I, at the time, didn't know what Evan Lee Hartley was trying to do to his eye. Thank you, Christine, for clearing that up. And he learned how thru Jackson's father. I have to ask: what would an optometrist be doing with a DNA mixing machine? Like you said; we have to suspend belief once and awhile in this show and just go with the flow.I like this show and glad it got renewed, but you're right: they need to watch Robert Oz's tapes! They probably hold some kind of clue...guys, get a clue!
I may have misspoke. It's chances for renewal are 'very likely' according to this link: http://www.tvwatchus.com/renca... Though they missed the mark with Under the Dome. HA!
Did it get renewed? I'm obviously hoping that's the case but I didn't see anything official on it. Where did you see it?
No doubt about Under the Dome! Thank you for responding.
Haven't heard any renewal news just yet. We'll see! Everything I've read is 50/50 on it. I'll be interested to see how they end this season, and if they leave it open for a second.
I did a little research on electroporation, and it turns out it can be used in ocular drug delivery at a cellular level, so it's very plausible that an optometrist would have one. I maybe needed just a LITTLE more explanation on that in the episode. And seriously! Watch the tapes Zoo Crew!!!
It's actually a thing? I am impressed that you figured that out. You should be writing this show!
Haha! Nothing a little Google search wouldn't help with! :) Thanks!
I want The Tomorrow People back! I haven't heard of this show until I watched it on Netflix :( I want more !
So,I was right.Piper WAS the killer. And Audrey being involved was a good twist but not that surprising. I guess in Season 2 we'll get to know more about Piper & Audrey's connection. Is she Piper's sister and did she just kill her to end all speculation for good? Who knows? I'm so glad this show got renewed and i'm ecstatic Brooke & Kieran survived. The main protagonist's blond BFF & her pretty BF-Come on,what were the chances?Practically zero.I'm glad they didn't go the predictable route on this aspect.
A little shrapnel and suddenly it's Oh Rachel let's be buddies. Funny how that works.
I have always enjoyed this as a show about smart people who are good at their jobs. There goes that theory. What a productive use of time and resources. I guess they are the American military after all.
- Aubrey not dying when Piper attacked her was fucking stupid. Clearly they weren't in cahoots and I absolutely fail to see how Piper didn't off her. Her arm got fucking cut! Piper aimed for her arm? What the fuck? - Brooke not dying was stupid. I like her but that was a perfect chance to let go of a likable character. The stabbing in the fridge was REALLY well set-up, but they wasted it because Piper was too lazy to actualy kil her. - Piper's reveal was lame. It was just her motives and crap but it tried to be way smarter than it actually was. Hashtag mind blown? If you thought this was only a little predictable... I was hoping it would a red herring because of how obvious it was but nope. - Piper is probably the worst killer of the franchise. She let Brooke free, three times. She wanted to kill Emma's friends to watch her suffer, but only actually killed Nina who was a bitch and manipulated her, Tyler who was barely talked about, leaving only Riley and Will. "Yeah all my friends are dying that's why there were like six survivors hurr hurr" - Speaking of which, the reveal didn't mention the fake set up deaths of hers, and the voice changer she used throughout the show. The reveal pales way too much in comparison to the movies. - Branson went away scot free for being a predator twice. The feds at Lakewood are shit at their jobs. - "I'm gonna go find a first aid kit in a house I no nothing about, alone where I may be presumably attacked by the killer." Maybe Kieran was actually smart in knowing that Ghostface wannabe was a complete dumbass. - Does Brooke not know how to open a garage door? I know I praised the set up before but it bothered me that she didn't at least try and escape. I mean she must know her own house, and the workshop seemed like a dead end to me. - Emma, I know you think they always come back, and I know you think you are being smart, but you were actually damn surprised about Piper returning. You were above her with a gun while she was climbing a board -- you aren't being self referential in a good way at all. - Jake's apology to Brooke was a testament to his pointless existence as a character. - Audrey being an antagonist seems super forced. - Someone clear this up for me. Audrey attacks Piper & Will, kidnaps Will, does not kill Piper because fuck me who knows. Audrey can't be at the bowling alley, because continuity. Piper knows where Audrey took Will and sets up a game, even though...aw never mind. - "Is this Piper's handprint?" Bitch, it was a party, why would you default to Piper when it could have literally been anyone..? - So...Piper let Branson from the prison free? I'm not sure, but I'm pretty sure that doesn't check out. - Visiting Brandon James' mother seems awfully pointless now. Actually they could have cut out 50% of the exposition, and 85% of the teen drama to actually give us a horror show. Not a teen romance drama with horror undertones. - The chase scenes & deaths in the show seemed mostly shabby compared to...any horror movie really. Scream in particular. Compare Cici's death in Scream 2 to any of the deaths in this movie. I personally found this show very stupid and was only watching for the Scream name. I know now to avoid Season 2 though...
