I wish Mcgee would get some love seem like this season has been ALL tony all the time.
So, now we've brought up the 'Love Triangle/Gay Guys' reveal, can we explore the S&M question? After all, wasn't the Marquis around about in this very close and approximate time? AND, BTW, doesn't it seem that given all the other somewhat violent elements extrant in this society and era, that we shouldn't also look at the psychological forces at play in another, perhaps even more hidden kind of sexual, sadistic, and perhaps amoral tradition? -Psychology today anyone?
Just keeps getting better and better every week.............. I, too am Anti Anika--especially after what she did to L..............Lucious DOES need to kick her to the curb............ I think I may have to side with Hakeem when he says Lucious is unable to love anybody but himself............... I'm glad they did away with that awful hair they had Terrence wearing in the first episode.........
How did Hailey answer her phone if she left it in Andy's car???
She answered it via her iPad.
I agree with the prediction that Maddie will be a match for Deacon............I don't know why they haven't even thought of that or mentioned it........... No way Rayna will let Jeff try and take over Layla's career. Looks like Teddy is about to be in some real trouble............. Can't figure where they are going with Scarlett and Dr. Hottie.........unless they are trying to change Scarlett as a character.........
"We wonder how much time Yolanda put into picking out the teams for this little race" Yolanda didn't "pick teams." The organizers picked names out of a bag. [Unless Yolanda rigged this in advance.]
You completely didn't even address Olivia and Barba discussing Baby Noah and his father and Olivia not wanting him to find out about Noah.............. As far as this "ripped from the headlines" story......Yes it was Casey Kasem and as far as I know that poor man still has not even been buried................Jean Kasem is a despicable human being...............
I am sorry to say that I don't think this show will be renewed............
The show lacked the integrity of a true detective show. It was an insult to the professional peace officers for Laura to become intimate with the suspect in almost every episode. Too bad for Debra Messing because she is such a good actress who deserved better.
I think the kiss is a interesting and even real path to go but I also think Clarke is also struggling to know how much there are of real feelings and how much is circumstances. Is the attraction deep or is it just there. They've also been together a lot and under a lot of stress so I think the progression was natural. Could Clarke potentially have to use it, maybe. But I think it's more of a lets see how things go and I need time. Also, I think you Bellamy is also there too, so some confusion as to where that relationship falls might also be apart of the hesitation. As for Octavia....I like her working towards being a grounder and I like that she's voicing that opposition but I'll admit I found her a bit annoying too, even though I did agree with some of it. That being said, Indra gave my favorite scene talking to her about it at the end. "That's War." Octavia has a lot of growing to do and I think she's going to learn the hard way in the coming battle about choices and understand a bit more that hard area. She has the potential to be a badass though I also think it will be a little sad to see her eventually take it on fully as she'll be the last to truly loose the innocence of thinking 'right and wrong' in war. Even if I hated the choice Clarke made too. I am curious if Clarke tells Bellamy about it and his reaction if he finds out. He's helped balance her out, (and she, him)even when they disagreed but I wonder if this will create a division or be the final solution to getting Clarke truly on level as a leader with a code that she won't break on regardless of the situation.
I swear to god.. The outpouring of disgust over the reveal ofthe relationship between Flint and Thomas is just utterly disappointing.. Thatwas a fantastic episode.. this season has been fantastic.. TheFlint/Thomas/Miranda flashbacks have been fantastic.. I admit I was under theimpression Flint killed Thomas after what Billy Bones unearthed in season 1..Guess I missed something.. But for all these people who can sit here and act asif "the whole episode is ruined" or "that just ended it forme." I mean.. seriously? you're that sensitive? it appalls you that much?you let great writing and a great season go down the drain because yourfavorite man Captain Flint loved a man one time? It's just sad how closedminded our population still is in 2015.. It's just that this season has been sogood.. Do I think that Flint loving Thomas is the best secret to be reveled?not at all.. Did I find it surprising? of course.. I always thought he lovedMiranda.. But this explains his relationship with her in Nassau so, so well..He's been cold with her..ever since season 1.. like he resents her but stillfeels obligated to her.. that resentment stemming from the guilt he feels forleaving behind a man he loved.. it makes perfect sense.. and I'm veryinterested to see the difference in Flint from here on out.. He will survivethe fight with Vane.. I'm almost thinking they'll end up working together toget the gold.. very excited to see how this season plays out into season 3..And to see the comment section filled with people who only want to talk abouthow the "gay thing ruined everything for them." .. is just sad andpathetic.
Ya, it appalls me that much. The series started out with much potential and real suspense. But the character development has been very slow, the characters without redeeming qualities, and after a full season the life experiences and inner motivations are still a matter of conjecture...other than 4 of the 7 major characters are gay. Max is a hard core lesbian who resents Eleanor and seduces Anne for no apparent reason other than she can; Anne falls for Max for no apparent reason other than she gives good head; Elanore has identity issues (she's not a boy) and uncertain sexuality; Flint a stone faced gay full of rage, and a near psychopath; and the mysterious Billy is waiting to come out of the closet. At this point, John Silver and Rackam are at least characters with simple (and clear) non-sexual motivations, and Charles Vane looks like a hetro saint compared to the rest of this cast. The only redemption could be if Vane kills all the LGBT characters, and the rainbow pirates love fest is relegated to costume party's in bath houses.
What is ailing Flint with the whole Thomas/Miranda thing makes more sense than ever now.. and Max can do anything she wants to anyone she wants at any time.. that's why she's indispensable to whomever can contract her services.. It's not the shows fault that you're so uncomfortable with LGBT characters.. it's your own dumb fault. Along with about 70% of the population in this country who are too caught up in their own beliefs that even seeing something different makes them hate everything involved with it. It's really pretty childish.. Flint and Miranda wouldn't work.. because he would still have his love.. And I don't know why you're acting like so many characters are gay on the show.. Eleanor and Max.. Max and Anne.. Flint and Thomas in the flashbacks.. that's it.. get over it.
You wouldn't happen to be gay, would you?
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