Most of my opinions have been expressed here elsewhere, but the one thing I HAVE to say is that Regina DOES need some positive reinforcement when she makes a good decision once in a while! Each time she has some huge conscience moment, Henry doesn't so much as even say thank you, never mind hug her or something. She went through SO many of those this season with literally no reward. She is so desperate for love and approval that that would, frankly, be the best way to control her! SMH
I thought they were all jerks walking away from the well. If she sees somewhere she would belong she would soften. But alas, everyone's too busy being judgy. ESPECIALLY Henry. 30 seconds prior he's calling her his MOM and defending her, then he walks away. Little brat.
I never thought of Aiden as falcon but that could be. Hackers can be really young - 12, 13 - and powerful. But Ems was only 8 or so when David Clarke was brought down. Aiden would have to then be a good 7 years older than her to have pulled that off and they seem really close in age. We know Nolan is a good amount older b/c Ems was only about 12 or so in the prison flashback and Nolan was a young adult.
Padma's father - interesting idea. But if so, why would they need Carrion? Especially if the Falcon was capable of defending AGAINST Carrion, I imagine he could write it or better - he would have needed to anticipate what Carrion did and how to prevent against it.
Each person I think of comes up with a 'no' on the age timeline. Grr.
I suspect that his torture will happen to her and not Michonne now, and then she in turn will kill him (varying from the comics) unless Michonne has it also happen to her and they both do it.
How impatient we all are. I for one love the suspense.
What a whiny review and bunch of fake fans!
I swear it seems like the de rigeur way to be "cool" is to find fault with everything.
We loved this episode. In fact, we were sharing a glass of wine and had to keep passing it back & forth because we were afraid to jump and spill it. My only real gripe was that I didn't understand why Andrea didn't steal his truck.
How did he figure out she was in the building? He was looking for her and heard her. Did you think he'd just stand there in the field scratching his balls until she said "here I am!"? SMH
To the other comment that said "as if they were heading the same place." Um, they WERE. He found her because he was following paths he suspected she would take en route to the PRISON. It's not like it was a mystery where she was headed.
I agree with Sid. It just got a WHOLE LOT MORE interesting.
Edward's character annoyed the heck out of me in the beginning but I now find him riveting. Love that the other pharmaceutical guy acknowledged Edward's smarts :).
Worth mentioning: Julian basically alluded to being in to falling in love. He was quoting from Robert's poem. It wasn't about sex.
I too think Rayna is going to sign Juliette. It's not uncommon for different styles of music to be on different labels. Allows her to market it completely differently. And even though Juliette would never admit it... she would thrive on the recognition from Rayna.
This was definitely one of the best episodes yet. I think Terry is a good guy in general but he had a lot of dishonesty too, which would make her pretty justified to check out.
I didn't think of Haverstock. I like it.
I knew there was something about the lighter but didn't know what it was.
Yes, Ben was DEFINITELY put out in front of that bus, and I heard electricity too but didn't know from what.
Another point: why was the pharma consultant vomiting? Either distress from horrible knowledge, chemo herself, pregnancy, ??? Why show it if not important.
I felt for Mia today.
I was concerned with Kyle too. He was probably initially supposed to get close to her as a Bower. Someone said way back that if people knew Mia was Vivian's daughter she'd be in danger. I had a bad feeling when he realized who she was and picked her up... hope I'm wrong.
Joanna and Will? Meh.
Because I feel the pain of those who are wondering what to do, my other Tuesday night must-have is Parenthood. Worth catching up on old seasons so you have the careful investment in characters it brings. Amazing show. I tend to cry a lot on Tuesdays between the two LOL.
That being said, I was hit hard this time too - just didn't realize it was already on the penultimate episode. I guess I knew it but I didn't KNOW it. It just felt like there was so much more to tell. I would love to see more of Charcoop and Amelia somehow, somewhere. Sheldon too but I can live without it.
Great show, sorry to be losing it.
The whole point of kidnapping Archie was so that he could reveal what Rump's weakness was. Bae, Belle. He can't exactly do that dead.
My heart broke for her at the christening. I do think Takeda organized her & Aiden's meeting but I don't think it is Initiative-driven... but what a twist that would be.
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