An absolutely amazing episode! It was told really well and the chemistry between Fitz and Olivia was just flawless. It's like you could feel the increasing amount of intensity between them every time they got closer to each other. And their one minute scene on the couch? I could rewatch that over and over again and still feel the love that the two obviously share. It was a really great way to show what these two people really mean for each other. I thought the season was going to be about Olivia defending Amanda against the President but after seeing the promo for the finale, it just shows how all of this ties up to Olivia protecting the man she loves. Absolutely flawless episode!
Glad to hear Once, Grey's, and Modern Family are renewed! Really, really hoping Private Practice is also renewed!!
Really great news! I think ten seasons for Grey's will be great and it's a huge relief to know that the characters we've loved all this time will continue to be a part of the show.
Really fun episode and I'm just waiting for Naomi and Max to get together. Max is really the love of Naomi's life and now that know the show will be returning for another season, I think they should definitely end this one with Max and Naomi together.
I think Shonda Rhimes made it clear that nothing would happen to Henry. From what she's previewed or mentioned about the finale, it has a lot to do with showing that the women of the show - Amelia, Addison, Charlotte, and Violet - realize how far they've come in the pasty year. And what Amelia's going through really resonates to Addison and Charlotte who have become mothers in the season. It looks like a great finale and I'm really hoping the show doesn't end here.
Oh man. This is terrible for PP! I'm just desperately hoping that ABC will at least give it a shortened final season to give all the characters proper closure :(
I think this episode more or less proved two things: Addison/Sam and Violet/Pete don't work. Both Addison and Violet know exactly what they want from the men in their lives but neither can deliver. I thought Addison and Jake's kiss at the end was great and it really doesn't make sense for Addison and Sam anymore. On the other hand, Cooper was right in saying that Violet and Pete just aren't a good couple. The whole season has practically shown them trying to make their relationship work but it's obviously not working. Violet said they've been tested and survived but I can't even remember something these two survived together. If memory serves me right, Violet just runs away.
I get where Pete came from since this is a dilemma that they've faced before. But in this case, the father was very clear and Charlotte didn't have a choice. She can't be blamed for doing her job and it'll be interesting to see the repercussions of his decision.
I think that Emma kissing Henry on the forehead is pretty much "true love's kiss" in this situation and it'll wake Henry up. That should warrant Emma to believe in the curse more then she'll eventually go to August's room only to see that he's almost all wood already. I doubt that some sort of huge battle is going to go down though because there might not be enough time in the episode for that. It could end with Emma accepting that she's the one that can break the curse. We'll see! It'll be an interesting enough finale with all that going on but I read that the Huntsman, Belle, Malificent, and Jefferson will all be in it so that definitely adds more to the episode. Especially the Belle part.
I've got a feeling that there could actually be four players in this whole thing: Olivia, Fitz(+Cyrus), First Lady, and the VP. Amanda getting abducted and then murdered is the work of the First Lady. She herself said that everyone in the White House would go to the extremes for the Pres. And she has clearly expressed how she wants to stay in the White House therefore wanting to get Amanda out of the picture. I mean, she's aware of Fitz' affair with Olivia so why wouldn't she know about Amanda? And the VP is probably the one blackmailing him to resign. I'm just glad that even Cyrus knows that Olivia isn't behind that. I also loved how the President went to Olivia at the end of the episode and of course, great job with the Huck history. Over-all, a great episode!
I'm pretty shocked 90210 was given an early renewal. The show' storylines are getting pretty useless or for a lack of a better word - stupid. Storylines are either recycled, too far fetched, or just plain odd. As for Gossip Girl, they should either end it already or give it a shortened season. If it goes on any longer, it'll die a sad death.
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