I like Stefan and Elena they look excellent together
One item I saw on Variety is ABC might be OK with it since it's doing better than other shows in that timeslot since Revenge which was moved to Sundays...
I thought this episode was great; Hook and Rumple being justifiably nasty to each other given their history; Mickey Mouse showing up n the guise of the apprentice; The Snow Queen toying with Emma; The date (maybe my only criticism is that Snow is a little bit to happy; she can't really think that Hook is the best match for her daughter; David's reactions were funnier and fit better; it was also fun that Elsa was there), Lady and the Tramp in the restaraunt; the friendship between Henry and Regina IMO is really cool, similar to what Emma and Henry had in New York, a new dimension in their relationship; Anna outwitting the Dark One; i hope Anna and Elsa become regulars; and i really enjoyed the broomstick, IMO that moment embodied what this show is supposed to be about, characters from the Walt Disney universe mixing with each other, anything can happen and a lot of fun. There is some pressure on the writers now; all of thes story lines and mysteries really need to pay off regarding the sorcerer, who wrote the book; what is Rumple after; the Snow Queen's relationship to Emma; the Knave; all intriguing. I personally could not stand the Wicked Witch (turns green with envy, could they be any less creative) or the actress that played her (just way over the top IMO Peter Pan was so much more interesting) so I hope this all plays out better.
Elizabeth's husband tells his son he was in Desert Storm,"the first time we invaded Iraq".I recall that we did not go into Iraq at that time
I'm just gong to start of by saying that Jensen was phenomenal in last night's episode of Supernatural. I don't think that Dean is cured. When he was cured, I got this feeling that he really wasn't cured. I don't think we've seen the last of Demon Dean.
Tina Turner said "What's love got to do with it?" These are all power hungry and ambitious people who think they are above the law and the rules do not apply to them, They think so because they are supposedly working for the greater good to serve the people when in fact they are serving their own needs. One justification for Rowan's and Jake's actions is that if the files from B613 became public the government would collapse. Yeah, like the cover-up of the judge's drunken driving will do serious harm. More damaging secrets than these writers can dream up about the government have been revealed in real life and the government is still standing. Look at the history of the CIA and NSA and a number of presidencies. No the files of B613 are a pure fantasy. And they are used as a justification to make people like Rowan feel important. Knowing secrets is an aspect of having power. As far as love goes. It is interesting how easily Liv can jump into bed with Jake when she loves Fitz so much. I think in reality she loves power more than anything. Would she have become involved with Fitz if he was some obscure congressman that needed her help? I doubt it. Power is a powerful aphrodisiac and it is seeking power that drives these characters. And as we all know power corrupts.
I think Ryan looked the saddest while Lux was talking
McGee rule 70 too funny -
I was definitely glad to have Simmons back with the rest of the team, but I, too, expected more of her reunion with Fitz. Though I think both of them are just treading water lightly at this point. No matter how much he missed her, she did abandon him and I think seeing her in the flesh helps him remember that. And she's being cautious because of all he's been through. I'm sure we will see a much more involved conversation somewhere down the line. I loved Bobbi Morse. I was actually quite surprised when she turned out to be on Shield's side, but in the end, I'm glad she was! I can't wait for more humorous banter between her and Hunter. The emotional moments with Skye and Coulson were some of my favorites. It's always fun to watch their tender moments together. It's hard to say what angle her father is trying to play, but it seems there may not be any at all. He might just be full on crazy like Garrett and is now taking it out on Coulson, perhaps because he gets to be the father figure to Skye. I can't wait for next week to see Skye being all vulnerable with Ward. As exciting as that twist was last year, I'm still a huge Ward fan and root for his redemption. It has to be coming one way or another. It was also kind of entertaining to watch Raina in this predicament she's in, begging for Coulson's help after she's been against him this whole time. I can't wait to see what happens next!
Great episode. I am starting to get used to the new characters (somewhat) and it is great to see Simmons safely back in the fold. I am still a little concerned about all of the changes this season and I wonder if they are driving the lower ratings. A lot of viewers are used to seeing the original cast on the bus heading out on some new mission and the new locations and characters are no doubt taking some getting used to. I would like to see a little more emphasis on the original gang and to see their relationships move forward rather than the introduction of more new characters. Maybe that's just me m By the way, Simmons, May and Skye are three of the best looking ladies on television - and they are all together on one show!
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