It was indeed a Fairy, and it was Claude - and the only reason I know that is that I happened to catch that in the ending credits, they credited "Fairy Claude" - which though I haven't read the books, is supposed to be one BFD. Alan Ball has said that we'll see a whole lotta fairies this season, which should be a good thing, I think. I too thought it was "odd" that Jess never noticed Sook's smell, but maybe bc/ Sook's only part and Claude is full and old? Not all vamps smell Sookie right away if you notice. It's usually once they're really close. Do you think Nora is really a sanguinista? Would have been odd for her to be rescuing Bill and Eric, no? Eric I understand obviously... but Bill? Could she have just broken under the torture? Just seems odd. I also think I have heard that Jason does turn to a panther finally this season (groan) which I believe was foreshadowed by "Prince Charming". Gives a second reason for delving into the naughty teacher scene (other than to build character history). I liked watching Tara's struggle with the new "her". There are a lot of Tara haters on here but frankly I think most of them have never been that beat down in life - can't blame the girl for being jaded! Wish we weren't seeing the stupid witch stuff back with Lala. yawn.
And yes, Nicole, that was VERY funny :)
I love the idea that you have your own perspective to bring to this. So I don't say this to be mean... but perhaps they can have an editor do a proof before you publish, just for some of the more glaring typos before you publish, not to take away from your voice? Writing isn't your given profession so no one would - or should - expect perfection, but TV Fanatic should at least be ensuring a once-over is given so people can enjoy what you have to say without being distracted from things that take away from it. Not everyone is as meticulous about things like this as I am, but you'd be surprised how many are. Again, I sincerely don't mean this to pick in a mean way - it's the site's responsibility to ensure this. Keep up the great perspectives!
It's Jessica Pearson, not Hardman. Hence why he (Daniel)is the other partner. Otherwise, on to the episode - one of the best openers ever, but I think my single favorite thing about this show is the chemistry between Mike/Harvey; Harvey/Jessica; Harvey/Donna... which, must just mean that Gabriel Macht is incredible and the writers beyond reproach. Seriously... they can do so much with the show because they HAVE to do so little "acting" - which is how you know it is actually really GOOD acting. Phenomenal.
I loved seeing Emily/Amanda before she was "hardened". Amanda lost her cool. Emily wouldn't ever. Amanda was sloppy (footprints in the snow? Seriously??) - Emily would definitely not. She still had her spark, but it was messy - as it should be. It reminds me of when I was all fire and no refinement at that age too - whereas now, I don't "reveal" my fire and that gives me more power. If you lay all your cards out, then your game is up. I can't imagine her angst of not believing, and it killed me to see a sweet little girl's life destroyed. You could see how much Victoria was smitten by David - a man not like everyone else. She is fascinating... and disturbing. This was slower, but what a great layered foundation for the episodes to come. And while the epi was slow, holy hell the previews. Whose skull do you think Amanda/Emily is bashing in?????
Never got why everyone hates on Tara so much. You'd be a little pissy and make some dumb decisions if you had a shit life like that too. Anyhow, shows are boring when all the characters are lovable and perfect. DUH. Bring her back and fang on, baby.
(if I were the troll, and found out this Grimm just handily beheaded 2 reapers, I wouldn't risk lying to him...)
1) it's a misconception that every international packaged is inspected. (this I know as real-life fact) 2) he got the address from the guy who ordered them in the first place. (our speculation) (We wondered the same thing) Interesting observation about Reinard and Nick/shadow, but the biggest exception is R craves power, N has reluctantly embraced it. And in an awesome way, might I add!
Anne - I didn't catch that, but holy cow - good point. Maybe when we saw her, we only saw a REAL reality?
I really, really think this has something more to do with how the disease is transmitted: the cattle being eaten, no bite marks on the two security guards, and the eventual comic reveal. That would sure explain the lack of hope of Dr. Jenner.
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