Sigh... I want to add more but you hit it ALL. :: Claps :: But I guess all I got to say is that anyone surprised by the Piper reveal seriously wasn't paying attention. Just from a writing perspective Piper had no purpose within the plot whatsoever except to be the killer. Which is to say, her role was otherwise superfluous compared to the rest of the cast (which says alot).
I agree that the show was dumb and badly written, but it seemed pretty clear that Audrey and Piper were working together, otherwise what was the point of showing all the letters that Audrey and Piper had sent to each other (WTF with that by the way, these two people can hack anything and everything but then write to each other like its 1800?).
I guess, but it just creates too many stupid plot incidents that don't really make sense. I didn't really pay attention and assumed Aubrey tried to intercept Piper's plans or something (which was my fault) because: A) What was the point of their confrontation? "What are you waiting for?" It seemed so...pointless. It doesn't even work as a trap or anything. What did injuring Aubrey actually do? Heighten Emma's sense of wanting to end the killer? Her going to the house already confirmed she would have done whatever the killer wanted her to do anyways. If Piper wanted to kill Aubrey at that point she should have just done it, not aim for her arm like she's a fucking cyclops with zero depth perception. B) Piper's attack. I guess that was smart in a way that created an alibi for Piper, but it didn't work because it was predictable as hell and I just feel like it doesn't check out with the continuity. Whatever, I guess. C) Her motives make no sense. She saved Emma because she doesn't want to hurt Emma but she basically let Piper do whatever she wanted to her up until this point. Hell Emma got attacked in the bowling alley. What if that dumb girl tripped over over her untied shoelaces and she got brutally stabbed to death? I guess they'll explain that in Season 2, but I doubt the writing is smart enough to even address this. I just think that Aubrey being an accomplice was too forced. Too much of a way make us all go, "wow, mind blown," but if you think about it I still don't think it makes much sense other than to say, "haha! Plot twist!" Maybe that's just me. EDIT: Also, as a side note, did Emma's mom really say "he can't find about his daddy's death on the news?" Because, uhm, I'm pretty sure he would have found out by the cops, orrr his dad never coming home, but not by watching his local Fox channel and seeing his daddy's guts spilled on the floor. (Though I have to admit, that was a pretty cool death scene.)
I didn't know who the target was but I knew it wasn't Jane because so much time was focused on her being protected and everyone believing she was the target. I thought it could be Angela just because of the feeling that I got when we saw her. But the moment Maura got a call I knew she was the real target. I still thought Angela could also be a target like the bad guy decided to take Jane's mother and best friend, the two most important people in her life. But I also expected that we'd find Angela just fine at the house. Going in I knew we probably wouldn't get this whole thing wrapped up but I was hoping because I really hate waiting for answers. They left us on such a cliffhanger. My only question is, is it winter yet?
Fantastic. Great movie series. Great slow moody pace.
I think it's time for Jane to begin dating again. I wouldn't mind her dating the bodyguard. He cooks, too!
I am sure that is the plan. They seem too good together.
Boris wasn't intimidated by Jane and she actually listened to him for the most part. She deserves a good guy.
No loss. How come NBC couldn't do this with The Mysteries of Laura and put the money into Law & order SVU? Danny Pino would still be on the show.
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