Being a big old softie at heart, I'm looking forward to Ziva and Tony making out in that stuck elevator. Right after they get over the shock of the explosion and "what are we going to do...blab blah blah". :)
P.S. Leigh: you wrote an excellent review!!
I'm a full grown man, and I was in tears when Jay and Lilly were on stage. I mean we sort of knew it was going to happen but nothing prepares you for that moment. This scene encapsulates all of the reasons I love this show so much. It has heart. Even the contrary personalities have genuine affection for each other. While the hospital scene was funny, that underlying horror was waiting, wasn't it? Through all of the melodrama, you could feel Cam and Mitchell's hearts breaking. Awesome show. Best sitcom ever.
That scene with Jackie waltzing in and rooting around for some ipecac got me thinking: how is it that she has any access at all to the drugs in that room - supervised or not? The second thought: given the intro title sequence for the show every week, how long will she stay on the wagon? Do the writers intend for Kevan to win the court battle, Jackie to get fired and thrown out onto the street? After which she'll finally be able to listen to her nattering demons and give into the urge to use?
Considering that Emma is 33 and Snow is 34: yeah, it's going to be slightly awkward when they realize their relationship.
This is the Grimm I've been waiting to see. Akira was shown as being a deadly assassin all the way through: ominous and unstoppable. But then Nick's failed attempt to hit him with the crossbow dart, allowed him (Nick) to finally burst forth with his amazing physical abilities. Turns out Nick is even more unstoppable - just like (as it turns out) his amazingly agile mother. Yes, I think it was too cheap of the writers to have Juliette pass out just as Monroe was going to give her the big reveal. And it's frustrating to see Renard continue on without any kind of back story or agenda to keep us hooked. That said - I enjoyed this show.
I think Darcy's the mole. Absolutely. Red John's a master of the enigma and this episode had plenty of them. Putting Wainright in the back seat of the limo served only one purpose: to get him killed. Darcy (if she was the mole), knew this and purposely put a couple of slugs through that very window where he was sitting. Her whole participation throughout the series has been to keep tabs on exactly how much Jane had figured out about Red John. That's why she teamed up initially with Wainright. And Red John made sure Jane didn't suspect her, by providing that stalker video of her. It caused Jane to think she was next on Red John's list, such that he ended up finding a way to protect her.
farsia: I think they'll all remember. The curse has been lifted, which means their old memories came back. Not switched out. I think we saw that in the first glances Snow and Charming gave each other. There are a lot of your questions that are meant to remain questions for now. We can guess, but that's it. I doubt the lifting of the curse means they get to go back. But with that purple fog enveloping the town, bringing magic back, they'll have all of their abilities again.
It was a good ending. Nice of them to bring back all of those who had been killed off, too. GREAT ENDING too. Always nice to have a back door - in case someone gets jonesing for a spin-off. : )
The premise looks really promising. And the cast is out of this world too - Giancarlo Esposito is certainly in his element here. I'll be tuning in for sure.
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