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I have the opposite reaction from Hege's. I noticed last week that of the shows which I watched last year, the ones I was the happiest to see again were Scorpion and Criminal Minds. This one was like getting back together with old friends I had not realized that I had been missing. I was particularly pleased tonight to see Tim Kang -- he was my favorite actor on The Mentalist, and I think that you are right. He blew away any need for pigeonholing him in emotionless typecasted parts. He really was terrific. (I never thought Cho was emotionless. You just had to watch him closely to see the slight signs of what he was thinking, behind that mask. Fascinating, in the way Leonard Nimoy's Spock fascinated us when I was a girl.) It was nice to see him again so soon.
Couldn't agree more. Last season did not do it for menu to thought this episode gave me hope for a much more solid Seadon 11.
Yeah, there were some good episodes, but the season overall felt like it was lacking. Eager to see Season 11 really get into high gear.
Now that's what you call an outstanding return! Supernatural, I am so glad I kept on believing in you and supporting you, and more often than not, you repay that with flawless entertainment and gripping story. This season's premiere is, well, a "premier" evidence of good returns.. Oh boy! This is some serious screenplay achievement, I would say. Eleven years in and still coming up with ways to hook the audiences in and inspire them. Okay, so now let's delve into some details. -Darkness. There was a general fear among the fans that it would be another example of "good concept, awful presentation" (looking at you, Leviathans!).. But guys, it's not. It's so not like that. In fact, the gloomy atmosphere, black vein zombies, pitch black smoke and an enigmatic portrayal by that woman.. They were all well executed. My only concern is that last bit where the darkness is implied to be "possessing" the baby. This is because, a) the woman in the smoke was very good and b) it reminded me of Lilith and season 4 finale and I frankly don't think that that child possession can be topped. Here's hoping it's just a temporary "stay" for the darkness as she plans to go on and do better, evil things. -Crowley's storyline was funny and addicting and I enjoyed it thoroughly. And man, that Michael/Lucifer cage reference... I just can't wait!! Yayy! -Castiel's storyline was arguably the least effective in terms of providing satisfying drama and seriously, this "evil angel on for revenge" stuff is antiquated by now. Take notice, writers! -Whoa.. Talking about writers, Supernatural tonight showed how fan feedback can be implemented in the story without it being feeling forced or cheesy. We've all been saying how the brothers don't find a cure or remedy anymore and how they go on simply killing demons and the humans along with them. Well, it was great that Sam argued about it with Dean and I have a feeling we'll be seeing the long awaited return of the exorcisms and victim protection programs throughout the season. -Sam got infected! Well, this would change things for sure. I have a feeling that it's Sam's turn this year to take the central stage after Dean had it for the previous season, and this black vein stuff might hold a key about further information on darkness and her history/nature/plan etc. -Magic Mike reference delivery was spot on! Jensen is an outstanding actor in any situation, no doubt, but when comedy takes the stage, it genuinely feels like he's enjoying his stuff. And that raises the synergy of the show overall. All in all, it was an accurately grim, suitably mysterious and genuinely engaging piece of television and here's hoping Supernatural stays like this always and forever.
Your review says exactly everything I was thinking! One thing I hope they bring back this season is Dean's happy-sarcastic personality. Even if it's just a little. I saw where Jensen and Jared both said that season 11 is supposed to be getting back to the older stuff, just hunting and saving people, which I'm super excited about! So hopefully we'll be able to see Sam and Dean get back a little bit of their happiness and more of their jokes in a bad situation like in the beginning of the show. One thing I was disappointed in was the fact that Sam was talking about 'saving people' and 'hunting things' but never finished it off with 'the family business' haha. Also, I really really hope that they bring God back on the scene. It felt like the whole God story line was a bust before. I think there should have been more there. Hopefully they'll do a little more with that side this season. But at the same time, I hope they don't go overboard with too many storylines going on at one time. That just gets to be a little too much. But over all I really enjoyed this episode and I'm really excited to see what they do with Michael and Lucifer!
i agree with u 100%
Marisol Nichols also play Callen old parnter on NCIS LA doug, I have to say it nice to see the magic back on Criminal Minds
She must have an exclusive "I only work for CBS" contract.
It was a refreshingly good episode ,kinda gave me the feel of old supernatural episodes. The moment when the darkness infected zombies did not hurt Sam i knew he too was infected.The twist that Amara was darkness was a good one.Nice review .Liked the reference to "Jus in Bello" which is one of my favorite episodes. Agree that Cass and Crowley need better storylines than last season.Liked dean's reference to 28 days later situation.It was a promising start.Looking forward to the next episodes and hope this season is spectacular.
"Jus in Bello" is a great ep! Definitely a very promising start, and I'm hoping the season stays strong as we move along.
All throughout the episode I kept saying in my mind I have a feeling Lance is going to bite the dust this season.So im pretty sure that headstone will indeed be his.
A great solid start but god damn did I roll my eyes towards the end when Dean asked Sam how everything was.... couldn't Sam just say something like "damm bro i just got some blood from these darkness goons all up on my face!!" lol.here we go with more keeping secrets and lying to each other crap.If sam starts to wear turtlenecks I'll riot ! And yes please! I hope Lucifer is outta that stupid cage already
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Yeah, I was hoping Sam would say something too. I just hope that's a secret revealed in next episode. And yeah, it would be cool to see Lucifer return!
It wouldn't be complete unless Michael or Adam got out also. Three bros might mix it up.
This wasn't the worst but certainly not the best. An average episode. There were a few things that annoyed me. McGee got annoyed that Tony didn't divulge his relationship woes with him didn't go anywhere. I was expecting a conversation between them where Tim told him that he was hurt because he thought they were close and that would have tied in with the Tony story of not "belonging" anywhere. I don't know if the resolve was cut for time or they never bothered to write it but it left McGee looking like a whining child. Also on the subject of Tony, I felt these writers made him take a step back into the jerk area again. The whole wanting to be related to royalty etc just made him look superficial and annoying and I think he has evolved a bit since then. The scene where he was discussing his family was good and I would have looked a little more from Gibbs than stone cold silence. Just a comment like "you belong here" or something is all that was needed. And lastly, I like Bishop, I think she is fun and lovely, but the writers did her a disservice this episode. As soon as I saw her go to the house and leave her phone on the desk I through to myself "well the Bishop haters are going to have a field day". If she sneezes they come out and complain about how badly she does it, but to make an error like this ... she might as well have had the scissors plunged in her back. In relation to the idea of Jeanne coming back, I like her until the episode where they were rock climbing and she said "If it win you have to tell me you love me" ... this sort of thing makes my skin crawl. If you have to force someone to I love you when they are not ready then you just look needy and weak (IMO). I like the relationship and I liked Tony with her as I think it was the only real love he has experienced (I think he never really found out if he "loved" Ziva because they never managed to have a real relationship as lovers). I hope that when she comes back she has realised that Tony was doing his job and they can either move forward as a couple, or it can be the catalyst for Tony to move forward with someone else in his life be it Zoe or a new lover.
That 4some with my gal gaga was the hottest thing I've seen on tv since all the great nudity in Spartacus!! .
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