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The Secret Circle Round Table: "Balcoin"
11/17/2011 11:42 AM
Who the hell is related to Cassie? We've had all kinds of hints that it's Faye (which would make it to easy and obvious) except for the fact that she doesn't seem to have any great power now. I think it's safe to assume Adam is not Cassie's brother, but other than that everything is possible, including Nick. I'm just hoping it won't be Jake. First of all, it would be gross and awkward after all the cute scenes they've had together. And second of all, Cake kind of grew on me, I really don't want them to end so stupidly.
All this leads me to ask the same question for the millionth time: who was in the previous Circle? I can't believe it was all men and only one woman (Cassie's mom). The other Blackwell child means there had to be another woman, right? Everything else would upset the balance of the Circle... right?
Do I want Jake to return? Yes. As much as I question his abilities as an actor, the character is becoming more interesting every week. And we need him. Some male power in the mix.
Favourite scene - final shot, everybody on the dock watching Jake being shipped away. I also liked the scene where Cassie was getting ready for the party and Jake was watching her from his room. I would KILL for that little red dress...
My grade: B. I will definitely keep watching.
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "Homecoming"
11/17/2011 10:51 AM
Favourite scene - there were many great scenes. Elena bonding with Rebekah and then stabbing her in the back, Delena scene at the end (I always love to see Damon pissed off), Klaus warning Elena/Katherine that he's always one step ahead... but I agree with the panel. Nothing can be compared to the showdown between Klaus and Mikael. I mean we all knew that Klaus can't die so soon, but would anyone think that we will ever see him actually cry?
Maybe they killed Mikael too soon, but I'm kind of glad he's dead. How many bad guys can we handle at once? I'm good with just Klaus. He can take his badness to the next level now.
Katherine posing as Elena wasn't that suprising on its own when you think about how dangerous it would be for Elena to go to the party and how badly Damon wanted to keep her out of this. More suprising was the fact that Katherine agreed to that. She cares after all, who knew?
I can hardly believe that nobody asked Rebekah to the dance. It's really hard to dislike the Originals when they are all so lonely. But still, the shoker of the day has to be Stefan kidnapping the coffins. I did not see that coming. Is he suicidal of something? He really thinks revenge is a good idea now?
As for beer pong - I loved Matt's answer! :D:D:D
One thing I want to see happen next year? Elijah getting out of the coffin!
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "Ordinary People"
11/7/2011 12:59 PM
The fact that there was no cliffhanger was definitely refreshing. We need a little oxygen break every now and then. Besides, I bet we'll get plenty of cliffhangers next episode… and then we'll have to wait until January which already makes me want to kill someone…
I loved every flashback episode so far. They are always packed with key information to understanding what is going on. My favourite is probably "Klaus", just because it was the first time we actually saw Klaus.
Klaus killing his mother was a sin, but what kind of a mother doesn't defend her son? Mikael treated him like shit. Btw, we didn't actually see it happening. Maybe there will be another twist in this story. Who did the drawings anyway? Was it Klaus? It's hard to believe that he would put the evidence of his crime on the wall for everyone to see. And if it was anyone else it could just as easily be a lie. It's not that hard, Klaus and Elijah invented the sun and moon curse and did fake drawings all over the globe.
My favourite scene was Klaus, Rebekah and Elijah making a pact to "stick together as one". It was beautiful.
The Secret Circle Round Table: "Beneath"
11/7/2011 12:53 PM
Man, that was dark. Between the rain, weeds in the bathtub, little Faye and Henry's body, I was kind of scared. I like this show best when it's like that.
Cake? Even though I agree with Eric that Chris Zylka isn't much of an actor, I still think Cassie and Jake have a spark. You could feel it when they did magic together. She got under his skin. Maybe it will make Jake switch sides, I can hardly believe he would let Isaac kill her.
Dadam? I think Diana is right. Adam can't let her go, because he's afraid of change. He even kind of admitted that. Poor guy, he just needs to be needed. How sad is that? Maybe next episode he will have his big shot saving Cassie or something.
Favourite scene - definitely Cassie discovering Henry's body. Very dark and very cool. Second favourite is Cassie snapping at Faye. Faye is a jealous bitch and the saddest part is that Jake isn't even her boyfriend. Not everything is about her, the Circle has bigger problems right now.
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "Ghost World"
11/1/2011 12:24 PM
Favourite scene - the big reconciliation (sort of) between Damon and Alaric saved the day. I didn't like this ghosty episode at all.
