Damon decision is really surprised me because he did not even considered that option when they were searching for the cure and not knowing that there was only one cure. The question is how he's going to be human again, because I do not think he's going to drain Elena from her blood after she drink the cure, I do not think he would risk her life, so my guess is he's going to get the cure from 1903 and he will bring with him the heretics and they will be the new bad guys in season 7. I'm really excited for the next episode to see what happen. Loved Enzo and Lily scenes and I 'm hoping that Enzo storyline finally get better, which by the way I found it odd that we knew Enzo as Damon's friend and since he became a regular on the show we have not see them together in one scene, right? What happen writers, WE WANT DENZO SCENES.
Ok, I actually was not a fan of this episode at all. I thought that the whole "Hangover" thing was a bit much, in all honesty. Maybe it's just me. I LOVE H50 and that's the only reason why I am still watching it. Yes, Danny was actually kinda sorta in this episode. Did he and Steve have that great chemistry that they normally would have in the past...not for one single bit. I did giggle at Steve's line about Gracie attending online college. I have two teens that are about to go off to college so I know the feeling. I'm just going to skip over the whole scavenger hunt to figure out Rachel's death and just say that it was prett obvious from the intro of the half brother, that he was actually the killer. Sorry writers, can you try to at least be a little more creative? It was practically a given! Now on to Jerry, Kono, and Chin! I LOVED their case of the week and even though it was rushed at the end it was still sooo much better than Steve and Grover's. Basically, Danny was in about two scenes for the investigation and then was at HQ. I'm happy that Chin and Kono are getting actual storyline and are solving cases. Of course it's near the end of the season so the stakes are much higher for ratings. I really did enjoy seeing Jerry get his medal. He finally is being recognized for what he does and God the huge compassionate, curious heart that he has! Yeah Jerry!!!! I actually tried very hard to not switch the channel in this episode and the main reason why I didn't was the pure fact that the little details will add up to the season finale and I really didn't want to miss anything. I have a huge feeling that the season finale will not end well for most of the H50 team. I basically see Adam being killed of for shot. Chin's BIL staging it all and some how this will all back fire into Chin and Komo, which I seriously do not want to see happen since their bond is so tight! They actually make me believe that they are actually related. That's how much chemistry and compassion that Kono and Chin have together. As for Danny, maybe the whole killing his brother will come back to bite him just one more time or he actually is leaving the series. That's the only way I can explain why Grover and Steve getting so buddy buddy and Danny distancing himself from the team even more and more each episode. He barely had any lines with Steve and even those sounded extremely forced. I even noticed in a couple of the scenes or let me be more precise, the only scenes where Danny, Grover, and Steve were together, Steve and Grover were standing apart from Danny. And most blatant sign that things have dramatically changed, no Steve and Danny bromance car rides! None at all! That's what we have come to love and sometimes hate about H50! I have googled and searched through everything to find out is Scott Caan is leaving the series or if the series is being canceled. Or, if there was any gossip at all in regards to the actors and what's going on and could find nothing at all! I have to hand it to the EPs they are sure keeping whatever is actually going on between the cast members very close to the vest. It's just frustrating since H50 is great for Hawaii and the people that they employ. The rest of the actors seem very happy with their characters and the only odd one out is Scott. I can't see H50 going on without him. He's a KEY cast member and you can certainly tell that his heart isn't in the series anymore and that really hurts us as viewers and I'm sure is really frustrating to the other cast members who actually enjoy their work. Who knows what will happen. Maybe Scott will get his act together and come back in full force for the next season, if he actually comes back. Fingers crossed for him coming back and wanting to be apart of the Series. He knew what he was signing up for when he took the role. The other cast members have certainly made the series work for them when they were doing other projects or having children. Grace had scenes all last year when she was "on the run" with Adam when she was actually having her baby. Alex was only gone for two episodes while recovering from his addiction and came back stronger than ever. These are just my opinions on tonight's episode and what's going on with the series. I'm sure that some might disagree and I accept that. It's just very frustrating to watch one of your favorite prime time series dramatically changing as you watch each episode. Sorry, but this episode was a complete bore and if it wasn't for Kono, Chin, and Jerry, it really would have been a complete flop. In my most humble opinions.
The reason Scott has been absent a lot is because he and his longtime girlfriend just had a baby and he was also finishing up filming for the Entourage movie. He was flying back and forth to LA a lot and the producers and CBS were kind enough to let him. The interview I watched, he said he is in Hawaii one week, then LA another, then Hawaii, then LA again, so he flies back and forth a lot to see his family and to keep filming. All the other cast members families live in Hawaii with them so they don't have to fly off anywhere to see them. Just thought I would let you know :) although I do agree that I hope he comes back full time next season and that he and Steve get a little bit more of their bond and chemistry back
For next season i hope they will show the other sons of Ragnar fighting for what would be the Danelaw in revenge for their father, killed by king Aelle in the snakepit we saw a glimpse of in season 2. The series takes some (many in fact) liberties with historical facts such as making two raids (845 successful and 885-886 unsuccessful) of Paris into one, count Odo was not even born in 845. But it sure makes for interesting viewing. If the next season will be about the Great Heathen army and the sons of Ragnar that was actually 20 years before the defence of Paris by Odo.
With this episode i can clearly say, Grimm is going down the drain. Too many diverting plot lines. They should have staying on the key plot line. This plot line with babies and Adelind is going off track way too fast.
Well, in the book (according to the wiki -- it's been a while since I read it) Jon doesn't kill Mance during his execution personally, but gives an order to the archers to do so -- so that's not such a big change. Plus, if they show a scene where Jon spars with Rattleshirt, you can be sure that... anything more would be spoiler.
"She did it because she thought Prince Viktor had the child!" But she thought that because Nick and the others took the child and made it seem like Viktor could have had it. It's not direct responsibility, but they still played a part in the chain of circumstances.
I have always thought they should have digitized the books so they would only need to take a flash drive out each time and don't have to keep going to the trailer, lets hope Wu has done this.
I didnt even watched it and Im not sure if I'll ever watch greys anatomy again... she went to far and I think also too greedy, she should have just finished the whole show, 11 seasons is more then almost any other show out there and it was definitely enough!! the new stories and characters are so forced, so not believable.. and the original characters had totally lost their essence and they dont know what else to tell about them... the whole season was boring and killing Derek is definitely a betrayal, and even cheap the way she did it with all his final speech quoting when they got back together in the house made of candles, trying to make people believe he didnt die... all totally forced, pushed too far... again.. cheap and terrible way of killing not only a character but a whole show
Don't you dare kill Jake,and Fitz and Olivia was not together a lot this season, that kind of love story( although illicit) is so really seen, I would love to see more, Sorry Mellie,we will get somebody else for you.
Wow at least 2 people dead in this one, with a chance of 4. I heard 2 shots, one for Linda and probably the other for Hector. When Linda was swapping out Hector's drip bag I knew something was up and Hector would be killed. Always having the witness murdered sends a scary message. My guess for which Reagan to be shot was Jamie. I thought it would be one of Frank's kids. I knew it wasn't going to be Danny since he will be busy next week searching for the suspect. Didn't think it would be Erin since she has already had her turn at being shot. So that left Jamie. I also was surprised it was Linda, but in hindsight should have seen it coming. They were setting the stage for it, with Linda, Curtis and his mom/fellow nurse of Linda being fairly prominent in this episode. I hope she makes it. Next week should be intense. Can't imagine there being a Blue Bloods without Frank being at the helm as commissioner.
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