I think if you know you might die soon, and you're overcome by emotion in a moment, you do it where you do it lol. Besides, it wasn't "where Ben was killed". He was killed in the hallway, as they know. Daniel was killed in her home. Had they done it there, what would the difference had been?
I almost never "criticize the critic", but I really don't understand why you are the reviewer on this show when you seem to hate it so much? One of the things I like about TVFanatic is that it's generally "fans" of the shows reviewed - we can have honest, tough-love reviews, sure, but one would think you'd actually have some fondness of the show. It's gotten to coming across as whiny and petulant for the past few seasons. You don't like the show anymore... we get it. I like your reviews for other shows, and have nothing personal against you so I hope it is not taken that way, it's just getting to be too much as a "fan" of the show to read. That being said, I loved the finale, cheese, corn and all. I like that nearly everything is wrapped up. I tire of all of the cliffhanger finales - I think it's lazy writing and a disservice to the fans who've stuck with a series. When they don't KNOW it's a finale is one thing, but I think this was well-done. I'd rather have closure with a side of cheese, than a lazy non-ending. It would have been nice if there were 2 hours, but they did the best they could with one hour. I think most of your "UGH why do I care??!!" questions would have been answered if allowed for time. Instead, with one hour, they focused on the core issues. As far as Jamanda/Jemily, of course it was end game. As it should. Amanda is trying to recapture her soul - as she says, her father saved her soul for her - and who better than the one who has known her all along? I LOVED Aiden, but he only knew revengey Ems, not the sensitive girl under. They've made a point of showing the more gentle side of her this entire season - how she has not crossed the line *yet*. Has not been fully consumed *yet* and still has a chance at keepng her soul. The only two people who know all of her are Jack and Nolan, and obv Nolan is bestie. Jack is fully in/aware of her revengey self, and still loves her. It's not like this happened 2 seasons ago when he was in the dark. When you know, you know. Almost every one of my friends, when they met their spouses, they knew (and we're all logging a decade here, so it's not a flash in the pan). So, let's just let go of that part, okay? I did think the Victoria's heart thing was a bit lame, but at the same time, someone dying at about the same time would be the only way she'd surivive, so that does kinda make sense. Not sure if anyone here was a Burn Notice fan, but that's what I thought of with the ending. Someone asked why would Nolan start revenging if he knows it easts you alive. Simple: he's advocating, not revenging. Protecting the innocent. Using his powers to help others, much like he helped Ams but without the personal skin in the game. In my opinion, the PERFECT role for him. Maybe Matt Nix from Burn Notice can create the spin-off ;).
I actually reached out to the webmasters once and they made a requested change based on that. They have to make ad revenue to keep going, but I agree that it's getting ridiculous.
Yes, and the drawing of the Fairy looked *just like* Julie.They panned on it for more than a second the last time, as in "hey, pay attention, this is a clue".I'm sure it's not a coincidence.
We were thinking that potentially too.Recognizing each other is different to me though. I think it's more of a "sense" other than "hey, I know you". But that's just a guess so who knows :)
Except Rowan met Tommy bascially for the first time at the wedding... after his death. The death part could be legit but the kid is definitely Simon's.
Same here. I watched the entire first season of Resurrection just to see how it would go, and couldn't bring myself to care about the second season enough to watch.I'm hooked on the Returned now, especially for reasons like lifeofwylie said.
The more I read, the more I think many of you are right, that she won't be dead. "Victoria" is dead. "Victoria" has been expressing suicidal feelings. (note: expressing feelings, not feeling).Perhaps "Victoria" is dead, but Queen V is sipping cocktails on the beach in the Maldives watching it all burn!
Terrie this review's only been up a few hours. Cut him some slack. :)
I had to die laughing at Father Abraham.It's a rugby song that is admittedly one of my favorites, as it's one only the men's teams sing and they all end up pantsless by the end.
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