You do realize that they weren't from India - they were Wesen and the Grimm that described them was Rudyard Kipling who was British and at his time the English were amazingly racist. Remember Gunga Din?
I love the show and I agree that this episode was out of place - don't you hate it when the do that? Even those endless NCIS marathons may skip an episode but they don't juggle them around. I think more than one show has tanked because of this - it is like the networks (or this network) wants to bring the lower rating Hannibal before they finish shooting the next season
Amazing how my mind was leaping to some of the same ides as your. I could definitely see Elizabeth and Kelly not onlt kicking Victor back to Austria but joining up with Meisner to bring woe unto Liz's ex - the king. I don't want them to necessarily to leave the show - but a blooming friendship between Trubel and Josh would be welcome (I sort of predicted this last week) especially with Truble teaching Josh self defense. I also like the "re-evolution" of Nick getting his powers back.
Me too! I loved this latest development. I never saw it coming and that's a really good thing. The show has gotten so much better - what have the writers been taking? The great complication of Dwight and Mara's mother how sweet. And it puts a monkey wrench into the brothers' and Mara's schemes - go show! How will this figure into the new "super" Duke? Formerly disheartened fans want to know. How kinky is it that Nathan feels the mother? And I am now waiting for the grandson to finally figure into this lovely mess!
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This sort of funny - before the invention of romantic marriage (anybody have a date of at least century) marriages were totally political or economic therefore it doesn't matter if Haley and Jackson are in "true love" just the formality of a ritual should be enough.
I think it is premature to be talking of "teams" POI is on it's own, Elias owes them big but I don't remember if they told him about Samaritan. Clearly the Brotherhood doesn't know squat about Samaritan and only suspect there is a third party interfering with their plans. This will only make the rest of the season richer in possibilities - and who will take down the Blonde Bitch.
I am thankful that I agree with almost every point. I am only sorry that Theresa is headed for a major slump.
This was a very engaging hour. My main question is yes the Brotherhood suspects that there is a third party out there but they have no idea about Samaritan and I have a feeling that somehow the Brotherhood and "The league of assassin" will cross paths before the season's end. Somehow our heroes are gonna be the major flaw in Samaritan's design.
I know you are a little obsessed with the "mystery" of Harrison ( and I don't believe he is the Reverse Flash). I also am a little ticked that they introduce metahumans and a back story (which is a positive) but then they "disappear". It's almost like they are pandering to the fanboys who cream in their jeans thinking of how many villains they can cram into the current season. However you really neglected the very significant interaction between Caitlin and Barry and I think they are looking down the road with that. Otherwise I am satisfied with developing Barry in a more three-dimensonal character and Grant is really knocking it out of the park.
Funny it was interrupted in both Jacksonville and Savannah for a court sentencing. So I switched to Sleepy Hollow which as interrupted by something else - guess the stations assume that the audience are boobs who won't change channels.
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