I got the impression the head Lost Boy was Peter Pan and they were searching for Henry for some big bad guy, not the Lost Boys were looking for him for Pan. I'm glad there's a little more to Pan than just the evil shadow that takes boys. I too missed Ruby, Granny, and the Blue Fairy. I understand why Sidney disapeared from the story (he's on Revolution now) but the others...Ruby used to be a big part of the story and now she's just gone. I honestly wasn't surprised Neal survived and maybe now Aurora, Mulan, and Phillip will get actual stories of their own. The 3 of them were horribly under used this season, as was Robin Hood.
Well I was a little underwhelmed by that episode since it was the season finale. Plus after regionals is kind of an awkward place to end the season since regionals isn't at the end of the school year.
This seems interesting and I love Adam Baldwin. Not sure how far they can go with this but its intriguing enough for me to want to check it out next year. As a mid Atlantic east coast resident it slightly bugs me they pronounced Norfolk wrong though.
I want an Annabeth/Zoe reunion! They were friends but Lemon ruined it. Zoe needs some girl friends. I was a little aggravated with Lemon's attempt to change the Rammer Jammer but the results of her and Wade's escapades was pretty funny.
I was a little disappointed in Robin Hood. They could have done so much more with him. I hope he comes back in future episodes. Lacey was fun; Granny's reaction was great. Lacey and Ruby would be an awesome pair (speaking of Ruby, where is she?).
East coast didn't get this episode.
Rachel and Shelby are always welcome on my tv screen. Loved the NY scenes much more than the school scenes. Will has totally most his way. I thought exactly the same thing about "Outcasts" and "Loser Like Me."
This reminded me a lot of Eureka. Guy and his daughter end up in a town, things happen that kill the sheriff and the guy takes over the job. A lot of the pilot was predictable but I liked it.
nearly every episode. We knew how well they performed together and they earned their trips to Nationals.
Part of me hopes Tina is Ryder's mystery girl. She needs someone who will love her back and there have been a few times during musical numbers where they were paired together. I don't think the episode was disrespectful. I think they handled a current situation with care. My senior year of high school was plagued with bomb threats. The next year the high school and neighboring middle school (where my little brother was) were put on lockdown and SWAT patted down every person in the high school because a student was seen putting a gun in a backpack then going to the school. Sadly these things are happening. No one was killed in the episode and I don't think it's insensitive to have the character with downs syndrome be the one with the gun. Lastly, I agree with the user who said they don't think they're going to Nationals this year. The new group needs to earn it and they haven't yet. They haven't done many group performances whereas original New Directions did a group performance nearly every week. We knew how well they performed together together and they earned their trips to Nationals.
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