I never thought anything would develop between Ivy and that photographer and much as I oppose it, I get where she's coming from. She was really young when she married Raj so a lot of questions are bound to rise eventually. This'll be interesting to see but I hope that in the end, Ivy and Raj stay together.
I loved this article and agree with all the points that you raised. Damon and Elena are great and their chemistry is always so alive no matter what the circumstances are. To me, Elena may love Stefan right now but she's young. She has so much more to discover about life and love. One day, she'll realize that she will always love Stefan but that she is in love with Damon. The way these two have been growing has just been developed in a great way that we really get to see both of them, especially Damon, mature and be ready to be in a relationship with one another.
I'm so happy with the CHAIR scenes. They really carry the show. All in all the episode was rather slow but all of that didn't matter during those minutes between Chuck and Blair. They're meant to be together and they both know it. Blair knows it's easier with Louis but it's Chuck that she really loves. Chair forever!!
Such a good episode. The ending was perfect!! I'm so glad to see Barney and Robin connect like that again and Ii'm looking forward to how it plays out in succeeding episodes.
I think everyone just needs to relax about the VAS. TVFanatic has always been about opinions and not recaps and that's why we all go to this site. Obviously there are still a lot of Violet fans out there but as a reviewer for TVFanatic, Christina has the prerogative to include such things in her reviews because they do contribute to the over-all content of the article. Aside from that, other reviewers for other shows (such as Gossip Girl) have included things similar to the VAS. Also, Violet isn't the only character that has ever been hated on by reviewers for Private Practice. If memory serves me right, there was a reviewer last season that hated on Addison and that animosity was shown in the entirety of her reviews per episode. At least the VAS is just a little portion of the review. The reviews of this season have been fair and even the VAS ratings reflect that.
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This has been such a good season and this episode proved it. I love how they've been playing out Amelia's addiction and Caterina Scorsone is just doing such a great job with it. I was so happy for Addison in this episode because she deserved those moments of happiness. And although I'm not an AddiSam shipper, I agree that Sam earned himself a lot of credit in everything that he said to Addison. But still, the chemistry between Jake and Addison is undeniable. I'm glad we got a back story to Charlotte's addiction because it helps us understand her character more. Although I would've preferred that she were blonde in the flashbacks but I still appreciated them. I especially appreciated that last scene between her and Cooper. It was about time we got a scene like that from these two.
I thought this was a good episode except I hated how it lacked the element of Max. We didn't see Naomi the least bit feeling bad or any form of regret on what happened between her and Max in the last episode. And that's surprising considering she called him the love of her life. I appreciated the relationship between Max and Naomi because I felt like it was a step forward for this character. Now that she's getting together with Austin, I feel like she's moving back again. It's disappointing.
I love Georgina as a character so I'm looking forward to this!
Another really good episode. I'm loving this show more and more. I'm enjoying how each episode surfaces more questions that make you want to find out more. No doubt, Rumpelstiltskin is the most eerie character. There's so much about this character that we're yet to find out and it seems like he's full of ulterior motives.
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