A greaaaaaat episode! Just wow, a great our of TV. Why fidn't they air this as a 2hour season finale????? I'll go and sleep through the week. Was I the only one who was hearing the "Ain't no Mountain high enough" tune when Clarke stood in front of the huge door?
I think you miss the fact that the MM had more missles and that was surely one more negotiating point. Don't you think Lexa is sick of thr war? Or her people dying and suffering?I understand your point and your anger but Lexa made the choice she had to for her people. For their future. It's ugly but that is war.
Lovely RT. Quite the explosive episode.- Thea. I adore her, the writers really turned the leaf with her. This is also a parallel between Oliver and Thea. Oliver throughout his evolution had to be a secret a lie and he turned into one. He is avoiding everything in his life. Thea on the other hand always was up front and had to be that way to be noticed and appreciated. - Raylicity! I understand them going there, but the moment just seems to convenient. Oliver will most likely find about it and that will push him into the Leagues arms.- New Ra's? I mean no freaking way. Oliver will most likely switch sides for a couple of eps, say 19-22 but that won't last. The offer overall fits the theme of Identity the writers promised at the begging of the season. I hope there is an overall plan to this storytelling.- Nyssa! I like her. Her upfront attitude is always a delight. I'm quite intrigued to see how she will cop with the offer. I also hope we will get much more from her and Laurel, their interaction was great.-Malcolm! No freaking clue! I was happy when he was announced s03 regular but they certainly missed to make his story interesting. Maybe he forms an alliance with Nyssa to stop this transition. Would be a neat pairing!
Just like last week I don't know if I loved the ep or not. Thea killed it she was emotional, real and truthful. Her and Roy's scenes are so much better now when they aren't together.Laurel is getting also better each week. She has evolved from where she was first coming, and I enjoyed the overall aspect that Malcolm's death won't heal their wounds. The Raylicity sex, shouldn't have happened. It felt a bit forced even though both of them needed to release tension. Think the sex will just be a reason more to push Oliver to the League.I know it should feel like the story has peaked but I don't feel it. Hoping for the resolution to be better.
I think Kai wants to gather enough power to create a prison world for his coven.It was a great heartbreaking episode. Can't wait for the show to return.
I don't know how I really feel about this episode. It had some fine brother-sister bonding and Thea grew so much, I just adore her. It seems like she is doing her own thing in the next episode and I love it. In a bunch of loose ends, the flashbacks are certainly the weakest part of the season. I liked to see drunken Quentin and look forward to have him stick around much more. he needs more screen time cause he was amazing these last 2 weeks. Hoping he gets a scene or two with Felicity's mom. Back in summer I was so happy that JB joined the cast as a series regular, but now I hope he gets lost ASAP. Somehow this whole, semi redemption-training with Oliver seems so stupid can't even describe it. Slade was quite underwhelming, his Shado rant was boring but he nailed that last line. The thing is Slade was a part of Oliver's evolution and his first trainer and he saw how much he changed from that initial play boy and how much soul he lost along the way. Hoped he would be used much better.
I understand your point, but I don't agree with it.
So you would let your best friend stick around "dangerous" people while you, amateur journalist, investigates. Good for you!
But Iris is a person her best friends spends most time these days and Barry is spending also time with Wells and Cisco. In this matter if nothing Barry should be her prime concern for spending time with them. Iris certainly noticed Barry knew something and should approach him. If she does in the next ep I will apologize but this way I just would prefer her being straight.
You are going after their boss and Barry's friend. Barry is spending most of his free time with those people. You really can't say he is my only target as her actions will affect the other, including Barry. She should more question Barry's involvement in the story and his motives. I think we all would approach this differently, and I'm not against Iris or something still think the writers should've find a different way to do this. But that is just me.
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