@jamesoshea91: Why would you read a review before watching the episode? You only have yourself to blame.
Why didn't Evil Lisa need to wait for her breeding skin to develop?
When did Erica tell Tyler everything about the Vs? From what I remember, she said "I haven't told you everything about the Vs" and then he hung up on her. And that was it.
I don't like the FBI guys turning out to be Project Ares members. It could have worked, but I don't think it makes sense given their behaviour in the past. Felt rushed in. And even if it does, wow what a waste that Erica was hiding her work from them all this time!
Ryan's death was anti-climactic in the extreme.
How on earth does one of those lizards fit into the human-sized skin suit?!
And why is Anna going on about using emotion to manipulate humans when she's being doing that anyway from the very start?
The Fifth Column was so dumb to rely on Lisa to kill her mother. Duh. And to leave a mirror right in front of her chair. Duh.
Why was Erica not affected by the global bliss? Do you get to ignore the film if you miss the opening credits sequence?
Everything else was great:
* Fast-moving story;
* Laura Vandervoort sex, yay;
* Lots of shake-ups;
* No more Tyler, yay;
* Now that's how you kill your mother;
* Jack was the only member of the team to stay true to his principles throughout, and now he's lost them to blissness... aww.
Guys, the "Air" symbol *is* the crest of the house of El. Stylised, it looks a bit like an Earth Roman "S". This is of course a retcon to allow the "S" -- decades ago simply the first letter of "Superman" -- to symbolise Clark's heritage a little better.
"We convinced Doctor Lamelle to tell us that Mercer took him to Smallville. He's with Clark Kent."
Emil Hamilton should be fine.
We don't know at all that Marcus has stronger ties to Diana than to Anna. All we know is that -- bloody ages ago -- Marcus had strong ties to Diana. How does Diana know that working for Anna for all this time hasn't changed his mind?
This episode was fantastic. Though I'm a devoted Grey's fan, over the last few seasons I have -- like many others -- begun to tire of the focus on childish drama and throwaway medicine. For me, "Golden Hour" felt like a return to Grey's of old, showing us proper medicine and our favourite characters doing their proper day-to-day jobs, without sacrificing those heartfelt or funny moments that were scattered around to spruce things up. Not to mention... oh my god, that OR scene. Ace job, people!
Great stuff. But why do TV couples seem to always get married after knowing each other for no more than a few months even? This feels like quite a forced setup for Grace finding out that Greg killed Todd, and having to make a tough decision on what to do about it.
@Andrea and Addie92: One Tree Hill likely *doesn't* have another season.
No official word from the network yet, but the cast and media are assuming that after the back eleven of Season Eight have aired early next year, that'll be it (aside from -- *maybe* -- a wrap-up two-hour made-for-TV movie).
Dan spent a fair amount of time in prison, hanging out with people who definitely are experts on murdering .. though one might say not so much at covering it up as, well, they got caught.
And I think you mean mneumonic, not acronym. I struggle to believe that Nathan doesn't know what an acronym is, but in the silly world of OTH he's possibly just dappy enough never to have used a mneumonic.
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