@Jackie - I want to clarify that I said "I'll probably mute those parts or something â€˜cause I've had enough of it!" because that's honestly what I feel about Addison and Sam but it does not reflect my opinion on Sam's arc with his sister. I have full respect for that story arc and the scenes I would've "muted" would've been those of Addison and Sam being in a relationship again and not of those of them being there for each other. There's a difference. And as for those talking about how bias the review was for this episode, these reviews are based on the opinions of the writers so you expect their likings in them. Obviously there will be readers that agree and those that disagree and that's understandable. But I think it is unfair to call out the reviewer as a bad one simply because she is expressing her opinion. Let's all try to respect what everyone has to say.
I haven't watched DH in a long time but I felt inclined to watch this episode. When I watched this show, I always liked Mike's character and this was a very difficult episode to watch. It was done very well and the tribute that was given gave justice to the character. Well done! And Teri Hatcher was just amazing.
Wow. They weren't kidding when they hinted that this would be an emotional episode. Heartbreaking emotions were just all over the place! I have to give it once again to Charlotte, Cooper, Erica, and Mason. Their arc is ending in such a strong and powerful way. Seeing Mason say goodbye to Erica was so hard and I couldn't even control myself anymore when he ran to Charlotte. And Cooper was great too. I get that he didn't have much material since Paul directed the episode but this whole thing was just done so well. Sam and Corrine's storyline was really gripping too. I think what was so great about this episode is how it more or less concluded two very emotional arcs for the characters. I'm still not so sold on Amelia's pregnancy. It just doesn't seem to really fit. And I am definitely on board with Jake and Addison! I liked that we got to see more on Jake this week.
I really hope that the original cast will return for the next season. But, I have faith in Shonda Rhimes that Grey's will continue to be great even without them.
Great episode to have before the season finale. I won't get into all the details of the episode since it seems like there are enough discussions of that currently going on. But I'll just say it was a really great combination of suspense, love, friendship, and family. It was just an over-all great episode that has viewers even more excited for the finale next week.
That was a great episode! Lately I have been questioning the short stories / back stories that they give to the fairy tale characters but I appreciated this one. Ruby's been a pretty prominent part of Storybrooke from the beginning and it was about time they shed light on her back story as Red. And my, was that a back story or what! To me, it was just done so well. The chemistry between her and Snow was evident from the beginning and Red's innocence was really shown. From the moment she was sneaking in a kiss from Peter to realizing that she was the wolf, it was great. And I liked this back story even more because it actually contributed to the story going on in Storybrooke. I felt bad for David as he questioned his actions and what he could've done without his own knowledge. But that twist on Mary Margaret's fingerprints was like finding out Red was the wolf. I wouldn't be surprised if Regina was framing her but how she finds her way out of this will be interesting.
Aww. It'll be sad to see Dixon out of the picture for the final episodes but it's good that it wouldn't take much to write him out since touring is a reasonable excuse to give. I hope Tristan the best though! I hope it's nothing too serious.
Grumpy's back story was definitely cute but I don't really know how that connects to the over-all plot. What I've noticed with this series is that it gives a lot of back stories of different fairy tale characters but nothing's really being developed in the real world or the actual plot. Or at the very least, the development is incredibly slow. It's fun watching these back stories but I think we need a little more plot development. And am I the only one wondering where Henry is?
Great episode! Nick and Jess' chemistry was definitely there and I'd love to see how they play out the rest of that. But over-all, it was just a really great episode showing how much these people mean to one another.
@Jarrod Mitchell Teddy's coming back? I think I missed seeing that spoiler cause I had no idea! I'm definitely looking forward to that :) And I have to ask as well: Who could be getting married??
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