I am surprised how Reynolds so easily moved over to the "good" side. Even after he shot Tyler in the middle of the street, killed Gabe from a helicopter, kidnapped Vincent and brainwashed him to clean up his mess when he was making and selling beasts to the highest bidder, then tried to kill Vincent. He loves Catherine so much that he gave her false guidance even at the end. "Keep Vincent away at all costs" which turned out not to be the best advice. Thankfully, Catherine had an epiphany not to listen to her father or to Rebecca.I don't understand why Vincent would lose humanity by killing Gabe. A few episodes ago, he killed Andrew Martin in the penthouse with the complete agreement of Catherine. Not one question about his humanity then.
I don't think Reynolds is "good" yet. I think we're learning more about what he knew about the beasts and that's adding some grey to the black and white. He was an obstacle to VinCat and did it in the wrong way. Now he's a little different. He's realizing not every beast is the same and it's because of love. I can buy that. Agreed with the humanity issue. Let's hope we're done with it because it was beat to death and absolutely ridiculous that when Cat said he could kill, humanity wasn't a problem, but when she was concerned, it was raised again. Inconsistent and hopefully over.
Can't wait. Can't wait. Can't wait. Can't wait!!!!!
I think all series finales stink. Too much hype, and really, if you loved the show and characters, there's a lot of emotion with the series ending. A show that's been on for 6, 7, 8 or more years cannot be summed up in one episode. It's just impossible.
I don't think you've watched enough series' finales if you think they all stink and yet think all series finales try to sum up the show in one episode. Great series finale off the top of my head, Married With Children. The show was never serious, nothing every really changed, so in the finale there's this big build up of the daughter getting married in typical grand finale fashion, then she says screw it, refuses to marry, the family gives a "woah Bundy" and the show ends.
They didn't "start portraying Kieran as a jerk". He was pretty jerky from a beginning.
You think so? I thought he was really sweet. He was there for Brenna when she was being "off" more than once. Then this episode he started doing strange things, like talking about the environment when she said April had cancer. He's not the same guy he was before.
Exactly my thoughts Carissa, he was initially introduced as a sweet and nice guy and not jerky in any way. Remember that awful dinner they had with Sara's boyfriend and how Brenna was acting, but then Kieran set her straight. Yeah it's great they are trying to push Brenna and Greer together but at the expense of Kieran's character? I just think that's wrong.
I wouldn't say Kieran was a jerk but incredibly insensitive when Brenna told him April has cancer. I actually thought his lame diatribe about why he thinks more people are getting cancer fit with what the audience knows about his character.
I didn't think it fit with his character. It was like a completely new (and lame) dude was introduced. He wasn't flighty at all. He even made it a point that just because he was into tattoos didn't mean he was flighty and off kilter. The latest episode proved him to be the exact opposite.
The dinner and what came immediately before and after it were integral in making him a character I really enjoyed. He was grounding Brenna. They obviously decided to go in a different direction with her and now they're sacrificing Kieran.
What do they mean "as Abbie's new love interest" - I think they'll find that Abbie's one and ONLY love interest is ICHABOD CRANE.
they do not need to make the title characters love interests. too much of that on tv. like on castle and bones. Boring.
No, wait! It shows up a few seconds later. Weird!
Rats! The site lost my avatar again!
OK, looks like a new format is going up. Re the Kirklands, of course if any of the list of 7 could be the real RJ it would have to be a Kirkland twin. what else explains the Lennon episode? The shoe needs an RJ who remains mysterious, on whom all the characteristics of RJ can be laid because of his ephemeral nature. He IS the symbol of Death as well as presenting as a real person, so the Kirkland twin with the abusive childhood and all kinds of connections we can easily explain, would fall into place. Yet the show seems determined not to give us that credible wrapup and leave us with the McC. farce. I keep hoping S7 will fix this but probably not.
I think they may try to wrap things up. Obviously the Red John ending didn't work well philosophically for a lot of people, I get it and liked it as well once I figured it out. I think the more visceral ending would have been more exciting. It would have played better to hear Red John explain what he had been up to and why. I really wanted to see and hear him say it. It would have been nice to have had him unveiled like the slithering snake he was portrayed as for six years and then see Patrick Jane choke the crap out of him. I think that would have given a feeling of satisfaction. In some respects, we waited as long as Jane to find out who Red John was. With all the dangling threads it was anticlimactic and unsatisfying. Not to mention that McAllister didn't fit the Red John persona. So I'm hoping that the big reveal comes with the string pulling puppet master. Oh, something else Rationalgal! when Abbott first referred to their boss, Abbott said the word he. When Fischer referred to their boss, she used the word she. COINCIDENCE? MISTAKE? OR DOES THE PLOT THICKEN?
Story is slow, inconsistent; crazy sudden relationship shifting makes no sense, glamour and charm of early seasons are gone - it's like a different show but one without a coherent base. Mcquaid is not a very interesting character for some reason. The fall started with the weird story line in season 4. Either bring back the spirit of the first 3 seasons or cancel it.Yawn.
He was the same guy in Body of Proof with Dana Delaney, and in the same way they had no chemistry either. Spoiler ahead for that show in case you plan to watch it ........... By the time they killed him off in the end, the show was almost done. They brought it back for one more season but they had also replaced some of the other actors and people got fed up and moved on.
This site is getting weird. Christine: are the techies messing with this again just when it was working well? Ani, I would like to add some comments about the Kirkland thing but I'll see if this site stays operational first.
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