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The Walking Dead Review: Rick v. Shane Showdown
2/27/2012 10:35 AM
I can't help but think (as someone else also mentioned) that there WAS significance - they came to it twice (once with words, one without) that two of the walkers had no bites.
While I don't know what it foreshadowed, I'd be damned if it wasn't something.
I only wish Rick had said to Shane "the only reason you're alive b**** is because I lead like me, not like you" when he had his "accept everything" speech near the end".
I was glad to see Rick leave him behind... but more glad to see him find a way to get him. Rick is best when he's him, and he still, somehow, brings out the best in Shane who, for now, can bring a benefit to the group when he's hinged.
Randall... don't want to see him dead. The group, esp Rick, is best when they stay them. Offing Randall changes things.
Grey's Anatomy Review: Burning Love
2/27/2012 10:21 AM
I don't think Owen is cheating in the "black and white" sex way, but I think he is avoiding home, enjoying attention of someone new, and embarking on an emotional affair, which is far more nuanced and just as damaging to most women - and much more of a complicated storyline to tell on Grey's.
As a super white (think moonbeam, glow-in the dark white) but open-minded gal, I have to google "kitchen" :/ but I thought that entire storyline was sweet on all counts (although I almost spit my water out at "roots").
Cute episode, loved the setups.
I didn't realize the nurse was the Terminator, or I too would have yelled at Christina to "stop stalking the Terminator!" like Jose T said. Funny stuff ;)
Once Upon a Time Review: The Curse of a Coward
2/13/2012 10:03 AM
Remember, any time someone asks anyone in Storybrooke a question about that, such as "how did you meet", or whatever, they can't process it, but it doesn't strike them as odd. Whatever is your normal IS normal, so why WOULD they notice that they don't age if NO ONE ages. It's not that much of a stretch to say that they wouldn't notice Henry b/c it seems to me that part of the curse was making them oblivious to the things that would call out the alternate reality. Think about it: unless someone told you and really CONVINCED you you were in the Matrix, would you really see signs everywhere? Of course not.
Revenge Review: Opening Pandora's Box
2/9/2012 11:22 AM
I went back and watched the first episode, and there is no doubt it's Jack that pulls the trigger, but there is enough avoidance in that clip for it to not be Daniel that gets shot, but last night, it looked more like Daniel.
I think real E/fake A (let's call her curly psycho) did find Jack and came clean - and he is SO angry and scorned that he is comes unhinged. He knows about the hidden spot from when he and real A/fake E (aka wavy less crazy) were little kids. She kept things there as kids – knowing that, he went there to see what else she was hiding. He HAD an invitation (remember the beginning) so he left the note. He was going to expose everyone at the party, Daniel finds him b/c he & wavy lc had a fight on the beach about "the same thing" (which is ?), wavy lc comes back up, Daniel stays on the beach and confronts Jack as he's about to start up towards the party - boom
Of course I WAS totally wrong about what I thought was going to happen in tonight's episode!
Desperate Housewives Death Pool: Who Will Be Killed Off?
1/30/2012 8:07 PM
I think it has been Mrs. McClusky who's been sending the letters not Renee - the letters had the tone from the first time around, and she didn't know about them.
McClusky always knows about everything, and as much as she'd give the girls sh*t about them, she'd also still protect them (think of the tone of the last one).
I think it will SEEM like it will be Renee or Mike that will die - they're certainly foreshadowing that. Which almost certainly means it will be neither of them! Bob & what's-his-name? BEN? Ben makes some sense (yet he's not even listed? That's just plain silly). Duh.
I bet they go after Renee and he saves her. And dies.
Once Upon a Time Review: A Wish Gone Horribly Wrong
1/30/2012 9:01 AM
Chrys, I think you're exactly right about the queen/Regina.
You see it often, in this instance, with Hansel & Gretel - she has a heart and really wants so desperately to be loved and accepted - but the slightest hint of rejection and it's wrath. Or, love can't get in the way of ambition, probably because she's learned not to trust it. Graham in the real world - it really did pain her to kill him.. but not nearly as much as it should have! I've been more pained to miss a shoe sale!
I'm impressed by how layered they've made the character, for those who care to OBSERVE it. Lana Parilla does a fantastic job acting it as well - it's not over-acted and obvious.
Chuck Review: The Secret Ingredient of Caring
1/9/2012 8:57 AM
Broseph, I didn't catch that - good eye!!
It's funny how just *thinking* you are pregnant can make you show symptoms. I wonder if that was the case?
I do hope they end up with little Bartowskis running around. Someone on TV Fanatic's facebook page said they hope it ends with a flash forward where we get to see how they ended up, and I think that would be great :)
I don't think we need to see Casey's story w/Gertrude all tidied up. Just knowing it's out there is enough. I want to see his relationship with Alex continue.
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