Am I sad about Bonnie and Jeremy? Jeremy kissed the ghost. I'd say the break-up was inevitable.
I was happy to see Lexi, but the stuff she did during her brief comeback didn't make any sense.
Who did I miss the most? Klaus, Klaus, Klaus all the way. I love this guy and I don't need anyone else at this point.
More random development? Mason and Lexi were equally confusing, but the discovery in the cave may lead to something. Lexi's detox skills on the other hand… Well, that was just stupid.
The Secret Circle Round Table: "Masked"
11/1/2011 12:22 PM
Jake grew on me a little bit this week. I thought he was not a bad guy material, but maybe he just needs some time. He looks promising now, he lies and kills without a blink, I like it.
More suprising? From the little hints we had since the show started - about Cassie's dad not being a good guy and Cassie's gran saying she's more powerful that the others, I was kind of expecting something huge to be revealed about her. Luke on the other hand caught me completely off guard.
Should Cassie be told about her dad? Yes. Nothing good ever comes from keeping someone in the dark.
Favourite scene - Cassie saving the day with her newly discovered dark magic skills. Jake killing Calvin was awesome too.
The best costume award goes to Killer Bee :)
The Secret Circle Review: One Shady Sibling
10/24/2011 2:34 PM
@jacim - "Assie" has a cool ring to it, I'm voting for that one :)
I have mixed feelings about this episode. Jake doesn't do it for me at all, hopefully that will change over time. My favourite type of bad boy needs vibe that this guy doesn't have. But maybe it's too early to judge. The little spark he has with Cassie is nice and gives some hope for the future.
Btw he's here to avenge the death of his family, but he doesn't really seem to care about his brother...
Charles is a complete wreck after killing Nick. It's interesting, but on the other hand that is the same guy who killed Amelia and didn't show any remorse after that, right?
Faye and Melissa are both a mess, each in a different kind of way. I like that and I hope they will be given some screen time to develop that.
Diana impressed me once again. She left Adam before he could leave her (or hurt her more likely). Adam was desperate to stay with Diana, we all know he didn't just stop loving her after Cassie came into the picture. But he can't control himself when it comes to Cassie and he needs to figure it out instead of pretending that everything is fine. It's great that Diana pushed him in that direction. Come on, Adam! Be a man and figure out what you want.
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
10/24/2011 2:22 PM
We don't really know if Rebekah wasn't invited in. She may have been invited when she hooked Tyler up with blood. More interesting is the fact that Salvatore house clearly doesn't belong to Elena anymore (it's either that or the writers forgot about it). First Katherine, now Rebekah, and not a word of explanation. Is it because Elena died? It makes sense, but it would be nice if someone said something about that.
As for Vicky - I really hope she's gone for good. As for Katherine - as Steve said, her character seems lost since we have so many new exciting faces around. But I doubt she's dead, Katherine's death scene should take longer than five seconds. And I still love her bitchy comments :)
Favourite scene - pretty much everything with Stefan. Now that he went bad for real, I'm enjoying him more than ever. If I have to choose one, "the human blood bag" scene on the track wins.
I also loved the Delena scene at the end with Elena's "casual" comment about Rebekah drooling all over Damon's marshmallows, followed by a typical Damon-style line to Alaric: "Sorry about the car, man. Bummer." :)
Jeremy-Bonnie-Anna thing is getting annoying. Being jealous if the other girl is a ghost? Not cool.
The only thing truly bad about this episode was the absence of Klaus. I understand that we need a break from his awesomeness (so he wouldn't steal the entire show from the main characters), but at this point I can hardly remember what it was like before he showed up in Mystic Falls.
Dexter Review: A Tale of Three Stories
10/20/2011 4:10 PM
I love Deb. And I hate LaGuerta. The bitch seriously gets on my nerves. She always kind of did, but now she shows up every five seconds to humiliate Deb, sometimes in front of everybody. She's pissed off at Matthews so now she will do anything to prove he was wrong? Grow up, woman! Extra points go to Angel for not turning his back on Deb.
Deb's first meeting with the new cop was awesome. Go Debra!
As for Dexter - I agree with Derek. It wasn't really about getting old. It was more about the father-son relationship. That is why the blood slides scene was so powerful and symbolic (at least to me). If you let chaos into perfectly ordered Dexter-land, all you get is just one big mess. That is what anyone would see if the truth about Dexter ever came out. He doesn't want that for Harrison.
