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Scorpion Season 1 Episode 11 Review: Revenge

There were some definite missed opportunities but mostly I was just annoyed by Paige. If the team was hiding their feelings or acting completely reckless or out of character I would have understood. But they were all dealing pretty well and were determined to find the guys who hurt Sylvester. The Interpol agent understood Walter better than her.

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I'm liking Rowena, mostly because of the accent I think, ha. I definitely didn't see her being Crowley's mother coming and his shocked face was fantastic. I think Cas needs to get back with the boys, I don't like him off on his own. I think one of the upcoming episodes (the next one maybe?) has Cas helping Jimmy Novak's daughter so everything that happened with Hannah and Cas makes sense since it's leading up to that.

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Glad I'm not the only one who loved the character of Jim! He really should show up again.

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I totally agree about Castle. I LOVE Castle but they just keep replaying the series over and over and over. It's why I stopped watching USA Network: they play the same NCIS episodes over and over.

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Really disappointed at the lack of crossover stuff. With all of the hype I was really expecting more than Severide finding pictures and calling Lindsey. They have done better Fire/PD crossovers.

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Glee Review: Wrap It Up

Once again, a summary not a review. And Rachel said six MONTHS, not years.

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Castle Review: No Happy Ending

Not their best episode. The whole about to get married find out she's still married to someone else thing has been done before (Hello Hodges and Angela from Bones) and it was out of character for Kate. I love Eddie McClintock and I'm glad his hair was looking better than it does on Warehouse 13 right now, but his storyline wasn't really season finale stuff. I'm betting 3XK is behind the crash and of course Castle won't die. I miss the earlier seasons where Richard was funnier and their dynamic was fun. Oh and can I just say I love how I've read people's comments in several places that Nathan Fillion wants out, but that's the only place I've read it: in people's comments.

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People seem to forget that all of the Disney movies are based on fairytales that are hundreds of years old. There are Cinderella tales in almost every culture for example. Frozen is based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson (hence why three of the characters are named Hans, Kristoff, and Anna). But like others have said, it's a smart move on their part to bring in Elsa and the gang from Frozen. I'm actually pretty excited to see a real life version of Anna; she's so spunky and different from all of the other characters on the show. However, I wish they had done The Princess and The Frog/Tiana, The Princess and the Pea, or even The 12 Dancing Princesses before Frozen. The advertisements for the episode were a little misleading with their "You'll never guess where we go next." You went back in time and I agree, it was a little boring. It was cute seeing Emma as a princess but that was about it. I was kind of hoping they'd go to another world like Agrabah since they touched on that (but not Aladdin or Jasmine) in Wonderland or maybe even Narnia since they went to Oz. For a second I thought it was the White Witch forming from the blue goo stuff.

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People seem to forget that all of the Disney movies are based on fairytales that are hundreds of years old. There are Cinderella tales in almost every culture for example. Frozen is based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson (hence why three of the characters are named Hans, Kristoff, and Anna). While the Disney movies are the jumping off point, mostly because they are more familiar to the general public than the Grimm and Anderson tales, the fairytales are the basis for the show. They did Hansel and Gretel in season one which is not a Disney movie, nor is Little Red Riding Hood. They are fairytales. Yes some of their characters are very obviously taken from the movies (Belle, and Ariel) and it seems Elsa will be the same. I wish they had done The Princess and The Frog/Tiana, The Princess and the Pea, or even The 12 Dancing Princesses before Frozen though. I was kind of hoping they'd go to another world like Agrabah since they touched on that (but not Aladdin or Jasmine) in Wonderland or maybe even Narnia since they went to Oz. For a second I thought maybe it was the White Witch forming from the blue goo stuff. But like others have said, it's a smart move on their part. I'm actually pretty excited to see a real life version of Anna; she's so spunky and different from all of the other characters on the show.

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My favorite part was the guys coming to Dawson's rescue so that she could get to her test! How many candidates can say they were escorted to their test via fire truck?