Great round table discussion. I'm still bummed and think it was a wrong move to kill off Lowell but it's done so can't change unless he some how comes back to live- after all it is about Zombies. I hope the writers do not put Liv and Major back together anytime soon- to me it's like Stefan and Elena- as a human Stefan was okay but now as a vampire - that was Damon all the way and I feel the same for Liv and Major- their lives are too different. I really like the whole Max Rager thing - especially if it is the reason that the zombie-ism started! Rager- zombie just go together like peanut butter and jam. Sebastian, that will be interesting - he was intense before he got bit- he will either be over the top or maybe he will be a warm fuzzy zombie- in any event loving this show- a little less with Lowell gone but glad that it got a seasn 2!
It was FAR from a crazy twist when one brother talked about the other needing to die. Every episode I've seen involving Cain (mainly watching due to my past "Psych" fandom for Omundson) included a mention of one Winchester needing to match the Cain-Abel events by killing the other. Also, I accidentally fell asleep before the end, but I knew from commercials Death would appear (thought maybe Grim Reaper from "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" would play it), & I love the idea of Death being dead... Maybe there's time before next season to pull a "Happy Endings"-like reversal, & cancel the show, but bring Charlie back for the rightful spinoff?!
This was the first season I didn't watch every episode of because it irritated me. The Cary arc went on far too long and I really hated the Alicia/political angle. I like this show centering on Alicia and the firm and some of Alicia's home life. Stretching it out and her out into these other things waters it down too much and there's enough of the nasty politics through the Peter stories without adding to it. Keep it on the firm.
Should the show be pulled definitely....canceled? Well since this latest issue, maybe they should publicly address this on the show, especially since one of the sons is a cop... if you are going to do reality television, then show the entire reality, not just the sugar coated stuff. If they choose not to address this issue, then by all means cancel the show, since you have to show the good as well as the bad if you are doing reality television. That is the reality of families large and small everywhere...
The second they had the flashback where Lasalle says he's going to marry her, I instantly knew she was dead. However, I was expecting her death to come in 5 seasons, not 5 minutes!
Though I really enjoyed some of the scenes in this finale I was disappointed by the finale. Especially since Jeremy Carver promised something that would change things but instead we got an argument about who's evil, Death dying (I don't believe that for a minute), Rowena getting what she wanted all along and some LOST black smoke monster. The whole thing left me scratching my head. Coodles to Jared and Jensen for some stellar acting (especially Jensen the whole scene with the missing girls father and with Death and Sam was top notch). Season ten has had some really great episodes, the best in a while, too bad it ended a little dumb.
I didn't remember Meisner. Thanks for the remind. So Agent Chavez doesn't know Nick is a Grimm? I wonder if Nick knows she is Wesen.
Just sitting here laughing at this review, if you can even call it that. Of course, Felicity knows how to use the suit - her brains, her ideas, her suit. And just because Felicity offered real emotions, don't discredit that as not being "good character development" because she wasn't "uplifting". She's her own character that is happy, sad, funny, angry - just like every other character. This feels like a "review" used to bash Felicity Smoak. Try again.
Try again you, Olicity brainless fan.
This happened in the past. He never admitted to rape. How many people out here have played " spin the bottle" or " truth or dare"? In teenage years people are curious. He admitted to touching. We do not know the whole complete story. This happened 12 years ago. It is possible he is a changed man. God forgives and we should forgive. Just remember we all have stuff in our lives that we did!!!
Of course teenagers are curious. But there is a big difference between consensual experimentation and indulging in sex acts with someone has not consented or isn't old enough to do so. That is reprehensible- as is the hypocrisy of concealing the behavior while spouting "family values."
Wow, what a season. The way they handle Derek's death by just moving on so quickly was upsetting, but I really thought was brilliant. It challenged the audience so much and made his absence really hit deeper to me. Even after all this time, this show still can blow me away with the innovative spins they take on the hospital drama format. Geena Davis was also amazing this season, the best I've ever seen her. The music continues to be a strong point of the show, not only do they introduce me to a lot of cool songs,but they always seem to find a song that just fits the scene perfectly. Loved being introduced to "Let the Light Come In' by Rose Cousins in this episode (when Meredith talks with Alex in the elevator, asking if he’s talked to Jo about her and the kids moving in.) I really liked how they played some covers of songs we've heard before on the show. Jonny P did a great job with John Legend's "Sun Comes Up" when they're all mingling at the part. I have heard "How To Save A Life" so much over the years, whether its this show or just on the radio that I went from loving it to kind of dreading the song, but I actually really liked the Nilu cover that plays Jo asks Alex to sell the house to Meredith and move into a loft with her.
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