A most comprehensive spot-on review. I had the same thoughts while watching a fast-paced episode. My thoughts - what can the Council do? They might wind up with three powerful Grimms on their case. Good to see Alexander and his "boss" did we ever find out his name other than Der Groot? It indeed will be faboo to see next week's hex fight between Adalind and Juliette. Viktor has made a major error - he faces The Grimms and possibly two and a half Hexenbeisten. I really love how this season has swerved and tonight we didn't really have a "monster-of-the-week". Pure speculation would Juliette's powers be so great because she is connected magically to Adalind an possibly to Nick after all this was a result of a kinky set of sex scenes and power swaps.
Light shed - honey bees DO NOT suck up their venom, in fact their sting basically kills them. And it is quite unlikely (unlike mosquito and tse tse flies) that they would pass a disease on in their sting... The good news Henry is that Johns Hopkins has developed a series of immunizations that would make you immune to bee stings for life.
Burn all your Harlequin Romance novels and get a grip. There is so much Delena hate because of the backlash from anti-shippers. I seriously doubt the show will survive the next season.
This was a hilariously accurate review. I agree Jeremy should take Matt with him if only to get out of this sinking ship of a show. I suspected that Luke would sabotage Kai and make him even better (or snarkier) than he was. They are ruining Enzo with this dumb obsession with Stephan. Please let Delena ascend into heaven in all that bright backlighting.
This show continues to deliver on so many levels. Bellamy has yet to really hook up with the "47". We still don't know the fate of Lincoln. Clarke really took up the reigns and I look forwards to the ultimate showdown with Mount Weather. I still think we shouldn't count out President Wallace yet.
Totally agree - good to see Sin involved in the show again and it will be fascinating to see how she fits into the whole team, including Thea and Roy (remember episode 9 of season 2). I also agree about Felicity and Oliver - I am a total anti-shipper of everything - it screws up the organic flow of the show(s) to pander to quite frankly Tweenies (yes Roxy you are the worst). Felicity will always have a "buddy" in Barry and I hope that Ray will be a viable interest.
This was already done on NCIS episode "Dead Man Walking" in 2007 and Ziva was really involved. Plus it was much more tragic.
A very enjoyable episode the dialog was great and Dylan Everett knocked it out of the ball park. By the way 14 is NOT prepubescent since 13 is usually the first time for a boy's orgasm.
How exactly is Henry irredeemable? He killed three bad guys and saved a woman and her son. How is that really evil? Now he has his own agendum which is a totally interesting twist.
This was an excellent bridge episode after the mega developments last week. It managed to continue the mystery of Juliet's talent. She must really be unsettled to turn down Nick's fine naked body. I love how Wu is getting further lessons in Wessenology. I am eagerly awaiting to see how Henrietta manifests her own type of nonhexenbeist witchery.
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