I really thought Happy was going to be mad about the doll house. Glad she wasn't. Still want to know who her friend is. Molina must have got her feels hurt since her assistant is taking over as the contact for Scorpion.
I was kinda miffed about it. He was trampling on her memory with her dad and I thought he's been pressuring her. I'm not 100% convinced he's right for her; that gambling problem is a big question mark for me. That's a quibble, I enjoyed the episode. Minor question: when Walter said he saved 9 lives by lying, what was the lie?
I hope we get to see more Peri Gilpin as the Homeland contact...
Well I thought that Sam's speech was nice but illogical. How do you find a cure for something when you don't know what that something is, you get infected and will be dead in a few hours and have no resources ie angel, MOL books, human subject forsenic expertise? The best part of the speech was the "you do what you do?" Final recognition that Dean will do everything to save someone, anyone, especially post MOC and Dean knowing that Sam was right to be willing to be bait so that Dean could do that. I hope that Dean didn't remember everything the Darkness told him right away. I do wish the secrets would stop, but I also recognize that Dean might be afraid to tell his brother or that the influence that the Darkness is having on him troubles him so much that he doesn't want to tell Sam because he's afraid what he'll do to stop her (Cures are sometimes worse than the disease). I think it's kind of silly that Sam got infected and it really shouldn't turn into something good; there's no reason for him to be immune or special anymore (demon blood is gone, grace is gone). So they better come up with a damn good way to cure him. I hope they also do something interesting with Cass; the angels capturing him was a good move but we've had the whole torture thing before. I was hoping for something better. I liked the Darkness as the sexy woman but I agree evil baby I don't care for and we've had evil children already too.
As for the kind of guest stars that would be AMAZING on the show, I would LOVE to see Thandie Newton, maybe as a new love interest for Lucious, Phylicia Rashad (I could see her as a therapist for Andre), and the legendary Janet Jackson as herself!!
I think it was Oliver's son that was in the grave. It would enough reason for Barry to come to Starling City to pay his respects. Oliver had no idea he had a son, so he's affected by it but not totally broken about it.
So far, this season on NCIS N.O., it seems more of a comedy show. The new gal..nope..do not like her one bit! Get the excitement of last years series. Boring!
First off, Nick Carter and always will be the only Backstreet Boy that matters.... Just wanted to point that out. Secondly, I'm glad this episode finally didn't focus on their captain issues. It was nice to see the focus on the rest of the main cast again. Plus, I just can't stand the Vulture. Moderation is necessary. I was also very glad to hear that Rosa and Marcus are still together. I've been wondering since the show premiered! Hopefully that means we'll get to see some more of Nick Cannon soon.... Charles and Jake always work really well together, but yes, this was one of their best episodes together. I'm not sure what everyone else thinks, but their best friendship has always seemed so unlikely to me, but that's why I enjoy it. And it was really sweet that Jake trusted Boyles and went all out for him. I really think Gina was the only one who was funny in that storyline. Holt just needs to be back at the nine nine NOW! I enjoyed the Rosa and Terry storyline. It's always fun to watch Rosa when she's angry, especially when it's over something as trivial as moose tracks ice cream! I do think we have been sadly lacking in a real storyline for Rosa, which is a waste. She needs to stop getting the "B" stories!
I will start off by saying I don't think it's that they're being gullible when it comes to King Arthur, rather than kind of idolizing. Charming told him how they're story is legendary, so I think they're just basing their opinions on the fairytale. The minute they showed Arthur watching Regina through the necklace he gave her was when it became clear that he's up to no good. The question mark thing with Regina was just a plot hole, I'm sure. It's hard to believe he would have that distinct of a question mark. They could have just had her write an actual note or something so it was a little more believable. After the scenes with Regina and Zelena, it does some like there may be some hope for her yet. But I'm not a fan of hers, so I don't really want her to stick around either. And that tends to be the predictable route, like we've all been waiting for it. I'd rather just have her have her baby and disappear. Or maybe she'll redeem herself and die from childbirth or something so she can at least on a high note. I'm still loving Regina and Robin together. I just don't know why he would think Regina would have an issue with him being excited about his baby. Of course he's going to be happy! I'm pretty sure she would expect this to happen. I'm just loving Regina in general this season. I love to watch her grow and work with Snow and Charming and see everyone learn to trust her more. The scenes with Emma and Hook just made me miss their relationship, I want to get back to that! I love them as a couple! It'll be interesting to see where the story with Rumple goes. Also, David's reaction to what's happening to Emma and feeling like he can't save her has been really emotional and really made his acting shine. We don't get a whole lot of the touching moments between Emma and her parents, and when we do, Snow is usually more the focus of that than Charming. So it was nice to see more of the bond he feels with Emma and wants to preserve. Overall, the season has been pretty great so far, and I'm loving the scenes in Camelot!
The way it was presented, to me it seemed like Dean was slowly starting to remember his conversation with the Darkness. So maybe this week they both come clean, the promo does have Sam saying he was infected, but we'll have to wait if he tells that to Dean or not.
That was my impression as well. Dean seemed very disoriented in the beginning. She saved me, from what? He didn't know. He looks like he is remembering little by little.I agree that Sam telling Dean wouldn't solve his problem only put Dean, the deputy and the baby at risk.
something grave happens to ruzek or burgess for dramas sakes
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