Gossip Girl Round Table: "Memoirs of an Invisible Dan"
10/20/2011 4:04 PM
@ALF - thanks! :) I feel like you're in my head as well. Everything you wrote about Dan and Chuck - I agree 100%. I love their scenes together. You can really feel weird friendship vibe between these two.
Gossip Girl Round Table: "Memoirs of an Invisible Dan"
10/20/2011 5:55 AM
Favourite quote - "If you can’t tell the difference between what I did to Blair and what I did to you, then maybe your portrayal in the book is more accurate than you thought". I love Dan! I wanted someone to dump a huge bomb on Serena's ego after her "everybody loves a villain" line to Blair. Why would she assume that Blair had to be the villain? Ok, Blair assumed that too, but Serena's certainty that she was still Dan's holy muse makes her an egocentric bitch.
What surprised me about Dan's book… Not the Dair imaginary sex. Not the fact that he made Serena look like a selfish pretty girl that she really is (even if she desperately tries to pretend that she isn't). Chuck's death was the shocker of the day, but even more shocking was his reaction. I was truly impressed by Chuck. The only person who understands the meaning of the word "fiction" apparently. His conversation with Lily at the end was very emotional. We got to see how lonely he really feels.
I was also impressed by Rufus. He played the proud dad act for Dan's party and waited until the next day before telling Dan what he really thinks. Awesome stuff, Mr Humphrey!
What I was not impressed by was Louis. What an epic idiot. Here's a hint - if you are a prince, you don't get to act like a jealous boyfriend. Have some dignity, for the love of God.
The book in general sounds great. The fact that Dan made his character not very positive (in his own words Dylan is "a judgmental dick") is impressive too.
Who did he sell out hardest? I'd say Rufus. For three reasons. One: you shouldn't write shit about your dad. Two: marrying Lily for money is easy to believe (for someone who doesn't know Rufus) and it is actually unjust. Three: everyone (other than stupid Serena who always expects to be on the pedestal) knew that what Dan wrote about them could be harsh, only Rufus had no reason to think that.
Most difficult to believe - the book being such success overnight and the fact that only Chuck read the book are both very hard to believe, but the gold goes to Serena's reputation. Without the question that just set a whole new record on the stupidity scale. Daniel Day-Lewis? Really? How far can the writers go?
Who will be the first to become friends with Dan again? I hope it will be Blair. She had a right to freak out, since her prince proved to be a stupid ass, but hopefully she'll soon come to realize that she overreacted. After all the sex thing doesn't really put her in such a bad light, right?
I'm Team Chair since season one, so my answer to the next question - yes!
Cast for the movie - I agree with Steve's every guy choice. Adam Brody would be great Dylan, Joseph Morgan has a perfect combination of a royalty vibe and a bad boy vibe that is needed for Charlie and Zac Efron definitely has a face to play slightly dumb gay Derek. Girls are the problem. I don't think Lindsay and Pippa are pretty enough. Not to mention Pippa isn't bitchy enough and Lindsay is way too bitchy. I think Eric is right here. Nina and Candice could have a shot.
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "The Reckoning"
10/15/2011 10:56 AM
Favourite scene - I was gonna say Klaus snapping Tyler's neck… Since the panel triply rewarded the scene already, I'm going with my silver and bronze (which were equally hard to choose).
Silver goes to Elena asking Damon were he was, followed by Stefan and his: "By all means, carry on". How awesome was that? I don't feel angry at Elena for expecting Damon to be there. After all she never said it's a bad idea for them to be friends. It was all Alaric and his new paternal instinct. The only mistake on her part was to try making Damon better, but she does that on everyone.
Bronze goes to the lonely hybrid. When Rebekah asked Klaus if his obsession was all about not being alone, I thought he was gonna cry. Poor lonely Original hybrid… :)
Dumber mistake - if we want to hold Klaus to what he said ("Given the choice: doppelganger or hybrid, I go hybrid every time") the answer should be Tyler :) but I wouldn't exactly call them "mistakes". He did wan't to take both of them, until Damon told him about Michael. That obviously changed his plans, probably for a reason. I agree with Jordan on this.
Exciting development - all of the above. My favourite remains Stefan going bad. Please, let it be for real this time. And don't fix him right away. The most important development however is probably Michael. The show keeps bringing weird hybrids - first a vampire-werewolf, now a vampire AND a hunter, next thing will be a vampire-witch.
Matt-Vicky story line was not that exciting, considering everything else that happened, but it's nice to see him have any real story line. And it wasn't completely useless.
