I'm 27 and I fecking loved this show! I enjoyed seeing Milt and Russ' relationship develop and watching the mystery that was Milt unfold. First Perception, then Backstrom, also an interesting series, and now this. I just can't believe that all these awesome shows were cancelled, Forever was also worth a watch and that's gone too... Its just been the season of cancellations this year. I'm always waiting for the next axe to drop on a new and wonderful series... Well here's to Battle Creek, you were a bright star in a dark sea of unrealistic reality tv shows and puerile celebrity shenanigans. You'll be missed...
I'm 64 and I agree totally with you on Battle Creek, Backstrom, Forever and Perception. All great shows...Forever had good ratings...just not in the preferred demographic!
Its a bloody shame...
I like this show !
Duh... I meant Juliette.
Maybe they will bring Adalind back like they did Renard?
Adalind only has her hexenbeast powers surpressed. She can unsurpress them. Since she is pregnant I wonder how that will effect her baby?
This is a great news , I love this show
Mr Scratch was the best episode this season for me, I feel this season has been a bit light on Dr Reid hope they change that next season.
Let's be honest Worst twist: Castle couldn't make it to his wedding because he was saving the world.
I thought it was an excellent finale, but I'm wondering who are the dogs of war likely to be let loose next season. Just going by the Shakespeare quote, or probably the Star Trek quote of the Shakespeare quote, since I don't think we actually covered that particular play in high school.
I was disappointed with how the season finale ended, yet sort of relieved at the same time. I have a love/hate relationship with cliffhangers, we all do I'm sure. While a few things were left in the air, mostly everything was kept together and wrapped up quite nicely. When the show premieres in fall - I won't be racing to my DVR to watch the episode. I love the chemistry between Henry and Bess, and I am interested in seeing where the relationship with Harrison and Stevie goes, and of course Henry's new job which was barely explored in the last few episodes. The first season storyline was mostly based around the treaty with Iran, the coo, and vincent marshes death. I believe the second storyline will become getting the president re-elected... so that probably will mean the real villains will be the ones on home ground vs. international ground..trying to discredit the POTUS and our Madam Secretary. I think out of all the episodes I enjoyed was the episode where Bess went to Iran and got blown up and there was all the panic back at home. I love scenes of distress for family members. I weird that way, I hope they have some good plots cooking up for next season, and they add in a few cliffhangers that really leave us hanging and wanting more.
I agree with everything from the review except the parts for Reek/Theon. You maybe forget he was tortured and brainwashed for a very long period of time, he is so broken that there is no way one "You are Theon Greyjoy" will fix that, there is now way and I way rolling my eyes when I thought they are doing that, but afterward his betrayal was very more believable. Ramsey has made sure that he tells him everything and Sansa should have known that. Maybe now she will use it as deceit and she will slip wrong information to Theon to use him. I hope she is that smart and not just depressed and desperate at the moment.
The people who don't seem to get all that are largely the same people who thought season 3 got excessive with the torture of Theon... ironically.
Yes, this. I had no doubt that Reek would buckle when I saw Jerkoff Ramsay sitting there. A quick review: penis cut off, hands and feet continually (as in, over and over again!!) flayed, fed with dogs, slept with dogs, starved for food, then given affection in sick ways, I mean God, the list goes ON! And there was even MORE in the books. He was a fully, broken soul. The tears were a good sign because it showed part of Theon still in there, but damn is it buried in poor, broken Reek. The best hope he has for redemption with her is letting her know that Bran and Rickon are still alive and escaped. Then she might trust him a little (despite the rest of what happened). I have faith he'll come around, but if it were too easy, it wouldn't be believable at all.
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