I was expecting a sad episode, but for some reason this hit home with me. I bawled from seasons of love to the end with Mr. Shue.
I haven't watched Glee in a while but wanted to catch this episode. When I heard of Cory's death I wasn't truly affected. However seeing the people he left behind grieve in such a public way was heartbreaking. It caused fear in me about the day I loose someone. Their performances were spectacular based on their real anguish. I am not a crier. It takes a lot to get my tear ducts working, but this had them going from the start to finish. I am glad I watched it alone. Will I watch next week, can't say. But this episode felt right. Sometimes death needs to have a moment for those left behind as well as those who have passed.
I didn't expect much from this show when it first aired but gave it a shot. I ended up loving it. I love how they are portrayed, and the dynamic of the female to male interaction. I do not however want them together. I feel as if they are more like siblings, but who knows that may change over the seasons.
I loved how the Victorian gang interacts. And yes the Clara mystery has made this season very intriguing.
I enjoyed this immensely. It had a very different feel, I noticed a few camera tricks that were unique to this episode. The Haley thing... I remember reading they were going to try and redeem Klaus with New Orleans. As I see it this might be the only way lol. Yes A twilight comparison will always be there yet this one doesn't feel too out there. Elijah was a strong voice of reason, as was Rebecca. I honestly did not miss Mystic Falls all that much. This has the potential to flourish as well as compliment Vampire Diaries... perhaps even outshine. I have a love for New Orleans, it is on my bucket list and through The Original's I'd get to live vicariously through them :)
The mystery of Clara has a familiar feeling but I can't place why. Which leads me to believe it is obvious,so obvious that I am missing it.
@whatesTooMuch, I too am wrapped up in Orphan Black.
The show has potential. It takes our history and turns into a very different future. All the different races offer new stories, as well as technical achievement with make up and effects. Some were cheesy, but I had this same complaint with Once Upon A Time when it first started. If the show can keep up pace and story the effects won't be the most important thing anymore.
It is worth looking up the official website because they offer a time line that explains a lot of the exposition that was barely noted in this episode.
"Massimo is an enigma. I knew Tim Rozon from Instant Star was guest starring so I rewatched the "Ceremony" episode, and he was the voice of who Bo recognized as her "father"."
I didn't rewatch the episode but for some reason this thought also crossed me mind.
just want to point out the red head vampire lady name is Blake not Brooke. The only reason i bring this up is because it is my name too :) nice to see another female with the name.
i don't know much about the old episodes. i've tried watching them on netflix but it was hard to get into. So when the Doctor mentioned his granddaughter i was like, oh a nice throw back. This Clara mystery is a large puzzle and it is starting to drive me nuts.
"Why yes i do serve a purpose... let me just think of what it is."
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