The show has officially reached the point where I like every character :) and with everything that is happening, there is almost no time for me to miss Elijah anymore :)
Gossip Girl Round Table: "The Jewel of Denial"
10/14/2011 5:10 PM
Favourite quote - "There is a part of me that really wanted it to be yours". Is it just me or did that sound… honest? Is it possible that the boring prince is really the daddy? It's either that or Blair is officially the best liar ever.
The entire scene with Blair and Chuck was just amazing. I waited for the Chair scene since the season started, but that totally exceeded my expectations. Very intense. The look on Chuck's face when Blair said she's pregnant - wow. I still have chills.
More hillarious friendship - still Blair and Dorota. They have been around too long to be just taken over by somebody. But Chuck and Dan have something. If they keep it up, they have a shot. Monkey is fantastic.
Hardest to believe - I'd say it's down to DNA test vs sex addict. Chuck adopting the dog is not hard to believe at all. He's Chuck Bass, he can do whatever. We should know that by now. Did anyone think that he would get rid of the dog?
What kind of scandals will Nate and Diana uncover? I think Leigh and Eric covered everything :)
How excited am I to learn what Dan wrote? Hmmm, is it possible to die of excitement? If it's possible, I'm starting to worry. I don't know if I will live long enough to see the next episode.
The Secret Circle Review: Who Died?
10/14/2011 3:52 PM
Is that for real? I mean... did they really kill off one of the Circle? Ok, it's definitely shocking, but... WHAT? I didn't see that one coming. Especially in the fifth episode. To be honest, I didn't expect any major character to die so soon. After I finished watching I was like: "but he's not really dead... right?". What does that mean for the Circle?
All in all - very good episode. I will miss Nick. Btw, I do hope that writers won't leave us with just one guy :)
The Vampire Diaries Review: Best. Prank. Night. Ever.
10/14/2011 10:54 AM
My worries were completely unnecessary. I was afraid the hybrid fiasco will really be about Elena being alive. Which would not make any sense, because it would imply that you can partly break a curse. And curses are supposed to be yes or no deals. Either you break it or not. Klaus is a hybrid, so he did break the curse. That's it, done, over.
Well done writers! Insted of not making any sanse, you made it brilliant. Proved that witches are smart as hell. I think Klaus should thank everyone in "Elena protection team" for not playing the game his way. Otherwise Elena would not be dagger-dead, but dead-dead. Along with his dreams of a hybrid army.
I loved every single second of this episode. I wonder if it's even possible for the show to get any better than that. Top-notch work!
The Vampire Diaries Review: Mystic Falls Apart
10/7/2011 3:02 PM
Three things I want to say:
One: Stefan is a really bad liar. I expect more from the Ripper… He thought he could just ask questions and none of the two thousand-year-old vampires would figure out something was wrong? Ok, he was playing on the fact, that one of them was supposed to be madly in love with him. But she wasn't born yesterday! You need to give her more than a pair of sweet eyes if you expect her to buy your bullshit.
Two: Caroline is my absolute favourite girl right now!
Three: I never justified every screwed up thing Damon did. I know Alaric had every right to be pissed off when Damon "killed" him, but what the hell was his deal before that? When Damon is needed everything is cool, but when he's not he should get lost? What was so wrong in making chilli with Elena? I'm so sick of everyone saying that Damon is the bad brother. News flash: Stefan was pretty bad for the most part of his life. And somehow everyone is acting like he's some kind of saint. Everything always leads to Damon being left with nothing. How is that possible? I'm so glad at least Elena admitted he was right.
The Secret Circle Review: Two Key Rules
10/7/2011 1:24 PM
Yeah, the show is getting better! :) Cassie was very irresponsible, but on the other hand it once again made the whole situation more realistic - they don't know what they are dealing with and they don't pretend that they do. No shortcuts, no all-knowing teachers that just jump in and tell you everything. Ok, Heather jumped in and explained some (but she got killed before we learned anything actually useful) and a lot of stuff is in the books, but it's nice that they need to figure it out with no help from some mysterious person (that usually shows up out of nowhere at the most convenient moment with all the answers).
Cassie should have been more careful, but I feel like Diana wants everyone to be too careful. The Circle needs to practice more, so they can defend themselves. And they need to start asking questions.
And one more thing about Diana. I know she wants all of them to be friends and everything, but when you have concerns about your boyfriend and some other girl, you don't push them closer. Especially after you expressed your concerns to BOTH of them. What do you want to prove, Diana?
Speaking of Cassie and Adam - I really liked the way they connected this week. At first it was all chemistry-fate-stars thing, but now they are sharing personal stuff.
