The ending with the cast of The Lion King singing as the boy said goodbye to his father was by far the best part. Actually the entire Lion King plot line was great and could have used a little more coverage in your review in my opinion.
While I don't like the way Will handled the situation with Nat, he had a point. There was another option for her case. Even is her option was a last resort she still had another option while Will's patient had no other options.
I cheered when Voight came in (although I'd like to point out it wasn't Riddle, it was the detective). I would love to see the entire Chicago gang rally around Boden, 51, the intelligence unit, and their new friends over at the hospital.
Curtis may not have been able to place Oliver as the Green Arrow but I'm pretty sure he's the only one to have made the connection of the Arrow showing up after Oliver returned, at least since season 1.
Great premiere! I laughed out loud when the guy walked right into the lab and poor Cisco's reaction. I love the pairing of Joe and Cisco. And although I agree about the meta of the week, I will always welcome Adam Copeland on my screen and he was the perfect choice to play Atom-Smasher.
Finally watched this episode tonight and man was it emotional. I knew from the beginning this was where we were headed but it still hurt. Gus really was a great guy and seeing the remaining Mercury 7 lined up in their uniforms at the funeral was heartbreaking. I have always JoAnna Garcia Swisher and she was absolutely amazing, especially at the bowling alley. When she walked in the hearing just in time to hear the men in the capsule...heartbreaking. Deke and Alan were fantastic and I loved that not only did Gus get the pin for Deke, but that Betty realized who it was for and gave it to him. I wish she had been able to go to Paris with Gus but I'm glad she still went.
I knew Gus was going to die, a friend of mine is related to Ed White, but I still cried. I agree, he was one of the best guys on the show and his relationship with Betty was adorable. While I love mini series, this show definitely could have been a regular season show.
The addition of Ed White is awesome as he is a relative of a friend of mine. We were wondering if he would be depicted on the show and I'm glad to see he Is. I too feel like the show is going quickly but isn't tis just a one off? ABC has been doing a lot of them lately without guaranteeing there would be more than one season. Once in Wonderland, Agent Carter, Galavant, they all were one season shows with two of them getting second seasons because they were popular. I feel like this show has an ending in mind. I really like it and would love more seasons but it feels like they set out with a game plan and finish line in mind.
I completely agree. Johnny has a backstory too and we know known of it unless it pertains to D'Avin. D'Avin was gone for 8 years, what happened to Johnny in that time? How'd he meet Dutch? How'd he end up a Killyjoy?
The beginning of this episode reminded me a lot of the "Bushwacked" episode of Firefly but I'm glad it took a different turn.
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