I don't trust Issac at all. I think Lauren is walking straight into a Dark Fae trap and she'll need Hale, Knezie, Bo, and Dyson to save her. I miss the old Hale. It seemed to me that Tamsin looked horrible because she had been drinking; Dyson said something about her being drunk I think.
I don't understand why Severide was unable to believe Casey about Heather. "I know what I saw." What exactly did he see? Nothing. He saw Casey and heard Heather ask about mouthwash. Why in the world would he assume they were sleeping together from that? The rest of the episode was great. The last scene was heartbreaking and amazing.
Loved finally getting a Ryan focused episode!
I would trade the three interns you mentioned to have Mr. Nigel-Murray back. He and Wendall were always my favorites. But yes, Caroline is always fun to have around.
I agree with what Hank said about Laurel. I just don't care about her or like her with Oliver. Felicity and Oliver have much more chemistry.
This episode was extremely confusing. My friends and I spent the entire time yelling 'Who the heck is Tamara?!?' I will miss August. Since Graham is gone, I think he and Emma would have been a great pair. I really have no idea where they're going with this whole story line. I'm glad Snow White finally got out of her funk and totally agreed with what Emma said to Charming at the very beginning. Sadly, I think my favorite part of tonight's episode was the preview of Robin Hood joining the fairytale gang. While I am extremely excited for it, I worry that he'll just be a one off like Jack because there is already so much going on with Tamara and Owen, Antone and the beans, and Hook who is supposed to be coming back.
I'm glad Jake pointed out that they do songs by artists who aren't great role models, like Kesha, all the time. I was a little underwhelmed by Mamma Mia. It's a favorite of mine but their performance seemed to focus more on the costumes and it wasn't as upbeat and fun as it should have been in my opinion. I was a bit disapointed. I read an interview where Lea Michele said something about the new kids getting to just runa round the stage and I agree. There doesn't seem to be much choreography lately, just a lot of running around the stage. For some songs that works, others not so much.
I agree with what everyone else has said. I like Catherine in theory, but they're forcing her into the plot and it makes little sense sometimes. Kono should have gone undercover. I did like when they were all trying to convince her to do it. I too am tired of Doris and her constant lies. Steve isn't stupid, he knows she's hiding stuff. What about Danny's family? We've had little glimpses with his brother and nephew. What's going on with his brother who's on the run? This episode was fun but roller derby was just done on Bones not that long ago with Angela going undercover so it wasn't overly new to me.
I watch Supernatural which has a lot of gross moments on it too, but the toothbrush through Sally's cheek has to be one of the grossest moments I've seen. It wasn't gory or bloody but it was....ewwww. I'm wondering if Henry will be back. I mean we didn't see Henry actually die, so what if he tried werewolf's blood too before he got the virus. I'd love to see him back. He walked the line between good and bad and it would be nice for Aidan to have someone from his past as he's moving forward. I'm glad Nora has been redeemed a bit. She was really turning into a character I despised. As for Nick and Zoe....wow.
I never trusted James but man. I am so mad right now and I don't want to have to wait until the fall to find out what happens. I honestly kept waiting for the blimp to get shot down or something but I'm glad it didn't. I wasn't much of a Sara fan at first but after tonight I really wish she was staying.
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