One of the best ive seen in the while, I actually cringed at certain details while watching it, like charlies bow for instance
I alos believe like you all here. THe writers do noy have faith and trust in the other characters or in their audience so they can grow and develop their characters. Im starting to believe that for the writers only Stephen Amell is important as the actor of the show and the character he is portraying, which is not correct. God Forbid if other supporting actors wont like this and could resigned later in the season cause not the EP or the writers have faith in them.This was a big mistake and for the future maybe viewers wont have faith in what the writers will tell us anymore, we wont buy the same c*R*A P anymore
Great episode. So glad they got Monroe. Now, Nick's girlfriend is a hexenbiest. Will it just come out like it did Friday? The look on Renard's face was priceless.
I agree, I sort of wish they could have left out the flashbacks and maybe only had the Maseo walking up to Oliver (where we only all had reasonably guessed) and then the very last scene to just play it up, but I think it was sort of a two fold thing. One, I don't know that there is a lot of the Hong Kong story to tell, I almost feel like Maseo and Tatsu were always meant to be more important currently, but they needed a little history there for the audience so have been weirdly sparse or too much with it. Second, I think they really liked the device they used in the Climb of just those random shots of Oliver climbing. They may have been too much here. I disagree with your take on Felicity's reaction, she was, and to a certain extent still is, in denial. She is lashing out at the wrong people and projecting. Its totally a normal reaction.
I think Margaux should know what Victoria did to Emily/Amanda when she was a little girl. She should also know she sent Emily up to be killed, but her son got killed instead.
I do not particularly like Miss Bunting. She seems bent on throwing mud in the family's face. Whatever is said, she manages to stick a pin in it. Just like Lord Grantham is an aristocrat and has aristocratic ways, she has them also and she is not an aristocrat. She seems to try to make Tom feel less than in the family. She needs not to come for dinner again.
Considering that Robert asked her not to return, that won't be a problem. Question is, we saw her tutoring Daisy once so will she keep doing that, or will Daisy have to go to her?
I like the show but I keep waiting for some kind of answer as to why these people came back. To me,Preacher James is a phony, holier Than though type. Why is that branch on his back. Also, why is that little boy so hard headed, they told him to stay in the house. No he runs outside and tells his grandmother everything.
I actually think Preacher James was right about Rachel's baby - the dead started to come back all over the world just after Rachel had the baby (just as Preacher James prophesized), and just imagine the chaos in the world (again as Preacher James prophesized) if everyone dating back to the origin of the human species were to come back ...as indeed appears to be the way things are headed? Yikes!
Daniel, Aiden, and now Ben, am I the only that thinks Emily just like men she doesn't have to look down to? :P
Resurrection is an okay show, with a really cool premise. For the following reasons however, I don't see it "returning" for a 3rd season. In real life, if the dead started to return in a little village like Arcadia, U.S.A., it would clearly be the biggest story on the news of all time, all the time - i.e., including a constant (and massive) media presence (example CNN) throughout the village. I never saw even one journalist covering the story in Arcadia at any time during either season 1 or 2, not even a single local reporter. I think that blatant missing "reality" (i.e., that the media was never anywhere to be seen) was just too much of a stretch for too many viewers to stay invested the show. My other thought is that the "returned from the dead" themselves were simply too sanitized, i.e., were not creepy enough to hold the interest of enough viewers beyond the first few season. The producers should have given the returned a more creepy edge - including in both their physical appeance and their actions. The deputy's deranged returned brother at least had a little creepy (read, "not quite right") edge to him. I think all of the returned should have had more of that "creepiness", including Bellamy and 10 year old Jacob.
Me, I am glad the returned were not too creepy, as I am getting tired of zombies chasing people all over the television.
...fair point, indeed I was not thinking full on "Walking Dead" creepy, just "something a little off about them" kind of creepy.
I hope that Clyde does not end up killing Victor. It could happen.
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