I love Melissa and Nick :) she needs to stop listening to Faye, though. That is if she even walks alive from the whole demon-possession thing, of course.
Faye is bitchy, she likes to stir things up and sometimes she's out of control, but let's face it - we all love that about her. And it doesn't mean she's bad. At the end they all have each other's back.
Like some other people here, I'm mathematically confused. Who was in the previous Circle? Ok, not all of the parents had to be witches, maybe some of them were not. But we know Faye's dad was connected to the Circle (because his father - the guy Dawn killed - was clearly in the witchcraft business) and we also know Cassie's dad was magically involved (Dawn and Charles said that Cassie has a gift and she's her father's daughter), so that's already more than 6. They could have siblings and mix the families if they married each other, but that would mean some of the current members are related. Wouldn't someone mention that by now? And how would the six-rule (one witch from each family) work in that case? If you have more than one witch in the family or if a witch comes from two families at the same time? Who becomes part of the Circle then?
Dexter Season 6 Premiere Review: Snakes on a Beach
10/5/2011 3:43 PM
So what you are saying, Matt, is that you would like this season to pick up where things were left in the the end of last season and have Dexter deal with Lumen leaving? Wouldn't it be too... repetitive? I agree, maybe writers took an easy way out. But maybe what Dexter needed was to move on? And moving on doesn't happen easily. If you want things to be different, you need time. And with time, changes come. That means someone getting a divorce, someone getting a promotion, someone changing the address.
I actually liked this opening. I agree it's good that Dexter seems to be over the whole "am I human?" thing. At the same time I'm excited about the religion theme that was set. It will be very interesting to see how someone like Dex fits in all that. I specially enjoyed the conversation Dexter had with his last victim. In his cold logic mind God doesn't make any sense.
Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks definitely have potential.
Gossip Girl Round Table: "Beauty and the Feast"
10/5/2011 11:46 AM
Pregnant Blair is interesting. I thought it would feel forced, but fortunately Leighton Meester is working miracles with every story line. Her remarks about morning sickness and tender breasts were hilarious.
I wouldn't call Dan a creep. He wrote a book about everyone, but it wasn't supposed to be published. I think of it as more of a diary-type-thing. He is a good friend.
Serena just broke a record of stupidity… No coments.
In villain contest I'm with Beatrice. What is wrong with Louis? He never noticed that his sister is a power-hungry bitch?
Charlie/Ivy in general is hard to believe, but with Chuck the writers went one step too far. If they wanted to create some new issues for him, they should have think of something that makes sanse.
Favourite quote: "Even Blair Waldorf cannot bent DNA to her will" :)
The Secret Circle Round Table: "Loner"
10/4/2011 5:42 AM
My favourite scene was the Circle kicking Zachary's ass. Not because it was spectacular (it wasn't), but because it felt realistic. I love the fact that binding the Circle didn't result in them suddenly knowing everything. They still don't know what they are doing, it's just instinct. One thing is certain - they truly are better together. So Cassie needs to stop fighting it and try to make it work.
Should Cassie go out again with Luke? Well... "should" is a dangerous word. If she really meant the whole "I would never come between you two" to Diana (and she's a good girl, so she probably meant it), then maybe the answer "should" be: yes. But I don't think it's right. First of all he could never be part of anything. And second of all there's Adam and Luke isn't blind. Neither is Sally, which is what I like about her. And neither is Diana. One thing she said was unquestionably true. "I see the way he looks at you". Yeah, we all see that, Di. Those looks could easily melt an iceberg.
Speaking of Diana, I'm having mixed feelings about her and this sweet good girl routine. On one hand it seems real and honest, but on the other hand I don't want to feel sorry for her when the inevitable happens. At some point Cassie and Adam will do something about their feelings for each other and she will be left heartbroken. I'd much prefer it if she was the bitch who deserved it.
Melissa and Nick? Hell yes! I agree with Matt - "Mick" is a perfect nickname. Too perfect to be wasted :)
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "The End of the Affair"
9/30/2011 4:20 PM
I love how Eric and Dan reacted to the last question :) for the record, if my daddy had done that to me, I would cry my eyes out. Girls do that, you know.
Granted, maybe Bill loves Caroline in a twisted way, but come on. He honestly thought he could cure her from vampirism? Train her like a dog? Did that ever actually work?
