I enjoyed this episode. I'm glad it brought back Teddy's struggle with Henry's death and I think the way they've been dealing with this arc has been properly paced. Every time this arc is brought back, you can't help but feel with Teddy. The way Cristina and Owen's story is being done is good too. And of course, who can deny Sandra Oh's talent in episodes such as this one. I liked how Meredith fit into it as well; obviously showing what a good friend she is. Cristina throwing that bowl of cereal at him was also such a perfect way to end the episode. What I also liked about this was that it didn't lack humor. Shout out to Teddy in the grief group and Lexie ranting on about Julia. The Derek and Lexie dynamics were great fun. Over-all, good episode!
Haha! Good one. I felt the Delena part of my heart break a little while reading that. :))
I'm pretty sure it's Faye. Aside from the obvious connection between John Blackwell and Dawn, Eva getting Faye's power might have been the hint that she too has dark magic. The way Eva used her power was pretty dark to me so I think even though there was some elements of voodoo there, Faye's power could be dark as well.
I'm definitely glad that Grey's, Once Upon A Time, and Modern Family are getting renewed! I am desperately hoping for Private Practice to get renewed even if it'll be it's last season. I'm not ready to let go of it just yet.
Happy to see Smash has been renewed and I'm hoping they'll work on creating better storylines aside from good music :)
Those minutes between Ivy and Raj definitely made me cry. I didn't expect I would but I couldn't help myself. It was done so well and the build up to that moment was great. Both Ivy and Raj were so good in that scene that it's probably one of the best the show has ever done. The other parts of the episode we good and I appreciated how they were all under a similar theme. Over-all, a solid episode for 90210.
I had to stop and read again too when I saw "Mona's death" and can only assume she actually means Maya's. But it's pretty clear that Mona probably isn't A or at least she isn't the only A.
I have to agree with this review. I used to love Julia but in the span of a few episodes, they managed to ruin this character. The whole affair has just been done so wrong and unbelievable. I still like the show but I wish they didn't pursue an arc like that this way. I'd rather see more about the broadway world and what these kinds of people really go through. Like they probably could've done more with Karen's dilemma or something, I don't know. They've just put in a lot of time to this affair and it's not like it isn't anything we've seen before. It's been done over and over again and the ones that have been done are so much better. I hope writers and producers of the show improve on how they tackle these kinds of arcs.
I was pretty disappointed. Such a huge reveal and so much anticipation but this episode didn't really live up to all of that. From the moment Mona appeared in this episode, it was pretty obvious that she would be A so all that suspense was sort of for nothing. It's also pretty obvious that she isn't working alone because this episode just left more questions on how all these different people are involved with one another. And still, Ali's killer is left unknown. Of course they couldn't reveal all of these things in one episode but revealing that A has been Mona all along doesn't really account for much. It just shows that she was probably a puppet to another A or to the real A.
I have to agree that Kim Raver looks great in these episodes! I'm glad we'll see Teddy again cause I've missed her. And I'm glad we'll see her further dealing with Henry's death. What I've really liked about this arc is how we don't see it episode after episode so when it does show up, it feels like good to see it again. But I hate that we have to wait another two weeks for the next episode!
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