Looking forward to this! I think they need to have Faye the way she is so that she becomes the antagonist for now. It's important to see someone abusing their power because if no one did, then it wouldn't be very realistic. She'll probably continue to abuse her power only for something drastic to happen that will make her regret it.
Definitely on board with this one! It was a really good premiere.
1. Favorite scene was the end just because it showed Cassie adapting to her powers more and the revelation of her mother's letter was endearing while consequently setting up the framework for an upcoming plot. 2. Either Cassie or Diana. We've seen so many different aspects of Cassie and were given those 41 minutes to see this new world from her point of view that it's hard not to love her. As for Diana, you can just tell that this girl has so much potential as a character. Especially with the fact that her father is the most prominent antagonist. You just know something serious will eventually happen there. 3. The best guess I've got is Charles. He's just too creepy not to suspect. 4. A! I think it was a really good series premiere. They hit all the right notes that audiences, such as myself, will be looking forward to the answers of the questions posed in the premiere. It was steady paced and didn't include too many dramatic moments. I liked how it was really amount discovering the things that will ground the plot for the rest of the show.
This was a so and so episode for me. I liked how there was continuity and answers from the season finale. I think it's rather cliche that Annie and Dixon don't end up going to their planned colleges and are forced to stay in Beverly Hills. I liked the continuity of Naomi's story in the sense that you really see her hurt because of what happened with Max. The way this story was concluded as seen though the bad dream wasn't very good but I like how we continued to see Naomi's reaction of this. We really get to see her as someone human rather than just someone with money. Ivy and Raj were sweet in this one that I look forward to seeing them together for the rest of the season. I like how real their relationship is and it will be interesting to see it tested by something as uncontrollable as sickness. I find them to be very mature as compared to the rest of the characters. Silver and Navid's storyline was rather lackluster cause you didn't really see anything special between them. I think Silver's best scene was when she told Adrianna that she nearly took her own life because of what she did. The addition of Navid's sister to the story was rather painful to watch in the sense that you don't really see anything useful with the addition. It's like bringing in Navid's version of Annie's annoying cousin. The addition of the cowboy didn't amuse me much either. And I'm looking forward to the rest of Teddy's story just because I think that the topic they're tackling is a very good one.
Really liked how this premiere set up how the rest of season 3 will be. :) Forwood forever! And I've always been for Delena but that scene between Stefan and Elena tugged my heart.
They should cast a relatively unknown cast like what ABC Family did with Pretty Little Liars.
I can't imagine Meredith without Derek. Although I agree with her that if Sandra Oh chose to leave, Meredith dealing with that absence will be a good story. I think I'm just relieved that Ellen Pompeo is more than open to continuing the show despite the end of her eight-year contract.
The person she's talking to is most likely the therapist that she started talking to during the season 4 finale. I believe Shonda tweeted something about how a number of episodes still include Addison talking to this person.
So happy with this new!! Now we just need Hilarie Burton to come back.
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