It's hard to decide on a favourite scene this week. I loved every scene with Klaus, everything from the '20s and everything wih Forewood. But I think I will go with this sweet little chat between Damon and Nick :) when the witch stepped in and Klaus went "really?", I almost fell from my chair :)
The Vampire Diaries Review: The Nick of Time
9/30/2011 7:28 AM
So Klaus and Stefan were buddies in the good old days. I didn't see that one coming. How cool is that? I have to say Nick is quickly becoming my second favourite character on this show :) and it's totally awesome that they called him Nick, btw. It's fun to see that he's actually capable of making friends. Feeling something at all, for that matter. Stefan was a loose end, but insted of just killing him, Kaus made him forget. And the look on his face when Rebecca chose Stefan - heartbreaking. (Seriously, what is it with girls always choosing Stefan over the other guy? It's getting old...).
For the love of God, Elena! Just stop with this "I can't give up on you" stuff! If she wants to get herself killed, that's fine, but can she just think of other people for a second? Like Stefan? I dare say he's much safer doing what Klaus wants. What the hell is she thinking? That Stefan can just leave and Klaus would be ok with that? Last season she was willing to die because she learned the bloody story from Katherine. Has she lost her brain somewhere in between? Or maybe she could think about Damon for a second, after all the guy is risking his life for her. I swear, after her "I told you that I was practically discovered by Klaus and you're worried about what I'm wearing?", I wanted to slap her stupid face. Hard.
Side note: Klaus, and by "Klaus" I mean "super-Original-invincible-hybrid-Klaus", didn't hear that someone alive and breathing was in the room, standing like three feet away from him? REALLY?
"I also take issue with how the show keeps upping the bad guy ante. There was Katherine... and then Klaus... and then now random new guy. Granted, each villain has brought with him or her a different angle; and we need new blood to keep spinning the story in various directions. But it's a bit irritating to continually learn that there's always someone else out there. Nothing ever gets resolved as much as the plot in general gets altered." ----- Thanks for bringing that up, Matt. That is what I wrote im my comment last week! We've got ourselves a perfect villain (like Klaus in last season) and then they are taking that away from us. And making us feel stupid that we were scared of Klaus in the first place.
Caroline and Tyler are still great, though the rescue mission was too much high-speed. Fortunately the scene with them in Caroline's room was rewarding.
Gossip Girl Round Table: Season Five Premiere
9/27/2011 3:17 PM
Favourite quote - I have two. Nate and Serena: "He's Chuck Bass". How brilliant was that? :) second is Blair: "Szybko, chodźmy". For those of you who don't know, that's in Polish :) I have to be patriotic on this one, since I'm from Poland. And I love Dorota :D
I loved the scene between Blair and Dan in his apartment, when she came to tell him about calling off the wedding. When she said "take me there" I almost cried. His reaction - priceless. He's obviously in love with her, just look at him. Dear writers, don't kill Dair just yet! It's fun watching them together.
I love all things Chuck Bass. Red bike? I'm there! You can't fool us, Chuck. We all know that "save the date" note did a little damage. Chair is still an endgame for me. I wouldn't mind if "baby Blair" was in fact "baby Bass" :)
The Vampire Diaries Round Table: "The Hybrid"
9/23/2011 3:51 PM
My favourite scene was definitely Klaus surrounded by a dead pack of wolves. He looked so disappointed and angry... and, dare I say, sad...? I almost felt sorry for him. And the way he gave Stefan the bottle with blood - epic.
Side note: it's so typical for every show ever made - first they spent half a season preparing us for Klaus, calling him the scariest badass vamp in the history of time, and now they make it look like there is someone even worse out there somewhere. Come on people, I'm so tired of that! I wanted Klaus to be IT. I even fear his name!
Ghosts? Normally I would say: don't trust them, period. But now I will let myself do a little wishful thinking - I always liked Anna better. Vicky was a crazy psycho even when she was human, got more crazy as a vamp, I don't even want to know her as a ghost.
Caroline's dad showing up was definitely the most shocking development but Tyler and his suprising knowledge of wolf habits in Tennessee? Impressive. I love that guy more each day.
Sons of Anarchy Round Table: "Dorylus"
9/23/2011 8:05 AM
Clay is seriously losing it. He has so many balls in the air, sooner or later it would be too much. We had first breakdown with Gemma. Although I agree with one thing Clay said - with both him and Jax gone, Bobby is probably the best person to lead the club.
Juice story line seems a good twist. I just hope he's not going to end up dead. I like him too much :)
As for my favourite scene, I agree with Dan. Everything with Vivica was top-notch.
And might I just add - Jax really holds it strong. If anyone can keep this whole crazy thing from blowing on everybody's face, it's him.
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