started out weak but got good around the middle. love the mysterious psycho religious ending. "we are the begining" the begining of what???? love bonnie as always she is my favorite character, witch power!!! only really watch the show for her. love that now i can actually HEAR her spell cast. i wish she would have ignored grandma and saved Elena then Klaus could have stayed in Tyler a little longer. and the boy does not know how to keep a low profile. he was telling everyone who he really is. really? all in an all a c, a for bonnie
the whole point of beauty and the beast is that he is a beast and in this show he isnt. if the show had a different name and wasnt a remake of such a great show i could look over some the horribleness cause i love kristen kruek and would watch anything she is in but after this episode i'm done with the show. it wasnt just the beast aspect but the dialogue was kind of weak as well and yeah the two leads are beautiful but them falling for each other was way too quick. love is suppose to be deeper then that. it was better then i thought it would be but too much silliness for me to take it seriously or enjoy
did not know this was a book and after reading about the book i can't fathom how they made such a leap and all of these big changes for the worst. just reading the synopsis of the book, i can say the book is far more interesting and i going to see if i can find a copy. but i will (begrudgingly) keep watching. with the low ratings and bad reviews at worst i'll only have to suffer for a season
this show is worst then lost. if you're not going to at least tell us what the heck this hotel/apartment place is then explain the new mysteries like what the heck is up with the birds. give the viewers a little something so they feel like they are getting something out of the show. i doubt this show will have a full season and definitely not a second season. they just need to start solving some mysteries cause its like an episode of scooby doo without the kids ever seeing the monster or solving the case. what's the fun in that?
"Jack is the father! Only he's not ... only he totally is! You have to love Emily's maneuvering on this one. Is she hoping FauxManda will come clean and peace out, because she doesn't want to "lie" to Jack? Amazing." so not amazing. Emily is a total jerk and i don't get why people like her. like Takeda said she's totally lost her focus and has become her enemy messing with people's lives ugh! get Jack (the guy you want but only when someone else wants him) to lose his child just so you can have in your back pocket whatevers.this episode was a disappointment compared to episode one.the writers on this show write like a bad soap opera: the women are only strong when they are being bitches but then they cant back their words up with action even when they have all of this martial arts training or a weapon.now nolan is straight all of a sudden? we get it you're ABC but you shouldn't have bothered to introduce the gay aspect if you didnt have the balls to continue it.i am curious as to the full story of Emily's mother. she is becoming more and more interesting everytime i see her. i think she is alive and had a relationship with the white haired man. the way he said he was sorry for having to kill Emily, he kept Emily's secret and the way he treated Kara in the hospital, there is some emotion there. hopefully next week will be better as Emily spends sometime with suitor number 3 (they didnt make his character a guy for nothing)
loved it. offically my second favorite show of the series after the stable boy. Regina is by far my favorite character so i'm always waiting for the episodes that explore her origins. Rumple being Regina's mentor explains how she is so close to him (remember the beauty and beast episode and how she often calls him Rumple?) and has become his rival (the student has become the master). so she sent Cora through the looking glass obviously to wonderland, once again hinting that cora might be the queen of hearts. and with that ending cora is going to be a bigger part of this season so i hope we get to see her origin story. we know she's the miller's daughter but in the fairy tale she married the king. why did she decide to study magic? how did she meet henry? and Rumple's conversation with Regina when they first met has me guessing that he has some kind of prophetic power and him getting involved with Regina's family is all part of his master plan. i think he wants to build a kingdom here like he did in the enchanted kingdom now he has break that barrier. next episode we get to see Hook so maybe Peter Pan too?
me and my roommate were SHOCKED when Victoria opened the door. i thought we were finally rid of her oy vey. the baby is definitely Jack's, i never thought otherwise, he is the only guy she has been shown to have relations with. i hate that everyone is making Amanda into this villain just because of her past but they love Emily when they have the same background and Emily (with her one note emotion self) has done FAR worst then Amanda ever will. lets not forget if it wasnt for Amanda Emily's little scheme would have been over before episode 11. Amanda is the only character on the show that i actually like (jack is too indecisive and boring, and nolan and emily are as stuck up as the graysons). i only really watch the show for the schemes and action as everyone on here is morally corrupt.
My second favorite fall premiere after Dexter. I was almost moved to tears when Snow, Emma and Charming had their family reunion. I was screaming at the tv "Hug your parents girl!". the fun of last season is still here with the great dialogue, action and questions galore (cause its not a true Upon a Time episode unless you are confused). I usually like the fairy tale setting better but this episode it was definitely the weak point for me. jamie chung is a talented actress but she seems stiff and amatuerish here for some reason and Philip and Aurora were just eh for me. i know the working of magic in the "real' world has something to do with Emma as Regina didnt get her powers back until after Emma touched her and Rumple brought magic back using the potion he made from Snow and Charming's love, but how exactly does it work? i hope we get to see more of wonderland this season and as Hook is coming when get to his flash backs of peter and neverland i will be like a kid in a candy store. hope this season has even better ratings (special effects needs it) and i look forward to this new journey
a great begining to the last season. that last scene when dex walks in to find his apartment in shambles and all of his killing equipment laid to bare with deb sitting there waiting for him, her gun handy, my heart was pounding. i do disagree that previous seasons have been stale (save for when julia stiles was on), like true blood i love every episode of every season it is just written and acted so well. why would LaGuerta be secretive about the slide instead of simply ordering Masuka to run it you ask? well did you hear what he told her? the only person to ever use blood slides was a member of the miami pd who turned out to be a serial killer. taking that into consideration she can't trust anyone and as freaky as Masuka is, he would be a prime suspect.
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