As I read some of these responses I'm reminded that we are talking about a scripted show. Imagine these events playing out in real life. Would our views be different? Is Carter guilty w/o any real proof? Is Gwen a horrible person and not entitled to redemption? Is Russ a loser and not worthy of any forgiveness? How would you react if this was a story out of Small Town, USA?
And that is what this show brings to TV - it is a slice of real life, real Reality TV unlike this bs bachelor-type garbage which is purported to be reality but couldn't be further....I remember feeling distinctly uncomfortable after watching the first few episodes and really couldn't decide whether I would continue. Now, I really can't wait till Thrs. I think it was supposed to only be an 11 episode deal but I sincerely hope they continue this show.
" (I don't understand why he showed up at her door asking about the lost time though, unless he just wanted some of that Olivia Pope action, in which case, why not just say so.)" Miranda, I think that was just a ploy set up by Rowan, because he knows Olivia is smart. She may have connected the dots and wondered how he could actually forget everything, so Rowan must have told him to go back and let her know that he remembered things and that he wanted her to clear some things up. They also want to know if she suspected anything. So I think that is why he returned.
There's more Amazon ads on this site than articles about shows. If Amazon wants to get serious, then start streaming 1080p to iPads, and activating AirPlay, or how about an Amazon app on Apple TV? Then, I'll consider giving Bezos his $99 blood money. Better yet, if Apple's streaming service were $99 per year inclusive, I'd give them my $99!
I hope that now that Peter realizes Emma was a plant made to look like his daughter, he will keep his hands, lips and any other parts of himself, to himself. lol. He doesn't need to get romantically involved with Emma. I do think that the wife's actions seem kind of creepy, and especially how we don't see her but only hear her. Something is fishy with her. I thought she was sad about her child's death and all that caused the separation, but it seems there's more to it, and that she knows her husband is sleeping with Lynn.
I have to say at the moment I'm rooting for Anne- we seem to finally been introduced to what could possibly be a 'good' witch? After her speech with Cotton, I can at least be a little optimistic that he'll accept her for who she is
I loved the simultaneous "one-sided" conversation between Jo and Stephanie in the hall on the gurney!
I am really loving this Don, but I fear something terrible is going to happen to him by the end of the series -- I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop.Totally agree with you about Don's advice to Sally -- I wish someone had said that to me when I was her age. It was a really great episode and I wasn't even bothered by Glen making an appearance (never been a fan of his).
Acting was great Selena and Rumple in the hospital was an Emmy worth acting achievment. But storyline fails. There are things that happened in previous episodes with Marian. Se almost died, why would Selena let herself almost die? People Marian knows and Selena cant possibly know, she suddenly knows them when she becomes Marian? Things she said to Robin in the past she remembers but in this episode she cant remember the most important thing she said to Robin in the past? ... and the list goes on and on. Great acting but huge fail. They wrote theirselfs in a mess and found an ever messier way to get out of it. FAIL
Carissa, before I read your whole blog, I have to comment on Debbie, and I've been waiting since Thursday for your post! When the first Joshua was killed, they killed him because he had "touched the natural soil" or the world per se. So he was "unclean". Why then are they still so interested in the second Joshua, and how is it they don't want to kill him. Isn't he soiled as well, having been out and about so long, and he also knows all that seems to be going on. He also didn't seem to care initially about Debbie, so I am confused about that part. I only read your first paragraph so if you already touched on this, then please forgive me. lol
Thank you Carissa. :) On another matter, I could have sworn we did actually see Emma's body in the morgue, but maybe we just saw pictures? I find that hoax a bit far fetched though, even if we didn't actually see the body. I mean, wouldn't somebody have to verify that that person was actually dead? And yes. It is really still debatable with Joshua #2. I can't figure him out as yet. He seemed to me like an evil kid when he sort of threw Debbie under the bus, so to speak, yet he actually follows her and does what she says. Then he goes meekly off with Billingham.
Josh just needed to get to his 13th birthday and have the ceremony before he could touch soil. He blew it by one day. That's why #1 was killed. Joshua #2 made it all the way to his 13th birthday and now is allowed to see the world. Well, he would be if he wasn't kidnapped. Does he care about Debbie now? He's still a weird kid. Debatable. And never ask forgiveness for making comments!! :-)
The BIG question is who attacked Victoria in the garage. While it did appear to be a female it was not Emily/Amanada...based on all the facts from the episode. that was not her "M-O". Could Victoria have hired someone to attack her as part of the setup to frame Emily? Could Louise have hired someone to do it, for some crazy reason?After the attack Victoria acted like she had a concussion...she was not all there. Was that all an act or was it real? Louise also seemed even more crazy even though she was no longer drugged... what was that all about? Random thoughts...Ben struck me as a stalker... he always seemed to show up at unexpected times.Creepy.And I don't want Jack to be Em's true love. No chemistry.Louise's flip flop of alliances seems unbelievable. I hope the writers have a better explanation than Nolan 'lying' to her. I really liked her character until recently.Until they ID the body I won't believe Victoria is dead. If it is true then almost the entire family is now dead... wow.Final hope - this is the last season and the writers treat it properly with closure in the finale.
I think it was Margeaux who attacked Victoria in the garage. She really wanted Victoria to use the flash drive and Victoria was reluctant. She wanted to force her hand. Notice how she acted all amazed when Louise told her what happened?
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