the world) and maybe take part in the oncoming battle between (what?) how many factions?
Loved the episode so many things left hanging! But I disagree - think this thing with Juliet is linked to what Nick was feeling when connected with Adaline not a true Woge. Have no idea what it is but I don't think Juliet is remotely turning into Wesen. The thing with Wu is going to come back to bite them all in the ass. I was disappointed that it wasn't Meisner showing up - but he could be yet another side to this story.
I am not really sure that the surface elements of this episode are what is reality. Suddenly Malcolm becomes the BIG BAD and perverted his only daughter to kill Sarah and for what possible reason? And Ra's is no longer the BB which goes against everything that has been forecast for the season. Something is twisted here. On the other hand like Ray getting moved up to becoming the Atom and ,yes, Felicity you are not required to be part of a triangle the rest of your life. You have your buddy Barry and you can have a fling with Ray but there will never be a happily ever after with Oliver. Love has many faces (at least in my limited lifetime).
Comment modified at December 11, 2014 07:00
I think you are right the ending with the bread and blood symbolism was ironic.
Sutter really pulled it out! Came down how I would like it -RatBoy surviving -hope he continues with his bipolar girlfriend. And Jax did a swan song like his Dad.
And yet compare it to Flash on at the same time. Actual plot! I'd put Caitlin up against any of these whiney girls anytime.
Not a dry eye in the audience - Grant Gustin will always own Barry Allen - kiss off the movie. Saw an interview with Ms. Panabaker with how Grant is so much really Barry Allen off set. Plus it is still not clear what Harrison Wells relationship is with the "Reverse Flash". Thanks for making Ronnie a quasi-hero. What a great team-ship between Cait and Cisco. This was a very seminal episode plus it was Christmas! Sort of like the Grimm episode.I agree with Carissa it was amazing how much they could shove into one episode.
Comment modified at December 10, 2014 07:00
But Daniel went out on a high note - he was actually overcoming the "curse" of his family (as they beat us over the head with). I hope this show doesn't have "epic couples" as the endpoint. Jack certainly shouldn't be burdened with Emily he should go find a nice untortured woman to be with. Please let Nolan get his brains back and figure out Louise and find a nice boy to be with if Victoria's eldest doesn't turn out to be like his parents.
Comment modified at December 08, 2014 02:48
This was better than I expected. I suspect that Rachel and her child are more canny than the others expect and I was glad to see her clock Janine who is slightly left of psycho. I absolutely love how good Fred has come about calling out evil Mom (did we watch the same show?). Good for Henry snapping out of it at the end. I still think that Jacob knows lots more than anyone including "Grandma" and he probably "thought" her out of the the reality like she did previously.
I absolutely love Hugh Dancy and I admit I haven't gotten into Hannibal but I appreciate it for it's quirkiness. My only reason for the comment was that to Cancel Constantine for having better ratings when they knew it was going to be more to produce is asinine.
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