Even though it was a doomed relationship because of all the lies he had to tell her, Tony met both of Jeanne's parents, both La Grenouille ad her mother
I honestly believe the trickster is the Wanderer. I do not trust him. Although the Seer mentioned the harvest and blood thing, and after watching the previews, I think that will involve Lagertha, the new villagers, and the angry Englishmen. The preview showed the Vikings beginning the harvest with a pagan ritual and an Englishman was telling Ecbert that it must be stopped because it's sacrilege. To top it off, during the Christian prayer session, the new settlers refused to take part in the blessing. I have a feeling the natives are not happy about the settlers. They may even attack behind Ecbert's back and cause a rift between Lagertha and Ecbert. As for Ecbert's interest in Lagertha, I think it might be genuine. Lagertha is beautiful, intelligent, strong, and humble. What is there to not be interested in? I think Lagertha is interested too and they may even hook up, but she's hesitant. Lagertha isn't yet sure if she can really trust Ecbert, I think. Miss Queenie is psycho and they all know it. I've known she was batshit crazy since her appearance. I think Ragnar is in observation mode, trying to figure out Ecbert's motive. Although he may be in denial too since this whole thing is his dream. I do feel bad about everything her uncle did to her though. Part of me wondered if it was a lie...until she started stabbing the crap out of his decapitated head. There's no way any of them can possibly think she's stable enough to rule any kingdom. Athelstan's crucifixion wounds bleeding stunned me. I wonder if it has something to do with the Wanderer's appearance or maybe his sinful desire for a married woman. Harbard (the Wanderer) is supposed to be one of the many names of Odin. So could he be Odin in the flesh? Or just some creepy guy named after him? The visions struck me as interesting. His wounded hand made me think of Athelstan's wounds. I wonder if his one hand bleeding and the other holding burning snow represents future conflict between the culture of Vikings and Christians. Or maybe I'm reading into it too much. xD I agree that Thorunn will die. There's no way life can be this easy for poor Bjorn. It will be heartbreaking. Though her comment about Bjorn being so protective of her was because she was a girl was ignorant. Like he'd be worried because of that and not..oh, I don't know..the fact that she might be CARRYING HIS CHILD? And that he loves her, of course. But I couldn't see why it's because she's a girl since his mother is LAGERTHA, Queen of all Badass Women. He knows first hand that women can be incredibly strong and adept at fighting. And wow this is a long post.
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Kol back that is all that i want.
you and me both.. actually Daniel sharman as Kol.
I am trying not to over-analyze (it WILL give you a headache). There appear to be a number of causality loops and I hope they unravel them for us somewhere down the road or up the road. But it was a really fun episode and Cole has actually become less "splintered" if that makes any sense.
I know what'cha mean, it's hard not to analyze this show though. Most of the events made sense to me, it was just Cole blowing up at the end that's confusing I think. I'm sure the next episode will clear things up.
The causality loops are probably one of those things best left unexplained. Trying to explain them will likely result in more "loop" holes that will cause the story to suffer. You're best left to taking some Tylenol prior to the episode and enjoying what is being presented. It's fun, and not that difficult when the story is told so well.
I think you meant to say; who killed rebecca, not lila
was just about to mention that .
Thank you. I was totally flummoxed by the article.
I still have high hopes for Cole and Paige.
Didn't the Arrow writing team move over to the Flash this season?
I'm really just looking forward to Captain Swan, Rumbelle, and possible OutlawQueen. Robin Hood better come back, and Emma better not be too evil!!
Query: Is the death of Leonard Nimoy going to be addressed in the show? I find myself envisioning Sheldon's reaction.
I enjoyed the episode very much. The show has such a great range of splapstick craziness and quiet moments. My favorite bits always are the ones where the characters drop all their schtick completely and talk and look straight at/with each other. For that reason the scenes with Sheldon and Penny made this episode for me. I noticed something changing in my perception of Sheldon this week, don't know if it was him or me or my imagination, but I began to see him as a grown man instead of a young adult (and the actor exploring this); still Sheldon but starting to cope with who he is from an adult perspective.
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