Emma and Elsa do have a lot in common. They're...both girls! They're both blonde! Friendship! Please, please don't let Henry be working with Rumplestiltskin. That abuser needs to be far, far away from children.
If the murder suicideTimer is false then. That's Mallory's husband with the gun or Niel daydreaming.
You don't actually mention what shows the characters are in. This is poor and about as informative as a gum wrapper.\
I thought it was pretty good. Maybe I'm just so anxious for new programs that I will like anything. Time will tell.
Hahaha I completely agree with your thinking! I know last season it seemed like every network seemed to just miss the mark and the news shows went away quickly. I have some hope for this series, with a strong female lead and the mixture of comedy/drama, I can see it lasting.
It was so good and really a feel good story. I do have to admit that I called the dad thing when I first saw him. I can't wait to see more of this show. Its not a depressing show but a hopeful and light show. Good job guys.
Prince Oberyn died because he was showboating. He could kill the mountain without difficulty. But no! He must show the viewers that he is even a bigger jerk than the mountain himself.
It didn't make any sense that Campbell let Cullen have 15 minutes to reason with Elam, he doesn't like cullen so why would he agree to that. And the crying part at the end was ridiculous tv over acting. Elam had been gone for like a year, Cullen would've had plenty of time to face the fact Elam was dead. That moaning felt totally fake and "actory". It would've been more effective to silently pan out with Cullen sitting over the grave.
I love the diverse cast. I hope the ratings are kind
Sorry, but I completely disagree. While moments were indeed funny here and there, especially the scenes with Nick and Scmidt, it's simply not possible to basically make it so that a whole season practically didn't happen. This isn't Dallas where fans are so invested and loyal for YEARS that they'll forgive you for an entire season that was a made a dream. N&J were the main reason for why the show had such high ratings. Having them date other people and wave away what was supposed to be their love so nonchalantly is out of character and just bad writing. I don't care what the critics say, the major drop in ratings will prove the fans right.
Every interview and comment that has come from the show indicates the opposite. They have declared that the show will focus on returning to a season 1 & early season 2 writing mindset, therefore hoping to turn back the clock and ignore the storylines they focused so heavily on in the mid to end of season 2 and all of season 3. The only, ONLY way they return to their romantic N&J storyline is when they will undoubtedly look to their falling ratings and then change their direction with the episodes that they have YET to write and shoot. If the ratings continue to be as they are (dismal) and they continue to keep away those fans and viewers who found their allegiance to the show after season 2's "Cooler", then the show just might see their last season come much sooner than ever planned.
Definitely understand where you are coming from and would have to agree with you on the fact that the writers are basically ignoring that the relationship happened. I really think as the season progresses, we may get some true resolution to the relationship between Nick and Jess instead of them waving it off as though it didn't happen.
Carissa, this show was a complete turkey! Are you affiliated with CBS/Viacom or the show in any way? No way this is three stars.
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